Elizabeth Cotten - Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar album flac
|A3||Going Down The Road Feeling Bad||2:12|
|A4||I Don't Love Nobody||1:14|
|A5||Ain't Got No Honey Baby Now||0:57|
|A7||Honey Babe Your Papa Cares For You||2:15|
|B1||Here Old Rattler Here / Sent For My Fiddle Sent For My Bow / George Buck||3:48|
|B2||Run......Run / Mama Your Son Done Gone||2:19|
|B3||Sweet Bye And Bye / What A Friend We Have In Jesus||3:02|
|B4||Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie||4:43|
|B5||Spanish Flang Dang||2:51|
|B6||When I Get Home||2:23|
- Copyright (c) – Folkways Records & Service Corp.
- Design [Cover Design] – Ronald Clyne
- Guitar, Vocals – Elizabeth Cotten
- Photography – David Gahr
- Recorded By, Liner Notes – Mike Seeger
NotesIncludes insert with lyrics and notes. Sleeves issued in brown and green with slightly different layout on the back.
Title on labels and insert: Negro Folks Songs and Tunes.
Library of Congress Catalogue Card No. R 59-68
(c)1958 Folkways Records & Service Corporation,
701 Seventh Ave., New York, New York, 10036
|SF 40009||Elizabeth Cotten||Freight Train And Other North Carolina Folk Songs And Tunes (LP, Album, RE)||Smithsonian Folkways||SF 40009||US||1989|
|FG 3526||Elizabeth Cotten||Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FG 3526||US||1958|
|FG 3526, FG3526||Elizabeth Cotten||Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar (LP, Album, RE)||Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folkways||FG 3526, FG3526||US||2012|
|SF CD 40009||Elizabeth Cotten||Freight Train And Other North Carolina Folk Songs And Tunes (CD, Album, RE)||Smithsonian Folkways||SF CD 40009||US||Unknown|
|FG 3526||Elizabeth Cotton*||Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar (LP, Album)||Folkways Records||FG 3526||US||1958|
Folksongs and Instrumentals With Guitar Tracklist.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Folksongs & Instrumentals with Guitar" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Elizabeth "Libba" Cotten (January 5, 1895 – June 29, 1987) was an American blues and folk musician, singer, and songwriter.
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Elizabeth "Libba" Cotten (January 5, 1893 - June 29, 1987) was an American blues and folk musician, singer, and songwriter. These recordings later became the album, Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar, which was released on Folkways Records.
30 USD. Elizabeth Cotten's 1958 debut album on Folkways is best known for containing the earliest recording of her classic "Freight Train.
The Guitar of Elizabeth Cotten. Stefan Grossman's Guitar Workshop, 2002. Smithsonian Folkways, 1989 reissue of the 1958 album Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar. Smith, Jessie Carney (1993). Epic Lives: One Hundred Black Women Who Made a Difference.
Artists Elizabeth Cotten Folksongs and Instrumentals With Guitar. Folksongs and Instrumentals With Guitar Elizabeth Cotten. Folksongs and Instrumentals With Guitar. This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/200 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Folksongs and Instrumentals With Guitar.
Guitar, Vocals – Elizabeth Cotten. Photography – David Gahr. Recorded By, Liner Notes – Mike Seeger. Includes insert with lyrics and notes. Sleeves issued in brown and green with slightly different layout on the back. Title on labels and insert: Negro Folks Songs and Tunes. Library of Congress Catalogue Card No.
In stock now for same day shipping. Folksongs & Instrumentals With Guitar. Smithsonian Folkways US. Elizabeth COTTEN. Format: LP + booklet Cat: FWLP 03526 Released: 06 Mar 19 Genre: Folk/Americana.
Elizabeth Cotten is a classic in every sense of the word. She has created beautiful, timeless music, been profoundly influential countless artists and even created her own guitar style. Her music is as powerful today as when it was rediscovered in the 60’s and when it was originally penned almost a century ago. Cotten was a talented musician from a young age but virtually unknown until a chance meeting with the Seeger family in the 50’s at which time her music was recorded and embraced by the burgeoning folk revival scene