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Written-By – Alan Lomax, Frank Warner. Written-By – Woody Guthrie. 4. –The Modern Folk Quartet. Written-By – Edgar Allan Poe, Phil Ochs. 5. –The Rooftop Singers. Walk Right In. Written-By – Erik Darling, Gus Cannon, Hosea Woods, Bill Svanoe. 6. –The Au Go-Go Singers. Gotta Travel On. Written-By – Dave Lazar, Larry Ehrlich, Paul Clayton (2), Tom Six.

Compilation by various artists. Goodnight Irene by The Weavers. Tom Dooley by The Kingston Trio. Hard Ain't It Hard by The Limeliters. The Bells by The Modern Folk Quartet. Walk Right In by The Rooftop Singers. Gotta Travel On by Au Go-Go Singers. Stewball by The Greenbriar Boys. I'll Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms by The New Lost City Ramblers. Michael by The Highwaymen. Take Your Fingers off It by The Even Dozen Jug Band. Greenfields by The Brothers Four.

Confident Earthy Earnest Organic Cheerful Fun Innocent Joyous Passionate Pastoral Poignant Rollicking Romantic Rousing Sweet Warm Whimsical. Troubadours of the Folk Era, Vol. 3: The Groups. These group performances represent some of the more commercial releases of the folk revival. Beginning with Leadbelly's "Goodnight Irene" performed by The Weavers and the hit "Tom Dooley" by The Kingston Trio continuing through to recordings by Jim Kweskin's Jug Band, this collection demonstrates how more "authentic" and "traditional" folk songs were sanitized and popularized for mass consumption

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1992 compilation album by Various artists. Compilation album by. Various artists. Troubadours of Folk is a five volume series of compact discs released by Rhino Records in 1992. The series documents several decades worth of "contemporary" folk music. The first three volumes focus on the American "folk revival" of the 1960s while the final two volumes focus on singer-songwriter music of the 1970s and 1980s. Because of "licensing restrictions" no songs by Bob Dylan could be included in the anthology. The series tends to focus on American folk music although not exclusively. 3 Troubadours Of The Folk Era Vol. 4 Troubadours Of Folk Vol. 4: Singer-Songwriters Of The '70s. 5 Troubadours Of Folk Vol. 5: Singer-Songwriters Of The '80s.

Audio CD, March 28, 1995.

Compilation album by Various artists. Rhino later released a series of volumes titled Troubadours of British Folk. Troubadours of the Folk Era Vol. 1.

Here is the third part of this lavishly illustrated set. I will take a deep breath and start scanning the pages of the remaining volume. EAC extraction logfile from 24. February 2015, 23:55. VA, Troubadours- Folk And The Roots Of American Music-Part 3-CD 7. Used drive : TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-216AB Adapter: 1 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Weavers Goodnight Irene
Written-By – John A. Lomax, Leadbelly
3:48
2 The Kingston Trio* Tom Dooley
Written-By – Alan Lomax, Frank Warner
3:05
3 The Limeliters Hard, Ain't It Hard
Written-By – Woody Guthrie
2:47
4 The Modern Folk Quartet Bells
Written-By – Edgar Allan Poe, Phil Ochs
3:54
5 The Rooftop Singers Walk Right In
Written-By – Erik Darling, Gus Cannon, Hosea Woods, Bill Svanoe*
2:36
6 The Au Go-Go Singers Gotta Travel On
Written-By – Dave Lazar, Larry Ehrlich, Paul Clayton , Tom Six
2:31
7 The Greenbriar Boys Stewball
Written-By – John Herald, Ralph Rinzler, Bob Yellin*
2:34
8 The New Lost City Ramblers Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms
Written-By – Traditional
2:58
9 The Highwaymen* Michael
Written-By – Traditional
2:46
10 The Even Dozen Jug Band Take Your Fingers Off It
Written-By – Charlie Burse, Charlie Pierce, Jab Jones, Will Shade
2:26
11 The Brothers Four Greenfields
Written-By – Frank Miller, Richard Dehr, Terry Gilkyson
3:05
12 The Springfields Silver Threads And Golden Needles
Written-By – Dick Reynolds , Jack Rhodes
2:15
13 The Tarriers Banana Boat Song (Day-O)
Written-By – Alan Arkin, Bob Carey, Erik Darling
3:01
14 The New Christy Minstrels Green, Green
Written-By – Barry McGuire, Randy Sparks
2:11
15 Journeyman River Come Down
Written-By – John Phillips, TraditionalWritten-By, Arranged By [New] – Richard Weissman*
2:48
16 Tony Glover With John "Spider John" Koerner* & Dave Snaker Ray* Linin' Track
Written-By – Leadbelly
2:20
17 The Big 3 Rider
Written-By – Sonny Terry
2:35
18 Jim Kweskin* Mobile Line
Written-By – Traditional
3:27

Notes

Tracks 1 and 3 are live recordings, not mentioned on CD. Tracks 1, 2, 8, 12 and 13 are mono recordings.

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  • Barcode (Scanned): 081227026424
Various - Troubadours Of The Folk Era, Volume 3: The Groups FLAC album
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