Various - Folk Song America: A 20th Century Revival - Volume Three album FLAC
Starting in the mid-20th century a new form of popular folk music evolved from traditional folk music.
Folk Song America (disc 2). 01 Banana Boat Song. 02 Johnny I Hardly Knew Yo. p3. 03 I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ag. 05 I Wonder When I'll Be Called A Ma. 09 Another Man Done Gone. 10 This Little Light Of Mine. 11 The Day Is Past And Gone. 12 Sweet Bye And By.
Volume II 01. Tarriers - Banana Boat Song 02. Martha Schlamme - Johnny I Hardly Knew You 03. Oscar Brand - I Was Born About Ten Thousand Years Ago 04. Harry Belafonte - Jamaica Farewell 05. Bill Broonzy - I Wonder When I'll Be Called a Man 06. Ed McCurdy - A Wanton Trick 07. Cynthia Gooding & Theodore Bikel - Coplas 08. Kossoy Sisters - Willie Moore 09. Odetta - Another Man Done Gone 10. Gateway Singers - This Little Light of Mine 11. Jean Ritchie - The Day Is Past and Gone 12.
The British folk revival incorporates a number of movements for the collection, preservation and performance of folk music in the United Kingdom and related territories and countries, which had origins as early as the 18th century. It is particularly associated with two movements, usually referred to as the first and second revivals, respectively in the late 19th to early 20th centuries and the mid-20th century.
Type: Album + Compilation.
Artist: Various Artists Title: Folk Song America: A 20th Century Revival Volume 1-4 Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Smithsonian Collection Genre: Folk, Blues Gospel Quality: 32. Volume II 01.
For the 20th-century style associated with a wide variety of subgenres, see Contemporary folk music. Folk Songs" and "Folksinger" redirect here. For other uses, see Folk Songs (disambiguation) and Folksinger (disambiguation). The post–World War II folk revival in America and in Britain started a new genre, contemporary folk music, and brought an additional meaning to the term "folk music": newly composed songs, fixed in form and by known authors, which imitated some form of traditional music. Many epic poems of various cultures were pieced together from shorter pieces of traditional narrative verse, which explains their episodic structure, repetitive elements, and their frequent in medias res plot developments. Other forms of traditional narrative verse relate the outcomes of battles or describe tragedies or natural disasters.
A huge archive of traditional, folk & old music - song-books with lyrics & chords, tune-books, sheet-music, scores, old songs, midi backing tracks, tabs, music lessons & theory, learn to play guides for various instruments, chord diagrams, scales and other music educational & academic reference materials. The traditional and folk music here is categorised into various sections such as: Bluegrass, Old-time(Oldtimey), Old Country music, Carter Family, Cowboy songs, Jazz, Blues, Christian music - Country Gospel, Worship, Old-time Hymns, Spirituals, Christmas Music, Celtic - Irish.
I think the song was so popular because there was a lot of different meanings for the song, Daddy Yankee said. People created their own meanings, and I said, ‘OK, I have no problem.
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|1||–The Limeliters||Lonesome Traveler|
|2||–A. L. Lloyd And Ewan MacColl||Santy Anna|
|3||–The Tokens||The Lion Sleeps Tonight|
|4||–Dave Van Ronk||Yas-Yas-Yas|
|5||–Jack Elliott*||Portland Town|
|6||–Lester Flatt And Earl Scruggs*||Salty Dog Blues|
|7||–Clancy Brothers*||Whiskey, You're The Devil|
|8||–Freedom Singers||We Shall Not Be Moved|
|9||–Peggy Seeger||The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face|
|10||–Mississippi John Hurt||Candy Man Blues|
|11||–Rooftop Singers*||Walk Right In|
|12||–Pete Seeger||Little Boxes|
|13||–Bob Dylan||Blowin' In The Wind|
|14||–John Koerner||Duncan And Brady|
|15||–Hedy West||Pans Of Biscuits|
|16||–Tom Rush||I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister|
|17||–Tom Paxton||Rambling Boy|
|18||–Doc Watson||St. James Hospital|
|19||–Kentucky Colonels*||I Am A Pilgrim|
|20||–Ian And Sylvia*||Captain Woodstock's Courtship|
|21||–Patrick Sky||Ballad Of Ira Hayes|
|22||–Richard And Mimi Fariña*||Pack Up Your Sorrows|
|23||–The Byrds||Mr. Tambourine Man|
|24||–Buffy Sainte-Marie||Now That The Buffalo's Gone|
|25||–Jim Kweskin And The Jug Band*||Jug Band Music|
|26||–Simon And Garfunkel*||Last Night I Had The Strangest Dream|
|27||–Phil Ochs||There But For Fortune|
- Mastered By [Mastering Engineer] – Steve Smolian
- Producer – Dennis Britton, Franck Rivaleau*, Margaret Robinson
NotesSides G, H and I of Folk Song America: A 20th Century Revival
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- Barcode: 033251040327
- Matrix / Runout: DIDP-073886 1