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Title American epic [sound recording] : the soundtrack.

Publication Info. [New York] : Legacy, [2017]
New York, NY : Distributed by Sony Music Entertainment
℗2017

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Description 1 audio disc : CD audio, stereo ; 4 3/4 in.
performed music prm rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audio disc sd rdacarrier
digital optical rda
audio file rda
CD audio
Language Sung in English (principally), Spanish, Hawaiian and French .
Note Title from disc label.
Compact disc.
Performer Performed by: Williamson Brothers & Curry, Hattie Hart & the Memphis Jug Band (with Will Shade), Mississippi John Hurt, The Carter Family (with Sara Carter, Maybelle Carter, and A. P. Carter), Lydia Mendoza, Carolina Tar Heels (with Dock Walsh and Thomas Ashley), The Aloha Serenaders (with Sol K. Bright and Ray Kinney), Big Chief Henry's Indian String Band, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Charley Patton, Joseph Falcon, Frank Hutchison, Jimmie Rodgers, The Breaux Brothers (with Louis Michot),
Event Principally recorded 1927-1934 and 2014.
Note Principally originally released on 78 rpm discs.
Songs featured in the American epic film trilogy.
Program notes by Allison McGourty, and lyrics with English translations (20 unnumbered pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
Contents I'm gonna die with my hammer in my hand (Williamson Brothers and Curry) -- On the road again (Memphis Jug Band) -- Frankie (Mississippi John Hurt) -- Bury me under the weeping willow (the Carter Family) -- Mal hombre (Lydia Mendoza) -- Peg and awl (Carolina Tar Heels) -- Tomi tomi (the Aloha Serenaders feat. Sol K. Bright) -- The Indian tom tom (Big Chief Henry's Indian String Band) -- Cocaine habit blues (Hattie Hart & the Memphis Jug Band) -- Up above my head (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) (performed on the 1960s television program "TV gospel time 44") -- Down the dirt road blues (Charley Patton) -- Allons à Lafayette (Joseph Falcon) -- Stackable (Frank Hutchison) -- Waiting for a train (Jimmie Rodgers) -- Jole blon (the Breaux Brothers with Louis Michot) (recorded for "American epic: out of the many, the one", June 9, 2014, Lafayette, LA).
Summary The soundtrack from the three-part PBS documentary includes original recordings from music legends including the Carter Family, Mississippi John Hurt, Charley Patton, Jimmie Rodgers, and more.
Subject Television music -- Excerpts.
Americana (Music).
Genre/Form Gospel music.
Country music.
Blues (Music).
Cajun music.
Tejano music.
Television music.
Added Author Shade, Will, 1898-1966, singer, instrumentalist.
Hurt, Mississippi John, 1892-1966, singer, instrumentalist.
Carter, Sara, 1898-1979, singer, instrumentalist.
Carter, Maybelle, 1909-1978, singer, instrumentalist.
Carter, A. P. (Alvin Pleasant), 1891-1960, singer, instrumentalist.
Mendoza, Lydia, singer, instrumentalist.
Walsh, Dock, singer, instrumentalist.
Hart, Hattie, singer.
Ashley, Clarence, 1895-1967, singer, instrumentalist.
Bright, Sol K., singer, instrumentalist.
Kinney, Ray, singer, instrumentalist.
Tharpe, Rosetta, 1915-1973, singer, instrumentalist.
Patton, Charley, 1891-1934, singer, instrumentalist.
Falcon, Joe, 1900-1965, singer, instrumentalist.
Hutchison, Frank, 1897-1945, singer, instrumentalist.
Rodgers, Jimmie, 1897-1933, singer, instrumentalist.
Michot, Louis, singer, instrumentalist.
Williamson Brothers and Curry, performer.
Memphis Jug Band, performer.
Carter Family (Musical group), performer.
Carolina Tar Heels, performer.
Aloha Serenaders, performer.
Big Chief Henry's Indian String Band, performer.
Breaux Freres, performer.
Added Title Music for television program (work): American epic (Television program)
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