Global Underground #06 Alan Lomax Archives

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The tape recordings of legendary American folk musician, musicologist, and recordist Alan Lomax have begun to be digitized and made available online. Today we dive in and make a few selections, with music from America, the Caribbean, the British Isles, Romania, the USSR and elsewhere, all recorded between 1946-1965.

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Playlist:
Lord Invader – Rum & Coca-Cola – Trinidad, December 1946
Mississippi’s Parchman Penitentiary Inmates – Stewball – USA, December 1947
Vera Hall – Railroad Bill – USA,
Jack Armstrong and His Northumbrian Barnstormers – The Shepherd’s Wife – UK
Lucita Rosita Rodríguez – Ei de ir a siegas a Lugo – Spain, November 1952
Jose Maria Rodríguez – Orense para ciclista – Spain, November 1952
Alan Lomax – Railroad Bill – USA
Sidney Hemphill Carter – Worried Now – USA, September 1959
Hobart Smith – Railroad Bill – USA, August 1959
Quadrille group – When I Go I’ll Tell My Mama – Grenada, August 1962
Unknown Buryat Performers – Aiarzoonoi, Baiarzoonoi – USSR
Gurbandurdy Jeng Ienov – Wake Up Now – Turkmenistan
Huseiin Abbasov – Shepherd’s Song + Interview – Azerbaijan
Unidentified Romanian Performers – Unidentified with Horns and Singing – Romania, 1964
Reverend Gary Davis – Twelve Stick Rag – USA, 1965
Reverend Gary Davis – Buck Dance – USA, 1965
Sayat Nova Project – Ashiq Alesker – Georgia, 2014

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