Tom Sankey - Tom Sankey Sings The Songs From The Golden Screw album mp3
Tom Sankey Sings The Songs From The Golden Screw (LP).
The Golden Screw was an Off-Off-Broadway folk rock musical written and performed by Tom Sankey which premiered at the Theatre Genesis in September 1966. It ran again from January 30, 1967 to March 5, 1967 at the Provincetown Playhouse in Greenwich Village. The show's cast album was the first rock theatrical recording of its kind. The play follows a Bob Dylanesque singer figure from folk music roots to commercialization.
Ira David Sankey, son of David Sankey, known as the father of Lawrence County, and Mary Leeper Sankey, was born August 28, 1840, in Edinburg, on the outskirts of New Castle, Pennsylvania. When Sankey was 16, he was converted at a revival meeting at the King's Chapel United Methodist Church, which was about three miles away from his home. When he was young, Sankey served in the Civil War. Afterward, he took employment at the IRS, and also the YMCA. He became increasingly well known as a Gospel singer, and eventually attracted the attention of noted evangelist Dwight L. Moody.
Tom Sankey is an American folk singer playwright and actor known for the 1967 off Broadway production The Golden Screw Tom sankey bad girl Tom sankey the b. .In 1962 Sankey contributed to the folksongs in Jonas Mekas's film of Allen Ginsberg, Guns of Trees. The Golden Screw was a folk rock musical documenting the progress of a Bob Dylanesque folk singer. The complete score for the show was recorded by Sankey on Atco Records (33-208, mono). The show's band were called The Inner Sanctum and featured Kevin Michael, Lead Guitar, and Gerry Michael.
Sacred Songs and SolosTwelve Hundred Hymnsby Ira David Sankey. Sacred Songs and Solos. Twelve Hundred Hymns. The Sweet Singer of Methodism and a denizen of the Gospel Hall of Fame. Ira Sankey died with Gospel on his lips, having abandoned his sensible career for a life dedicated to God and surrounded by music. That enthusiasm is transmitted via the page and the colorful, emotively drenched lyrics to the reader. With the love of God in their mouths, Sankey hoped that the world would also take it into their hearts. The jury remains out on his main objective but what is certain is that Ira himself went straight to the heart of Gospel music
Tom Sankey (died 26 August 2010 at 77 years old) was an American folk singer, playwright and actor known for the 1967 off Broadway production The Gold. Between songs, Sankey and a small cast tell the sad and very American tale of the cheap. This biting album builds from the simplicity of folk material, such as a plaintive "The Beautiful People," to a frenzy of folk- ". ^ Richard Lewine, Alfred Simon. Songs of the theater - Page 35 - 1984 -"The Beautiful People Music and lyrics by Tom Sankey The Golden Screw (OB) 1967". Gerry Michael and The Bummers.
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|A3||You Won't Say No|
|A4||The Beautiful People|
|A5||I Heard My Mother Crying|
|A6||I Can't Make It Anymore|
|A7||Jesus Come Down|
|B2||Trip Tick Talking Blues|
|B3||Can I Touch You?|
|B4||That's Your Thing, Baby|
|B5||I Can't Remember|
|B6||Bottom End Of Bleecker Street|
|B7||Flippin' Out - Little White Dog|
NotesStereo version with plum and gold Atco label.
|33-208||Tom Sankey||Tom Sankey Sings The Songs From The Golden Screw (LP)||ATCO Records||33-208||US||1967|