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Disc 1
01 01 :55
02
Eddie Bowles Blues
04 :13
03
Frosty Lamb and Buzz Fountain 12th Street Rag
01 :45
04
Dwight "Red" Lamb Danish Galop
01 :15
05
Tony Bryant Broke Down Engine
04 :12
06
The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire J'ai Passé Devant Ta Porte
02 :58
07
The Balfa Brothers and Nathan Abshire Colinda
01 :38
08
Jake Staggers Garfield
02 :23
09 05 :14
10
John W. Summers Unnamed Tune
02 :04
11
Kirk Brandenberger and Art Rosenbaum Going Across the Prairie
03 :52
12
Uncle John Patterson Muddy Roads of Georgia
03 :08
13
Cecil Barfield Georgia Blues
05 :15
15
Eller Brothers Cindy In The Summer Time
02 :17
16
Ross Brown and Howard Cunningham General Lee's Surrender
02 :06
17
Neal Pattman Shortnin' Bread
01 :48
18
Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan Free Little Bird
01 :47
19
Juanita and Oscar "Shorty" Shehan The Soldier And The Lady [Laws P 14]
03 :10
20
Shirley Griffith Big Road Blues
02 :56
22
Earl Murphy and Andy Carlson Marmaduke's Hornpipe
02 :50
23
Bert Hare Jonah
02 :54
24
Smoky McGinness and Bob Black Turkey In The Straw
02 :33
25
Clester Hounchell Paddy On The Turnpike
01 :37
27
The Chancey Brothers Mulberry Gap/Cumberland Gap
03 :35
28
Louie and Henry Riendeau Fred Rogers' Reel
01 :42
29 04 :47
Disc 2
01
Brown's Chapel Choir Welcome Home
03 :16
02
Myers Family and Friends The River Of Jordan
02 :11
03
Fleeta and Rev. Nathaniel Mitchell: with Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes Brother, You Ought t've Been There
01 :31
04
Georgia Sacred Harp Convention New Prospect
02 :46
05 02 :48
06
Ebenezer East Church He's Calling Me
03 :02
07
Gordon Tanner and Smoky Joe Miller Out Of My Bondage
03 :03
08
Tickanetley Primitive Baptist Church Mother, Tell Me Of The Angels
03 :00
09
Otha Cooper No Room At The Hotel
03 :53
10
The Traveling Inner Lights Let's Have A Family Prayer
04 :50
11
Golden River Grass Over in the Glory Land
02 :33
12
Rev. Willie Mae Eberhart, Sister Fleeta Mitchell and Eddie Ruth Pringle A Charge to Keep I Have
05 :44
13
Jake Staggers and Family How Long the Train Been Gone?
02 :45
14
Pilgrim's Rest Primitive Baptist Church Lord, Remember Me
05 :58
15
McIntosh County Shouters Eve And Adam (Pickin' Up Leaves)
04 :12
16
Otha Cooper and Imogene Riggens There's A Man Going Around Taking Names
01 :38
17
Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes Savior, Don't You Pass Me By
04 :16
18
Oh That Terrible Day Laethe Eller and Berthie Rogers
03 :39
19
Cora Thompson I Know I Got Religion
03 :15
20
Silver Light Gospel Singers Dry Bones
05 :11
21
House of God, Sarasota, Florida House of God, Sarasota, Florida
08 :09
Disc 3
01
The Chancey Brothers I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground
04 :05
02
The Eller Family Going To Georgia
03 :04
03
George Gibson Southern Texas
03 :07
04
Lucy and Brady "Doc" Barnes Raise A Ruckus Tonight
03 :01
05
Myers Family and Friends The Rambling Boy [Laws L12]
02 :05
06
Shorty Ralph Reynolds Want To Go To Cuba, Can't Go Now
02 :34
07
Ola Belle Reed The Boat's Up The River
01 :17
08
Pat Hudson Hog Drivers
03 :07
09 01 :13
10
Gordon Tanner and Smoky Joe Miller Devilish Mary
02 :42
11 06 :40
12
Jack Bean Steamboat Bill
02 :15
13
Lawrence Eller and Ross Brown John Henry [Laws I1]
03 :35
14 04 :07
15
Willard Benson John Hardy [Laws I2]
02 :54
16
Myers Family and Friends Old Joe Clark
03 :04
17
Dr. C. B. Skelton The Miller's Will [Laws Q21]
05 :34
18
Lawrence Eller On Top Of Old Smoky
03 :50
19 03 :08
20
Helen McDuffie and Leasie Whitmire The Wreck On The CC&O Road [Laws G3]
05 :02
21
Buzz Fountain Quit That Ticklin' Me
01 :32
23
Myers Family and Friends Talking Blues
01 :46
24
The Eller Brothers and Ross Brown Don't Go Riding Down That Old Texas Trail
02 :05
25
Jack Bean Ring Ching Ching
03 :47
Disc 4
01 02 :08
02
Virgil Sandage The Bird's Song
01 :07
03
Anna Sandage Underhill The Elfin Knight [Child 2]
02 :37
04
Stan Gilliam Gypsy Davy [Child 200]
01 :19
05 02 :05
06 01 :09
07
Oscar "Doc" Parks The Battle Of Stone River
03 :57
08
The Phillips Wonders Froggy Went A-Courting
01 :44
09
Mary Heekin The Factory Girl
02 :41
10 01 :50
11
Anna Sandage Underhill The Young Man's Lament
02 :36
12 01 :46
13
Ollie Gilbert Lady Lye [Child 79]
02 :24
14
Stan Gilliam Lullabies
00 :45
15
Ollie Gilbert Utah Carl [Laws B4]
06 :09
16
Mary Ruth Moore Billy Button
02 :11
17
Oneitha Ellison and Group Ring Plays
04 :31
18
Mr. and Mrs. Lazore Mohawk Love Song
01 :57
19
Alice Gerrard Shenandoah
01 :43
20
Greg and Lala Brown Two Little Boys
03 :34
21 01 :32
22
Bonnie Loggins I'll Drink And Be Jolly
01 :13
23
Brady "Doc" Barnes We'll March Around The Wall
01 :32
24 03 :09
25
Margaret Kimmett The Farm Out West
02 :09
26 01 :55
27
Della Mae Reedy The Farmer's Son Mistress
02 :11
28 01 :29
29 01 :42
30
Sudie Parks The Lame Soldier
02 :31
31
Oscar "Doc" Parks Pearl Bryan [Laws F2]
03 :54
32 00 :21
ARTIST
TITLE
Art Of Field Recording Volume II
FORMAT
4CD BOX

LABEL
CATALOG #
DTD 012CD DTD 012CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
1/6/2009

Subtitled: Fifty Years of Traditional American Music Documented by Art Rosenbaum. This is volume 2 of Dust-to-Digital's robust and highly-acclaimed Art of Field Recording series, assembled by esteemed archivist Art Rosenbaum. This impressive 4CD set includes ballads, blues, spirituals, work songs and slave songs, religious singing and other traditional folk music from Georgia, Arkansas, Texas, Florida and elsewhere. Housed in a 10"x10"x10" color cardboard box containing a 96-page perfect-bound book with over 100 illustrations and photographs, and four CDs with a total of 107 tracks. Founded by Lance Ledbetter in 1999, Dust-to-Digital's mission is to produce high quality cultural artifacts which combine rare, essential recordings with historic images and detailed texts describing the artists and their works. Art is a painter, a muralist, and an illustrator, as well as a collector and performer of traditional American folk music. He has been collecting and studying traditional American music for over 50 years. His focus covers Appalachian banjo tunes and ballads, Southern and Midwestern fiddle tunes, blues and spirituals. Rosenbaum began seeking out traditional performers while in his teens, rediscovering and recording the great blues guitarist Scrapper Blackwell and fiddler John W. Summers, both in his then-home state of Indiana. His fieldwork has produced archival material in the Indiana University Folklore Archives, the University of Georgia Libraries and the Archives of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. His Art of Field Recording Vol. I was nominated for an Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research from the Association for Recorded Sound Collections. "Rosenbaum is a folk revivalist of the old school. He believes that traditional ballads, blues, spirituals, and fiddle tunes are among the glories of American culture, and he wanted to help preserve and disseminate them. Ledbetter, forty years younger, was less interested in preservation than in inspiration -- the best he could do for folk music, Ledbetter seemed to feel, was to research, remaster, and repackage it as beautifully as possible to make the old songs seem new again." --The New Yorker, "The Last Verse: Is there any folk music still out there?"