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Wally Macnow 'Live in Boston', 1997

GUEST 16 May 10 - 04:45 PM
GUEST,999 16 May 10 - 05:17 PM
Bill D 16 May 10 - 05:19 PM
GUEST,Wally Macnow 25 May 10 - 06:26 PM
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Subject: Wally Macnow 'Live in Boston', 1997
Date: 16 May 10 - 04:45 PM

The songs from "Live in Boston", a concert I did in 1997, are available for free download. The notes are at So is the link.

Special thanks to Suzanne Mrozak for giving me the original tape. I hope she's happy with the edit.

Much thanks also to my sources: Tony Barrand, Oscar Brand, Michael Cooney, Jeff Davis, Barry O'Neill, William Owens, Mike Rivers, Cecil Sharp, Roger Sprung, Andy Wallace, Dick Weissman and their sources.

The songs:

Dear Honey
Dink's Song
Hard Crackers
Heights of Alma
Man Comes To Our House
Mole in the Ground
Press Gang Sailor
Raleigh and Spencer
Roll On Buddy
Rolling Down The Bay to Julianna
Run Maggie Run
Seek and You Shall Find
The House Carpenter
The Longest Train
The Rich Irish Girl
The Sunny South
Uncle Joe
Working on the New Railroad


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Subject: RE: Wally Macnow 'Live in Boston', 1997
From: GUEST,999
Date: 16 May 10 - 05:17 PM

I hope to hear it om Monday. Wally. Congratulations.

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Subject: RE: Wally Macnow 'Live in Boston', 1997
From: Bill D
Date: 16 May 10 - 05:19 PM

Thanks again, Wally...

(a fond memory from 25+ years ago is hearing Wally sing "Fod" live. About the 3rd or 4th time, I had the timing down.)

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Subject: Seek and You Shall Find
From: GUEST,Wally Macnow
Date: 25 May 10 - 06:26 PM

This on May 25 from Andy Wallace

I sauntered down to the LOC with Norman Kennedy yesterday, and ,while there, looked up "seek and you shall find." As I suspected it;'s an old spiritual. First printed version was in Jubilee ande Plantation Songs, as sung by the Hampton Student Chorus, published by Ditson in 1887. ; There was a later "Cabin and Plantation Songs," published in 1901, and also Religeous Folk Songs of the Negro. So ti was obviously in the repertoire of the black college groups that popularized so many of these sorts of songs.

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