No Time To Tarry Here (Music)
Sun Sep 4th 2011 2.00pm–4.00pm
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Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “No Time to Tarry Here” from - (private tape)Buy it!
Fly River Singers, Kiwai Island Papua “Lugger Song” from Secret Museum of Mankind Vol. 3: Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48 (Yazoo)Buy it!
Unknown artist [Jordan] “Coffee-grinding Beats” from Music on the Desert Road (Angel)Buy it!
Noble B. Brown “Blow the Man Down” from American Sea Songs & Shanties (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com) —rec. 1946Buy it!
Henry Truvillion “Unloading Rails” from Negro Work Songs and Calls (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com) —rec. 1940, TXBuy it!
Paul Robeson “Water Boy” from Folk Song America, v. 1 (Smithsonian)Buy it!
Bill Bonyun “Drill Ye Tarriers” from Who Built America: American History Through Its Folksongs (Folkways www.folkways.si.edu 1950)Buy it!
The Tarriers “Banana Boat Song” from - (Disc 78, n.d.)Buy it!
Ed McCurdy “Squid Jiggin' Ground” from Ed McCurdy Sings Folksongs of the Sea (Tiara)Buy it!
Glenn Ohrlin “Jake and Rony” from - (private tape)Buy it!
Tom Cook “When the Work's All Done This Fall” from - (Madison 78, 1930)Buy it!
Margaret Christl & Ian Robb “Jack the Cowboy” from The Barley Grain For Me (Folk-Legacy)Buy it!
Mississippi John Hurt “Cow Hooking Blues No. 2” from Worried Blues 1963 (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com 1991)Buy it!
The New Mules “Shoe Cobbler” from Pride of America (Pick Away Press www.newmules.com 2011)Buy it!
Carolina Tar Heels “Peg And Awl” from Anthology Of American Folk Music Volume 1 (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)Buy it!
Annie Nicholson & group “Tha Mulad Tha Mulad [There is Sorrow]” from The Alan Lomax Collection Sampler (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com) —rec. 1953, scotlandBuy it!
TCI Section Crew “Track Linin'” from What's the Use of Walking (If There's a Freight Train Going Your Way?) (Charles H. Kerr Press) —orig. paramount 78, 1927Buy it!
Harry "Mac" McClintock “Jerry, Go Ile That Car” from The Railroad in Folksong (RCA Victor) —orig. victor 78, 1928Buy it!
Singers from St. Patrick's, Grenada “Roll, Roll, Roll and Go” from The Alan Lomax Collection Sampler (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com) —rec. 1962Buy it!
Coro dei Carrianni Romagnoli “A Mezzonotte in Punto [Song of the Scarriolanti]” from Italian Treasury: Emilia-Romagna (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Unknown singer “Sento le Rane Che Cantano [I Hear the Frogs Singing]” from Italian Treasury: Emilia-Romagna (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Giuseppe Bova & Vincenzo Puntillo “Swordfishermen's Calls” from Italian Treasury: Calabria (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Unidentified singers “C'Avanti c'e nu Hiaveru D'ammuscatu [Olive-Gathering Song]” from Italian Treasury: Calabria (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Rocco Cannovino et al “U Leva Leva [Tuna Fishing Chantey]” from Italian Treasury: Calabria (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Unidentified singers [vic. Salerno] “Olive Pressing Song” from Italian Treasury: Folk Music and Song of Italy (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Ewan MacColl and A.L. Lloyd “Paddy West” from Blow Boys Blow (Tradition 1996)Buy it!
Enoch Kent “Off To Sea Once More” from Take a Trip With Me (BOREALIS 2010)Buy it!
Carter Family “Coal Miner's Blues” from Country Music Hall of Fame Series: The Carter Family (MCA)Buy it!
William March & Richard Lawson “That Little Lump of Coal” from Songs and Ballads of the Bituminous Miners (Rounder www.rounderrecords.com)Buy it!
Hedy West “Shut Up in the Mines at Coal Creek” from Ballads and Songs from the Appalachians (Fellside www.fellside.com 2011)Buy it!
A. L. Lloyd “Click Go The Shears” from Ten Thousand Miles Away (Fellside www.fellside.com)Buy it!
Conan Family “Song of the Reapers” from Songs & Dances of Brittany (Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)Buy it!
John Kirkpatrick “The Jolly Ploughboys” from Jump at the Sun (Trailer 1972)Buy it!
Jean-Toussaint Rocchi “Tribblera [Threshing Song]” from Columbia World Library of Folk and Primitive Music - France (Columbia) —corsica]Buy it!
Studs Terkel “Lumberjack's Prayer” from Folksongs of Illinois #4: Chicago After 1945 (Company of Folk www.companyfolk.org)Buy it!
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