British Traditional Ballads In America (Album). There Was A Little Tree (American Folk Songs For Children) (10", Album, Mono). Shep Ginandes Sings Folk Songs (LP, Album, Mono). Dogwood Soup (LP, Album).
Shep Ginandes was a Harvard-educated physician based in Boston who also collected and sang folk songs in his spare time. A multi-lingual singer - his repertory included songs in Welsh, French, Spanish. ead Full Biography.
Shepard Coleman "Shep" Ginandes is an American medical practitioner, folk singer and song collector. When was Shep Ginandes born? 07 June 1928. How old is Shep Ginandes in 2019? 90 years. Ginandes was born in New York City and was educated at Harvard Medical School, graduating in 1951. American Folksongs for Children, and French Traditional Songs. He released a further set of recordings on Elektra, Shep Ginandes Sings Folksongs, in 1958; the album included one of the earliest recordings of the traditional English folk song "Mattie Groves". Alan Shepard, Alan Shepard, J. Aleksandr Sheplyakov, Aleksandr Sheptukha, Alex Shepherd, Alicia Shepard
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The Roud Folk Song Index contains over 300 instances of this ballad, and shows that the ballad has been collected mostly in North America: 113 versions listed in Roud were found in the USA, with the bulk in North Carolina (24), the Virginias (24), Kentucky (23), New England (16) and Tennessee (9). In Canada, 18 versions. were found, the majority in Nova Scotia A number of songs and tales collected in the Caribbean are based on, or refer to, the ballad. Shep Ginandes Sings Folk Songs.
If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. Shep Ginandes sings it as "Bolakins" on "Shep Ginandes Sings Folk Songs", Electra 13. 6. 2 (talk) 04:12, 3 February 2012 (UTC). php?title Talk:Lamkin&oldid 766730820".
Sings Folk Songs, Elektra EKL 133, LP (1958), trk 15. Claire Reel. Shannon, Gavin, McGoldrick & Murray. 124 Folk Songs as Sung and Recorded on Folkways Reco, Robbins, fol (1965), p124. Claudy/Claudie Banks. Us - Banks of y/Claudie. Carter Family Album, London SLH 101, Cas (1990/1961), trk 10 (My Clinch Mountain Home). Perry, Cliff; and Laurel Bliss. Old Pal, Telegraph TM 0707, Cas (1994), trk 1 (My Clinch Mountain Home).
Odetta Sings Folk Songs is an album by American folk singer Odetta, first released in 1963. It was her second release for RCA Victor. It peaked at number 75 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. Blowin' in the Wind" (Bob Dylan) – 4:09. Maybe She Go" – 1:54. I Never Will Marry" – 1:55. Why'n Oh Why" – 2:05. The Golden Vanity" – 4:02. Anthem of the Rainbow" (Forrest Tollis, Robert Cosbey, J. – 4:07.
|A2||The Two Brothers|
|A4||The Wife Of Usher's Well|
|A5||The Anarchistic Garret|
|B2||En El Salón|
|B3||V'la Le Bon Vent|
|B6||Der Rebbe Elimelech|
|B7||Le Joli Matelot|
|B9||La Claire Fontaine|
|B10||Je Fais Pipi|
- Artwork [Illustrated Cover Art] – W.S. Harvey*
- Producer – Jac Holzman
NotesDeep Groove Pressing with White Labels that have Blue Printing.
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