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Addiss and Crofut Steve Addiss, Bill Crofut. Popular Covers by Addiss & Crofut. Willow Weep for Me. Originally by Ted Fiorito & His Orchestra. Released on Such Interesting People (1963). The Whale (Greenland Whale Fisheries). Originally by (unknown).
Other younger musicians such as Bill Evans, Wes Montgomery, Gerry Mulligan and Jimmy Smith recorded extensively for the label during this period. Verve Folkways (see Verve Forecast) established by Taylor as a subsidiary is not tabulated here either. However, Frank Zappa's Lumpy Gravy (8741), and an album by Alan Lorber (8711) are to be found here. The most recent recordings issued (and listed here) date from 1973, with organist Jimmy Smith accompanied by an orchestra under Thad Jones (8832), and Casting Pearls by the blues-rock formation Mill Valley Bunch (8825). Steve Addiss and Bill Crofut. Such Interesting People.
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Such Interesting People, Such Interesting People, Verve V6-8519, LP (1963), trk 5. Suliram, Let's Sing Together, Geneva 69-0040, LP (1965), trk Tighten on the Backband (Back Band), Such Interesting People, Verve V6-8519, LP (1963), trk 7. To Have a Wife, Addiss and Crofut, Columbia CS 9411, LP (1967), trk 10. Turtle Dove - I, Let's Sing Together, Geneva 69-0040, LP (1965), trk. Addiss, Steve Side Performer Appearance. Addiss and Crofut, 400 Years of Folk Music, Folkways FA 2404 (1962). Addiss and Crofut, Columbia CS 9411 (1967). Addiss and Crofut, Such Interesting People, Verve V6-8519 (1963). Adelaide Singers Appearance as principal performer. Waltzing Matilda, Australia; Our Land, Our Music, EMI 8146832, CD( (1982), trk
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William Crofut III (December 14, 1935 – January 25, 1999) was an American folksinger. During his career he recorded more than 20 albums and CDs in genres ranging from folk, children's songs, jazz, to classical. He also gave concerts in more than fifty countries, and appeared at the White House and Carnegie Hall. His musical influences included Pete Seeger, clarinetist Tony Scott, and pianist Peter Lang.
|A3||Willow Weep For Me||2:05|
|A4||I Saw Her||3:20|
|A5||Such Interesting People||3:12|
|B4||The Missile Song||1:10|
|B5||Hey Down, Hoe Down||2:10|
|B6||12 Days With Khrushchev||2:18|
|B7||Our King Went Forth||1:35|
- Engineer [Director Of Engineering] – Val Valentin
- Engineer [Recording] – Bob Simpson
- Liner Notes – Richard O'Brien
- Photography By – George Joseph
- Producer – Creed Taylor
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 63-VG-104
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 63-VG-105
|V-8519||Steve Addiss • Bill Crofut*||Such Interesting People (LP)||Verve Records||V-8519||US||1963|