Art of Field Recording: Volume I : 50 Years of Traditional American Music
Art of Field Recording: Volume I : 50 Years of Traditional American Music Documented by Art Rosenbaum
Art of Field Recording: Volume IThe sampler CD for this set was released in 2006 with the thought that the final result would be a five' disc set, but after spending a long time with Art pondering the vast quantity of material he has amassed over the years, we decided to extend the release into multiple box sets. Volume I was released in November 2007, and Volume II is planned for 2008. If all goes well, there will be a third and final installment in 2009.
Art of Field Recording Volume I is a four disc set with a 96 page book that contains essays and annotations by Art and over 100 illustrations and photographs by Art and his wife Margo. Art took a similar approach to Harry Smith in assembling the music: the discs are divided into Blues, Instrumental and Dance, Sacred, and a Survey disc that has a little bit of everything.
Disc 1 - Survey Satan, Your Kingdom Must Come Down - Reverend Willie Mae Eberhart & Sister Fleeta Mitchell Fred Adams - Ray Rhodes Billy in the Low Ground - Gordon Tanner & Smokey Joe Miller Frankie and Johnnie / Twenty Froggies Go to School - Margaret Kimmett Cup of Faith / Beaudoin Quadrille - Fidel Martin The Drowsy Sleeper - Mary Lomax Little Red Rooster - The Myers Sisters Tony Gave a Picnic - Ralph Sheckel Mama Whoopin' the Blues - Neal Patman Old John Henry Died on the Mountain - Henry Grady Terrell Going Down the Road Feeling Bad - Golden River Grass Hambone - The Phillips Wonders Darby's Ram - Bobby McMillon Darlin' Corey - Shorty Ralph Reynolds Carabina Treinta-Treinta (30-30 Rifle) - Epifanio Sanchez and Group I'm Dying, Mother - Bert Hare Eternal Day - Sacred Harp Singing Group Tom Watson Tune - Mabel Cawthorn A Melancholy Sound - Arthur Vandeveer What You Gonna Name that Pretty Baby? - Laethe Eller Who Killed Poor Robin? - Ollie Gilbert Free Go Lily - Brady Doc and Lucy Barnes Brickyard Joe - John W. Summers Lord Randolph - Mary Heekin Fly Around My Blue-Eyed Gal - Lawrence Eller & Vaughn Eller Irish Washerwoman - Old Threshers' Fife and Drum Band Lord Daniel - Mary Lomax Song of Fifty Cents - Jack Bean One Saturday Night When I Come Home - Dr. David Rosenbaum
Disc 2 - Religious Don't You Let Nobody Turn You 'Round - Silver Light Gospel Singers Medley - Rev. Howard Finster Assurance - Sacred Harp Singing Group In the Silence of the Midnight - Bonnie Loggins & Mary Lomax Let Me Fly - Lucy Barnes & Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell Over Yonder Where Jesus Is - Leona Ruth Guide Me, Thou Great Jehovah - Rev. Willie Gresham and Group Teach Me, Master - Brady Doc and Lucy Barnes and the Gilmore Family Lonesome Valley - Lawrence Eller, Vaughn Eller and Ross Brown Walk with Me - Brady Doc Barnes and Lucy Barnes Jubilee - Lawrence McKiver and the McIntosh County Shouters Wade the Water to My Knees - Lucille Holloway and Basers The Lord Is Risen - Deacon Tommy Tookes and Congregation Sit Down, Servant - Ida Craig I Am on the Battlefield for My Lord - Lucy Barnes & Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell Idumea - Richard & Elula Moss An Address to All - Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church Walking Along the Heavenly Road / I Am a Poor Pilgrim of Sorrow - The Phillips Wonders Lenox - Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church Scarlet Purple Robe - Georgia Jean Eversole Where the Soul of Man Never Dies - Newman Young & Smokey Joe Miller Blow, Gabriel - Nathan Palmer Do, Lord, Remember Me - Gospel Supremes My Number Will Be Changed - Macedonia Baptist Church & Naomi Bradford Hush and Listen - Rev. Willie Gresham and Macedonia Baptist Church
Disc 3 - Blues Georgia Bottleneck Blues - Cecil Barfield Carroll County Blues - Gordon Tanner & Smokey Joe Miller Brooks' Blues - Brooks Berry & Scrapper Blackwell Key to the Highway - Bill Giles & Neal Patman Red River Blues - J.T. Adams Nobody's Business - George Childers Bowles' Blues - Eddie Bowles Got the Blues So Bad - Cliff Sheats Guitar Pete's Blues - Guitar Pete Franklin Peach Orchard Mama - James Yank Rachel & Shirley Griffith Big Leg Women - Guitar Pete Franklin & James Easley Leaving Here, Don't Know Where I'm Going - Art Rosenbaum & Joe K. Rakestraw The Mogul - Neal Patman Deep Ellum Blues - Buford Boyd & Willard Benson River Line Blues - Shirley Griffith Going Down the Road Feeling Bad - Jake Staggers I Cried All Night Long - Harvie Sims Maggie Campbell Blues - Shirley Griffith How Long Blues - Guitar Pete Franklin A Blues - Scrapper Blackwell
Disc 4 - Instrumental and Dance Lost Indian - Dallas Henderson Flat Foot Charlie - Ben Entrekin & James Patterson Down the Road - Lawrence Eller & Vaughn Eller Sally, Won't You Have Me, Do Gal Do - Clester Hounchell Fox Chase - Coy Martin Fox Chase - Neal Patman Medley - Gordon Tanner & Smokey Joe Miller Mandolin Stomp - James Yank Rachel and Shirley Griffith Omie Wise - Albert Hash Train 45 - Albert Hash & Art Rosenbaum Turkey in the Straw - George Childers Arkansas Traveler - Larry Riendeau & Louis Riendeau Fynne's Polka - Dwight "Red" Lamb Pigtown Fling - Newt Tolman Stony Point - Art Rosenbaum & John W. Summers Cowboy Waltz - Bill Ashley & Earl Murphy Walk, Little Julie - Clester Hounchell Five to My Five - Rev. Howard Finster Quit Kicking My Dog Around - Delbert Spray and Art Rosenbaum Yankee Doodle - Old Threshers' Fife and Drum Band Jig Medley - John W. Summers Big Foot Feller - Buell Kazee Don't Let Your Deal Go Down - Buford Boyd Shout, Lulu - Uncle John Patterson Shout, Lulu - Jake Staggers Shout, Lulu - W. Guy Bruce Sally Ann - W. Guy Bruce and Guy Bruce Jr. Arkansas Traveler - Gordon Tanner, Phil Tanner, Art Rosenbaum and Larry Nash Beaumont Rag - Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain Whistler's Waltz - Kirk Brandenberger and Art Rosenbaum Shady Grove - W. Guy Bruce Coal Creek March - Ross Brown Coal Creek March - Pete Steele Jenny Nettles - Harry "Pappy" Wells Fourteen Days in Georgia - Lyman Enloe and Bob Black She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain - Maude Thacker Audio Samples Billy in the Low Ground - Gordon Tanner & Smokey Joe Miller Mama Whoopin' the Blues - Neal Patman Don't You Let Nobody Turn You 'Round - Silver Light Gospel Singers Medley - Rev. Howard Finster Georgia Bottleneck Blues - Cecil Barfield Brooks' Blues - Brooks Berry & Scrapper Blackwell Lost Indian - Dallas Henderson Down the Road - Lawrence Eller & Vaughn Eller
Firesign Theatre - Dear Friends (1972)
This set is a distillation of the Firesign Theater's 21 hour-long weekly
radio programs conceived and produced live on the air at KPFK in Los
5 years ago
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