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No Time To Tarry Here (Music)
With Pablo Meshugi
Sun Sep 30th 2012 2.00pm–4.00pm
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Time zone: central
Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “No Time to Tarry Here” from - (private tape)
Coley Jones “Drunkard's Special” from Anthology of American Folk Music (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)
A. L. Lloyd “Shickered As He Could Be” from First Person (Topic 1966)
Maddox Bros. & Rose “Whoa Sailor” from America's Most Colorful Hillbilly Band, Vol. 1 (Arhoolie-Folklyric)
Mississippi John Hurt “Stack O Lee Blues” from 1928 Sessions (Columbia Legacy 2005)
Mississipi John Hurt “Frankie” from Anthology of American Folk Music (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)
Lead Belly “Gallis Pole” from Classic African-American Ballads (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu) —a version of 'the maid freed from the gallows'
Clarence Ashley “The House Carpenter” from Anthology of American Folk Music (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)
The Bothy Band “The Death of Queen Jane” from The Best of the Bothy Band (Green Linnet 2008)
Roots Quartet “The Banks Of Green Willow” from Somerset Sisters (Roots Quartet dangermedia.com/rootsquartet 2000)
Doug Wallin “The Murder of Col. Sharp” from Far in the Mountains, v. 3 (Musical Traditions www.mustrad.org.uk/records.htm)
Phil Cooper & Margaret Nelson “The Death of Young Andrew” from Across the Water (Porcupine)
Hedy West “The Brown Girl” from Volume 1 (Vanguard)
New Lost City Rambers “Black Jack Daisy” from Vol. II: Out Standing In Their Field (Smithsonian/Folkways www.folkways.si.edu)
Norman & Nancy Blake “Little Matty Groves” from Just Gimme Somethin' I'm Used To (Shanachie)
Bob Dylan “Tin Angel” from Tempest (Columbia 2012) N
Frankie Armstrong “The Crafty Maid's Policy” from Lovely On the Water (Topic 1972)
Karen Mal “Matt Hyland” from Dark-Eyed Sailor (Waterbug 2003)
Maddy Prior & June Tabor “Geordie” from Silly Sisters (Chrysalis 2006)
Cas Wallin “Pretty Fair Miss” from Far in the Mountains, v. 4 (Musical Traditions www.mustrad.org.uk/records.htm)
A. L. Lloyd “Tamlyn (Young Tambling)” from Classic A. L. Lloyd (Fellside www.fellside.com)
Nic Jones “Isle of France” from The Noah's Ark Trap (Shanachie)
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