Sam Hinton: The Library Of Congress Recordings, March 25,1947
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The 46 tracks here are the first recordings made by folk singer Sam Hinton at the Library of Congress in 1947; two of the songs were issued as part of the Anglo-Celtic series, then the four 16-inch aluminum transcription discs were placed in the vaults...now they are once again seeing the light of day.
Cindy Careless Love I Just Dont Want To Be Rich Down In The Valley Battle Of Bunker Hill Bombardement Of Bristol, Rhode Island Katy Cruel Groundhog Ive Got No Use For Women Streets Of Laredo (Irish Tune) Grieve, Oh Grieve Jim The Roper Night Herding Song Bury Me Not On The Lone Prairie I Ride An Old Paint Goodbye Old Paint Sweet Betsy From Pike St. James Infirmary When We Gonna Mary Spanish Fandango I Had A Little Nut Tree Froggie Went A-Courtin Goin Down This Road Feelin Bad Skip To My Lou Nut Brown Maiden Portland County Jail Three Foolish Pigs The Pig Got Up And Slowly Walked Away That Old Time Religion Sow Took The Measels Willie The Weeper Springfield County Sourwood Mountain Duermente, Nino The Devil And The Farmers Wife (New England) The Devil And The Farmers Wife (Minnesota) Johnny Sands Mary Hamilton (Child Ballad #173) Mary Hamilton (Child Ballad #73) Old Bastum The Two Sisters (The Berkshire Tragedy) The Crawdad Song Barnyard Song Tell Old Bill Three Nights Drunk (Our Goodman, Child #10) Streets Of Laredo (Texas Tune)