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WLP-406

WLP-406
VIVALDI ONCERT VOLUME 2 

VIOLIN CONCERTO, 3 WINDS CONCERTO

WAS 

1 G. Donald Harrison: The American Classic Organ 

2 Organ Literature: Bach to Langlais 

3 Robert Owen at Christ Church, Bronxvill, N.Y.

4 Hillar at St. Mark’s 

5 Richard Purvis: Grace Cathedral, San Francisco 

6 Cathedral of St. John the Divine 

7 Marilyn Mason: St. John’s Chapel, Groton, Mass. 

8 Norman Coke – Jephcott at St. John the Dive 

9 The Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston 

10 Roy Perry: Music of Church 

11 Henry Hokans at All Saints 

12 Pierre Cochereay at Symphony Hall, Boston 

13 The Organ in the Mother Church 

 

WC 

301 Tom Glazer Cocert for and with Children (Wonderland?)

302 Donald McKayle, Charlie Byrd, Evelyn D. Lohoefer: Come and See the Peppermint Tree 

 

WDFR

7 Franklin D. Roosevelt Speaks “The Recovery Years” 

8 Franklin D. Roosevelt Speaks “The War Years” 

 

WR  VM

401 Arthur Balsam: Beethoven – Piano Works, Vol. 1 

402 New York Woodwind Quintet: Vivaldi – Vivaldi,Telemann 

403 Newell Jenkins and the Milan Chamber Orchestra: Telemann “Don Quichotte” 

404 Newell Jenkins and the Milan Orchestra: Vivaldi – 4 Concerti for Winds and Orchestra 

405 Newell Jenkins and the Milan Orchestra: Torrelli – Sinfonias 

 

Milan Chamber Orchestra – Newell Jenkins, conductor 

Place and dates; no credit 

  1. Concerto in B Flat Major (violin and 2 orchestras) 

  2. Concerto in C Major (2 flutes, oboe, English horn 2 trumpets, violas, 2 harpsichords & orchestra)

  3. Concerto in Cmajor (2 flutes, 2 oboes, bassoon, 2 violins & orchestra) 

  4. Concerto in f Major (2 oboes, bassoon, 2 horns, violin & orchestra) 

 

NOTE: WLP-406 produced by Washington Records and notes written by Donald L. Leavitt 

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This record distributed by the Adjutant Department of the Army 

WLP-407

WLP-407
JEAN PIERRE RAMPAL – ROBERT VEYRON-LACROIX :

BAROQUE SONATAS FOR FLUTE AND HARPSICHORD 

Jean Pierre Rampal (fl)  Robert Veyron-Lacroix (harpsichord) 

Place and date; no credit  

Side 1 

  1. Francois Couperin: Concert in E minor for Flute and Confinuo 

  2. Michel Blavet: Sonata in D minor “La Vibray” for Flute and Continuo 

Side 2 

  1. C.P.E. Bach: Sonata in D Major No. 1 for Flute and Harpsichord obligato 

  2. Georg Philip Teleman: Sonata in C minor for flute and Continuo, No. 4 of Methodischen Sonaten 1732 

 

NOTE: WLP-407 produced by Washington Records and notes written by Bernard Lebow 

WLP-407 

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Washington Records are produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

408 Sarita Gloria: Songs of Brazil 

409 Albert Fuller: Kuhnau – 4 Biblical Sonatas 

410 Paul Winter: A Winter’s Tale (Offbeat OLP-4010)

WLP-411
CHARLES BYRD - ANTHOLOGY OF MSIC FOR THE GUITAR:
THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY

WLP-411

Charles Byrd (g) place and date no credit 

Side 1 

Valderrabano

  1. Dos Sonetos (Two Sonatas) 1547 

  2. Diferencias sobre “Guardance Las Vacas” (Variations on Guard My Cows) 1547

Milan

  1. Tres Pavanas (Two Pavanes) 1536 

  2. Tres Fantasias (Three Fantasias) 1536 

Side 2

Mudarra 

  1. Diferencias sobre el Conde Alaros (Variations of CondeClaros) 1546 

  2. Gallarda 1546 

  3. Fantasia que contrahaze la harpa en la manera de Luduvico (Fantasy in the manner of Luduvico) 1546

Pidsdor

  1. Pavane y Villanesca (Pavane and Villanesca) 1552 

de Narvaez 

  1. Diferencias sobre “Guardance Las Vacas” Variations on Guard My Cows) 1546 

  2. Cancion del Emperador (Songs of the Emperor) 1546 

  3. Baxa de Contrapunta (Dance in counterpoint) 1546 

 

NOTE: WLP-411 produced by no credit and notes written by Sophocles Papas 

 

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Washington Records are produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

412 Seven Church Choir: Christmas in Washington 

413 Kodaly Girls Choir of Debrecen: Hungarian Songs and Folk Songs 

414

415 The Band and State Trumpeters of The Royal Horse Guards 

416 The Rhos Male Voice Choir: Music from Welsh Mines 

417 The Singing Family of Dublin: Songs from Ireland – The Funs

418 University of Maryland Chapel Choir: American Harmony 

419 Julius Baker and Jean-Jean Pierre Rampal: 18th Century Flute Duets 

420 New York Woodwind Quintet: Hendel – Trio Sonatas 

421 Finn Videro: Volume 1, Buxtehude – Organ Works 

422 Finn Videro: Volume 2, Buxtehude – Organ Works 

423 Finn Videro: Volume 3, Buxtehude – Organ Works 

424 John Williams: Guitar Recital 

425 Stewart Gordon: Schubert and Schumann Piano Sonatas 

426 Stewart Gordon: Volume 1, Rachmaninoff – Preludes 

427 Stewart Gordon: Volume 2, Rachmaninoff – Preludes 

428 William Watkins: D’Aquin – Eight Noels 

WR-429
CHARLES BYRD: FOUR SUITES BY LODOVICO RONCALLI 

WR-429

Charles Byrd (g) place date; no credit 

  1. Suite No. 1 in G Major (Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Gavotte, Gigue.) 

  2. Suite No. 2 in E Minor (Prelude, Allemande, Gavotte, Sarabande, Gigue) 

  3. Suite No. 3 in B Minor (Prelude, Allemande, Courante, Sarabande, Gavotte, Minuet.) 

  4. Suite No. 4 in D Major (Prelude, Allamande, Courante, Sarabande, Minuet, Gigue.) 

 

NOTE: WR-429 manufactured by Washington Records Inc. and notes written by Richard Keith. 

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430 Arthur Balsam: Volume 1, Haydn – Piano Sonatas 

431 Arthur Balsam: Volume 2, Haydn – Piano Sonatas 

432 Arthur Balsam: Volume 3, Haydn – Piano Sonatas 

433 

434 

435 

436 

437 

438 

439 

WLP-440

WLP-440
THE ART OF JOHN WILLIAMS: GUITAR RECITAL Volume 2 

John Williams (g) place and date; no credit 

Side 1 

  1. Suite No. 1 in g for unaccompanied Violoncello 

  2. Sonata in E minor (Longo 352) 

  3. Gavotte 

Side 2 

  1. Variations on a theme of Mozart. Op. 9 

  2. Oracion 

  3. Estudio 

  4. Humorada 

  5. Barcarolle 

  6. La Maja de Goya 

  7. Valse Criollo 

 

NOTE: WLP-440 A Delyse Recording and notes written by John W. Duarte. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

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Washington Records are produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

441 Stewart Gordon: Schubert – German Dances for Piano 

442 Rampal and Baker: flute Duets Volume 2 

443 

444 

445 

446 

447 

448 

449 

450 Beaux Art String Quartet: Haydn – String Quartets, Opus 9, No. 1 & 2 

451 Beaux Art String Quartet: Haydn – String Quartets, Opus 9, No. 3 & 4 

452 Beaux Art String Quartet: Haydn – String Quartets, Opus 9, No. 5 & 6 

453 

454 

456 

457 

458 

459 

460 Joe Glazer, Charlie Byrd: Songs of Work and Freedom 

461 Paul Renard: Bach for Beginners 

462 Karl Nielsen – Kai Laursen – Eyvind Moller – Carl Nielsen: Chamber Works for Violin & Piano 

463 George Philipp Teleman, Johann Pachellbel: Music of the Baaroque Period 

464 Pamela Brown an dElizabethan Consort: Love’s Progress 

465 

WLP-466
ROBERT McFERRIN: DEEP RIVER AND OTHER SPIRITUALS

WLP-466

Robert McFerrin (vcl)   acc by unknown  , 1958

Everytime I Feel De Spirit RLP12-812

Fix Me Jesus -

His Name Is So Sweet -

I’m Goin’ to Tell God All O’my Troubles -

Swingin’ Low Sweet Chariot -

A City Called Heaven -

Ain’t Got Time to Die -

Here’s One -

Let Us Break Bread Together  -

Deep River -

I Got to Lie Down -

Oh, Glory -

Witness -

Ride On, King Jesus -

 

NOTE: all titles also on Washington WLP-466

RLP12-812 “Deep River and Other Spirituals”

 

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CONCHITA SUPERBIA SINGS ROSSINI 

OUT STANDING OPERATIC ARIAS with orchestra under the direction of A Albergoni 

WLP-467

Side 1 

From IL BARBIERE DE SIBIGLIA 

  1. “Una voce poco fa” (Act 1)

  2. “Contro un cor” with Giovanni Manuritta, tenor 

From LA CENERENTOLA: 

  1. “Signor, una parola” (Act 1); with Vincenzo Bettoni, bass 

  2. “Nacqui all’ affanno” (act 2) 

Side 2 

From L’ITALIANA IN ALGERI: 

  1. “Ai capricci ella sorte” (Act 1); with Carlo Scattola, bass 

  2. “Omche muso” (Act 2); with Vincenzo Bettoni, bass 

  3. “Per lui che adoro” (Act 2); with Nino Ederle, tenor; Carloe Scattola, bass; Vinvenzo Bettoni, bass 

  4. “Amiciin ogni evento” (Act 2) 

 

NOTE: VM-467 produced by Washington Records and notes; no credit 

 

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Washington Records ae produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

468 

469 David Amram: Dirge & Variaitons/ Sonata for Violin & Piano 

470 David Amram, Midhat Serbagi and more: Shakespearean Concerto 

 

WLP 

701 Leon Bibb: Oh, Freedom and Other Spirituals 

WLP-702
SONNY TERRY AND HIS MOUTH HARP

WLP-702

RLP12-644 SONNY TERRY AND HIS MOUTH HARP

Sonny Terry (vcl, hca)  Alec Stewart (vcl, g)

NYC; December 1953

Red River                                Elektra ELK 14    RLP12-644 

John Henry                                           -                        -

The Fox Chase                                     -                        -

Talking About the Blues                      -                         -

Goodbye Leadbelly                              -                        -

Moaning and Mourning Blues             -                        -

In the Evening                                      -                         -

Mama Told Me                                     -                         -

Louis Blues                                Elektra ELK 15           -

Chain The Lock On My Door              -                         -

Baby Baby Blues                                  -                        -  

Custard Pie                                            -                        -  

Kansas City                                           -                        -  

Old Woman Blues                                 -                        -  

Little Annie (1)                                      -

Down in The Bottom Blues (1)             -

Hard Luck Blues (1)                             -

I Woke Up This Morning                      -

Late One Saturday Evening                  -

 

NOTE: (1) A. Stewart on (vcl)

RLP12-644 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Marshall W/ Stearns. Recorded by Jac Holzman. 

Cover photo by .Lawrence Photo, design by Paul Bacon.

all 14 titles of RLP12-644 also on Washington W LP-702 “Sonny Terry and His Mouth Harp” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

WLP-703
VARIOUS: VOICE OF THE CONGO
TRIBAL MUSIC OF CENTRAL AFRICA

WLP-703

RLP-4002 VOICE OF THE CONGO : TRIBAL MUSIC OF CENTRAL AFRICA 

Music of the Belgian Congo and Ruanda-Urundi

Alan P. Merriam and his wife, Barbara made these recordings during an extended field trip taken in 1951 and 1952. 

Lobertine, Belgian Congo; 1951 – 52

Side 1 

  1. Bashi Men’s Social Dance Songs RLP-4002 

  2. Bashi Girl’s Song -

  3. Lobertina sung by Michael Fefe -

  4. Bashi Nzenze and voice -

  5. Bashi Mulizi -

  6. Trough Zithers – Bashi, Bahutu, Barundi -

  7. Barundi Work Songs -

  8. Batundi Girl’s Song -

  9. Batwa Ikembes -

  10. Lullabies – Bahutu-Barundi-Ekonda -

  11. Ruanda Musical Bow -

  12. Bahuru Girl’s Song -

Side 2 

  1. Royal Drums of the Abatutsi -, RLP12-112, SDP-11

  2. Abatutsi Ibiririmbo - - -

  3. Abatutsi Girl’s Song - - -

  4. Abatutsi Traditional Song - - -

  5. Batwa Male Voice -

  6. Batwa Horns and Drums -

  7. Bakoga Violin -

  8. Bahema Harp -

  9. Bambuti Elephant-Hunting Song -

  10. Abatutsi Bambuti Ikembe -

  11. Ekonda Women’s Song -

  12. Ekonda Orchestra -

  13. Ekonda Lokombi -

  14. Modern Congo Songs -

 

NOTE: RLP-4002 recorded and edited by Alan P. and Barbara; notes written by Alan Merriam. 

RLP12-112 “The Riverside History of Classic Jazz, Vol. 1 & 2: Backgrounds / Ragtime”; produced by Bill Grauer  

& Orrin Keepnews; tape editing by Ray Fowler (Reeves Sound Studios)

SDP-11 “The Riverside History of Classic Jazz” 5LPs box set; produced by Bill Grauer & Orrin Keepnews 

RLP-4002 reissued as Washington WLP-703 “Voice of the Congo Tribal Music of Central Africa” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

125 LaSalle Street New York 27, N.Y. 

WLP-704
DICK WEISSMAN – BILLY FAIER  ERIC WESSBERG 

FIVE STRING BANJO JAMBOREE/ THE TRESURY OF BANJO MUSIC

WLP-704

J-3017 BANJOS, BANJOS AND MORE BANJOS! 

Dick Weissman (bj, vcl-1)  Billy Faier (bj, vcl-2)  Eric Weissberg (bj, g, vcl-3)  Dick Rosmini(g, vcl-4)  

Frank Hamilton (g-5) Cue Recording Studios, NY; May 1957 

Side 1 

  1. Buck Dancer’s Choice (2, 3)                           J-3017 

  2. Little Birdie (1)                                                   -

  3. Glory, Glory (3,4)                                               -

  4. Old Joe Clark (2)                                                -

  5. Chilly Winds (1,3)                                              -

  6. East Tennessee Blues and Shout Lulu (1, 4)       -

  7. Pigtown Fling (2)                                                -

  8. Cape Cod Blues (1)                                             -

Side 2 

  1. Hard, Ain’t It Hard (3,4)                                     -

  2. Red Wing (2)                                                       -

  3. A Day in the Kentucky Mountains (1)                -

  4. You Can Dig My Grave (2,3)                             -

  5. Sourwood Mountains (1)                                    -

  6. 900 Miles (3,4)                                                    -

  7. Cripple Creek (2,5)                                             -

  8. Blue Goose 1)                                                     -

 

NOTE: J-3017 “Banjos, Banjos, and More Banjos!” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by John Greenway. 

Recorded by Mel Kaiser. Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

J-3017 reissued as Washington WLP-704 “Five String Banjo Jamboree”

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY 

LP-705
ED McCURDY: THE BALLAD RECORD 

WLP-705

RLP12-601 Ed McCurdy: THE BALLAD REOCRD 

Ed McCurdy (vcl, g)  March 21 & 29, 1955 

BRITISH BALLADS 

 Sir. Patrick Spens (Child #58)                       RLP-601

 The Three Ravens (Child #26)                            -

 The Twa Corbies (Child #26)                              -

 Get Up and Bar the Door (Child #275)               -

 Son Davie, Son Davie (Child #13)                      -

 The Unique Grave (Child #13)                            -

 The Uniquet Grave (Child #78)                           -

 The Bitter Withy                                                  -                

BRITISH BALLADS IN AMERICA 

 Crow Song (Child #26)                                       -

 Black Jack Davie (Child #200)                           -

 Old Bangum (Child #18)                                     -

 High Barbary                                                       -

BROADSIDE BALLADS 

 Brennan on the Moor                                           -

 William Glen                                                        -

 The Butcher Boy                                                  -

 The Poor and Single Sailor                                  -

AMERICAN BALLADS 

 Springfield Mountain                                           -

 John Henry                                                           -

 Canada I. O.                                                         -

 Naomi Wise                                                         -

 

NOTE: RLP12-601 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein and MaEdward Leach.; recorded by Jac Holzman. 

Cover by Paul Bacon. RLP12-601 reissued as Washington WLP-705 “The Ballad Record”

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS, Inc.

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N. Y. 

LP-706
OSCAR BRAND – JEAN RITHCIE: COUNTING AND RIDDLE SONGS 

WLP-706

RLP12-646 JEAN RITCHIE AND OSCAR BRAND: RIDDLE ME THIS: SING RIDDLE AND COURTING SONGS 

Jean Ritchie (dulcimer)  acc by Oscar Brand (g)  Dave Sears (bj) 

NYC; April 6, 1957 

The Cambric Shirt                            RLP-646

The Deaf Woman’s Courtship               -

I Will Give My Love an Apple              -

Marching Across the Green Grass         -

Riddle Me This                                      -

What Are Little Boys Made Of              -

Madam, Will You Walk                          -

Big Glass Doll                                        -

Soldier, Soldier                                       -

My Good Old Man                                 -

Jennie Jenkins                                         -

The Riddle Song                                     -

Pepper of Pins                                         -

Pretty Li’l Reckless                                -

Who Killed Cock Robin                         -

Billy Boy                                                -

 

NOTE: RLP12-646 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and recorded by Ritter and Lerner. 

Cover design by Paul Bacon and photograph by George Pickow. 

RLP12-646 reissued as Washington WLP-706 “Oscar Brand – Jean Ritchie: Counting and Riddle Songs” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

LP-707
OBRAY RAMSEY – BLUE RIDGE BANJO:
SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN FOLK SONGS 

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RLP12-617 SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN: FOLKSONGS AND BALLADS 

Artus Moser (vcl, g, dulcimer); (1)  Harry West (vcl, g, mand) and  Jeanie West (vcl, g); (2)  George Pegram (vcl, bj) 

and  Walter Parham (vcl, hca); (3)   Virgil Sturgil (vcl, dulcimer) (4)  Obray Ramsey (vcl, bj) (5) 

Recorded in Ashville; Swannanoa, North Cal., and NYC

Bonny Blue Eyes (1)                           RLP-617

Nine Pound Hammer (2)                           -

The Boston Burglar (3)                             -

Mountain for Chase (3)                             -

Banks of the Ohio (2)                                -

Devilish Mary (4)                                      -

Jim Gunter and the Steer (5)                      -

The Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea (1)         -

Bury Me Beneath the Willow (2)              -

I Went Up on the Mountain (1)                 -

Knoxville Girl (2)                                      -

I Am A Pilgrim (3)                                    -

Charles Guiteau (4)                                   -

Mole in the Ground                                   -

Wild Bill Jones (2)                                    -

Pickin’ and Blowin’ (3)                             -

The Cherry Tree Carol (1)                         -

On Top of Old Smoky (5)                          -

 

NOTE: RLP12-617 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Recorded by K. S. Goldstein and William A. Grant. Cover by Gene Gogerty. 

RLP12-617 reissued as Washington WLP-707 “Blue Ridge Banjo: Southern Mountain Folk Songs” 

 

RLP-617 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

WLP-708
GEOFFREY HOLDER: HYMN SONGS OF THE CARIBBEAN

WLP-708

J-3014 GEOFFREY HOLDER’S STEEL BAND: The strange and fascinating rhythms of the West Indies 

Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Band; Alfonso Marshall (guitar pan)  Rod Clavery (second pan)  Leonard Ryers (ping pong)  

Michael Alexander (ping pong)  Geoffrey Holder (leader, incidental timba drumming, sticks, and whistling by Holder)  

Trinidad Hummingbirds; Geoffrey Holder (vcl) and other members (chorus) added (A-2,5) (B-2,5) 

New York; April 21 and 26, 1954

SIDE 1

  1. Dragon Walk (1:36)                           RLP-8004     J-3014 

  2. Miss Lily White                                          -

  3. Cocoanuts (1:47)                                         -               -

  4. Arima Tonight (1:44)                                  -               -

  5. Invocation                                                   -

  6. La Bouet (2:33)                                           -               -

SIDE 2

  1. Tennessee Waltz (1:07                                -               -

  2. Sol Leve Woyo                                            -               -

  3. Mike’s Mambo                                            -

  4. Sali, Sali Water                                            -               -

  5. Pendant Moin dans l’Armee                        -

  6. Mambo Jambo (5:17)                                  -               -

 

NOTE: RLP-8004 Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Drum Trio” notes written by Robert L. Thompson. 

L-3014 “Geoffrey Holder’s Steel Band” produced by Bill Grauer and Orrin Keepnews. Notes written by Orrin Keepnews.

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photography by Paul Weller. 

J-1 “The Birth of a Label introducing JUDSON Records” edited by Ray fowler; re-recorded by Jack Matthews.

Cover designed by Paul Bacon. 

 

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JUDSON RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS

553 West 51st Street New York 19, NY 

WLP-709
EKONDA: TRAIBAL MUSIC OF THE BELGIAN CONGO

WLP-709

RLP-4006 EKONDA: TRIBAL MUSIC OF THE BELGIAN CONGO 

Belgian Congo; April and May 1952 

Side 1

 1. BOBONGO (song cycle: eleven songs)     RLP-4006 

Side 2 

    1. NSI                                                                    -

    2. NAKOBEKA                                                    -

    3. BOKUNGU                                                      -

    4. NTOLE BAYINTU                                          -

    5. EKOTO MBOLOKO                                        -

    6. LELA-LELA                                                     -

    7. BONGO                                                            -

    8. IKOKOLE                                                         -

    9. BOLOI                                                               -

  10.IYELI                                                                 -

  11.BILIMI                                                               -

 

NOTE: RLP-4006 edited by Alan P. and Barbara W. Merriam and notes written by Alan P. Merriam. .

Cover designed by Gene Gogerty; photo by Barbara W. Merriam.

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 

WLP-710
JOHN GREENWAY: THE BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAIN 

WLP-710

John Greenway (vcl,g)          New York(?); December 1955 

The Great American Bum            RLP-619 

Portland County Jail                           -

All Around the Water Tank                 -

The Wabash Cannonball                     -

Ramblin’                                             -

The Mild Mannered Man                   -

Hobo Bill’s Last Ride                         -

Bonneville Dam                                  -

Going Down the Road                        -

Mysteries of a Hobo’s Life                 -

The Big Rock Candy Mountain          -

Hard Travelin’                                     -

Dying Hobo                                        -

Jay Gould’s Daughter                         -

The Lehigh Valley                              -

Tramp, Tramp, Tram                           -

Acres of Clams                                   -

Hallellujah, I’m a Bum                       -

The Hobo’s Lullaby                            -

 

NOTE: RLP12-619 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Gene Gogerty. 

RLP12-619 reissued as Washington WLP-710. “The Big Rock Candy Mountain” 

RLP12-619 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 

WLP-711
EWAN MacCOLL: BRITISH ARMY SONGS

WLP-711

RLP12-642 Ewan MacColl BLESS ‘EM ALL 

Ewan MacColl (g, vcl) acc with Peggy Seeger (g-1, bj-2)  Jimmie Macgregoe (g-3)  Johnny Cole (hca-4)  

   Place and date; no credit 

Side 1 

1. Blues ‘Em All (3)(4)                                           RLP12-642 

2. Tel Me Boys, Have You Any Complaints (1)             -

3. The Dying Soldier (4)                                                 -

4. The ballad of Wadt Maktilla (3)(4)                             -

5. The Trooper Cut Down In His Prime (1)                    -

6. Gad Me Down My Prettycoat                                     -

7. All You Maidens Sweet and Kind (3)(4)                     -

8. Columbo (3)                                                                -

9.Seve Years in the Sand (1)                                           -

Side 2 

1. Join the British Army (1)                                             -

2. When this Ruddy War Is Over (4)                               -

3. The Second Front Song (2)                                         -

4. Browned Off (1)                                                          -

5. McKaffery                                                                   -

6. The Fortress Song (4)                                                  -

7. The D Day Dodgers (1)                                               -

8. On the Move (3)(4)                                                      -

9. The Ghost Army of Korea (1)                                      -

 

NOTE: Washington WLP-711 “British Army Songs” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and album designed by Ken Deardoff. 

RLP12-642 “Bless ‘Em All” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Ewan MacColl. 

Washington WLP-711; reissued from RLP12-642 

WLP-711 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-712
GOOD OLD MOUNTAINDEW: BANJO SONGS

of the Southern Mountains 

WLP-712

RLP 12-610 BANJO SONGS OF THE SOUTHERN MOUNTAINS

Obray Ramsey (bj, vcl) Henry Gentry (g) (Side 1, #1; Side 2 #1 and 6) (1)

George Pegram (bj, vcl) Walter Parham (hca) (Side 1, #2, 4 and 6; Side 2, #4 and 8. Side 2, #2: banjo solo by Pegram (2) 

Harry West (bj)  Jeanie West (g, vcl) (Side1, #3; Side 2, #3, 5 and 7. Side 1, #5and 8:  (3) same instrumentation, with Vocal duets 

by the Wests.) “Aunt” Samantha Bumgarner (bj, vcl) (Side 1 #7; Side 2, #9) (4) 

    Asheville, N. C., and New York City; date unknown 

Little Maggie (1)                                  RLP12-610 

Cripple Greek (2)                                         -

Keep My Skillet Good and Greasy (3)         -

Old Reuben (2)                                             -

Careless Love (3)                                         -

John Henry (2)                                              -

Way Down on the Island (4)                         -

Awake, Awake Ye Drowsy Sleepers (3)        -

Poor Little Ellen (1)                                      -

Arkansas Traveller (2)                                  -

The Boston Burglar (3)                                 -

Good Old Mountain Dew (2)                        -

Lost John (3)                                                 -

Pretty Polly (1)                                              -

Finger Ring (3)                                              -

Cumberland Gap (2)                                      -

Fly Around, My Pretty Little Miss (4)           -

 

NOTE: RLP12-610 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Recorded by Kenneth S. Goldstein and William A. Grant. 

Cover design by “Darth” and photographed by Charles Preissler

RLP12-610 reissued as Washington WLP-712 “Good Old Mountain Dew” cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 

713 Manolo Caracol: A History of Cante Flamenco 

714 Manolo Caracol: A History of Cante Flamenco

WLP-715
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH ANDSCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 1)

WLP-715

RLP12-621 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

Lord Randall (Child #12) (1)                                        RLP12-621, S-2

The Devil and the Ploughman (Child #278) (2)              -

The Laird o’ Drum (Chil #”36) (1)                                  -

Herod and the Cock (Chil #55) (2)                                  -

Thomas Rhymer (Child #37) (1)                                     -

Our Goodman (Child #274) (1)                                       -

The Unqiet Grave (Child #78) (2)                                   -

Minorie (Child #10) (1)                                                   -

Hind Horn (Child #17) (1)                                               -

 

NOTE: RLP12-621/2 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume I” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-621 reissued as Washington WLP-715(Vol. 1) 

 

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WLP-716
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 2)

WLP-716

RLP12-622 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

Eppie Morrie (1)                      RLP12-622

Sir Hugh (2)                                      -

The Shepherd Lad (1)                       -

Robin Hood and the Tanner (2)        -

Richie Story (1)                                 -

Get Up and Bar the Door (1)            -

The Outlandish Knight (2)                -

The Bonnie Hoose o’ Airlie (1)         -

The Rantin Laddie (1)                       -

 

NOTE: RLP12-621/2 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume I” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-621 reissued as Washington WLP-716 (Vol. 2) 

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WLP-717
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 3)

WLP-717

RLP12-623 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

The Broomfield Hill (Child #43) (1)                  RLP12-623

The Prickly Bush (Child #95) (2)                               -

Johnnie O’Breadisley (Child #114) (1)                      -

George Collins (Child #85) (2)                                   -

The Trooper and the Maid (Child #299) (1)               -

The Cooper O’Fife (Child #277) (1)                          -

Fair Margaret and Sweet William (Child #74) (2)      -

Glasgow Peggie (Child #228) (1)                               -

The Broom of Cowdenknowes (Child #217) (1)        -

 

NOTE: RLP12-623/4 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume II” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-623 reissued as Washington WLP-717(Vol. 3) 

 

RLP12-623/4 

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WLP-718
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 4)

WLP-718

RLP12-624 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

The Keach in the Creel (Child #281) (1)                RLP12-624

Georgie (Child #209) (2)                                                 -

The Jolly Beggar (Child #279) (1)                                  -

Lord Bateman (Child #53) (2)                                         -

My Son David (Child #13) (1)                                        -

Sir Patrick Spens (Child #58) (1)                                    -

The Knight and the Shepherd’s Daughter ( - #11) (2)     -

Bawbee Allan (Child #84) (1)                                          -

RobinHood and the Bold Pedlar (Child #132) (2)           -

 

NOTE: RLP12-623/4 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume II” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-624 reissued as Washington WLP-718 (Vol. 4) 

 

RLP12-623/4

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WLP-719
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 5)

WLP-719

RLP12-625 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

The Battle of Harlaw (1) (#163)                           RLP12-625

The Dover Sailor (2) (#295)                                          -

Amang the Blue Flowers and the Yellow (1) (#25)       -

The Golden Vanity (2) (#286)                                        -

The Douglas Tragedy (1) (#7)                                        -

The Dowie Dens o’ Yarrow (1) (#214)                           -

Robin Hood and the Bishop of Hereford (2) (#144)      -

The Gairdner Child (1) (#219)                                       -

Gil Morice (1) (#83)                                                       -

 

NOTE: RLP12-625/6 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume III” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-625 reissued as Washington WLP-719(Vol. 5) 

 

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WLP-720
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 6)

WLP-720

RLP12-626 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

The Crafty Farmer (1) (#283)                               RLP12-626

Gipsies-O (2) (#200)                                                      -

Land Johnnie More (1) (#251)                                       -

Long Lankin (2) (#93)                                                   -

The Beggar Laddie (1) (#280)                                       -

Rob Roy (1) (#225)                                                        -

The Cherry-Tree (2) (#54)                                             -

The Heir O’Lynne (1) (#267)                                         -

Hughie the Graeme (1) (#191)                                       -

 

NOTE: RLP12-625/6 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume III” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-626 reissued as Washington WLP-720 (Vol. 6) 

 

RLP12-625/6

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WLP-721
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 7)

WLP-721

RLP12-627 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

Jock the Leg (1) (#282)                                       RLP12-627

The Daemon Lover (2) (#243)                                    -

The Earl of Aboyne (1) (#235)                                    -

Scarborough Fair (2) (#2)                                            -

Lord Gregory (1) (#76)                                               -

The Bonnie Earl o’ Murray (1) (#181)                        -

Henry Martin (2) (#250)                                              -

Clyde’s Water (1) (#216)                                             -

The Lover’s Chost (2) (#248)                                      -

 

NOTE: RLP12-627/8 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume IV” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-627 reissued as Washington WLP-721(Vol. 7) 

 

RLP12-627/8

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WLP-722
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 8)

WLP-722

RLP12-628 EWAN MacCOLL AND A. L. LLOYD (Folklore series)

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2) details unknown

    c. 1956

The Burning o’ Auchendoun (1)                       RLP12-628

The Banks of Green Willow (2)                                -

Bessie Bell and Mary Gray (1)                                  -

Bold Sir Rylas (2)                                                      -

Captain Wedderburn’s Courtship (1)                         -

Captain Ward and the Rainbow (1)                           -

Dives and Lazarus (2)                                                -

The Cruel Mother (1)                                                 -

Lord Thomas and Fair Eleanor (2)                            -

 

NOTE: RLP12-627/8 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (The Child Ballads) Volume IV” 

Produced in association with The Folklore Press and edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

RLP12-628 reissued as Washington WLP-722(Vol. 8) 

 

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WLP-723
EWAN MacCOLL:
THE ENGLISH AND SCOTISH POPULAR BALLADS (Vol. 9)

WLP-723

RLP12-629 EWAN MaCOLL

Ewan MaCool (vcl, g-1)  A.L. Lloyd (vcl-2)

    place and date; no credit 

The Bitter Withy (2)                                               RLP12-629

Lang A-Growing (1)                                                        -

The Bramble Briar (2)                                                     -

Down in Yon Forest (2)                                                   -

The Bold Fisherman (2)                                                   -

The Blind Beggar’s Daughter of Bethnal Green (1)        -

Six Dukes Went A-Fishing (2)                                         -

The Shooting of His Dear (2)                                          -

 

NOTE: RLP12-629 “The English and Scottish Popular Ballads” edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Cover by Darth. 

WLP-723 reissued as Washington WLP-723 (Vol. 9)

 

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WLP-724
EWAN MacCOLL: WHALING BALLADS 

WLP-724

RLP12-635 EWAN MacCOLL and A. L. LLOYD: THAR SHE BLOWS! WJALING BALLADS AND SONGS 

Ewan MacColl (vcl-1)  A. L. Lloyd (vcl-2)  acc by Peggy Seeger (bj, g)  John Cole (hca)

    place and date no credit (1957?) 

Sperm Whale Fishery (2)                                  RLP12-635 

Blood Red Roses (1) (2)                                            -

Farewell to Tarwathie (1)                                          -

The Eclipse (2)                                                          -

The Cold Coast of Greenland (1)                              -

The Twenty-Third of March (2)                                -

The Coast of Peru (2)                                                -

We’ll Rant and We’ll Roar (1)                                  -

Reuben Ranzo (1) (2)                                                -

The Bonny Ship the Diamond (1)                             -

The Cruel Ship’s Captain (2)                                    -

Off to Sea Once More (1)                                          -

Heave Away, My Johnny (1) (2)                                -

Paddy and the Whale (1)                                           -

Greenland Bound (2)                                                 -

 

NOTE: RLP12-635 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by A .L. Lloyd. 

cover designed by Paul Bacon and illustration from a Currier and Ives lithograph. 

RLP-635 reissued as Washington WLP-724 “Ewan MacColl: Whaling Ballads” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street New York 36, N.Y. 

WLP-725
MERRICK JARRETT: TH EOLD CHISHOLM TRAIL 

WLP-725

RLP12-631 MERRICK JARRETT: THE OLD CHISHOLM TRAIL AND OTHR TRADITIONAL SONGS OF THE OLD WEST 

Merrick Jarrett (vcl, g)

    Hallmark Studios, Toronto, Canada; May 1956 

The Old Shisholm Trail 

When the Work’s All Done This Fall 

The Cowboy’s Dream 

The railroad Corral 

High Chin Bob 

I’m a Poor Lonesome Cowboy 

The Cowboy’s Dance Song 

Cowboy Jack 

The Gal I Left Behind Me 

Roy Bean 

Little Joe the Wrangler 

The Roan 

 Lone Star Trail 

The Strawberry 

Utah Caroll 

All Day on the Prairie 

 

NOTE: RLP12-631 edited Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Edith Fowke. Cover Gene Gogerty. 

RLP12-631 reissued as Washington WLP-725 “The Old Chisholm Trail” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, NY

WLP-726

WLP-726
RUTH RUBIN: YIDDISH LOVE SONGS 

RLP12-647 RUTH RUBIN: YIDDISH LOVE SONGS 

Ruth Rubin (vcl)  acc by Fred Hellerman (g) 

    Cue Recording Studios, New York; June 1957 

Side.1

 1. Shpilt-zhe (Play for Me) 

 2. Gitare (Guitar) 

 3. Shvern Shver Ich Dir (I Vow to You) 

 4. Vos Vilstu Muter Hobn? (Mother, Why Do You Torment Me?) 

 5. Fishelech Koyf (To Buy Some Fish) 

 6. Ich Fir a Libe (I Am in Love) 

 7. Tsvey Taybelech (Two Little Turtledoves) 

 8. Sheltn Shelt Ich dem Tog (I Curse the Day) 

 9. Avu Biztu Geven? (Where Have You Been?) 

Side.2

 1. Hostu Mich Lib (If You Love Me) 

 2. Forn Forstu Fun Mir Avek (You Are Leaving Me) 

 3. Ale Vasserlech (All the Rivulets) 

 4 .Tumbalalayka 

 5.Papir Iz Doch Vays (Paper is White) 

 6. Her Oys, Du Meydele (Listen, Little Maiden) 

 7. Baym Obsheyd (At Parting) 

 8. Oyfn Yam (On the Sea) 

 9. Shtil di Nacht Iz Oysgeshternt (Silent, the Starry Night) 

 

NOTE: RLP12-647 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Ruth Rubin; recorded by Mel Kaiser. 

Cover design by Paul Bacon and illustration from a Kaethe Kollwitz drawing; courtesy New York Public Library.

RLP-647 reissued as Washington WLP-726 “Yiddish Love Songs” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-727
PAUL CLAYTO:
BRITISH AND AMERICAN MURDER AND BALLADS 

WLP-727

RLP12-615 PAUL CLAYTON: BLOODY BALLADS      Classic British and American Murder Ballads 

    Paul Clayton (vcl, g) place no credit; May 1956 

Pearl Bryan (2:23)                            RLP12-615     WLP-727     S-2

The Bankc of the Ohio (3:23)                    -                     -

Stackolee (1:36)                                         -                     -

The Two brothers (3:09)                            -                     -

The Brookfield Murder (1:44)                   -                     -

Rose Connoley (1:38)                                -                     -

Jellon Grame (5:17)                                   -                     -

Omie Wise (3:10)                                      -                     -

The Suncook Town Tragedy (2:09)            -                     -

Poor EllenSmith (1:59)                              -                     -

The Miller’s Boy (3:03)                             -                     -

Delia (2:16)                                                -                     -

Pretty Polly (3:06)                                     -                     -

The Cruel Mother (4:24)                           -                     -

John Hollin (2:09)                                      -                     -

TomDula (3:47)                                          -                     -

Edward (2:18)                                             -                     -

Lula Viers (1:50)                                         -                     -

 

NOTE: RLP12-615 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein and Paul Clayton. Cover by Gene Gogerty. 

RLP12-615 reissued as Washington WLP-727.

WLP-727 “Paul Clayton: British and American Murder Ballads” designed by Ken Deardoff. 

S-2 “Riverside Folk Song Sampler” Produced and recorded by Kenneth S. Goldstein

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are produced by BILL GRAUER Inc.

235 West 46th Street New York 36, New York 

WLP-728
CUBAN FESTIVAL: TRADITIONAL DANCE MUSIC OF CUBA

WLP-728

RLP-4005 FESTIVAL IN HAVANA: FOLK MUSIC OF CUBA 

personal; no credit

    Havana; Spring 1956 

Side 1 

    1. Tumbando Cana (Conga) 

    2. El Barracon (Conga) 

    3. Consuelate Como Yo (Rumba Guaganco) 

    4. Dondon EStabas Anoche (Rumba Guaganco) 

    5. Ultima Rumba (Rumba Guaganco) 

    6.La Chambelona (Conga Liberal) 

Side 2 

    1. Tumba la Cana (Conga Conservatore) 

    2. Siento un Bombo (Conga) 

    3. Desengano de los Roncos (Rumba Guaganco) 

    4. Malanga (Rumba Columbia) 

    5. Ava Maria Morena (Rumba Yambo) 

    6. Mirala Que Linda Viene (Conga) 

 

NOTE: RLP-4005 produced by Bill Grauer under the technical supervision of Odilio Urfe and the Instituto Musical de Investigacions Folkloricas. 

Notes by Odilio Urfe translated by E. G Aghib; adapted by Orrin Keepnews. Cover designed by Gene Gogerty. 

RLP-4005 reissued as Washington WLP-728 & Judson L-3011.

WLP-728 produced by Bill Grauer. Cover-Paul Bacon photo- Paul Weller.arr by Ignacio Pineiro. 

Instituto Musical De Investigations Folklore, Udilio Ulfe. Recorded in Havana, Cuba, Spring 1956.

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y. 

WLP-729
GEOFFREY MOORE: THE LAST RISE OF SUMMER

IRISH MELODIES OF THOMAS MOORE 

WLP-729

Geoffrey Moore (vcl)  acc by Ruth Kelly (p, harpsichord) 

    Place and date; no credit 

Side 1 

   1. The Minstrel Boy 

   2. The Origin of the Harp 

   3. She Is Far from the Land 

   4. Oh, ‘Tis Sweet to Think 

   5. As Vanquished Erin 

   6. Believe Me, If All those Endering Ypung Charms 

   7. The Meeting of the Waters 

Side 2

   1. Oh Arranmore, Loved Arranmore 

   2. Bendermeer’s Stream 

   3. Oft in the Stilly Night 

   4. The Harp That Once Through Tara’s Halls 

   5. Tis the Last Rose of Summer 

   6. Eveleen’s Bower 

   7. Tho’ the Last Glimpose of Erin 

   8. Love’s Young Dream 

NOTE: WLP-729 produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by K. S. Goldstein and Georffrey Moore. 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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Washington Records are produced by Bill Grauer Producitons, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, New York 

WLP-730
FRANCOISE PREVOST: FOLK SONGS FRANCE 

WLP-730

L-3008 FRANCOISE PREVOST  

Francoise Prevost (French vcl) acc by Luc Poret (g) 

    Cue Recording Studios, NYC; May 30, 1957 

Side 1 

   1. Carthagene                                                  Judson L-3008 

   2. La Fille de Labourou                                             -

   3. Trois Jeunes Tambours                                          -

   4. Chevaliers de la Table Ronde                                -

   5. Nous Irons a Valparaiso                                         -

   6. V’la l’bon Vent                                                      -

   7. Chansons Enfantines:                                            -                     J-1

Au Clair de la Lune; Frere Jacques; 

Meunier tu Dors; Sur le Pont D’Avignon; 

Savez Planter les Choux 

   8. Le Mariage Anglais                                                -

Side 2 

   1. Le Prisonier de Nantes                                           -

   2. Jean Francois                                                         -

   3. Mon Capitaine                                                       -

   4. Troupiau                                                                -

   5. Passant par Paris                                                    -

   6. Complainte de Mandrin                                         -

   7. Gentil Conquelicot                                                 -

   8. Lison                                                                      -

   9. Le Pauvre Conscrit                                                -

 

NOTE: L-3008 “Chanson Populaires Francaises” produced by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Jean Volme. 

Recording engineer; Mel Kaiser and Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph from Magnum Photos. 

“Au Clair de la Lune” also on JUDSON J-1 “The Birth of a Label introducing JUDSON Records” edited by Ray Fowler and 

re-recorded by Jack Matthews. Cover by Paul Bacon. 

L-3008 reissued as Washington WLP-730.

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

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WLP-731
MARGARET BARRY: SONGS FROM THE HILL OF DONEGAL 

WLP-731

RLP12-602 MARGARET BARRY: IRISH TINKER LADY 

STREET SONGS AND ABLLADS SUNG BY MARGARET BARRY 

Margaret Barry (vcl, bj) acc by Jimmy Cleary (bj) 

    NYC(?); March 10, 1955 

She Moves Through the Fair                          RLP12-602 

The Cycling Champion of Ulster                             -

The Factory Girl                                                       -

The Hills of Donegal                                                -

The Turfman from Ardee                                          -

Moses Ritoorel-i-ay                                                  -

My Lagan Love                                                         -

The Galway Shawl                                                    -

The Bold Fenian Men                                               -

The Flower of Sweet Strabane                                  -

The Cottage with the Horseshoe O’er the Door        -

Belfast Hornpipe (bj duet)                                         -

 

NOTE: RLP12-602 edited by Kenneth S/. Goldstein and notes written by Kenneth Goldstein and Ewan MacColl. 

Recorded by Ewan MacColl and cover by Darth. 

RLP12-602 reissued as Washington WLP-731 “Songs from the Hills of Donegal” cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

RLP12-602 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

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WLP-732
HILLEL AND AVIVA: ISRAELI SONGS

WLP-732

RLP 12-803 LAND OF MILK AND HONEY Israeli Songs, sung and played by HILLEL AND AVIVA

Hillel (vcl, challil: shepherd’s pipe)  Aviva (vcl, Tof Miriam: made of goat skin) 

    Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; May 16, 1956 

To the Spring (2:18) (Lama – Ayan)  

My Beloved Is from the Vinyards of Ain-Gedi (3:07) (Dodi Li Becharma Ain-Gedi) 

The Shepherd’s Pipe (2:25) (He-Challil) 

On the Mountains (2:32) (Al Harim) 

The Cowboys from Lachish (4:09) (Bokrai Lachish) 

Twilight (2:36) (Bain – Arbaim) 

Caravan in the Mountains (3:31) (Shayeret Becharim) 

The Land of Milk and Honey (3:00) (EretzZavat – Chalav Udvash) 

My Field (3:07) (Sh’demeti) 

Not Day and Not Night (2:25) (Hu Lo Yom Velo Lila) 

The Field in the Valley (2:36) (Sadot She-Baemek) 

Who Comes to Meet Me? (2:21) (Mezot Likrati Ola) 

David Among the Roses (2:29) (Ve David Yefeh Ainaim) 

Shepherd’s Song (2:36) (Challil Ro-Im) 

The Sheep Bells (1:45) (Pa-Amonai Hatzon) 

She Drives Me Crazy (3:31) (Dhenantini)

 

NOTE: RLP12-803 produced and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Recorded by Jack Higgins.

Cover designed by Gene Gogerty and photograph by Lawrence photo studio. 

RLP12-803 reissued as Washington WLP-732 “Hillel and Aviva: Israeli Songs” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

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WLP-733
EWAN MacCOLL: SCOTS FOLK SONGSS 

WLP-733

RLP12-609 EWAN MacCOLL: SCOTS FOLK SONGS 

Ewan MacColl (vcl)  acc by Alf Edwards (concertina)  Brian Daly (g) 

    Place and date: unknown 

The Barnyards o’ Delgaty                        RLP12-609 

Roy’s Wife of Aldivalloch                                -

The Reel o’ Stumpie                                         -

Davie Faa                                                          -

Tail Toddle                                                        -

Charlie, O Charlie                                             -

Nicky Tams                                                       -

The Wee, Wee German Lairdie                         -

Friendless Mary                                                -

Johnnie Lad                                                       -

Kissin’s No Sin                                                 -

Maggie Lauder                                                  -

The Highland Muster Roll                                -

The Wars o’ Germany                                       -

Johnnie Cope                                                    -

Lassie wi’ the Yellow Coatie                            -

The Bonnie Lass o’ Fyvie                                 -

 

NOTE: RLP12-609 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Ewan MacColl. Cover by “Darth.” 

RLP12-609 reissued as Washington WLP-733 “Scots Folk Songs” cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

734 Various, Burry Me Beneath the Willow: A Treasury of Southern Folk Songs and Ballads 

WLP-735

WLP-735
JOHN RUNGE: ENGLISH FOLK SONGS – OLD AND OLDER

Sung by JOHN RUNGE accompanying himself on guitar 

John Runge (vcl, g)

    recording place and date; no credit (1957?)

Little Sir William                                  RLP12-814 

Old Daddy Fox                                              -

Poor Old Horse                                              -

The Foggy Dew                                             -

Turmut Hoein’                                                -

The Lady and the Swine                                -

Joe, the Carrier Lad                                        -

Sylvie                                                             -

The Three Crows                                            -

The Mermaid                                                  -

The Water Is Wide                                          -

Barley Mow                                                    -

I Will Give My Love an Apple                      -

Sucking Cider Through a Straw                     -

Geordie                                                           -

The clucking Hen                                           -

Soldier, Soldier                                               -

Star, News, Standard                                      -

 

NOTE: RLP12-814 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Notes also by John Runge. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Paul Weller. 

RLP12-814 reissued as Washington WLP-735 “English Folk Songs – Old and Older” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-736

WLP-736
BASCOM LAMAR LUNCEFORD:
MINSTREL OF THE APPALACHIANS

RLP12-645 BASCOM LAMAR LUNSFORD: MINSTREL OF THE APPALACHIANS 

Bascom Lamar Lunsford (vcl, bj)  assisted by Freda English (g) 

    Place no credit; September 1956 

Poor Jesse James                                                      RLP645 

Go to Italy                                                                      -

The Merry Golden Tree (Child #286)                            -

I Shall Not Be Moved                                                    -

The Derby Ram                                                              -

The Old Ma from the North Country (Child #10)         -

The Miller’s Will                                                           -

Sundown                                                                        -

Fly Around, My Blue-Eyed Girl                                    -

Black Jack Davy (Child #200)                                       -

Weeping Willow Tree                                                     -

Swing Low, Chariot                                                        -

The Sailor on the Deep Blue Sea                                   -

John Henry                                                                     -

 

NOTE: RLP12-645 edited and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Recorded by Paul Clayton. 

Cover design by Paul Bacon and photograph by Juanita Wilson. 

RLP12-645 reissued as Washington WLP-736 “Bascom Lamar Lunceford: Minstrel of the Appalachians” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-737

WLP-737
A.L. LLOYD: STREET SONGS OF ENGLAND 

A. L. Lloyd (vcl)  acc by Alf Edwards (concertina) 

    Place and date; unknown (1956?) 

The Indian Lass                                                    RLP12-614

The Oxford Tragedy                                                     -

The Girl with the Box on Her Head                             -

The Unfortunate Rake                                                  -

The Bonny Bunch of Roses                                          -

The Death of Bill Brown                                              -

Jackie Munroe                                                              -

The Bloody Gardener                                                   -

The Cockfight                                                               -

The Grand Conversation on Napoleon                         -

The Dark-Eyed Sailor                                                   -

Died for Love                                                               -

 

NOTE: all 12 titles also on Washington WLP-737

RLP12-614 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by A. L. Lloyd. Cover by Gene Gogerty. 

WLP-737 “Street Songs of England”

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCTIONS 

418 West 49th Street New York 19, N.Y.

VM-738

VM-738
EWAN MacCOLL: SWEET SONGS OF SCOTLAND

Ewan MacColl (vcl, g)  acc by Alf Edwards (concertina) 

    Place and date; no credit 

Side 1 

   1. To the Begginng I Will Go (2:35)                    VM-738 

   2. The Brewer’s Daughter (2:40)                                - 

   3. Fitba’ Crazy (1:12)                                                  -

   4. The Lion’s Den (4:53)                                             -

   5. Jamie Raeburn’s Farewell (3:52)                            -

   6. The Butcher Boy (3:54)                                          -

   7. The Bonnie Bunch of Rose (5:26)                          -

Side 2 

   1. The Banks of Sweet Dundee (2:46)                        -

   2. Miss Brown (2:12)                                                  -

   3. Cock O’ the Midden (0:17)                                     -

   4. My Last Farewell to Stirling (3:19)                         -

   5. The Sheffield Apprentice (5:54)                              -

   6. Come All Ye Tramps and Hawkers (2:12)               -

   7. MacPherson’s Lament (5:07)                                   -

   8. Van Diemen’s Land (2:52)                                       -

 

NOTE: VM-738 reissued from RLP12-612 “Scots Street Songs” 

VM-738 edited by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Ewan MacColl. Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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Washington Records are produced by Bill Grauer Productions, Inc. 

235 West 46th Street, New York 36, New York 

WLP-740

739

WLP-740
BIILY FAIER: TRAVELLIN’ MAN

RLP 12-657 BILLY FAIER: Travelin’ Man 

Billy Faier (vcl, g, bj) Accompanying himself on banjo, or on guitar (on Side 1, #3 and 6, Side 2, #3 and 5 only) 

Side 1, #2 and 5, and Side 2, #6 are instrumental (banjo) solos 

    Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; August 1958

Travelin’ Man                                                   RLP-657 

The Downfall of Paris                                            -

Billy the Kid                                                           -

Bahaman Lullaby                                                   -

Wind in the Trees                                                   -

The Dying British Sargent                                     -

The Great Assembly                                               -

The Galveston Flood                                              -

Soldier’s Joy                                                           -

Miner’s Lifeguard                                                  -

Pay Day at Coal Greek                                           -

Nine Pound Hammer                                             -

Diane’s Reel                                                           -

The Hell Bound Train                                            -

 

NOTE: RLP12-657 produced by Bill Grauer and recorded by Jack Higgins. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Mel Sokolsky. 

RLP12-657 reissued as Washington WLP740 “Billy Faier: Travellin’ Man” cover designed and photo by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-741

WLP-741
OHELA HALEVY: NEW SONGS OF ISRAEL

RLP12-836 OHELA HALEVY: VOICE OF ISRAEL 

Ohela Halevy (vcl) acc by Nathan Mishori (fl-1)  Gil Aldema (accordion-2, p-3, celeste-4)  Joseph Sakiny (g-5)  

   Shai K. Ophir (Miriam drs-6)

    Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; c. late 1961

Shibolim (1:48)                            Washington VM-741

Mul Haar Sinai (1:41)                                          -

Mechol Hakerem (2:39)                                       -

Zemer Ikarim (1:26)                                             -

Shirat Hashomer (1) (3:22)                                   -

Zichrini (1) (3) (3:35)                                            -

Tze’I Lach (1) (4) (6) (3:31)                                 -

Hen Efshar (5) (2:27)                                            -

Hinach Yafa (6) (2:02)                                          -

   Ruth Riklis (perc) replaces J. Sakiny

Metzia (2:16)                               Washington VM-741

Rachel (3:48)                                                         -

Uri Guri (3:35)                                                      -

Gamelet (3:32)                                                       -

 

NOTE: RLP12-836 produced by Orrin Keepnews, Recorded by Jack Higgins and mastered by Jack Matthews. 

Cover design by Paul Bacon and photograph by Melvin Sokolsky. Back liner photo by Lawrence Shustak. 

RLP12-836 also RLP-1132 (stereo) and reissued as Washington VM-741 “Ohela Halevy: New Songs of Israel” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-742

WLP-742
ANITA SHEER: FLAMENCO 

RLP 12-829 ANITA SHEER: SHEER FLAMENCO! (flamenco) 

Annita Sheer (vcl, g) assisted by Teresita LaTana (castanets and dancing - 1); Osvalso Baez, (dancing 2) 

    Reeves Sound Studios, NYC; June 1958

Sevillanas (1) (2:31)                                    RLP12-829 

Pena, Tengo, Pena (3:39)                                      -

Jota (1:48)                                                             -

Anda Jaleo (1) (2:29)                                            -

Tarantas (3:57)                                                      -

Malaguena (2:25)                                                  -

Lerele (2:16)                                                         -

El Tran-Tran (1) (2) (3:30)                                    -

Asturias (2:50)                                                      -

Zambrilla (2:22)                                                    -

Eres Alta y Delgda (2:50)                                     -

Fandangos (1) (2) (3:30)                                       -

 

NOTE: RLP12-829 produced by Orrin Keepnews and notes written by Kenneth S. Goldstein. Recorded by Jack Higgins. 

Cover designed by Paul Bacon and photograph by Jack Manning. 

RLP12-829 reissued as Washington WLP-742 “Anita Sheer: Flamenco” 

 

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RIVERSIDE RECORDS are released by BILL GRAUER PRODUCITONS 

553 West 51st Street New York 19, N.Y.

WLP-743

WLP-743
GEORGE PEGRAM & WALTER PARHAM: RICKIN’ AND BLOWIN’ 

RLP12-650 GEORGE PEGRAM AND WALTER PARHAM: PICKIN’ AND BLOWIN’ 

George Pegram (vcl, bj)  Walter Parham (vcl-1, mouth harp)

    South Turkey Creek, Leicester, North Carolina; August 1957 

Old Pattler (2:06)                                             RLP12-650 

The Wreck of the Old 97 (1:58)                                -

Lost John (1:44)                                                        -

Georgia Buck (2:25)                                                  -

Cackling Hen (2:00)                                                  -

Sourwood Mountain (1:44)                                       -

Wildwood Flower (1:17)                                           -

Down in the Valley (2:26)                                         -

Fly Around MY Pretty Little Miss (1) (1:12)            -

Roll on Buddy (1:26)                                                 -

Old Joe Clark (2:20)                                                  -

The Dowfall of Paris (1:18)                                       -

Will the Circle Be Unbroken (3:17)                          -

Listen to the Mocking Bird (1:40)                             -

Johnson’s Old Grey Mule (2:02)                               -

Chicken Reel (1:07)                                                   -

Turkey in the Straw (1:27)                                         -

Foggy Mountain Top (1) (1:54)                                 -

 

NOTE: RLP12-650 produced and recorded by Kenneth S. Goldstein and notes written by Robert Black. 

Cover design by Paul Bacon and photo by Lawrence Photo. 

RLP12-650 reissued as Washington VM-743 “George Pegram and Walter Parham: Pickin’ and Blowin’” 

Cover designed by Ken Deardoff. 

 

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