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Thread #53003   Message #814292
Posted By: GUEST,Richie
30-Oct-02 - 08:03 AM
Thread Name: Origins of Lass From the Low Country
Subject: RE: Origins of Lass From the Low Country
Here's some recording info from Folk Music Index:

The Lass from/of the Low Countrie

Alevizos, Ted. Folksingers 'Round Harvard Square, Veritas, LP (1960), cut#B.08
Beers Family. Golden Skein, Biograph BLP-12054, LP (1972), cut# 11
Beers Family. Introducing the Beers Family, Columbia MS-6705, LP (196?), cut#B.04
Gooding, Cynthia. O Love Is Teasin', Elektra BLP-12051, LP (1985), cut#1.12
Gooding, Cynthia. Faithful Lovers and Other Phenomena, Elektra EKL-107, LP (195?), cut#A.02
Limeliters. Slightly Fabulous Limeliters, RCA (Victor) LPM-2393, LP (1961), cut#A.03
Mayhan, Judy. Folk Songs of Old Eire, Tradition TR 2075, LP (196?), cut# 7
Okun, Milt; and Ellen Stekert. Traditional American Love Songs, Riverside RLP 12-634, LP (1956), cut# 5
Wayfarers. Wayfarers, RCA (Victor) LPM 1213, LP (1956), cut#A.05