Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

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Sammy Walker - Discography
8 Song for Patty (Smithsonian Folkways, 1975) Sammy Walker (1976) Blue Ridge Mountain Skyline (1977) Songs from Woody's Pen (Smithsonian Folkways, 1979) Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 2) (Smithsonian Folkways, 1984) Sammy Walker in Concert (1990) Old Time Southern Dream (1994) The Best of Broadside 1962-1988 Anthems of the American Underground from the Pages of Broadside Magazine (Smithsonian ...
The Asch Recordings - Folkways Release
... The Smithsonian Folkways label repackaged and arranged these sessions in a series of 4 discs during 1997–1999 this is the most current release of these recordings ... Label 1997 This Land Is Your Land, The Asch Recordings, Vol.1 Smithsonian Folkways 1997 Muleskinner Blues, The Asch Recordings, Vol.2 Smithsonian Folkways 1998 Hard Travelin', The Asch Recordings, Vol ...
... Folkways can refer to Folkways (sociology)—theory by the sociologist William Graham Sumner ... Folkways Records—a record label founded by Moe Asch ...
Philadelphia Lawyer (song) - Selected Discography
... in order of the most recent published date, not original recording date ... Year Title Record Label 1940 Dust Bowl Ballads Folkways Records 1972 Greatest Songs of Woody Guthrie Vanguard 1987 Columbia River Collection Rounder ...
Fast Folk - Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
... Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, now maintains an archive of Fast Folk which includes the master recording tapes, magazines and paper records of the ...

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