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Philadelphia Folk Festival [sound recording] : 40th anniversary.

Other title:
40th anniversary
Fortieth anniversary
Publication:
[Philadelphia, Pa.?] : Sliced Bread Records, p2001.
Conference name:
Philadelphia Folk Festival.
Format/Description:
Conference/Event
Sound recording
4 sound discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Subjects:
Folk music -- North America.
Folk music -- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- Ireland.
Folk music -- Latin America.
Blues (Music)
Bluegrass music.
Folk-rock music.
Popular music.
System details:
: Minimum system requirements for Macintosh: Power PC; OS 8.6 or higher; QuickTime 4.0 or higher; 128 MB of RAM; 8x CD-ROM; 800x600.
: Minimum system requirements for PC: Windows 95 or higher; Pentium III or higher; QuickTime 4.0 or higher; 128 MB of RAM; 8x CD-ROM; 800x600.
Summary:
Minimum system requirements for Macintosh: Power PC; OS 8.6 or higher; QuickTime 4.0 or higher; 128 MB of RAM; 8x CD-ROM; 800x600.
Minimum system requirements for PC: Windows 95 or higher; Pentium III or higher; QuickTime 4.0 or higher; 128 MB of RAM; 8x CD-ROM; 800x600.
Contents:
Disc 1. Scots piping (Bruce Martin)
Walk a while (Fairport Convention)
Green, green rocky road (Dave Van Ronk)
If I had my way (Rev. Gary Davis)
Open up them pearly gates (Doc & Merle Watson)
Kokomo blues (Bonnie Raitt)
Talkin' fishin' blues (Ramblin' Jack Elliott)
Did you hear John Hurt (Tom Paxton)
Ain't no tellin' (Make me a pallet) (Mississippi John Hurt)
Irish dance medley (De Dannan)
Here's to Cheshire, here's to cheese (Pete Seeger)
The first time I ever saw your face (Bonnie Dobson)
Panama Limited (Tom Rush)
City of New Orleans (Steve Goodman)
Sharon (David Bromberg Band)
Farewell toast ; Boatman (Mike Cross).
Disc 2. These are the days (Michael Cooney)
Hoedown (Mad Pudding)
No love today (Chris Smither)
Watchin' the river go by (John Hartford)
Sensitive New Age guys (Christine Lavin)
Wild goose chase (Roger Sprung)
Hit or miss (Odetta)
Society's child (Janis Ian)
Hello in there (John Prine)
From a distance (Nanci Griffith)
Georgia State Patrol ; Deep Gap salute (Gamble Rogers)
I'm alright (Loudon Wainwright III)
When I'm gone (Mollie O'Brien)
Ciorcirlia (Harmonia)
People my age (John Gorka)
Le jig Francais (Beausoleil).
Disc 3. Going up (Great Big Sea)
My father's house (Eric Bibb)
Tanglewood tree (Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer)
My heart in Rio (Oscar Lopez)
Old Dominion (Eddie from Ohio)
Ode to a butterfly (Nickel Creek)
Cakewalk into town (Taj Mahal)
Simple Gearle (Stacey Earle)
Rawhide (Ricky Skaggs Band)
This town is wrong (Katryna & Nerissa Nields)
Minnie the Moocher (Moxy Früvous)
Olympic reel (Natalie MacMasters Band)
Golden apples of the sun (Judy Collins)
Bee's wing (Richard Thompson)
St. Mary of regrets (Susan Werner)
Alturas (Inti Illimani)
You Jacobites by name (Tempest).
Disc 4. Beg to differ (Patty Larkin)
Ring-around-the rosie-rag (Arlo Guthrie)
Darcy Farrow (Steve Gillette, Cindy Mangsen)
I ain't marching anymore (Phil Ochs)
Devil's dream ; Sailor's hornpipe (Bill Keith & Jim Rooney)
I blinked once (Steve Forbert)
El Pajarillo (Irene Farrera)
Drag queens in limousines (Mary Gauthier)
Goodnight Irene (Steve Goodman).
Participant:
Various performers.
Credits:
Produced by Gene Shay.
Notes:
Enhanced CD.
Recorded at the Philadelphia Folk Festival ca. 1962-2000 at the Old Poole Farm, Upper Salford, Pa.
Disc four is an enhanced CD that includes bonus multimedia.
Historical and program notes by Jonathan Takiff, Michael Cooney, and Mark Moss laid in container.
Local notes:
Acquired for the Penn Libraries with assistance from the Joseph B. Glossberg Fund.
Contributor:
Joseph B. Glossberg Fund.
Publisher no.:
714577444029
SB74440 (SB74440D1--SB74440D4) Sliced Bread Records
Web link:
The Joseph B. Glossberg Fund Home Page
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