V.A. / NEWPORT FOLK FESTIVAL 1959


newportfolk-fesCD 1
1. The Bells Of Rhymney
Pete Seeger
2. One Grain Of Sand/Abiyoyo
Pete Seeger
3. Careless Love
Pete Seeger
4. Hey Daroma
Martha Schlamme With Frank Hamilton
5. There’s A Hole In My Bucket
Martha Schlamme With Frank Hamilton
6. Que Bonita Bandeira
Martha Schlamme With Frank Hamilton
7. Lonesome Traveller
Leon Bibb With John Stauber & Eric Weisberg
8. Every Night When The Sun Goes Down
Leon Bibb With John Stauber & Eric Weisberg
9. Times Are Getting Hard
Leon Bibb With John Stauber & Eric Weisberg
10. Sinner Man
Leon Bibb With John Stauber & Eric Weisberg
11. Cobbler’s Song
Tom Makem With Pat Clancy & Pete Seeger
12. Mountain Dew
Tom Makem With Pat Clancy & Pete Seeger
CD 2
1. Joshua Fought The Battle Of Jericho
Odetta
2. Cotton Fields At Home
Odetta
3. Great Historical Bum
Odetta
4. I’ve Been Driving On Bald Mountain/Water Boy
Odetta
5. Virgin Mary Had A Son
Joan Baez And Bob Gibson
6. We Are Crossing The Jordon River
Joan Baez And Bob Gibson
7. Beware, O Take Care
The New Lost City Ramblers
8. When First Into This Country I Came
The New Lost City Ramblers
9. Hopalong Peter
The New Lost City Ramblers
10. Little Maggie
Barbara Dane
11. Dink’s Blues
Barbara Dane With Frank Hamilton & Bill Lee
12. My Baby Done Changed The Lock On The Door
Sonny Terry And Brownie Mcghee
13. Pick A Bale Of Cotton
Sonny Terry And Brownie Mcghee
CD 3
1. Flint Hill Special
Earl Scruggs
2. What’re We Going To Do With The Baby-Oh
Jean Ritchie
3. Pretty Saro
Jean Ritchie
4. Shady Grove
Jean Ritchie
5. Paper Of Pins
Jean Ritchie & Oscar Brand With Billy Faier
6. The Hangman, Or The Maid Freed From The Gallows
John Jacob Niles
7. Lady Gay
Frank Hamilton
8. Old Racoon
Frank Warner
9. Earl’s Breakdown
Earl Scruggs
10. Which Side Are You On?
Oscar Brand With Billy Faier
11. Un Domingo
Cynthia Gooding
12. Jalisco
Cynthia Gooding
13. The Old Fisherman
Ed McCurdy
14. When Cockle Shells Turn Silver Bells
Ed McCurdy
15. Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
Ed McCurdy
16. Frankie And Johnny
Ed McCurdy
17. Cumberland Gap
Earl Scruggs

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