New Lost City Ramblers: New Lost City Ramblers

New Lost City Ramblers SKU: 38476327
The New Lost City Ramblers: New Lost City Ramblers

New Lost City Ramblers: New Lost City Ramblers

New Lost City Ramblers SKU: 38476327

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: New Lost City Ramblers
Artist: New Lost City Ramblers
Label: Vinyl Passion
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8719039005284
Genre: International

In the original notes to this recording, Mike Seeger writes, "The songs on this album were recorded by commercial companies and the Library of Congress in the southeastern mountains between 1925 and 1935, and show the first attempts of the hill musicians to 'make a hit' with old traditional songs that had been in the mountains since pioneer days. Formed in 1958 by Mike Seeger, John Cohen, and Tom Paley, the Ramblers introduced the regional styles of southern ballads, blues, string bands, and bluegrass to northerners yearning for a sound and an experience not found in mainstream music. NLCR participated in the old-time music revival, and continued to directly influence many later musicians such as Ry Cooder, Bob Dylan and Jerry Garcia.

1.1 Forked Dear (Forked Deer)
1.2 Don't Let Your Deal Go Down
1.3 I Truly Understand
1.4 Dallas Rag
1.5 Tom Cat Blues
1.6 Railroading and Gambling
1.7 Colored Aristocracy
1.8 Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea
1.9 East Virginia
1.10 Battleship Maine
1.11 Davy, Davy
2.1 Roving Gambler
2.2 Take a Drink on Me
2.3 Likes Liquor Better Than Me
2.4 It's a Shame to Beat Your Wife
2.5 Brown's Ferry Blue
2.6 The Old Fish Song
2.7 Crossed Old Jordan's Stream
2.8 When First Into This Country I Came
2.9 Foggy Mountain Top
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