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Label: Rounder - Catalog #: 610501


Label: Rounder - Catalog #: 610501


Label: Rounder - Catalog #: 610501


Label: Rounder - Catalog #: 610501

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CD 1
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1Tennessee Mountain Fox Chase
recorded in:
Dade County, Georgia, United States (in 1984-10)
recording engineer:
Bruce Nemerov (in 1984-10)
producer:
Norman Blake (bluegrass guitarist)
banjo:
Tommy Jackson (clawhammer style banjo player) (in 1984-10)
fiddle:
Nancy Blake (in 1984-10) and James Bryan (American fiddle player) (in 1984-10)
guitar:
Norman Blake (bluegrass guitarist) (in 1984-10)
Norman Blake2:54
2Banjo Picking GirlHazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard3:06
3Old Corn Liquor
recording engineer:
Wes Lachot
producer:
Bob Carlin
mixer:
Bob Carlin and Wes Lachot
banjo:
Bob Carlin
double bass:
Pam Davis (bassist)
fiddle:
Joe Thompson (US fiddler)
guitar:
Clyde Davids
vocals:
Joe Thompson (US fiddler)
recorded at and mixed at:
Overdub Lane in Durham, North Carolina, United States
recording of:
Old Corn Liquor
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Joe Thompson (US fiddler)
Joe Thompson3:26
4Rain and Snow
recording engineer:
Chris Hertzler
producer:
Ken Irwin
mixer:
Richard Adler (producer/engineer)
solo banjo [clawhammer banjo] and solo vocals:
Suzanne Thomas
recording of:
Rain and Snow
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 3634)
Dry Branch Fire Squad2:15
5The Orphan ChildJody Stecher & Kate Brislin4:05
6Working on a BuildingThe Johnson Mountain Boys3:18
7You Better Mind
recording engineer:
Bruce Kaplan (Flying Fish Records) (in 1973-07) and Bill Nowlin (Rounder Records) (in 1973-07)
Bessie Jones2:50
8Dry Bones
recording engineer:
Chris Rival
producer:
Jerry Lawson and Chris Rival
vocals:
Jimmy Hayes (vocalist with The Persuasions), B.J. Jones, Jerry Lawson, Joe Russell (tenor singer of the Persuasions) and Jayotis Washington
The Persuasions2:17
9Did You Hear John Hurt?
engineer:
Chas Eller
producer:
Mitch Greenhill (60's folk)
guitar:
Dave Van Ronk
vocals:
Dave Van Ronk
Dave Van Ronk3:15
10One-Dime Blues
producer:
Wayne Martin (Smithsonian Folkways), Lesley Williams and Lesley Williams (folklorist)
guitar:
Etta Baker
Etta Baker2:35
11All the Way From East St. Louis
recorded in:
Como, Mississippi, United States (in 1962-04)
recording engineer:
Richard K. Spottswood (American Musicologist) (in 1962-04)
guitar:
Mississippi Fred McDowell (in 1962-04)
vocals:
Mississippi Fred McDowell (in 1962-04)
Mississippi Fred McDowell3:08
12Juke Medley
recorded in:
Chicago, Illinois, United States (in 1964-09)
recording engineer:
Norman Dayron (in 1964-09)
producer:
Norman Dayron
guitar [lead guitar]:
Robert Nighthawk (in 1964-09)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Johnny Young (US blues singer, mandolin player & guitarist) (in 1964-09)
harmonica:
Carey Bell (in 1964-09)
membranophone:
Robert Whitehead (1950s blues drummer) (in 1964-09)
Robert Nighthawk & Carey Bell1:38
13Black's Ball
assistant recording engineer and assistant mixer:
Ed Goodreau (in 1993)
recording engineer and mixer:
Glenn Berger (in 1993)
producer:
Scott Billington
bass:
Kenny Krumbholtz (in 1993)
guitar:
J.B. Hutto (in 1993)
membranophone:
Leroy Pina (in 1993)
solo guitar [first solo]:
Brian Bisesi (in 1993)
tenor saxophone:
Greg Piccolo (in 1993)
vocals:
J.B. Hutto (in 1993)
recorded at and mixed at:
Blue Jay Recording Studios in Carlisle, Massachusetts, United States (in 1993)
J.B. Hutto & The New Hawks2:57
14Just a Little While to Stay Here
recording engineer:
Keith Keller (Producer, Engineer, Chez Flames Studio) (in 1994)
producer:
Keith Keller (Producer, Engineer, Chez Flames Studio)
bass drum:
Keith Frazier (Bass Drum) (in 1994)
cymbal [cymbal]:
Keith Frazier (Bass Drum) (in 1994) and Ajay Mallery (in 1994)
snare drum:
Ajay Mallery (in 1994)
tenor saxophone:
Roderick Paulin (in 1994)
trombone:
Tyrus Chapman (in 1994) and Reginald Stewart (in 1994)
trumpet:
Glen Andrews (in 1994), Kermit Ruffins (in 1994) and Kenneth Terry (Kenny “Little Milton” Terry) (in 1994)
tuba:
Philip Frazier ("Tuba" Phil Fraizer) (in 1994)
recorded at:
Chez Flames in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States (in 1994)
Rebirth Brass Band6:18
15Iko, Iko
engineer:
David Farrell (Engineer)
producer:
Ron Levy (American electric blues musician and composer)
arranger:
Bo Dollis
recorded at and mixed at:
Southlake Recording Studio in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, United States
recording of:
Iko Iko
lyricist:
James Crawford, Jr. (R&B musician James “Sugar Boy” Crawford, Jr.), Barbara Anne Hawkins, Rosa Lee Hawkins and Joan Marie Johnson
composer:
James Crawford, Jr. (R&B musician James “Sugar Boy” Crawford, Jr.), Barbara Anne Hawkins and Rosa Lee Hawkins
publisher:
Arc Music Corp. (U.S. rock & blues publisher), EMI Longitude Music Co., IKO Legal Hold, Melder Publishing Co., Songs of Windswept Pacific, Trio Music Company Inc. and フジパシフィックミュージック BMG事業部
revision of:
Jockomo
Bo Dollis and The Wild Magnolias3:43
16Mai Kai No Kauai
recorded in:
Hawaii, United States (in 1988)
engineer and mixer:
Pete Carlson (engineer and producer) (in 1988)
producer:
Bob Brozman
guitar and bass vocals:
Tau Moe (in 1988)
guitar [second guitar]:
Dorian Moe (in 1988)
Hawaiian guitar:
Bob Brozman (in 1988)
ukulele:
Lani Moe (in 1988)
lead vocals:
Rose Moe (in 1988)
vocals:
Dorian Moe (in 1988) and Lani Moe (in 1988)
recording of:
Mai Kai No Kauai (in 1988)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
arranger:
Bob Brozman and Tau Moe Family
Tau Moe Family2:47
17Texas Cowboy
recorded in:
Mountain View, Arkansas, United States
producer:
Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
fiddle:
J.P. Fraley
guitar:
Glenn Ohrlin
guitar [second guitar]:
Gordon McCann
vocals:
Glenn Ohrlin
Glenn Ohrlin3:20
18Streets of Laredo
recording engineer:
Pete Reiniger (in 1983)
producer:
Joe Wilson (folklorist/producer/musician)
guitar:
Brownie Ford (in 1983)
vocals:
Brownie Ford (in 1983)
arranger:
Brownie Ford
recording of:
Streets of Laredo (aka "Cowboy's Lament") (in 1983)
lyricist, writer and composer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 23650)
version of:
The Unfortunate Rake (Roud 2; Laws Q26 / B1)
Brownie Ford4:27
CD 2
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1Lacassine SpecialThe Balfa Brothers3:14
2Ti galop pour Mamou
recording engineer:
Rex Hebert
producer:
Ken Irwin and D. L. Menard
mixer:
Bill McElroy
accordion:
Blackie Forestier and Eddie LeJeune
fiddle:
Ken Smith (fiddler)
guitar:
D. L. Menard
background vocals [harmony vocals]:
Blackie Forestier
vocals:
D. L. Menard
recorded at:
La Louisianne Recording Studios in Lafayette, Louisiana, United States
mixed at:
Bias Studios (Springfield location, 1980 to present) in Springfield, Virginia, United States
D. L. Menard2:40
3Dimanche apres-midiChris Ardoin and Double Clutchin'3:24
4Père et garçon zydeco
recording engineer and mixer:
David Farrell (Engineer) (in 1991-12)
producer:
Scott Billington
accordion:
Geno Delafose (in 1991-12)
frottoir:
John Delafose (in 1991-12)
membranophone:
Germaine Jack (in 1991-12)
vocals:
John Delafose (in 1991-12)
recorded at and mixed at:
Ultrasonic Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States (in 1991-12)
John and Geno Delafose4:58
5Oh bye mon neg
assistant recording engineer:
Steve Himelfarb (in 1993-05)
recording engineer:
Tom Mark (sound engineer) (in 1993-05)
producer:
Terry Adams (Producer)
mixer:
Chris Andersen and Tom Mark (sound engineer)
accordion:
Boozoo Chavis (in 1993-05)
bass:
Classie Ballou, Jr. (in 1993-05)
frottoir [rubboard]:
Charles Chavis (in 1993-05)
guitar [lead guitar]:
Carlton "Guitar" Thomas (in 1993-05)
guitar [rhythm guitar]:
Nathaniel Fontenot (in 1993-05)
membranophone:
Rellis Chavis (in 1993-05)
vocals:
Boozoo Chavis (in 1993-05)
recorded at:
The New Orleans Recording Co. in Louisiana, United States (in 1993-05)
mixed at:
Grog Kill Studio in Woodstock, New York, United States and Nevessa Productions in Woodstock, New York, United States
Boozoo Chavis3:44
6Zulema Waltz
producer:
Carl Finch and Santiago Jiménez, Jr.
mixer:
Carl Finch (in 1989-05) and Toby Torres (in 1989-05)
accordion:
Santiago Jiménez, Jr. (in 1989-05)
bajo sexto:
Toby Torres (in 1989-05)
tololoche:
Juan Viesca (in 1989-05)
recorded at and mixed at:
Toby's Custom Recording Studio in San Antonio, Texas, United States (in 1989-05)
Santiago Jimenez, Jr.2:22
7El ahualulco
recording engineer and mixer:
Pete Reiniger
producer:
Daniel Sheehy (Smithsonian Folkways) and Joe Wilson (folklorist/producer/musician)
guitar:
Valente Reyes
guitar [jarana] and guitar [requinto]:
José Gutiérrez and Oliverio Lara
harp:
Gonzalo Mata
vocals:
Gonzalo Mata and Valente Reyes
recorded at and mixed at:
Bias Studios (Springfield location, 1980 to present) in Springfield, Virginia, United States
Los Pregoneros del Puerto3:54
8Ven (Come to Me)
Los Cachorros3:00
9Reels: Catherine McEvoy's / Arklow Mountains
recorded in:
Chicago, Illinois, United States (in 1975)
recording engineer:
Miles Krassen (in 1975) and Larry McCullough (in 1975)
producer:
Miles Krassen and Larry McCullough
fiddle:
Liz Carroll (in 1975)
piano accordion:
James Keane, Jr. (in 1975)
Liz Carroll & James Keane, Jr.2:25
10Silver Star Hornpipe / Karen's Reel / Temperence Reel
recorded in:
Waltham, Massachusetts, United States (from 1996 until 1997)
producer:
Frank Ferrel and Mark Wilson (technical/producer)
bass:
Edmond Boudreau
fiddle:
Joe Cormier
piano:
Eddie Irwin
Joe Cormier3:31
11Long Journey Home
engineer:
Steve Chandler (US recording engineer, Nashville based)
producer:
J.D. Crowe
banjo and baritone vocals:
J.D. Crowe
bass:
Curt Chapman
dobro:
Phil Leadbetter
fiddle:
Randy Howard (fiddle and mandolin player)
guitar and lead vocals:
Richard Bennett (American Bluegrass Singer/Guitarist)
mandolin and tenor vocals:
Don Rigsby
recording of:
My Long Journey Home
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist)
J.D. Crowe and The New South3:04
12Leavin'
recording engineer and mixer:
Ronnie Freeland
producer:
Ken Irwin
banjo:
Tom Adams (US bluegrass banjoist) (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
double bass [bass]:
Marshall Wilborn (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
fiddle:
Tim Smith (bluegrass fiddler) (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
guitar and background vocals [harmony vocals]:
Dudley Connell (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
mandolin:
David McLaughlin (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
lead vocals:
James King (Bluegrass/gospel musician) (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
recorded at:
Big Mo Recording Studio in Kensington, Maryland, United States (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
recording of:
Leavin' (from 1993-04-24 until 1993-04-25)
lyricist and composer:
Jack Tottle (American mandolinist, singer/songwriter)
James King3:02
13Old Folks at Home
engineer and mixer:
Bob Shumaker
banjo:
Keith Little
double bass [acoustic bass]:
Kevin Thompson (double bassist)
fiddle:
Ed Neff
guitar:
Delbert Williams
mandolin:
Vern Williams
vocals:
Keith Little, Delbert Williams and Vern Williams
recording of:
Old Folks at Home (Swanee River)
anthem of:
Florida, United States (from 1935 to present)
lyricist and composer:
Stephen Foster (composer) (in 1851)
publisher:
Carlin Music Group
Vern Williams4:12
14Nobody's Business
recording engineer and mixer:
Steve Chandler (US recording engineer, Nashville based)
producer:
Ken Irwin
banjo:
Frank Lee (US old-time banjo player)
double bass [acoustic bass]:
James O'Keefe
fiddle:
David Bass (fiddler)
guitar:
Cary Fridley
vocals:
Cary Fridley and Frank Lee (US old-time banjo player)
recorded at and mixed at:
Hilltop Recording Studios in Nashville, Tennessee, United States
The Freight Hoppers3:36
15All Around the World
recording engineer:
Jay Gallagher (engineer, founder of Ultrasonic Studios) (from 1982-10-18 until 1982-10-20)
producer:
Scott Billington and John Parsons (Musician, composer and producer)
mixer:
Scott Billington and Paul Mufson
piano:
James Booker (from 1982-10-18 until 1982-10-20)
vocals:
James Booker (from 1982-10-18 until 1982-10-20)
recorded at:
Ultrasonic Studios in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States</