June 22, 2015

Festival Of American Folklife

Smithsonian Institution Vol.1-Stereo

Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1971 (?)
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: World
A1 The Old Man and The Old Woman: The Riendeau Family (1:35)
A2 Old Rattler: Grandpa Jones (1:36)
A3 Fisher's Hornpipe, Rickett's Hornpipe, Chicken Reel: Chet Parker (1:30)
A4 Tambor De Yuca: The Rodriguez Brothers (7:06)
A5 Long Distance Call: The Muddy Waters Blues Band (7:06)
A6 Sjaj Mjesece: Aliquippa Tamburitzans (3:15)
A7 What Is The Color of the Soul of Man: Jimmy Driftwood (4:12)
B1 Carmela Reno Con Chinto: Antonio Mosquera (2:42)
B2 Bosco Stomp: Cajun Bands, Elton, Basile, Eunice And Mamou, La. Bosco Stomp (3:35)
B3 'T Ain't But Me One: Bernice Reagon (2:10)
B4 Jim and John: Ed, G. D. and Lonnie Young (3:26)
B5 I Know My Lord's Gonna Lead Me Out: The Monroe Brothers (1:25)
B6 Uncle Pen: Bill Monroe & The Blue Grass Boys (2:22)
B7 Cherry Ball Blues: Skip James (2:43)
B8 Cadirimin Ustune (The Top of My Tent): Turkish Cabaret Ensemble (3:12)
B9 Hindustan: Billie & Dede Pierce and Preservation Hall Band (2:42)
Recorded in Washington, D.C, 1967-69.
The Festival of American Folklife, now the Smithsonian Folklife Festival, was initiated in 1967 and occurs annually over the July 4th weekend on the Mall, Washington, D.C. The 1968 festival was cosponsored by the Institute of Texan Cultures and highlighted Texas culture, including arts, crafts, agriculture, music and foods.

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