Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels - Live At The Great American Music Hall album flac
|–Hawkins*||Take Love, For Instance|
|–Garthwaite*||Hoy Hoy Hoy|
|–Hawkins*||I Owe You One|
|–Sorrels*||Catch It While You Can|
|–Garthwaite*||You Don't Know|
|–Sorrels*||I Remember Loving You|
|FF-238||Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels||Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels - Live At The Great American Music Hall (LP)||Flying Fish||FF-238||US||1981|
|FF 70238||Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels||Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels - Live At The Great American Music Hall (CD, Album)||Flying Fish||FF 70238||US||1993|
Producer – Terry Garthwaite. Recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, 1980.
Garthwaite recorded Live at the Great American Music Hall in 1980 (released 1981 by Flying Fish Records) with Rosalie Sorrels and monologuist Bobbie Louise Hawkins. The three artists sat on stage together and took turns performing, selecting material responsive to the prior performance Toni Brown. Remaining close to the Joy of Cooking sound, Brown released her first solo album, Good For You, Too, on MCA Records in Canada in 1973; it was released in the US in the following year along with a 7" single, "Big Trout River"
Notes: Rosalie Sorrels, vocals and guitar; with instrumental accompaniment. All songs recorded at Golden East Recording Studios, New Canaan, Connecticut except If you love me recorded live at The Barn Coffeehouse, Westport, Connecticut. Songs: - True love-Take love, for instance-The pine-Liver piece-Hoy hoy hoy-Hot-buttered rum-I owe you one-Snake toast-Catch it while you can-You don't know-I remember loving you-Magic piece-Slender thread. Cowboy Songs on Folkways.
Rosalie Sorrels Sings Songs of the Mormon Pioneers. Record label: Festival Records (USA). Studio album, Thematic, Traditional songs. Notes: Rosalie Sorrels (vocals) with Jim Sorrels and the Singing Saints. Most songs are from the collection of Austin E. and Alta S. Fife. Notes: Rosalie Sorrels with Bruce Carver recorded live at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre on February 26, 1984. Songs: - Then came the children-Bride 1945-Girls in our town-Rosie Jane-Mother's day song-Delia Rose-What was the colour-Song for ie you can't go home again. Be Careful, There's a Baby in the House. Notes: Terry Garthwaite, vocals, guitar ; Bobbie Louise Hawkins, monologues ; Rosalie Sorrels, vocals, guitar.
Garthwaite, Rosalie Sorrels and Bobbi Louise Hawkins performed together on the road, and recorded an album together, "Live at the Great American Music Hall. Terry's recent recordings and writing focus on the healing nature of music. She currently leads vocal retreats, drum circles, and singing classes. Q: How would you characterize Rosalie's voice, her sound? A: Rosalie's sound. nothing like it. Cuts like a knife, purrs like a kitten
Bobbie Louise Hawkins, a prodigious Beat Generation poet and novelist whose work reverberated with her hardscrabble Texas childhood and her belated liberation from an overbearing husband, died on May 4 at her home in Boulder, Colo. She was 87. Her death was confirmed by her daughter Sarah Hall Creeley. Equipped with only a high school education but, as a voracious reader, fortified with a copious vocabulary, Ms. Hawkins left her literary imprint on a cultural landscape dominated by men and as a mentor to a generation of female writers. Returning to New Mexico, she married Robert Creeley, who was teaching at the time and became a celebrated American poet. Ms. Hawkins’s writing, a stream of consciousness that blended poetry and prose, rang true - because it often was. I have almost never written a fictional line in my life, she said.
Performer: Terry Garthwaite. Album: Live At The Great American Music Hall. Terry Garthwaite - Live At The Great American Music Hall MP3 version. 1251 downloads at 32 mb/s. Terry Garthwaite - Live At The Great American Music Hall FLAC version. 2149 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download Terry Garthwaite, Bobbie Louise Hawkins, Rosalie Sorrels - Live At The Great American Music Hall FREE. Rosalie Sorrels - Miscellaneous Abstract Record No. 1. Roy Hawkins - Would You Highway 59. Terry Garthwaite - Slender Thread.
Bobbie Louise Hawkins (July 11, 1930 – May 4, 2018) has written more than twenty books of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and performance monologues. She has performed her work at Joseph Papp’s Public Theater, Bottom Line and Folk City in New York City; at The Great American Music Hall and Intersection in San Francisco, as well as readings and performances in Canada, England, Germany, Japan, Holland, and more. In England she worked with Apples and Snakes, read at the Canterbury Festival and the Poetry Society. She was commissioned to write a one-hour play for Public Radio’s The Listening Ear,.
Notes: Rosalie Sorrels with Bruce Carver recorded live at the Vancouver East Cultural Centre on February 26, 1984. Recorded June 7, 1999 at the Basque-American Museum and Cultural Center in Boise, Idaho. No Closing Chord: The Songs of Malvina Reynolds. Recorded live at the Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, California, 1980.
Venue Great American Music Hall (San Francisco, CA). Date Dec 12, 1974. 1Mahitabel And Her Kittens06:44. 2Travelin' Girl05:23. 3I Wonder When I Shall Be Married03:13. Rosalie Sorrels Great American Music Hall Oct 2, 1977 (Set 1). Rosalie Sorrels With Mick Scott Amazingrace Mar 4, 1974.