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Compilation by various artists. Orange Blossom Special by Rouse Brothers. The Train's Done Left Me by Carolina Tar Heels. Engine One-Forty-Three by The Carter Family. Jerry, Go Ile That Car by Harry "Mac" McClintock. If I Die A Railroad Man by Tenneva Ramblers. The Wreck Of The Virginian (Train No. 3) by Blind Alfred Reed. Nine Pound Hammer Is Too Heavy by Monroe Brothers. The Davis Limited by Jimmie Davis. The Cannon Ball by The Delmore Brothers. The Longest Train by . Mainer's Mountaineers.
McAbee's Railroad Piece. B8. –Paul Warmack And His Gully Jumpers. The Railroad In Folksong (LP).
They Might Be Giants named their fifth studio album after John Henry. The American cowpunk band Nine Pound Hammer is named after the traditional description of the hammer John Henry wielded. Long steel rail: the railroad in American folksong. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. ISBN 978-0-252-06881-2.
Classic Railroad Songs from Smithsonian Folkways. Artists: Hank Snow, Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, Flatt & Scruggs, the Delmore Brothers and Wayne Raney, Steve Goodman, Sleepy LaBeef, Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys, the Whitstein Brothers, the Carter Family, Tony Rice, Jim & Jesse, the Stanley Brothers, Mary McCaslin. This album has a heavy bluegrass tint, very well done. Some of the artists are rather obscure.
Th e Railroad in. Folksong. One illustration of the ubiquity of railroad bal ladry tells something of its function even on the contemporary sce ne. On Easter Sunday, 1967, the Stoneman Family- an Appalachian string-band group with deep roots in tradition - presented an all train-song concert to a tremendous television audience. Gordon's successor in the Archive was John Avery Lomax. His work is well represented on this album J ohn Lomax and his son Alan ga thered enough material for many rail road records. They used these songs in all their printed anthologies and consequently played a significant role in populariz ing occupational material. It has been the constant policy of the Archive to encourage field workers not on the staff to contri bute their findings to the Library of Congress.
1 more album featuring this track. Kids Songs! Vol. 2 - More Fun Songs For Kids! Various Artists. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
Impeccable scholarship and lavish illustration mark this landmark study of American railroad folksong. Norm Cohen provides a sweeping discussion of the human aspects of railroad history, railroad folklore, and the evolution of the American folksong. The heart of the book is a detailed analysis of eighty-five songs, from "John Henry" and "The Wabash Cannonball" to "Hell-Bou Impeccable scholarship and lavish illustration mark this landmark study of American railroad folksong
|–Rouse Brothers||Orange Blossom Special|
|–Carolina Tar Heels*||The Train's Done Left Me|
|–The Carter Family||Engine One-Forty-Three|
|–Harry "Mac" McClintock*||Jerry, Go Ile That Car|
|–Tenneva Ramblers||If I Die A Railroad Man|
|–Blind Alfred Reed||The Wreck Of The Virginian (Train No. 3)|
|–Monroe Brothers||Nine Pound Hammer Is Too Heavy|
|–Jimmie Davis||The Davis Limited|
|–The Delmore Brothers||The Cannon Ball|
|–J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers||The Longest Train|
|–Vernon Dalhart||Wreck Of The Old 97|
|–G.B. Grayson||The Red And Green Signal Lights|
|–Byron Parker And His Mountaineers*||Peanut Special|
|–Johnson Brothers||Crime Of The D'Autremont Brothers|
|–Palmer McAbee||McAbee's Railroad Piece|
|–Paul Warmack And His Gully Jumpers||The Little Red Caboose Behind The Train|
|LPV-532||Various||The Railroad In Folksong (LP)||RCA Victor||LPV-532||US||1966|
|LPV-532||Various||The Railroad In Folksong (LP, Comp)||RCA Victor||LPV-532||Canada||1966|
|RD-7870||Various||The Railroad In Folksong (LP, Comp, Mono)||RCA Victor||RD-7870||UK||1967|
|LPV-532||Various||The Railroad In Folksong (LP, Comp, RE)||RCA Victor||LPV-532||US||Unknown|