Various – Songs Of Labor & Livelihood (1978)

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Songs Of Labor & Livelihood is a compilation of folk songs compiled by the Library of Congress, and is Volume 8 of Folk Music In America series.

      Style: Folk

      Vinyl: VG+ (small chip on the vinyl the last track of Side A plays through with some pops.)

      Cover: VG+ (foxing (red spots) pretty heavy on the back, missing booklet.)

      Label: The Library Of Congress ‎– LBC 8

      Country: US

      Tracklist:

      A1 Ukrainska Orchestra Pawla Humeniuka Farmerska kolomyjka
      A2 Easy Papa Johnson Cotton Seed Blues
      A3 Aulton Ray The Dixie Cowboy
      A4 Grajek Wiejski Piesn Dziada
      A5 Clara Smith Steamboat Man Blues
      A6 Jimmie Strothers This 'Ol Hammer
      A7 John Duffy Casey Jones On The S.P. Line
      A8 Merle Travis Dark As A Dungeon
      A9 Joseph Walsh The Teamster On Jack Mcdonald's Crew
      B1 Ramblin' Jimmie Dolan Tool Pusher On A Rotary Rig
      B2 Blue Sky Boys Paper Boy
      B3 Fisher Hendley Weave Room Blues
      B4 Carl Trent Caterpillar Man
      B5 Trío Huracàn Corrido De Los Camioneros
      B6 Street Cries of Charleston Blackberries; Flowers
      B7 Big Chief Ellis The Gambler
      B8 The Masters Family From Forty To Sixty-Five
      B9 Cio Singers  The Spirit Of Phil Murray

       

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