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Title 200 years of American heritage in song
Pub Info Los Angeles, CA : CHM Records, p1998.
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book jacket
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Descript 4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (46 p. : ill; 28 cm.)
performed music prm rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audiodisc sd rdacarrier
Note Compact disc.
Contents Disc 1. The British heritage : Barbara Allen -- Mr. Froggie went a-courtin' -- I'll give my love an apple -- The Wexford girl -- Billy boy -- Bury me beneath the willow -- Gypsy davy -- Greensleeves -- The Building of America : The sow took the measles -- The rich lady over the sea -- The fate of John Burgoyne -- Lord Cornwallis -- Johnny has gone for a soldier -- Blow the man down -- The golden vanity -- The eighth of January -- Green grow the lilacs -- Sweet Betsy from Pike -- Westward migration : Shenandoah -- The fools of forty-nine -- Across the western ocean -- Bile 'em cabbage down --Disc 2. Westward migration/Early Black songs/Civil War (cont.) : Boll weevil -- This train -- Steal away -- Dixie -- Lorena -- Yellow rose of Texas -- John Brown's body -- Civil War/The cowboy : Just before the battle, mother -- I can whip the scoundrel -- Maryland, my Maryland -- The girl I left behind me -- The Bonnie blue flag -- All quiet along the Potomac -- Goober peas -- Little Joe the wrangler -- Git along little doggies -- The old Chisholm trail -- Abliene -- Buffalo gals -- Badmen/Mountain ballads & dances : Rye whiskey -- The stress of Laredo -- Jesse James -- Fire on the mountain -- I am a pilrim -- Cotton-eyed Joe -- The banks of the Ohio -- Wildwood flower -- Disc 3. Badman/Mountain ballads & dances (cont.) Little Maggie -- Devil's dream -- Will the circle be unbroken -- Railroads/Coal mines : Orange blossom special -- Wreck of the old 97 -- Nine pound hammer -- Drill, yes terriers -- Wabash cannonball -- Dark as a dungeon -- John Henry -- Just a closer walk with thee -- Turn of the century/Early hillbilly records : Trouble in mind -- Are you from Dixie? -- Molly Darling -- The house of the rising sun -- Cannonball blues -- Ragtime Annie -- The prisoner's song -- Don't make me go to bed and I'll be good -- Guitar rag -- Lovesick blues -- The Great Depression : Freight train blues -- Wanderin' -- Disc 4. The Great Depression (cont.) : Waiting for a train -- Big rock candy mountain -- In the jailhouse now -- Jimmie Brown the newsboy -- Are you lonesome tonite -- Conversation with a mule -- Back up and push -- World War II/The golden years : There's a star spangled banner waving somewhere -- Filipino baby -- Blue eyes crying in the rain -- San Antonio Rose -- Blue moon of Kentucky -- Oklahoma Hills -- Guitar boogie -- Slipping around -- Tennessee waltz -- Jolie blonde -- The milestone songs : Truck driving man -- It wasn't God who made honky tonk angels -- Folsom Prison blues -- Tom Dooley -- Detroit City -- Blowing in the wind -- Green, green grass of home -- okie from Muskogee -- Dueling banjos.
Performer Performed and sung by The Great American String Band; the Jones Brothers and the Log Cabin Boys.
Subject Folk songs, English -- United States.
Popular music -- United States.
Genre Country music.
Add Author Ange, Don. Performer.
Smith, Arthur, 1921-2014. Performer.
Great American String Band.
Jones Brothers. Performer.
Log Cabin Boys. Performer.
Alt Title Two hundred years of American heritage in song
Stndrd # 27297178724
Music # CD-1787 CMH Records
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