Harry Smith ‎– Anthology Of American Folk Music Volume Two: Social Music

Folkways Records ‎– FA 2952
Anthology Of American Folk Music – Volume Two Social Music
2 × Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue


A1 Uncle Bunt Stephens Sail Away Lady 2:58
A2 Jilson Setters The Wild Wagoner 3:17
A3 Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers Wake Up Jacob 2:55
A4 Delma Lachney And Blind Uncle Gaspard La Danseuse 2:56
A5 Andrew And Jim Baxter* Georgia Stomp 2:47
A6 Eck Robertson And Family Brilliance Medley 3:01
A7 Hoyt "Floyd" Ming And His Pep-Steppers Indian War Whoop 3:13
B1 Henry Thomas Old Country Stomp 2:55
B2 Jim Jackson (2) Old Dog Blue 3:04
B3 Columbus Fruge Saut Crapaud 2:49
B4 Joseph Falcon Acadian One-Step 3:00
B5 Breaux Freres* Home Sweet Home 3:00
B6 The Cincinnati Jug Band* Newport Blues 2:58
B7 Frank Cloutier And The Victoria Cafe Orchestra Moonshiner's Dance Part One 2:40
C1 Rev. J. M. Gates You Must Be Born Again 1:31
C2 Rev. J. M. Gates Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting 1:29
C3 Alabama Sacred Harp Singers Rocky Road 2:44
C4 Alabama Sacred Harp Singers Present Joys 2:53
C5 Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1 This Song Of Love 2:58
C6 Rev. Sister Mary Nelson Judgement 2:25
C7 Memphis Sanctified Singers He Got Better Things For You 2:54
C8 Elders McIntorsh And Edwards' Sanctified Singers Since I Laid My Burden Down 3:19
D1 Rev. Moses Mason* John The Baptist 3:05
D2 Bascom Lamar Lunsford Dry Bones 3:00
D3 Blind Willie Johnson John The Revelator 3:21
D4 The Carter Family Little Moses 3:14
D5 Ernest Phipps And His Holiness Singers Shine On Me 3:03
D6 Rev. F.W. McGhee* Fifty Miles Of Elbow Room 2:43
D7 Rev. D.C. Rice And His Sanctified Congregation In The Battlefield For My Lord 3:20



Reissue of 1952 release.
This reissue has a Ben Shahn photo of a depression-era farmer on the front of the box instead of the original "Celestial Monochord" artwork. This has grey, red & white artwork, different from other 1967 releases as well as different address info listed for Folkways.

Includes a 28 -page black & white booklet covering all the songs, artist information and archive references of the whole "Anthology" series done by Harry Smith.

Library of Congress Card Catalogue #R 58-612
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