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Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas - Negro Prison Camp Worksongs Album

Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas - Negro Prison Camp Worksongs Album Performer: Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas
Title: Negro Prison Camp Worksongs
Style: Folk
Category: Folk and Country
Date of release: 1956
Size MP3: 2161 mb
Size FLAC: 2013 mb
Rating: 4.7

Tracklist

Let Your Hammer Ring
Mighty Bright Light
You Got To Hurry
Go Down, Old Hannah
Chopping In The New Ground
We Need Another Witness
I Need More Power
Here Rattler Here
Grizzly Bear
Lost John

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FE 4475Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas Negro Prison Camp Worksongs ‎(LP)Folkways RecordsFE 4475US1956
P 475Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas Negro Prison Camp Worksongs ‎(LP)Folkways RecordsP 475US1956
FE 4475Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas Negro Prison Camp Worksongs ‎(LP)Folkways RecordsFE 4475US1956
FE 4475Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas Negro Prison Camp Worksongs ‎(CD, Album, RE)Folkways RecordsFE 4475US2006

Album

Recorded by Pete & Toshi Seeger in the winter of 1951 at two Texas prison farms, this album represents some of the oldest and most traditional work songs found among African American prison communities in the southern United States. Traditionally a participatory art form, these songs were typically sung while groups of 10-30 prisoners performed tasks such as chopping and hoeing. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas. Here Rattler Here. Chopping in the New Ground. Go Down, Old Hannah. Negro Prison Camp Worksongs is ranked 48,269th in the overall chart, 1,357th in the 1950s, and 166th in the year 1956. This album is rated in the top 21 of all albums on . Negro Prison Camp Worksongs - Various Artists recorded od two Texas prison farms Recorded by Pete & Toshi Seeger in the winter of 1951 at two Texas prison farms, this album represents some of the oldest and most traditional work so read more. Similar Artists. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. Album 1956 10 Songs. Negro Prison Camp Worksongs. Various Artists. SingerSongwriter 1956. Chopping In the New Ground. Mighty Bright Light. Grizzly Bear. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas: Lost John, Go Down, Old Hannah, Mighty Bright Light и другие песни. Negro Prison Camp Worksongs blue cover with white label & black print. 12 Vinyl. US1956. Folkways Records. FE 4475. Negro Prison Camp Worksongs black cover with white label & black print. by Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas. Track Listing. Let Your Hammer Ring. Strike at Camp I. Sleepy John Estes. See How They Done My Lord. Prisoners of Mississippi State Penitentiary Parchman Farm. Alabama Prison Blues. Recorded at either the Retrieve now Wayne Scott or Ramsey unit, Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice, Brazoria County, TX. February, 1951. Originally issued on the 1956 album Negro Prison Camp Work Songs Folkways FW 4475 LP. This recording taken from the 2006 CD Classic African American Ballads

Performer

Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas: Lost John, Go Down, Old Hannah, Mighty Bright Light и другие песни. Negro Prison Camp Worksongs - Various Artists recorded od two Texas prison farms Recorded by Pete & Toshi Seeger in the winter of 1951 at two Texas prison farms, this album represents some of the oldest and most traditional work songs found among African American prison communities in the southern United States. Traditionally a participatory art form, these songs were typically sung while groups of 10-30 prisoners performed tasks such as chopping and hoeing. With origins reaching back to their West African ancestry as well as during the era of African American slavery, work song read more. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas. Chopping In the New Ground. Here Rattler Here. Go Down, Old Hannah. Grizzly Bear. Music of Central Asia and the Aga Khan Music Initiative - Продолжительность: 9:33 Smithsonian Folkways Recommended for you. Prisoners At The Ramsey Retrieve State Farms Texas. download 2:56. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Mighty Bright Light. download 3:36. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas I Need More Power. download 4:56. Prisoners At The Ramsey & Retrieve State Farms, Texas Go Down, Old Hannah. download 3:39. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas We Need Another Witness. download 4:39. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Grizzly Bear. download 4:38. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Lost John. Prisoners At The Ramsey & Retrieve State Farms, Texas Go Down, Old Hannah. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Chopping in the New Ground. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Go Down, Old Hannah. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Let Your Hammer Ring. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Grizzly Bear. Prisoners at the Ramsey and Retrieve State Farms, Texas Here Rattler Here. Recorded at either the Retrieve now Wayne Scott or Ramsey unit, Texas Dept. of Criminal Justice, Brazoria County, TX. February, 1951. Originally issued on the 1956 album Negro Prison Camp Work Songs Folkways FW 4475 LP. Now playing . Discover Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas's top songs and albums. Listen to all Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas songs and albums for free. Save as Playlist Clear Source: YouTube. Prisoners At The Ramsey And Retrieve State Farms, Texas. See How They Done My Lord. Prisoners of Mississippi State Penitentiary Parchman Farm. I Miss You So. He Never Said a Mumbling Word

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Doukree
I have this release on yellow vinyl. Looks identical part from the colour. Any info?