Elizabeth Cotten - Negro Folk Songs & Tunes mp3 downloadPerformer: Elizabeth Cotten
Title: Negro Folk Songs & Tunes
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Elizabeth Cotten - Negro Folk Songs & Tunes mp3 download
Elizabeth Cotten continued to tour and perform right up to the end of her life. Her last concert was one that folk legend Odetta put together for her in New York City in the spring of 1987, shortly before her death.
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Negro Folk Songs & Tunes. Negro Folk Songs & Tunes. Freight Train Lyrics. Freight Train is found on the album Negro Folk Songs & Tunes. Found on more albums: Freight Train and Other North Carolina Folk Songs A Fish That's a Song Folkways Years, 1955-1992: Songs of Love and Politics Live! When I'm Gone Folksongs & Instrumentals with Guitar 50 Years: Where Do You Come from, Where Do You Go? close. Elizabeth Cotten – Freight Train.
Folksongs And Instrumentals With Guitar (LP, Album, RE). Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folkways. Freight Train And Other North Carolina Folk Songs And Tunes (CD, Album, RE).
Elizabeth "Libba" Cotten (née Nevills) (January 5, 1893 – June 29, 1987) was an American blues and folk musician, singer, and songwriter. A self-taught left-handed guitarist, Cotten developed her own original style. She played a guitar strung for a right-handed player, but played it upside down, as she was left-handed. This position required her to play the bass lines with her fingers and the melody with her thumb. Her signature alternating bass style has become known as "Cotten picking".
Album · 1989 · 14 Songs. 1989 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. More By Elizabeth Cotten. See All. Elizabeth Cotten, Vol. 3: When I'm Gone.
Elizabeth "Libba" Cotten (January 5, 1893 – June 29, 1987) was an American blues and folk musician, singer, and songwriter. Her approach involved using a right-handed guitar (usually in standard tuning), not re-strung for left-handed playing, essentially, holding a right-handed guitar upside down.
This album is the fifth in a series of volumes dedicated to " American negro music," showcasing spirituals performed by Dock Reed (1878-1958) and Vera Hall Ward (1902-1964). Reed was a deeply religious man whose repertoire was stayed within spiritual music rather than secular or " sinful" songs. Ward was Reed’s cousin, and both worked in manual labor (Reed in agriculture, Ward in house work)
|1||Wilson Rag Elizabeth Cotten||Elizabeth Cotten|
|2||Freight Train Elizabeth Cotten||Elizabeth Cotten|
|3||Going Down the Road Feeling Bad||Elizabeth Cotten|
|4||I Don't Love Nobody||Elizabeth Cotten|
|5||Ain't Got No Honey Baby Now||Elizabeth Cotten|
|6||Graduation March||Elizabeth Cotten|
|7||Honey Babe Your Papa Cares for You||Elizabeth Cotten|
|8||Vastopol Elizabeth Cotten||Elizabeth Cotten|
|9||Here Old Rattler Here||Elizabeth Cotten|
|10||Sent for My Fiddle, Sent for My Bow||Elizabeth Cotten|
|11||George Buck||Elizabeth Cotten|
|12||Run ... Run||Elizabeth Cotten|
|13||Mama Your Son Done Gone||Elizabeth Cotten|
|14||Sweet Bye and Bye||Elizabeth Cotten|
|15||What a Friend We Have in Jesus Charles C. Converse / Joseph Scriven||Elizabeth Cotten|
|16||Oh, Babe, It Ain't No Lie Elizabeth Cotten||Elizabeth Cotten|
|17||Spanish Flangdang Elizabeth Cotten||Elizabeth Cotten|
|18||When I Get Home||Elizabeth Cotten|
CreditsCharles C. Converse - Composer
Elizabeth Cotten - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Joseph Scriven - Composer