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  • Performer: Various
  • Album: Bleecker And MacDougal (The Folk Scene Of The Sixties)
  • FLAC: 1752 mb | MP3: 1169 mb
  • Released: 1984
  • Country: US
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Various - Bleecker And MacDougal (The Folk Scene Of The Sixties) album flac

Tracklist

A1 Fred Neil Bleecker And MacDougal
A2 Mark Spoelstra White Winged Dove
A3 Bruce Murdoch Rompin' Rovin' Days
A4 Dave Van Ronk Don't You Leave Me Here
A5 Geoff Muldaur Ginger Man
A6 Eric Von Schmidt Blow Whistle Blow
A7 Hamilton Camp Girl From The North Country
A8 Patrick Sky Many A Mile
A9 Josh White One Meat Ball
A10 Josh White Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier
A11 Josh White Free And Equal Blues
A12 The Even Dozen Jug Band On The Road Again
A13 Danny Kalb Hello Baby Blues
A14 Koerner, Ray & Glover Good Time Charlie
A15 Koerner, Ray & Glover Titanic
A16 Koerner, Ray & Glover John Hardy
B1 Oscar Brand Talking Atomic Blues
B2 Oscar Brand Great Selchie Of Shule Skerry
B3 Will Holt M.T.A.
B4 Tom Paley & Peggy Seeger Who's Going To Shoe Your Pretty Little Foot?
B5 Tom Paley Buck Dancer's Choice
B6 Tom Paley The Cuckoo
B7 Eric Weissberg Devil's Dream
B8 Eric Weissberg Nine Hundred Miles
B9 Dick Rosmini Nine Hundred Miles To Go
B10 Dick Rosmini Picker's Medley
B11 The Limeliters If I Had A Hammer
B12 The Limeliters Lonesome Traveller
B13 Glenn Yarbrough House Of The Rising Sun
B14 Erik Darling Pretty Polly
B15 Erik Darling Salty Dog
B16 The Folksingers* Peter Gray
B17 The Travelers 3* Marcella Wahine
B18 The Travelers 3* Sinner Man
B19 Judy Henske Wade In The Water
C1 Tom Paxton I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
C2 Tom Paxton What Did You Learn In School Today
C3 Tom Paxton The Last Thing On My Mind
C4 Tom Paxton Daily News
C5 Tom Paxton Ramblin' Boy
C6 Tom Paxton Lyndon Johnson Told The Nation
C7 Tom Paxton Bottle Of Wine
C8 Phil Ochs Power And The Glory
C9 Phil Ochs I Ain't Marchin' Anymore
C10 Phil Ochs Here's To The State Of Mississippi
C11 Phil Ochs Changes
C12 Phil Ochs Love Me I'm A Liberal
C13 Phil Ochs When I'm Gone
D1 Judy Collins Maid Of Constant Sorrow
D2 Judy Collins Fannerio
D3 Judy Collins The Bells Of Rhymney
D4 Judy Collins Daddy You've Been On My Mind
D5 Tom Rush Urge For Going
D6 Tom Rush Panama Limited
D7 Fred Neil Blues On The Ceiling
D8 Fred Neil Other Side To This Life
D9 Fred Neil A Little Bit Of Rain
D10 Richard Fariña* House Un-American Blues Activity Dream
D11 Richard Fariña* Birmingham Sunday
D12 David Blue Midnight Through Morning
D13 David Blue So Easy She Goes By

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Lenny Kaye
  • Recording Supervisor – Jac Holzman

Notes

Cassettes are packaged in a 12 inch style box. A booklet with liner notes and photographs is included.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7559-60381-4 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
60381-1-V Various Bleecker And MacDougal (The Folk Scene Of The Sixties) ‎(4xLP, Comp + Box) Elektra 60381-1-V US 1984
60381-1-V Various Bleecker And MacDougal (The Folk Scene Of The Sixties) ‎(4xLP, Comp, Promo + Box) Elektra 60381-1-V US 1984

Baby the Rain Must Fall. Ramblin' Jack Elliott . egends of Folk. Coming Attraction: Live! The Mitchell Trio. Alive! Michael Hurley.

Track on Bleecker & MacDougal Lyrics: I was standing on the corner Of the Bleecker and MacDougal Wondering which way to go I've got a woman down.

Bleecker And MacDougal. Bleecker And MacDougal (The Folk Scene Of The Sixties) ‎(2xCass, Album, Comp).

Bleecker & Macdougal - Folk Scene of the 60s proves that along with Vanguard, Jac Holzman's Elektra Records was one of the two major folk record labels of the 60s, its most popular artists being Judy Collins, Tom Paxton, and Phil Ochs. Sprawling across four albums on this boxed set, programmer and annotator Lenny Kaye presents the big names and quite a few of the small but interesting ones: Fred Neil, Dave Van Ronk, Patrick Sky, Oscar Brand, and many more. This is an in-depth compilation, more than the casual listener may want, but it yields surprising pleasures.

MacDougal Street is named for Alexander McDougall, a merchant and Revolutionary War military leader. MacDougall is also the namesake of MacDougal Alley, a private cul-de-sac owned jointly by the residents of Washington Square North to its south and West 8th Street to its north, for whom it was created in 1833 for their stables. The Alley runs east off MacDougal Street in the block between West 8th Street and Waverly Place/Washington Square North. 74–96 between Houston and Bleecker Streets are houses of the MacDougal-Sullivan Gardens Historic District, which were built . 844 in the Greek Revival style Bob Dylan bought an apartment in 1969 at No. 9. .

The Anthology of American Folk Music is a six-album compilation released in 1952 by Folkways Records (catalogue FP 251, FP 252, and FP 253), comprising eighty-four American folk, blues and country music recordings that were originally issued from 1927 to 1932. Experimental film maker Harry Smith compiled the music from his personal collection of 78 rpm records. The album is famous due to its role as a touchstone for the American folk music revival in the 1950s and 1960s

Album · 1965 · 13 Songs. Though its title refers to the epicenter of the early Sixties Greenwich Village folk scene, Bleecker & MacDougal is hardly a run-of-the-mill coffeehouse record. With his dark-hued, sonorous voice and advanced songwriting skills, Neil was something quite apart from the hordes of hootenanny-goers in the Village. Blues On the Ceiling and The Other Side of This Life expressed the harrowing inner life of a tormented soul beyond what Joan Baez, or even Bob Dylan, had shown up to that point

Phil Ochs’ anti-war and political songs fired the rallies of the 60s with wit, sharply pointed lyrics and that extraordinary voice, while Fred Neil’s gorgeous vocal tops Bleecker & MacDougal’s slightly bluesy, fabulously arranged material, some traditional, some his own. Last, but never least, Tom Paxton’s evocative songs of love, living and activism. How I wish I’d walked in Greenwich Village at that time, among those musicians, and heard this music dancing out into the night! Even 3,000 miles distant it enthralled, encouraged and resonated within my circle of friends

Paul Ochs - Here's to the State of Mississippi (5:52) . 1. Fred Neil - Bleecker & MacDougal (2:16) . 2. Fred Neil - Blues on the Ceiling (2:27) . 3. Fred Neil - Sweet Mama (2:39) . 4. Fred Neil - Little Bit of Rain (2:24) . 5. Fred Neil - Country Boy (2:29) . 6. Fred Neil - Other Side to This Life (2:58) . 7. Fred Neil - Mississippi Train (2:22) . 8.