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Interprete:
Carl Sandburg
Album:
Sings His American Songbag
Stile:
Vocal
Rilasciato:
1960
Paese:
US
Etichetta:
Caedmon Records
Catalogo:
TC 2025
Dimensione FLAC:
1186 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1680 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2683 mb


Tracklist


1Portland County Jail
2Bring Me On My Supper, Boys
3Frankie And Johnny
4Money
5The Roving Gambler
6Satan's A Liah
7Get The Money
8I Catch-A Da Plenty Of Feesh
9I Could Not Find My Baby-O!
10The Son Of A Gambolier
11When The Work's All Done This Fall
12The Erie Canal
13When The Curtains Of Night Are Pulled Back
14Alaska Hahves' Moon
15El-A-Noy
16Jungle Mammy Song
17Blow The Man Down
18He Came From His Palace Grand; Bonny Eloise
19Bigerlow
20Abalone
21Down In The Valley
22Those Gambler's Blues
23The Hearse Song
24Coo-Coo (Peacock Song)
25I'm Sad And I'm Lonely
26Bird In A Cage
27Jerry, Go And 'Ile That Car
28The Ship That Never Returned
29Waillie, Waillie!
30When A Woman Blue
31One Morning In May
32Somebody
33Whisky Johnny
34Levee Moan
35C. C. Rider
36What Was Your Name In The States
37Go Get The Ax
38There's Many A Man Killed On The Railroad
39The Maid Freed From The Gallows
40Bolsum Brown
41Man Goin' Roun'
42The Horse Named Bill
43Won't It Be Wonderful After The War!
44Now, There Once Was A Young Girl
45If I Die A Railroad Man
46Yonder Comes The High Sheriff
47Sucking Cider Through A Straw
48If I Had Wings Like Nora's Dove
49De Blues Ain' Nothin'
50By'm Bye


Note


2 LP gatefold.


Album


Carl Sandburg Sings His American Songbag. pink floyd the endless river full album - Продолжительность: 53:03 Jake Aldrich Recommended for you. Marilyn Monroe Rare Collection - The Last Known Visit With . The American Songbag. Publication date. American Songbag is an anthology of American folksongs compiled by the poet Carl Sandburg and published by Harcourt, Brace and Company in 1927. It was enormously popular and was in print continuously for more than seventy years. According to the musicologist Judith Tick: As a populist poet, Sandburg bestowed a powerful dignity on what the 20s called the American scene in a book he called a ragbag of stripes and streaks of color from nearly all ends of the earth. rich with the diversity of. Listen free to Carl Sandburg Sings His American Songbag el-a-noy, What Was Your Name In. Do you have the artwork for this album. He lived Listen free to Carl Sandburg Sings His American Songbag el-a-noy, What Was Your Name In The States and more. 44 tracks . Do you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. He lived read more. Carl August Sandburg January 6, 1878 July 22, 1967 was an American poet, historian, novelist, balladeer, and folklorist. He was born in Galesburg, Illinois of Swedish parents. He lived in the midwest, primarily Chicago, and in 1945 read more. Carl Sandburg Sings Americana - Carl Sandburg. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Now, There Once Was A Young Girl. He Came From His Palace Grand Bonny Eloise. I Could Not Find My Baby-O A11. The Maid Freed From The Gallows. Man Goin' Roun'. Lyrichord's 1999 release The Great Carl Sandburg reissues much of the label's original Sandburg album, New Songs from the American Songbag, and has the distinction of being one of the few recordings made of the poettroubadour singing. Sandburg sings 17 of his favorite traditional folk songs, including Cigarettes Will Spoil Yer Life, Moanish Lady, Foggy Foggy Dew, and I Wish I Was a Little Bird. The mid-'50s era recordings of The Great Carl Sandburg showcase the earthy American spirit of the songs and the singer alike in a historic. He Came from His Palace Grand, Bonny Eloise. Carl Sandburg. Carl Sandburg Sings His American Songbag. I Could Not Find My Baby-O. The Man Freed from the Gallows. There's Many a Man Killed on the Railroad. Bolsum Brown. Jungle Mammy Song. The New American Songbag. Carl SANDBURG. 3 offers from . The new memoir. Hear what happened before anybody knew his name. Listen free. I just recently heard of the Songbag. ULAN Press, who ever they are produced this book. Published in 1927, populist poet Carl Sandburgs anthology of American folksongs was in print for over 70 years. It influenced generations of musicians and is a cornerstone in the foundation of American folk and tradition. Sandburg himself described it as a ragbag of stripes and streaks of color from nearly all ends of the earthrich with the diversity of the United States. Todays show pulls samples from the book featuring performances by Dan Zanes, Bob Dylan, The Weavers, The Blue Sky Boys, and David Rawlings. True Americana from the deeper wells of Americas music