Jean Ritchie, Family And Friends – Kentucky Christmas Old And New. 레이블: Greenhays Recordings – GR717. Performer – Members Of The Ritchie Family Of Kentucky. Vocals – Kate Corrigan, Pamela Schall. Vocals, Dulcimer – Jean Ritchie. 모. Sleeve notes on the songs are printed on the inner sleeve.
A Christmas Carol - Jean Ritchie/Jonathan Packow/Peter Pickow/Tina Chancey/Scott Reiss/Mark Cudek. 13. Christ Church Bells - Jean Ritchie/Peter Pickow/Jonathan Pickow. 6 people found this helpful.
A key figure in the 1950s folk revival, Jean Ritchie is a one-woman treasure trove of near-forgotten American folk songs. Singing the Traditional Songs of Her Kentucky Mountain Family. Kentucky Mountain Songs.
Jean Ritchie (December 8, 1922 – June 1, 2015) was an American folk music singer, songwriter, and Appalachian dulcimer player. Her career formed a kind of bridge between the traditional and modern forms of folk music: in her youth she learned folksongs in the traditional way (orally, from her family and members of her community); and in adulthood she became a successful modern folksinger, promulgating songs in public through concerts and recordings. They were quiet, thoughtful folks, who went in for ballads, big families and educating their children. Jean's grandmother was a prime mover in the Old Regular Baptist Church, and all the traditional hymn tunes came from her. Jean's Uncle Jason was a lawyer, who remembers the big ballads like "Lord Barnard
Ritchie moved from Kentucky to New York City in the mid-'40s after attending col. .Jean Ritchie was born into a large and musical family in Viper, Kentucky in 1922. The Ritchie family was very much a part of the Appalachian folk tradition, and had committed over 300 songs (including hymns, traditional love songs, ballads, children's game songs, et. to its collective memory, a tradition that Ritchie drew on (as well as preserved and maintained) during her performing career. Her singing, although she never had a strong pop sort of voice, was perfect for the old ballads, especially when she accompanied herself on lap dulcimer, and the ancient modal melodies of her family felt fresh and airy in her hands. Ritchie soon found herself in demand in the New York coffeehouses, and her official career in music began.
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The band's debut album, Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow, was released in 1975. Rainbow was originally thought to be a one-off collaboration, but endured as an ongoing band project with a series of album releases and tours. Blackmore continued with Rainbow, and in 1979 the band released a new album titled Down To Earth, which featured R&B singer Graham Bonnet. The album marked the commercialisation of the band's sound, and contained Rainbow's first chart successes, as the single "Since You Been Gone" (a cover of the tune penned by Russ Ballard) became a smash hi.
Ritchie Family of Kentucky, Folkways FA 2316 (1959). Pickow, Jonathon Side Performer Appearance. Ritchie, Jean, High Hills & Mountains, Greenhays GR 701 (1979). Jean Ritchie at Home, Pacific Cascade LPL 7020 (1974). Ritchie, Jean, Kentucky Christmas, Old and New, Greenhays GR 717 (1987). Ritchie, Jean, Most Dulcimer, Greenhays GR 714 (1984). Ritchie, Jean & Sons, Mountain Born, Greenhays GR70 725 (1995). Friends of Old Time Music, SFW 40160 (Smi1).