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The Ballad of John Henry is the seventh studio album by the American blues rock musician Joe Bonamassa. Produced by Kevin Shirley, it was released on 24 February 2009 by J&R Adventures and topped the US Billboard Top Blues Albums chart
1968: (Jon Raven, Mike Raven, Jean Ward) Songs of the Black Country (Broadside Records BRO100). 1968 (Jon Raven) The Halliard & Jon Raven (Broadside BRO 106), with Nic Jones, Dave Moran and Nigel Paterson. 1972: (Michael Raven) Death and the Lady (Folk Heritage FHR 047), with Joan Mills. 1973: (Jon Raven) Songs of a Changing World (Trailer LER 2083), with Nic Jones & Tony Rose. 1974: (Mike Raven) The Jolly Machine (Folk Heritage FHR 053), with Joan Mills and Saga. 1976: (Jean Ward) Stay Not Late (solo album Folksound FS104). 1977 (Jon Raven) Steam Ballads (Broadside Records BRO 121), with Harry Boardman, Tony Rose & Kempion.
In 2009, he named his seventh studio album The Ballad of John Henry after one of the most enduring tales in American folk music. The difference between these two songs should signal a great difference between the two albums and that's true, to a certain extent. The Ballad of John Henry is heavy on myth-making that translates to heavy guitars on several occasions, particularly on the epic six-minute title track, whose roiling minor-key riffs, orchestrations, and excursions into acoustic instruments are closer to prog than blues.
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Folklore and songs of the Black Country: Folk out of focus; being a brief resume of the little known folk lore of the Black Country and Staffordshire" – Wolverhampton Folk Song Club, 1965. Folk-lore and songs of the Black Country & West Midlands" – Wolverhampton Folk Song Club, 1967. Eight Traditional Tunes in Tablature: Easy But Effective Arrangements for Solo Guitar of British Folk Tunes" – Michael Raven, 1975. One Thousand English Country Dance Tunes" – Michael Raven, 1999. Land of Lost Content: Folk Songs and Settings of Poems by English Poets" – Michael Raven, 1999. A Guide to Staffordshire and the Black Country the Potteries & the Peak" – Michael Raven, 2004. A Guide to Shropshire" – Michael Raven, 2005. A Good Christmas Box: Christmas Carols Published in 1847 in Dudley" – Michael Raven, 2007.
|A2||Nine Times A Night||1:48|
|A3||All Bells In Paradise||4:25|
|A4||Brave Collier Lads||2:51|
|A7||The Funny Rigs Of Good And Tender Hearted Masters||3:24|
|A8||The Tommy Note||3:15|
|B1||The Nailmakers' Strike||3:30|
|B2||The Jews They Crucified Him||2:39|
|B3||The Brave Dudley Boys||4:08|
|B4||Souling, Clemeny, Gooding||4:06|
|B5||The Oxford And Hampton Railway||3:53|
|B6||Perry's Croft Bull Bait||2:19|
|B7||The Song Of The Staffordshire Men||2:49|
- Concertina, Accordion, Melodeon – John Kirkpatrick
- Fiddle, Psaltery [Bowed] – Dave Oxley
- Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Dulcimer – Jon Raven
- Whistle, Bodhrán, Backing Vocals – Mike Billington