Folk song and minstrelsy [sound recording].

New York, N.Y. : Classics Record Library : Book-of-the-Month Club, [between 1962 and 1969?]
4 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm. ; 12 in.


Library of Congress genre(s)
  • Principally folk songs, some folk-style songs, gospel songs or spirituals, part-songs and rounds.
  • The folk songs principally with varying instrumental accompaniment, in some cases provided wholly or in part by the singer.
  • Program notes and texts (24 p. : ill.) laid in container.
Joan Baez, Bob Gibson, Cisco Houston, Ed McCurdy, Alan Mills, Odetta, Leon Bibb, Jimmy Driftwood, Ronnie Gilbert, Ewan NacColl, Tom Makem, John Jacob Niles, Pete Seeger, vocalists ; Deller Consort ; Weavers.
  • Sumer is icumen in
  • He that will an alehouse keep
  • Greensleeves
  • We be soldiers three
  • Come all ye fair and tender ladies
  • Squirrel
  • Cotton-eyed Joe
  • Darlin'
  • Poor Lolette
  • The Golden Vanity
  • Go from my window
  • Johnny is gone for a soldier
  • Spanish is a loving tongue
  • House of the Rising Sun
  • East Texas Red ; The sinking of the Reuben James / Woody Guthrie
  • Meet the Johnson boys
  • The wild goose grasses / John Allison
  • Aweigh, Santy Ano
  • Get along, little dogies
  • The Erie Canal
  • We're all dodgin'
  • The state of Arkansas
  • Greenland whale fisheries
  • Eddystone Light
  • I've been driving driving on Bald Mountain ; and Water boy
  • Saro Jane
  • God's a-gonna cut you down
  • John Riley
  • John Henry
  • All the pretty little horses
  • No more auction block for me
  • The foggy dew / words by the Reverend P. O'Neill
  • The fox
  • He's got the whole world in His hands
  • The ox driver
  • Another man done gone
  • I'm going back to the red clay country
  • Talking guitar blues / Cisco Houston
  • Danville girl
  • Old Dan Tucker
  • The buffalo skinners
  • The streets of Laredo
  • Hard travelin' ; Bonneville dam ; Do re mi / Woody Guthrie
  • The wreck of the Old 97
  • John Hardy
  • The bold fisherman
  • When cockle shells turn silver bells : O waly, waly
  • Frankie and Johnny
  • Lang a-growing
  • Virgin Mary had one Son
  • Wayfaring stranger
  • The hangman, or The maid freed from the gallows.
  • I know an old lady / Alan Mills
  • Johnny, I hardly knew ye
  • The whistling gypsy
  • The cobbler's song
  • Railroad Bill
  • The cat came back
  • East Virginia blues
  • Old Joe Clark
  • The unfortunate man.
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