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Smithsonian Folkways American roots collection

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Table of Contents:
  • Penitentiary blues (Lightnin' Hopkins)
  • Sweet old Chicago (Roosevelt Sykes)
  • Blue moon of Kentucky (Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys)
  • If I had a hammer (Pete Seeger)
  • Lafayette (Lucinda Williams)
  • Bosco stomp (Allie Young, Bessyl Duhon, Rodney Balfa)
  • Better day (Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry)
  • Long road to travel (Lonnie Johnson)
  • The coo-coo bird (Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley)
  • Pretty Saro (Doug and Jack Wallin)
  • Freight train (Elizabeth Cotten)
  • Old Joe Bone (the New Lost City Ramblers)
  • Have a feast here tonight (Bill Monroe and Doc Watson)
  • Freedom road (Josh White)
  • This land is your land (Woody Guthrie)
  • Two good men (Woody Guthrie)
  • In the pines (Lead Belly)
  • Irene (Lead Belly)
  • Somebody's been fooling #1 (Big Joe Williams)
  • Hesitation blues (Dave Van Ronk)
  • Gonna be an engineer (Peggy Seeger)
  • Delgadina (Mercedez LoĢpez)
  • I was standing by the bedside of a neighbor (If you see my Saviour) (Michele Lanchester with Sweet Honey in the Rock)
  • Virgo (Mary Lou Williams)
  • Syl-o-gism (Mary Lou Williams)
  • We shall overcome (the SNCC Freedom Singers with Dorothy Cotton and Pete Seeger).