Texas Field Recordings (1934/1939). Texas Field Recordings (1934/1939).
Field Recordings, Vol. 6: Texas (1933-1958). John and Alan Lomax collected and recorded dozens of tracks in Texas for the Library of Congress folk song archive, frequently visiting prisons with recording equipment, believing that the insularity of the inmates kept them free of the commercial tainting of radio and the often empty-hearted business side of music
Listen to Field Recordings, Vol. 5: Louisiana, Texas, Bahamas (1933-1940) now. Listen to Field Recordings, Vol. 5: Louisiana, Texas, Bahamas (1933-1940) in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 5: Louisiana, Texas, Bahamas (1933-1940).
I know field recordings seem pretty esoteric, and to some extent I guess they are. Record labels and ethnologists started recording ethnic communities in the 1920s and ’30s. The selection below is an assortment of African recordings made in the field. What sets apart these albums perhaps from others is that there is an attempt to make an album of music that works as something one would listen to. I know that hundreds of hours of recordings were sorted through to create these albums and in that way we realize that everything is a mediated version of something. Ba-Benzélé Pygmies The Music Of The Ba-Benzélé Pygmies (Bä, UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music, 1996).
Field Recordings Vol. 6: Texas (1933-1958) - Smokey Mountain Blues, Johnny Got A Meat Skin Laid Away, Desert Blues and 15 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. Field Recordings Vol. Count: 15. Views: 5. 6: Texas (1933-1958) tracks. Smokey Mountain Blues. Johnny Got A Meat Skin Laid Away.
Field recording is the term used for an audio recording produced outside a recording studio, and the term applies to recordings of both natural and human-produced sounds.
Free download and listen Field Recordings Vol. Tracks count: 11. Views: 12. Huddie Ledbetter, Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly) - I Got Up This Morning, Had To Get Up Soon (122-A-2) 03:01.
|1||–Pete Harris||Square Dance Calls|
|2||–Pete Harris||He Rambled|
|3||–Pete Harris||The Buffalo Skinners|
|4||–Pete Harris||Blind Lemon's Song|
|5||–Pete Harris||The Red Cross Store|
|6||–Pete Harris||Alabama Bound|
|7||–Pete Harris||Is You Mad At Me?|
|8||–Pete Harris||Thirty Days In Jail|
|10||–Pete Harris||Jack O' Diamonds [Take 1]|
|11||–Pete Harris||Jack O' Diamonds [Take 2]|
|12||–Pete Harris||Jack And Betsy|
|13||–Pete Harris||Standing On The Border|
|14||–Tricky Sam||Stavin' Chain [Matrix #210-A]|
|15||–Tricky Sam||Stavin' Chain [Matrix #215-A]|
|16||–Tricky Sam||Ella Speed|
|17||–Augustus "Track Horse" Haggerty||I Met You, Mama|
|18||–Augustus "Track Horse" Haggerty||I Feel That Old Black Woman Is A Jinx To Me|
|19||–Augustus "Track Horse" Haggerty||Police Special|
|20||–Augustus "Track Horse" Haggerty||Hattie Green|
|21||–Jack Johnson||It Was Early One Morning|
|22||–Jesse Lockett||Worry Blues|
|23||–Smith Casey||I Wouldn't Mind Dyin', If Dyin' Was All|
|24||–Smith Casey||When I Git Home|
|25||–Smith Casey||Gray Horse Blues|
|26||–Smith Casey||Shorty George|
|27||–Smith Casey||West Texas Blues|
|28||–Smith Casey||Santa Fe Blues|
|29||–Smith Casey||Hesitating Blues|
|30||–Smith Casey||Jack O' Diamonds|
|31||–Smith Casey||Mourning Blues|
|32||–Smith Casey||Two White Horses Standing In Line|
|33||–Smith Casey||East Texas Rag (Country Rag)|
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