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GUEST,Joseph Scott 13 Jun 15 - 02:54 PM
Mark Clark 13 Jun 15 - 07:15 PM
GUEST,Hootenanny 14 Jun 15 - 05:13 AM
GUEST,Joseph Scott 15 Jun 15 - 01:12 PM
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Subject: Rev. Gary Davis 1952 CD
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 13 Jun 15 - 02:54 PM

http://fieldrecorder.org/product/reverend-gary-davis/


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Subject: RE: Rev. Gary Davis 1952 CD
From: Mark Clark
Date: 13 Jun 15 - 07:15 PM

http://fieldrecorder.org/product/reverend-gary-davis/

Wow! Thanks, Joseph. I didn't know about these recordings. Actually, I didn't even know about The Field Recorders' Collective. This should be a great resource.

      - Mark


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Subject: RE: Rev. Gary Davis 1952 CD
From: GUEST,Hootenanny
Date: 14 Jun 15 - 05:13 AM

The Field Recorders' Collective is an amazing source of material for anyone with an interest in tradtional American music and deserving of everyone's support. It is run by enthusiastic musicians and any profit goes to the families of the performers on the discs. They have some really important material. Please take a look at their web site, you will be amazed.

While on the subject of Gary Davis a new book has just been published "Say No To the Devil" The life and musical genius o Gary Davis. It's by Ian Zack and published by the University of Chicago Press and it is reasonably priced too. I have just received my copy so can't comment on the content but it looks very promising.


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Subject: RE: Rev. Gary Davis 1952 CD
From: GUEST,Joseph Scott
Date: 15 Jun 15 - 01:12 PM

"The Field Recorders' Collective is an amazing source of material for anyone with an interest in tradtional American music and deserving of everyone's support."

Two I definitely recommend are the P.T. [Peter Tumlinson] Bell, Texas fiddler born about 1869:

Indian war hoop (2:17) --
Ladies fancy (2:34) --
Snowbird in the ashbank (2:13) --
The Campbells are coming (2:15) --
Devil shearing the hog (2:01) --
Widow Hays (1:58) --
Haste to the wedding (2:08) --
John Lee shot 'em (2:22) --
Evening star waltz (2:14) --
Duck creek (1:55) --
Mike Ashley Schottische (2:06) --
Natchez under the hill (2:32) --
Fisher's hornpipe (2:23) --
Killie 'ma crankey (2:19) --
Four roses waltz (2:09) --
Shake spear (2:17) --
Morg Williams cotillion (4:44) --
Sugar in the coffee (2:19) --
Andrew Coon waltz (2:11) --
Sixty days in Georgia (1:58) --
Cotillion (1:52) --
Big taters in the sandy land (2:06) --
Abner Rymaus cotillion (2:34) --
Mace Bell's Civil War march (2:51) --
Jeff Davis (2:12) --
Dusty Miller (1:44) --
Seamus O'Bryan's waltz (2:20) --
Old time Schottische (1:57) --
Leon Alcartez polka (2:23) --
Old time waltz (2:30) --
Cacklin hen (2:07).

and the Bill Cornett, Kentucky banjoist born in 1890:

1 Born In Old Kentucky        3:05
2 Fair And Tender Ladies        2:38
3 My Dearest Dear        3:33
4 Dying Soldier Boy        4:54
5 My Flowers, My Companion And Me        1:31
6 Look Up And Down That Lonesome Road        2:52
7 Cumberland Gap        2:16
8 Cripple Creek        1:56
9 Ain't Gonna Work Tomorrow        2:28
10 Hustling Gamblers        2:18
11 Roll On John        2:47
12 Drummer Boy        2:59
13 Wild Bill Jones        3:44
14 Barbara Allen        6:03
15 The Rambling Boy        4:25
16 Banjo Bill Talks        1:13
17 I Can't Stay Here By Myself        2:57
18 Dying Cowboy        3:29
19 Rambling For Pleasure        4:10
20 Wreck Of The Old 97        2:08
21 Love Henry        4:05
22 Sourwood Mountain        1:27


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