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Thomas Stern 05 Jun 18 - 01:44 PM
GUEST,Hootenanny 05 Jun 18 - 02:26 PM
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Subject: Dean Gitter
From: Thomas Stern
Date: 05 Jun 18 - 01:44 PM

Anyone remember DEAN GITTER???

He is mentioned on a number of threads relating
to songs from his 1957 GHOST BALLADS Riverside album.

Interesting article about him on WIKI
WIKI Dean Gitter

Now in his 80's, he has a couple of new albums:
Old Folkies Never Die
Carl Sandburg's American Songbag 2.0

a bunch of tracks on youtube.
Youtube - Dean Gitter

Nice to hear someone whose work I enjoyed nearly 60 years
ago still at it.

RIVERSIDE RLP12-636                               LP 1967
Ghost Ballads
Dean Gitter
liner Kenneth S. Goldstein
jacket illustration Charles Addams

A1 Anne Boleyn
A2 The Phantom Stagecoach
A3 Skin And Bones
A4 The Unquiet Grave
A5 Finnegan's Wake
A6 Sweet William's Ghost

B1 The Flying Dutchman
B2 The Suffolk Miracle
B3 Miss Bailey's Ghost
B4 The Reaper's Ghost
B5 The Lady Gay
B6 Lost Jimmie Whelan

Old Folkies Never Die       ???????????????
1. Ride Around Little Dogies
2. Cocaine Bill and Morphine Sue
3. Ann Boleyn
4. Days of '49
5. Love Alone
6. Another Man Done Gone
7. Tell 'Ol Bill
8. Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out
9. The Pride of Petravore
10. A medley of short but memorable songs
11. Barbery Allen
12. Two Cockney Cautionary Songs
13. Talkn' Nuthin' Blues
14. Sir Patrick Spens
15. The Derelict
16. The Pig and the Drunk
17. The Tick Tock Song
18. Venezuela
19. Ah, the Apple Trees

QUESTA xxxx   UPC: 888295565301               CD 2017
Carl Sandburg's American Songbag 2.0
Dean Gitter
Ute Mountain Gang
1 A Horse Named Bill 2:48
2 The Colorado Trail 4:19
3 Duncan And Brady 3:21
4 I Ride An Old Paint 3:21
5 Tell Ol' Bill 3:37
6 Go 'Way From My Window 2:17
7 Range Of The Buffalo 3:45
8 When We Gonna Marry? 3:10
9 Virginia Gals 3:04
10 Delia's Gone 4:37
11 Portland County Jail 2:01
12 Lonesome Traveller 4:42
13 No More Booze 2:08
14 Days Of '49 4:09
15 Times Are Gettin' Hard 3:22
16 Jesse James 4:48
17 The Frozen Logger 3:30
18 Kentucky Moonshiner 2:39
19 The Titanic 3:56
20 When I Lay This Body Down 3:00
21 Cocaine Bill And Morphine Sue 1:16

Accordion – Mike Stauffer
Banjo, Harmonica – Mark Boor
Bass – Charles Dillon
Bass Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Francis Donald
Cello, Mandolin – Mark Dudrow
Fiddle – Justin Dean (3)
Guitar, Vocals – Dean Gitter
Keyboards, Guitar, Kazoo, Vocals – Jonathan Hutchison
Percussion, Vocals – Tim Long (9)
Soprano Saxophone, Oboe, Flute, Clarinet, Tin Whistle [Pennywhistle], Recorder – Aaron Lewis (8)
Trombone, French Horn – Larry Bronisz
Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Jan McDonald
Vocals – The Ute Mountain Chorale
Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Deborah Hutchison, Lynn Gitter

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Subject: RE: Dean Gitter
From: GUEST,Hootenanny
Date: 05 Jun 18 - 02:26 PM

Yes, I remember Dean he was in London in the late 1950's and used to show up on Saturday nights at the Ballads and Blues Club as did Sandy and Caroline Paton, Rambling Jack Elliot, Ralph Rinzler, Guy Carawan, Winston and Mary Jane Young and a number of other visitors from across the pond.
Takes me back.

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