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When the river ran backward [sound recording] : adventures in folksong.

Miller, Adam. (Author). Burkett, Richard. (Added Author). Eding, Joe. (Added Author). Robbins, Marty. (Added Author).
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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Monticello-Union Township Public Library - Monticello MUSIC FOLK MUSIC MILLER (Text) 37743002171397 Adult Music Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.
  • Publisher: Drain, OR : Folksinging, p2013.

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General Note: Compact disc.
Formatted Contents Note: The new Madrid earthquake / Bob Dyer (3:48) -- Polka dots and moonbeams / Burke / Van Heusen (2:29) -- Buffalo boy / traditional (1:44) -- Amelia Earhart's last flight / David D. McEnery (3:30) -- California is her name / Lisa Atkinson (3:08) -- Shuha D-Maryam / traditional (0:38) -- Man walks among us / Marty Robbins (3:17) -- One meatball / Zaret / Singer (2:09) -- Texas 1947 / Gary Clark (2:39) -- The black fly song / Wade Hemsworth (3:47) -- Huckleberry Finn / Bob Dyer (2:46) -- Riding round the castle / traditional (2:12) -- Waltz for Debby / Lees / Evans (2:37) -- The golden vanity / traditional (4:32) -- The hills of Manchuria / Ilya Shatrov (1:36) -- Ocean station bravo / Bob Zentz (2:46) -- Blue mountain / Fred W. Keller (3:56) -- The farmer's curst wife / traditional (2:41) -- The galaxy song / Idle / Jones / DuPrez (2:11) -- The Kansas cyclone / traditional (1:00) -- I want to be a real cowboy girl / Clara P. Forrester (2:50) -- When the end came / Bob Blue (2:42) -- Under the double eagle / Josef Franz Wagner (2:06) -- Run, Kate Shelley, run / Larry Penn (4:31) -- The Colorado trail / traditional (3:42) -- All through the night / traditional (2:21).
Participant or Performer Note: Adam Miller, lead vocal, autoharps and guitars; Richard Burkett, mandolin; Joe Eding, viola and musical saw; with other accompaniment.
Subject: Folk songs, English > United States.
Country music.

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