Friday, June 17, 2011

Podcast: End of Radio #35 - Drunkard's Special (Folk I: 1920 - 1959)



"After weeks of procrastination, your End of Radio co-hosts Jordan Cronk and Brian Webster finally make good on their promise and kick-off a three part series on the history of American and British folk music. This first show covers the early American country, bluegrass, and Appalachian folk movements."
Playlist:

0:00 – 05:59
Intro / Discussion

05:59 – 12:12
Clarence Ashley – “The House Carpenter”
Buster Carter & Preston Young – “A Lazy Farmer Boy”

12:12 – 16:09
Discussion

16:09 – 22:23
Mississippi John Hurt – “Frankie”
The Bentley Boys – “Down on Penny’s Farm”

22:23 – 28:22
Discussion

28:22 – 35:03
Leadbelly – “Midnight Special”
Jelly Roll Morton – “I Hate a Man Like You”

35:03 – 40:57
Discussion

40:57 – 46:51
Uncle Dave Macon – “Way Down the Old Plank Road”
The Carter Family – “John Hardy Was Desperate Little Man”

46:51 – 51:11
Discussion

51:11 – 58:04
Woody Guthrie – “Do re mi”
Woody Guthrie – “Goin’ Down the Road Feeling Bad”

58:04 – 1:01:51
Discussion

1:01:51 – 1:07:46
The Carolina Tarheels – “Peg and Awl”
Blind Lemon Jefferson – “Rabbit Foot Blues”

1:07:46 – 1:13:08
Discussion/Outro

1:13:08 – 1:18:46
John Fahey – “St. Louis Blues

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