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Lyr Req: Sara Cleveland Philo album - info. pleas

Jim Carroll 01 Feb 16 - 08:52 AM
Anglo 01 Feb 16 - 01:12 PM
Thomas Stern 01 Feb 16 - 07:15 PM
Jim Carroll 02 Feb 16 - 04:14 AM
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Subject: Lyr Req: Sara Cleveland Philo album - info. pleas
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 08:52 AM

In the process of digitising old vinyl albums to make them reusable I've just stumbled across the Sara Cleveland album issued by Philo (not the Folk Legacy one) without a sleeve (Ken Goldstein production?).
Can't find any info on it as it seems a fairly rare bird.
Can anybody tell me if it comes with a booklet or just sleeve notes so I don't have to tear the house down looking for it.
Any advice would be very much appreciated.
Jim Carroll


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Sara Cleveland Philo album - info. pleas
From: Anglo
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 01:12 PM

Jim, see my PM.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Sara Cleveland Philo album - info. pleas
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 01 Feb 16 - 07:15 PM

Anyone know if there are any performances on other
compilation albums, folk festivals ...??

Worldcat lists some rtr tapes of performance/lecture/interview
at Harvard, 1972.


Folk-Legacy CD 33                   LP 1968, CD 20xx
Sarah Cleveland - Ballads and Songs of the Upper Hudson Valley
Before the Daylight in the Mornin
Captain Webster
Come All You Maidens
Every Rose Grows Merry In Time
In Bonny Scotland
Maiden's Lament, The
Molly Bawn
My Bonnie Bon Boy
Queen Jane
To Wear a Green Willow


Philo 1020. p1975
Note Unacc. folk-songs and ballads
Program notes by K.S. Goldstein on container
Recorded in North Ferrisburg, Vt
Contents Utah Carl.--Great Milwaukee fire.--James Bird.--Georgia volunteer.--Mines of Irvingdale.--The woodman's alphabet.--Queenstown warning.--James McDonald.--The boy that lives here.--One and a few


New World Records NW 239       LP 1977
New World Records: 80239-2      CD 1995
Brave boys : New England traditions in folk music
Recorded in the field by Sandy Paton, 1959-1977
A frog he would a-wooing go (Gail Stoddard Storm) -- The farmer's curst wife (Lewis Lund) -- The two brothers (Ben Mandel) -- My man John (Gail Stoddard Storm) -- Ladies' Walpole reel (Newton F. Tolman and Kay Gilbert) -- Brave boys (Gale Huntington) -- Fair Fanny Moore (Sara Cleveland) -- The jam on Gerry's Rock (Lawrence Older) -- And now, old serpent, how do you feel? ; Who will bow and bend like a willow? (Mrs. Morris Austin) -- A medley of Scottish fiddle tunes (Harvey Tolman and Rose Tolman) -- The flowers of Edinburgh (Phil, Paul, and Sterl Van Arsdale) -- The good old state of Maine (James Brown) -- The Dreadnaught (Gale Huntington) -- Three men they went a-hunting (Sara Cleveland) -- Erin-go-bragh (Edward Kirby) -- Give an honest Irish lad a chance (Sara Cleveland) -- Knit stockings (Wilfred Guillette and Maurice Campbell) -- The Johnstown flood (Mack Moody) -- The good old days of Adam and Eve (Rosalie Shaw) -- I'll hit the road again, boys (Grant Rogers) -- Cherish the ladies (Brendan Mulvihill, Kevin Taylor and Seamus Logue)


Thomas.


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Subject: RE: Lyr Req: Sara Cleveland Philo album - info. pleas
From: Jim Carroll
Date: 02 Feb 16 - 04:14 AM

Lib of Cong. mentions a repertoire of well over a 100 songs - no idea how many of them are available commercially
Many many thanks Anglo
Never ceased to be surprisedd by the open-handedness of people on this forum
Off to pig out on films in Dublin for a few days.
Jim Carroll


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