"Folk-songs of America" the Robert Winslow Gordon collection, 1922-1932 / [edited by Neil V. Rosenberg and Debora G. Kodish]

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Subjects: Folk songs, English--United States
Ballads, English--United States
Songs, English--United States
African Americans--Music
Formats: Sound Recording, Vinyl
Material Type: Musical sound recording -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: Washington, D.C : Library of Congress, Recording Laboratory 1978
Series: Folk music of the United States
Folk music of the United States
Physical Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, microgroove, mono. ; 12 in
Additional Authors: Gordon, Robert Winslow
Rosenberg, Neil V
Kodish, Debora G., 1952-
Archive of Folk Song (U.S.)
Notes: LCCN: 78750669
Issue number: AFS L68Library of Congress Recording Laboratory
"Issued to commemorate the Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of the Archive of Folk Song."
Originally recorded on cylinders and discs, 1922-1932, by R. W. Gordon
A booklet providing a biography of Gordon by D. G. Kodish and annotations and texts by N. V. Rosenberg laid in container (29 p. illus.)
Contents: Haul the Wood Pile Down -- Roll the Old Chariot Along -- Old Ninety Seven -- The Old Gray Mare, Hesitation Blues, and Not A-Gonna Lay my Religion Down -- Brother Jonah -- Georgie -- Isaac Meddler, Mississippi Sawyer, and Sally Goodin -- Old Granny Hare -- Single Girl -- Prisoner's Song -- Let's go to Bury -- Deep Down in my Heart -- Jesus is my Only Friend -- Glory to God, My son's come home -- Ol' Man Satan/Drive Ol' Satan Away and Finger Ring -- Blow boys blow -- Blow boys blow and Haul Away -- The Wagon -- Milk White Steed and Mulberry Hill -- Yes Ma'am [Bed Time Quiz] and All God's Children got to Humble Down -- Robert W. Gordon Testing Equipment -- Casey Jones
OCLC Number: 4770873