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Joan O'Bryant - Folk Songs And Ballads Of Kansas album mp3

Performer: Joan O'Bryant
Title: Folk Songs And Ballads Of Kansas
Country: US
Released: 1957
Style: Folk
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 167
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SA2338 on cover but FA2338 on label. There is also a version on yellow vinyl. Contains an 8-page booklet with lyrics and descriptive notes. Matrix, Runout (Side A Stamped): FA2338 A.

A1 Girls Quit Your Rowdy Ways A2 The Butcher Boy A3 Common Bill A4 The Zebra Dun A5 Sweet William Died A6 Lord Batesman B1 Kansas Boys B2 Old Limpy B3 In Kansas B4 Molly Bann B5 Quantrill B6 Old Blue. Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Joan O'Bryant Recorded By – Lewis Gordon.

The term American folk music encompasses numerous music genres, variously known as traditional music, traditional folk music, contemporary folk music, or roots music. Many traditional songs have been sung within the same family or folk group for generations, and sometimes trace back to such origins as Great Britain, Europe, or Africa all the music that fits between the cracks.

Though there was hardly any written literature in England in the 15th century, folk poetry flourished in England and Scotland. Folk-songs were heard everywhere. Songs were made up for every occasion. There were harvest songs, mowing songs, spinning and weaving songs, etc. The best of folk poetry were the ballads. A ballad is a short narrative in verse with the refrain following each stanza. The refrain was always one and the same. Ballads were often accompanied by musical instruments and dancing. They became the most popular form of amusement. Some ballads could be performed by several people.

American Ballads & Folksongs. Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1958 16 Tracks. American Ballads & Folksongs is a English album released on Jan 1958. American Ballads & Folksongs Album has 16 songs sung by Joan O'Bryant. Listen to all songs in high quality & download American Ballads & Folksongs songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

Milner, Dan, Irish Ballads and Songs of the Sea, Folk Legacy CD 124 (1998). Music of Ed Reavy, Rounder 6008 (2001/1979). O'Brien, Bill Side Performer Appearance. O'Bryant, Alan Side Performer Appearance. Songs of Rogues, Rascals and Rapscallions, Sugar Hill Sug 3950 (2002). O'Bryant, Joan Appearance as principal performer. Butcher/Butcher's Boy, Folksongs and Ballads of Kansas, Folkways FA 2134, LP (1957), trk Common Bill, Folksongs and Ballads of Kansas, Folkways FA 2134, LP (1957), trk Common Bill, 124 Folk Songs as Sung and Recorded on Folkways Records, Robbins, fol (1965), p 30. Come Girls, Come (Kansas Boys), Folksongs and Ballads of Kansas, Folkways FA 2134, LP (1957), trk

Folk Songs and Ballads. Musical Concepts is pleased to announce the first release in one of the most ambitious early music reissue projects of all time - Alfred Deller: The Complete Vanguard Recordings. The series brings together every recording made by Alfred Deller - as solo countertenor, ensemble member of the Deller Consort, and conductor - for the legendary, enterprising Vanguard record label. These recordings created a sensation with their initial release, and have influenced and inspired three generations of music lovers, from casual listeners to the top tiers of performing artists and.

ROBYN HOOD The folk music of England is traditionally based music, which has existed since the later medieval period. It is often contrasted with courtly, classical and later commercial music. Singers such as Joan Baez and Pete Seeger included ballads like "Bonny Barbara Allan" and "Mary Hamilton" in their concert repertoires; composer-performers such as Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan wrote their own ballads. ROBYN HOOD Robin Hood is a heroic outlaw in English folklore who, according to legend, was a highly skilled archer and swordsman.

Tracklist

A1 Girls Quit Your Rowdy Ways
A2 The Butcher Boy
A3 Common Bill
A4 The Zebra Dun
A5 Sweet William Died
A6 Lord Batesman
B1 Kansas Boys
B2 Old Limpy
B3 In Kansas
B4 Molly Bann
B5 Quantrill
B6 Old Blue

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Joan O'Bryant
  • Recorded By – Lewis Gordon

Notes

Recorded in Wichita, KS.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
FA 2134 Joan O'Bryant Folk Songs And Ballads Of Kansas ‎(10", Album) Folkways Records FA 2134 US 1957
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