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GeoffLawes PermaThread: Free On-Line Trad Folk Performances (65* d) RE: PermaThread: Free On-Line Trad Folk Performances 25 Jun 19


Some interesting U.S source recordings from the Helen Hartness Flanders Collection , New England Folksongs, Digitized cassette tapes
https://archive.org/details/hhfbc_tapes_D61A/D61A+sideA.mp3
Clinton County Jail Lena Bourne Fish (East Jaffrey, NH)
American Working Man - Lena Bourne Fish (East Jaffrey, NH) Robert the Kidd - Lucille Palmer (Wakefield, RI)
Gypsum Davey
- Edith Ballinger Price (Newport, RI) - Bailum-a-ding-um - Edith Ballinger Price (Newport, RI)
- Waily Waily - Edith Ballinger Price (Newport, RI)
- Tyranty My Son - Janet MacDonald Bourne (Springfield, VT)
- Margaret Gray - Asa Davis (Milton, VT)
- Margaret Gray (c) - Asa Davis (Milton, VT)
Lord Henry - Jonathan Moses (Orford, NH)
- Portland Fancy - Harry Seymour Wass (Addison, ME)
- Pop Goes the Weasel - Harry Seymour Wass (Addison, ME)
Wrecker's Daughter -
Harry Seymour Wass (Addison, ME)
- Rain Quadrille - Harry Seymour Wass (Addison, ME)
- Plain Quadrille - Harry Seymour Wass (Addison, ME)
Side B:
- Scotch Reel Cyrus H. Barton (Cornish, NH)
- Campbells Are Coming Cyrus H. Barton (Cornish, NH)
- Soldier’s Joy Cyrus H. Barton (Cornish, NH)
- Arkansas Traveller - Cyrus H. Barton (Cornish, NH)
- Old Breakdown Elmer Barton (Quechee, VT)
Wake Up Susan Elmer Barton (Quechee, VT)
- Sick Call John Hadley (Leominster, MA)
Take Your Food Out of the Sand - John Hadley (Leominster, MA)
Peas Upon a Trencher - John Hadley (Leominster, MA)
- Roast Beef John Hadley (Leominster, MA)
- Tattoo John Hadley (Leominster, MA)
There are many more recordings in the Collection . Please add links to any more that you think goodhttps://archive.org/details/helenhartnessflanders


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