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Playlist of Roy Harris (folk singer)

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  • Roy Harris at Llantrisant Folk Club September 2013

    3:49

    Roy Harris on a replacement visit for the planned 80th birthday spot in July, cancelled for health reasons. Preceded by a spot of dulcimer from Damian Clark.

  • Lass of Swansea Town

    4:08

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Lass of Swansea Town · Roy Harris

    The Rambling Soldier

    ℗ Fellside Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • The Beggars Song

    3:05

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    The Beggar's Song · Roy Harris

    Champions of Folly

    ℗ Topic Records Ltd.

    Released on: 2012-12-02

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  • Roy Harris

    5:58

    Roy Harris (1898-1979) (USA)
    Folk Rhythms of Today (2nd version, 1942)
    Dir : Roy Harris

    On collectionCB4 we can also listen to Roy Harris’ « Radio Piece » for orchestra (1946).

    On collectionCB4 we can also listen to Roy Harris’ « Piano Concerto No. 1 Jamboree » (1944), « Radio Piece for orchestra » (1946).

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2, COLLECTIONCB3, COLLECTIONCB4
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  • USC Chamber Singers: Birds Courting Song arr. Roy Harris

    2:26

    The USC Thornton Chamber Singers perform Birds' Courting Song arranged by Roy Harris.
    Soloists: Nolan Frank, tenor; Rayvon T.J. Moore, baritone. Published by Mills Music B0000CX08Q (1945).

    From the concert Americans in Paris: The Legacy of Nadia Boulanger, May 2, 2013.

  • Roy Harris: Five American Ballads

    10:04

    Jeffrey Wagner, Piano

    Composed by Mr. Harris in 1945

    Recorded in the Jim Fellows Center for Creative Media, Park Ridge, Illinois, and published here with the permission of Archbury Classics Recording Company.

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  • Johana Harris sings and plays Folk Songs!

    31:22

    The pianist recorded these folk song improvisations in Stockton, California. (Probably around 1963 while she was pianist in residence at the University of the Pacific.)

    I. Leather-Winged Bat 0:00
    II. Wayfaring Stranger 1:55
    III. Streets of Laredo 3:43
    IV. Black Is the Color of My True Love's Hair 7:27
    V. Venezuela 8:59
    VI. I Know Where I'm Going 12:00
    VII. I Know My Love 14:27
    VIII. On Top of Old Smoky 16:52
    IX. The Raggle Taggle Gypsy 18:40
    X. Get Along Home, Cindy 21:42
    XI. Frog Went A-Courting 23:36
    XII. The Cherry Tree Carol 28:33

    Link to my Johana Harris playlist:

  • Banks of the Nile

    4:07

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    Banks of the Nile · Roy Harris

    The Rambling Soldier

    ℗ Fellside Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Lyricist: Faustus
    Composer: Faustus

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  • One Night as I Lay on My Bed

    2:07

    Provided to YouTube by IDOL

    One Night as I Lay on My Bed · Jez Lowe · John Bowden · Linda Adams · Martin Carthy · Roh Harris

    English Folk Songs

    ℗ Fellside Recordings Ltd

    Released on: 1995-01-01

    Lyricist: Trad
    Lyricist: Neilson Batty
    Composer: Neilson Batty
    Composer: Trad

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  • Roy Harris: Three Variations on a Theme

    18:30

    Three Variations on a Theme (String Quartet No. 2) (1933)
    Roy Harris

    The Emerson String Quartet
    Eugene Drucker, violin; Philip Setzer, violin; Masao Kawasaki, viola; Eric Wilson, cello

    from The Emerson String Quartet Plays 50 Years of American Music 1919-1969


    Footage: the mathematical videos of Hamid Naderi Yeganeh
    Public domain via The Prelinger Archive:




    ©2014 Anthology of Recorded Music, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

  • Roy Dunn – Know’d Them All

    58:09

    01 – She Cook Cornbread For Her Husband 04:44
    02 – Further On Down The Line 02:27
    03 – Everything I Get AholdTo 03:55
    04 – C.C. Rider 02:52
    05 – You’re Worrying Me 03:33
    06 – Lost Lover Blues 02:36
    07 – Stranger’s Blues 03:52
    08 – Move To Kansas City 02:38
    09 – Red Cross Store 03:32
    10 – Don’t Tear My Clothes 03:01
    11 – I Changed The Lock 04:20
    12 – Pearl Harbor Blues 04:01
    13 – Mr.Charlie 07:02
    14 – Bachelor’s Blues 03:49
    15 – Roy’s Matchbox Blues 05:46

  • Cupola Ward Crane Driver

    2:45

    Cupola:Ward perform Julie Matthew's song 'Crane Driver'




    The lyrics of this song are attributed to Leonard Wheatcroft written in 1650 and Roy Harris wrote the tune. A bone lace weaver or a bobbin weaver used bobbins and pins to create small but intricate pieces of lace.

    The fine talents of Lucy Ward (Nominated - Folk Singer of the Year 2014 & Horizon Award Winner at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards) and Cupola combine to form this vibrant new collaboration of music and song to thrill folk club and festival audiences alike.

    Cupola's fine instrumental arrangements and vocal harmonies provide the perfect backdrop for Lucy's songs and strong delivery -- watch out for this dynamic quartet!!

    Cupola:Ward went down a storm at Gower Folk Festival. Their brilliant musicianship, beautiful close harmonies and total love of what they do made for a superb set and with the addition of the totally stunning Ms Ward you can't get better
    Joy Toole - Artistic Director Gower Folk Festival

  • Roy Book Binder In Concert Rag Mama.

    2:24

    Here's a sample from Roy Book Binder In Concert - Roy, The Reverend and the Devil's Music. Catalog number DVD-BOO-PF21. Available from

  • Robin Hood and the Tanner - Roy Harris

    3:57

    Robin Hood and the Tanner (Child No. 126) - Sung by Roy Harris on The Bitter And The Sweet (1972).

    Notes by A. L. Lloyd:
    Blind Henry Larcombe, 82 years old, sang this version to Cecil Sharp on two successive days in September 1903, and each time, and verse by verse he varied the melody gracefully. Lacking a recording machine, and unable to catch the flying improvisations immediately by ear, Sharp got the patient old singer to repeat the song over and again for nearly an hour at a time. The variations Sharp was able to display provide an object lesson for young singers in the art of how to keep a song ever fresh. The tune, which is attached to at least ten separate Robin Hood ballads, is a variant of one that appeared under the title of Arthur a Bland in an anonymous ballad opera, The Jovial Crew, in 1731. Did it go from tradition to stage or vice versa? Arthur a Bland is, in fact, the full name of the “bold Arthur” of our present ballad.

  • Symphony No. 4 Folksong: Mountaineer Love Song

    6:56

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Symphony No. 4 Folksong: Mountaineer Love Song · American Festival Chorus & American Festival Orchestra

    Roy Harris: Folksong Symphony; Paul Creston: Gregorian Chant for String Orchestra

    ℗ Omega

    Released on: 2015-04-21

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  • Corey Harris - The Peach

    10:02

    This song just screams SUMMER! Absolute perfection.

    Off of the album Daily Bread on Rounder Records(2005)

  • Emmylou Harris sings Luxury Liner at Mariposa Festival in 1993

    3:48

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  • Fay Victor Lafayette Harris Ken Filiano with Archie Shepp - House of the Rising Sun

    9:53

    Fay Victor, Lafayette Harris Jr Ken Filiano and Archie Shepp celebrate Roswell Rudd's 82nd Birthday at Lincoln Centre

  • Roy Rogers Tribute 9 - 12

    11:28

    9. Rodeo Road -- Roy Rogers with Willie Nelson
    10. Alive and Kickin' -- Roy Rogers
    11. King of the Cowboys -- Roy Rogers and Dusty Rogers
    12. Happy Trails -- Roy Rogers with Dale Evans and Dusty Rogers and Gang

  • 20 Years of the Northern Lights Folk Club

    8:34

    For twenty years the Northern Lights Folk Club have presented folk music concerts in Edmonton, Canada.

    Learn about the club, the volunteers and what goes in to keep the music live for twenty years.

    Featuring music from Irish Mythen and Lynn Miles with Keith Glass.

    Directed, filmed and edited by Kayla Kimo and Grace Chung.

    Irish Mythen - Sweet Necessity
    © 2007 MythRecords

    Lynn Miles - My Road
    © 2013 Lynn Miles

    Lynn Miles - Surrender Dorothy
    © 2001 CSR under exclusive license to High Romance Music Ltd

    Irish Mythen - Maria
    © 2018 Irish Mythen

    Featuring: Bill and Betty jo Werthmann, Tom and Dianne Kieren.

    We thank the patrons and volunteers of the Northern Lights Folk Club and the community of Parkview.

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  • Cupola:Ward sing Bone Lace Weaver

    5:02

    Cupola:Ward perform the traditional song 'Bone Lace Weaver'




    The lyrics of this song are attributed to Leonard Wheatcroft written in 1650 and Roy Harris wrote the tune. A bone lace weaver or a bobbin weaver used bobbins and pins to create small but intricate pieces of lace.

    The fine talents of Lucy Ward (Nominated - Folk Singer of the Year 2014 & Horizon Award Winner at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards) and Cupola combine to form this vibrant new collaboration of music and song to thrill folk club and festival audiences alike.

    Cupola's fine instrumental arrangements and vocal harmonies provide the perfect backdrop for Lucy's songs and strong delivery -- watch out for this dynamic quartet!!

    Cupola:Ward went down a storm at Gower Folk Festival. Their brilliant musicianship, beautiful close harmonies and total love of what they do made for a superb set and with the addition of the totally stunning Ms Ward you can't get better
    Joy Toole - Artistic Director Gower Folk Festival

  • Folk Song A Week - Week Seven - the Methody Parson

    3:11

    ...can't find any more on this than it seems to have been written by Roy Harris

  • London Julie

    1:31

    Robert W. Gordon, the first director of the Lib. of Congress' Archive of American Folk Culture, began his career studying sailor songs in Frisco and Oakland, early 1920s. Perhaps because he was an American, unlike most of the other folklorists who had taken an interest in sailors' chanties in the early 20th century, Gordon sought to emphasize the relationship between chanties and Af-American worksongs.

    A few years after his chanty-collecting work in Frisco Bay, he shifted to coastal Georgia, where he collected local African-American songs. They included the boat-rowing songs, once common on Southern plantations, that he believed to be the most ancient of Af-American songs. My own historical research supports his suspicions. In any case, Gordon was the earliest of the folklorists to take these songs seriously.

    In 1927, Gordon wrote a series of articles for the New York Times on Folk Songs of America, among which he included pieces on deepwater chanties + the Black songs from Georgia (the above illustration is from one of these).

    Gordon collected 2 renditions of Julie from West Coast sailors. They are not commercially available, but rather kept at the Lib. of Congress. One of these was the initial inspiration for what might be called the Revival form of London Julie. Seems that British folk singer Roy Harris was the one to first develop a rendition (late 70s/early 80s) from the archive fragment. I've heard neither the Gordon Collection recording nor Harris' original rendition. But that rendition, with verses added by Harris (and who knows what else?) spread as the version now pop. with singers like Peter Souza, here:



    When Barry Finn learned the Harris version, he adapted the verses to suit his own taste, and that branched off into this version sung by the likes of the Johnson Girls:



    So though this chanty was not widely documented in history, it has become quite popular in the Revival.

    This is all by way of background to the present rendition of mine, which is based neither in Gordon nor the Revival, but in the collection of JM Carpenter. Carpenter collected three (?) renditions of a London Julie chantey, from seamen in Britain in the late 1920s. These appear to be from Edward Robinson, John McPherson, and Alexander Blue. Blue's is the most substantial. My rendition is based mainly on his recording.

    The singing of Blue is hardly as curvy melodically as the modern Revival version, however, I see the potentially in that as a chanted line that the singer could (and would) vary, instead of an engraved tune. And the rhythm is less syncopated but, then again, so were most chanties—not very syncopated, that is. They were for coordinating work, not dancing! What I have attempted to do sounds, to me, more like a halyard or even a rowing song.

    The lyrics are basically those of Blue, noted by Carpenter or heard on (deciphered from) recording. The lyrics about the n---er not only betray a probable Af-American origin for the song but also connect it to other songs like the plantation corn songs that used Never seen the like since I been born in couplets. This was typically rhymed with corn. A line similar to the 2nd and 3rd verse here occurred in chantyman Bullen's collection (1914) in the context of the song Ten Stone:

    I nebber seen de like sence I ben bawn!...
    Nigger on de ice an a hoe-in up corn...
    Ten stone! Ten stone, ten stone de win' am ober!
    Jenny git along Jenny blow de horn,
    As we go marchin' ober!

    Funny thing, Blue also sang Ten Stone for Carpenter—the only other chantyman besides Bullen to mention it. Blue's rendition of Ten Stone has crack corn, like the odd phrase in his Julie (verse 2).

    Compare the shape of London Julie to the work-song Sheep Shell Corn:



    The relatively flat (around the tonic) melody line of the solo parts correspond to Blue's Julie. And the shape of the choral refrains (ending first on the third, then on the tonic) match the a-ha London Julie. The phrase O! blow your horn, blow horn blow! would seem to map on London Julie's O row, o row, we're bound to go! Moreover, blow the horn was in Bullen's Ten Stone. Indeed, the tropes of blow the/your/my horn and X the corn appear in many 19th c African-American songs.

    There is of course the minstrel song intersection with it all. Take this excerpt from a minstrel style piece, The Raccoon Hunt [ca1830] in an 1847 publication:

    Sitting on a rail (repeat)
    Wid his bottle in his hand.
    Jo shell de corn, Sam blow de horn,
    Neber seed the like since I was born;
    'Twas sent to de mill by tick-lip Bill,
    Oh, do, Johnny Boker, do...

  • TOMMY ROE THE FOLK SINGER

    3:15

  • Roy Harris String Sextet 1932 - 1. Prelude

    7:52

    The first recording of the Harris String Sextet, from a recent edition, the first made since its composition.

    This is a rehearsed reading to acquaint the music world, as well as the general public, with seminal yet relatively inaccessible early Harris, made from my unpublished edition of Harris' Concerto for String Sextet. This edition is prepared for the right of first publication (I did Antheil's violin music for Schirmer). We recorded at Shangri-La, a retreat named after the Tibetan enclave from the 1933 novel Lost Horizon and the 1937 movie.

    According to biographer Dan Stehman, Harris said the Prelude recalls the trains he heard as a child in the San Gabriel Valley. The Finale (Movement III) develops from an assymetrical motif that suggests influence from Native American rhythms, and reflects Harris' interest in Renaissance music. The Sextet was never performed or recorded in full after its Yaddo premier due to its difficulty (Movement II, Chorale: Our recording of the Finale is not presentable), but is ranked as one of his best works.

    Ron Erickson, Margaret Nichols, Alfonso Giordano, Gary Hayes, Margaret Wilmeth, Martha Pressler.

  • Iru Mugan - Halena Video | Vikram, Nayanthara | Harris Jayaraj | Super Hit Song

    4:25

    Halena is like the good old Harris Jayaraj tracks that just stick after the first listen but only with an insane fresh summery sound. Don’t hold back & join the chorus of Halena.

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    Song Name - Halena
    Movie - Iru Mugan
    Singer - Christopher Stanley, Abhay Jodhpurkar & Ujjayinee Roy
    Music - Harris Jayaraj
    Lyrics - Karky
    Director - Anand Shankar
    Starring - Vikram, Nayanthara
    Producer - Shibu Thameens
    Studio - Thameens Films
    Music Label - Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.

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  • Symphony No. 4 Folksong: Western Cowboy

    9:50

    Provided to YouTube by Entertainment One Distribution US

    Symphony No. 4 Folksong: Western Cowboy · American Festival Chorus & American Festival Orchestra

    Roy Harris: Folksong Symphony; Paul Creston: Gregorian Chant for String Orchestra

    ℗ Omega

    Released on: 2015-04-21

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  • Emmylou Harris - Save The Last Dance For Me

    3:16

    Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947) is an American singer and songwriter. She has released many popular albums and singles over the course of her career, and has now won 13 Grammys - as of 2014 - as well as numerous other awards.
    Her work and recordings include work as a solo artist, bandleader, an interpreter of other composers' works and as a singer-songwriter, and a backing vocalist and duet partner. She has worked with numerous leading artists including Gram Parsons, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, The Band, Mark Knopfler, Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Neil Young, Brad Paisley, Nick Cave and Steve Earle. She dropped out of college to pursue her musical aspirations, and moved to New York, working as a waitress to support herself while performing folk songs in Greenwich Village coffeehouses during the folkie boom.[1] She married fellow songwriter Tom Slocum in 1969 and recorded her first album, Gliding Bird. Harris and Slocum soon divorced, and Harris and her newborn daughter Hallie moved in with her parents in the Maryland suburbs near Washington D.C.

    Harris soon returned to performing as part of a trio with Gerry Mule and Tom Guidera. In 1971, members of the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers saw her perform; former Byrds member Chris Hillman had taken over the band after the departure of founder Gram Parsons, was impressed by Harris, and briefly considered asking her to join the Flying Burrito Brothers. Instead, Hillman recommended her to Parsons, who was looking for a female vocalist to collaborate with on his first solo album, GP. Harris toured as a member of Parsons' band, The Fallen Angels in 1973, and the two of them shone during vocal harmonies and duets. Later that year, Parsons and Harris worked on a studio album, Grievous Angel. Parsons died in his motel room near what is now Joshua Tree National Park on September 19, 1973 from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol. Parsons' Grievous Angel was released posthumously in 1974, and three more tracks from his sessions with Harris were included on another posthumous Parsons album, Sleepless Nights, in 1976. There was one more album of recorded material from that period that was packaged with the name, Live 1973, but was not released until 1982.
    Parsons offered Harris a study in country music, introducing her to The Louvin Brothers, and provided her with a musical identity. Harris' harmony and duet vocals, on the other hand, were lauded by those who heard them, and helped inspire Parsons' performances. His death left her devastated at an emotional and musical crossroads. She eventually carried on with her own version of Parsons' musical vision, and was instrumental in bringing attention to his achievements. Harris' earliest signature song, Boulder to Birmingham, written shortly after Parsons' death, showed the depth of her shock and pain at losing Parsons. It was, according to best friend Linda Ronstadt, the beginning of a lifetime effort to process what had happened, and was the first of many songs written and/or performed by Harris about her life with (and without) Parsons

    PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK:

  • Emmylou Harris - Lodi

    3:01

    Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947) is an American singer and songwriter. She has released many popular albums and singles over the course of her career, and has now won 13 Grammys - as of 2014 - as well as numerous other awards.
    Her work and recordings include work as a solo artist, bandleader, an interpreter of other composers' works and as a singer-songwriter, and a backing vocalist and duet partner. She has worked with numerous leading artists including Gram Parsons, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, The Band, Mark Knopfler, Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Neil Young, Brad Paisley, Nick Cave and Steve Earle. She dropped out of college to pursue her musical aspirations, and moved to New York, working as a waitress to support herself while performing folk songs in Greenwich Village coffeehouses during the folkie boom.[1] She married fellow songwriter Tom Slocum in 1969 and recorded her first album, Gliding Bird. Harris and Slocum soon divorced, and Harris and her newborn daughter Hallie moved in with her parents in the Maryland suburbs near Washington D.C.

    Harris soon returned to performing as part of a trio with Gerry Mule and Tom Guidera. In 1971, members of the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers saw her perform; former Byrds member Chris Hillman had taken over the band after the departure of founder Gram Parsons, was impressed by Harris, and briefly considered asking her to join the Flying Burrito Brothers. Instead, Hillman recommended her to Parsons, who was looking for a female vocalist to collaborate with on his first solo album, GP. Harris toured as a member of Parsons' band, The Fallen Angels in 1973, and the two of them shone during vocal harmonies and duets. Later that year, Parsons and Harris worked on a studio album, Grievous Angel. Parsons died in his motel room near what is now Joshua Tree National Park on September 19, 1973 from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol. Parsons' Grievous Angel was released posthumously in 1974, and three more tracks from his sessions with Harris were included on another posthumous Parsons album, Sleepless Nights, in 1976. There was one more album of recorded material from that period that was packaged with the name, Live 1973, but was not released until 1982.
    Parsons offered Harris a study in country music, introducing her to The Louvin Brothers, and provided her with a musical identity. Harris' harmony and duet vocals, on the other hand, were lauded by those who heard them, and helped inspire Parsons' performances. His death left her devastated at an emotional and musical crossroads. She eventually carried on with her own version of Parsons' musical vision, and was instrumental in bringing attention to his achievements. Harris' earliest signature song, Boulder to Birmingham, written shortly after Parsons' death, showed the depth of her shock and pain at losing Parsons. It was, according to best friend Linda Ronstadt, the beginning of a lifetime effort to process what had happened, and was the first of many songs written and/or performed by Harris about her life with (and without) Parsons

    PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK:

  • He Was a Friend of Mine - Roy Bookbinder

    3:27

    1987 Philadelphia Folk Festival

  • Ed & Kyle Harris - Adieu Sweet Lovely Nancy

    5:03

    Kyle's first public performance as a vocalist! Great time doing this with my son!

  • TOMMY ROE-THE FOLK SINGER.

    2:54

    TOMMY ROE

    THE FOLK SINGER.

  • 3 - Nee Paartha Vizhigal Video | Dhanush, Shruti | Anirudh

    4:07

    Watch Nee Paartha Vizhigal Official Song Video from the Movie 3

    Song Name - Nee Paartha Vizhigal
    Movie - 3
    Singer - Vijay Yesudas & Shweta Mohan
    Music - Anirudh Ravichander
    Lyrics - Dhanush
    Direcr - Aishwarya Dhanush
    Starring - Dhanush, Shruti Haasan
    Producer - R.K.Film Productions Pvt.Ltd
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    Music Label - Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.

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  • Fanfare of Strumpets at Llantrisant Folk Club

    4:12

    'Fanfare of Strumpets' are a 4-woman a capella group. We see them performing two songs at Llantrisant Folk Club (Pontyclun, Wales) in November 2012.

    Crudités written by: Pat Goodacre, Jessica Abraham, Blanche Rowen & Mike Gulston. Plastic Jesus written by: Ed Rush and George Cromarty.

  • Fallout 4: songs playlist-The diamond city radio

    1:42:06

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    Tracklist (Fallout 4 - The Diamond City Radio Songs):
    0:00 A Wonderful Guy - Tex Beneke
    1:56 Accentuate The Positive - Bing Crosby
    4:39 Anything Goes - Cole Porter
    7:53 Atom Bomb Baby - The Five Stars
    10:11 Butcher Pete (Part 1) - Roy Brown
    12:37 Butcher Pete (Part 2) - Roy Brown
    15:25 Civilization (Bongo Bongo Bongo) - Danny Kaye
    18:30 Crawl Out Through The Fallout - Sheldon Allman
    20:51 Crazy He Calls Me - Billie Holiday
    23:56 Dear Hearts and Gentle People - Bob Crosby
    26:29 Easy Living - Billy Holiday
    29:33 Good Rockin Tonight - Roy Brown
    32:33 Grandma Plays The Numbers - Wynonie Harris
    35:14 Happy Times - Bob Crosby
    38:19 He's A Demon - Betty Hutton
    41:33 I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire - The Ink Spots
    44:37 Into Each Life - Ella Fitzgerald
    47:47 It's A Man - Betty Hutton
    50:13 It's All Over But the Crying - The Ink Spots
    53:02 Keep A Knockin - Louis Jordan
    55:32 Maybe - The Ink Spots
    58:27 Mighty, Mighty Man - Roy Brown
    01:01:04 One More Tomorrow - Frankie Carle
    01:04:23 Orange Colored Sky - Nat King Cole
    01:06:52 Personality - Johnny Mercer
    01:09:42 Pistol Packin' Mama - Bing Crosby
    01:12:42 Right Behind You Baby - Ray Smith
    01:15:09 Rocket 69 - Connie Allen
    01:17:55 Sixty Minute Man - Billy Ward And The Dominoes
    01:20:25 The End of the World - Skeeter Davis
    01:23:06 The Wanderer - Dion
    01:25:57 Undecided - Ella Fitzgerald
    01:29:15 Uranium Fever - Elton Britt
    01:31:35 Uranium Rock - Warren Smith
    01:33:42 Way Back Home - Bob Crosby
    01:36:44 Whole Lotta Shakin Going On - Big Maybelle
    01:39:30 Worry Worry Worry - The Three Suns

  • Emmylou Harris - Bad Moon Rising

    3:08

    Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947) is an American singer and songwriter. She has released many popular albums and singles over the course of her career, and has now won 13 Grammys - as of 2014 - as well as numerous other awards.
    Her work and recordings include work as a solo artist, bandleader, an interpreter of other composers' works and as a singer-songwriter, and a backing vocalist and duet partner. She has worked with numerous leading artists including Gram Parsons, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, The Band, Mark Knopfler, Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Neil Young, Brad Paisley, Nick Cave and Steve Earle. She dropped out of college to pursue her musical aspirations, and moved to New York, working as a waitress to support herself while performing folk songs in Greenwich Village coffeehouses during the folkie boom.[1] She married fellow songwriter Tom Slocum in 1969 and recorded her first album, Gliding Bird. Harris and Slocum soon divorced, and Harris and her newborn daughter Hallie moved in with her parents in the Maryland suburbs near Washington D.C.

    Harris soon returned to performing as part of a trio with Gerry Mule and Tom Guidera. In 1971, members of the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers saw her perform; former Byrds member Chris Hillman had taken over the band after the departure of founder Gram Parsons, was impressed by Harris, and briefly considered asking her to join the Flying Burrito Brothers. Instead, Hillman recommended her to Parsons, who was looking for a female vocalist to collaborate with on his first solo album, GP. Harris toured as a member of Parsons' band, The Fallen Angels in 1973, and the two of them shone during vocal harmonies and duets. Later that year, Parsons and Harris worked on a studio album, Grievous Angel. Parsons died in his motel room near what is now Joshua Tree National Park on September 19, 1973 from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol. Parsons' Grievous Angel was released posthumously in 1974, and three more tracks from his sessions with Harris were included on another posthumous Parsons album, Sleepless Nights, in 1976. There was one more album of recorded material from that period that was packaged with the name, Live 1973, but was not released until 1982.
    Parsons offered Harris a study in country music, introducing her to The Louvin Brothers, and provided her with a musical identity. Harris' harmony and duet vocals, on the other hand, were lauded by those who heard them, and helped inspire Parsons' performances. His death left her devastated at an emotional and musical crossroads. She eventually carried on with her own version of Parsons' musical vision, and was instrumental in bringing attention to his achievements. Harris' earliest signature song, Boulder to Birmingham, written shortly after Parsons' death, showed the depth of her shock and pain at losing Parsons. It was, according to best friend Linda Ronstadt, the beginning of a lifetime effort to process what had happened, and was the first of many songs written and/or performed by Harris about her life with (and without) Parsons

    PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK:

  • Roy Robertson

    4:09

    Roy Robertson performing on the Square Stage at the 2011 35 Conferette Music Festival.

  • Patty Griffin - Forgiveness

    5:16

    Patty Griffin performing Forgiveness live at the Blue Door in Oklahoma City. Video footage courtesy of Roy Taylor.

    Get your tickets to see Patty on her upcoming North American tour here:

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  • Otis Taylor Band: Hey Joe

    16:00

    The Otis Taylor Band lights a fire with this sizzling version of Hey Joe during Kitchener Blues Festival, August 2014.

    Sharing the spotlight with Taylor are guitar whiz Taylor Scott and violin virtuoso Anne Harris.

  • Emmylou Harris - Make Me Believe

    4:26

    Emmylou Harris (born April 2, 1947) is an American singer and songwriter. She has released many popular albums and singles over the course of her career, and has now won 13 Grammys - as of 2014 - as well as numerous other awards.
    Her work and recordings include work as a solo artist, bandleader, an interpreter of other composers' works and as a singer-songwriter, and a backing vocalist and duet partner. She has worked with numerous leading artists including Gram Parsons, John Denver, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Roy Orbison, The Band, Mark Knopfler, Guy Clark, Willie Nelson, Bob Dylan, Bright Eyes, Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Neil Young, Brad Paisley, Nick Cave and Steve Earle. She dropped out of college to pursue her musical aspirations, and moved to New York, working as a waitress to support herself while performing folk songs in Greenwich Village coffeehouses during the folkie boom.[1] She married fellow songwriter Tom Slocum in 1969 and recorded her first album, Gliding Bird. Harris and Slocum soon divorced, and Harris and her newborn daughter Hallie moved in with her parents in the Maryland suburbs near Washington D.C.

    Harris soon returned to performing as part of a trio with Gerry Mule and Tom Guidera. In 1971, members of the country rock group The Flying Burrito Brothers saw her perform; former Byrds member Chris Hillman had taken over the band after the departure of founder Gram Parsons, was impressed by Harris, and briefly considered asking her to join the Flying Burrito Brothers. Instead, Hillman recommended her to Parsons, who was looking for a female vocalist to collaborate with on his first solo album, GP. Harris toured as a member of Parsons' band, The Fallen Angels in 1973, and the two of them shone during vocal harmonies and duets. Later that year, Parsons and Harris worked on a studio album, Grievous Angel. Parsons died in his motel room near what is now Joshua Tree National Park on September 19, 1973 from an accidental overdose of drugs and alcohol. Parsons' Grievous Angel was released posthumously in 1974, and three more tracks from his sessions with Harris were included on another posthumous Parsons album, Sleepless Nights, in 1976. There was one more album of recorded material from that period that was packaged with the name, Live 1973, but was not released until 1982.
    Parsons offered Harris a study in country music, introducing her to The Louvin Brothers, and provided her with a musical identity. Harris' harmony and duet vocals, on the other hand, were lauded by those who heard them, and helped inspire Parsons' performances. His death left her devastated at an emotional and musical crossroads. She eventually carried on with her own version of Parsons' musical vision, and was instrumental in bringing attention to his achievements. Harris' earliest signature song, Boulder to Birmingham, written shortly after Parsons' death, showed the depth of her shock and pain at losing Parsons. It was, according to best friend Linda Ronstadt, the beginning of a lifetime effort to process what had happened, and was the first of many songs written and/or performed by Harris about her life with (and without) Parsons

    PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK:

  • Llantrisant Folk Club in North Wales September 2013

    6:57

    For the fourth year running, LFC and friends had an away weekend featuring a steam train, a pub or two and folk music as before - but no walk this time, as the weather was atrocious on the Sunday.

    Here are a few moments I filmed on my phone, not necessarily representative - I decided to just enjoy most of the weekend without filming.

    Featuring Les Barker, Paul Frown, Greg Rowlands and Never Mind the Bocs. And that steam train.

    The Welsh Highland Railway is a great ride through Snowdonia. The pub at Waun fawr has an excellent micro-brewery. There's a pretty good cafe/bar at Porthmadog station as well. I can vouch for the chocolate cake and tea! They have real ale as well..

  • Joe Henry & Rodney Crowell Girl From the North Country | ACL Presents: Americana 18th Annual

    3:58

    Joe Henry & Rodney Crowell perform Bob Dylan's classicGirl From the North Country at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville during the Americana Honors. ACL Presents: Americana 18th Annual Honors airs on November 23, 2019 on PBS.

    Enjoy musical highlights from the eighteenth annual Americana Honors, showcasing the best and brightest in Americana, including Brandi Carlile, Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens, Mumford & Sons, Our Native Daughters, and more.

    About the Americana Music Association®:
    The Americana Music Association® is a professional not-for-profit trade organization whose mission is to advocate for the authentic voice of American roots music around the world. The Association produces events throughout the year; including AMERICANAFEST® and the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards program. The Americana Music Association receives enormous support from the Tennessee Department of Tourism, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC.

    About AMERICANAFEST®:
    The 20th annual AMERICANAFEST® took place September 10-15, 2019 in Nashville, Tenn. The event brings together fans and music industry professionals alike, offering six days of celebration through seminars, panels and networking opportunities by day and raw, battery recharging showcases each night. The Americana Honors & Awards is the featured performance of the festivities, taking place at the historic Ryman Auditorium. For more information, please visit

  • Sue Harris La Paloma

    5:25

    Susan Harris performs the classic song, ... composed and written by the Spanish composer from the Basque region, Sebastián Iradier, in the 1850s. - Wikipedia. She is accompanied by Jon Williams on mandolin. Recorded by John Kramer at the Pleasantville Circle of Friends Open Mic on 9/10/16.

  • McCafferty

    2:38

    I learnt this from the singing of Roy Harris. It probably comes from the late 19th century but if there is any truth to the story, no-one knows.

  • One for the Rabbits - Roy Schneider with Kim Mayfield

    5:01

    Lizard Lounge, Cambridge MA - Early July, 2012
    Shot by Ian Bull - Live introduction by '24-Hour Tom' Bianchi
    One for the Rabbits ©2012 Roy Schneider/Scissorpaws Publishing (ASCAP)

    This was what I would consider to be one of Kim's and my best performances together.

  • Arlo Guthrie/I Cant Help Falling In Love With You

    8:22

    A great story about playing in Denmark with Pete and Tao. It's great to see the visuals on this one. This is the first time Pete has heard Arlo tell this story and the live camera work and mix on this was magic.

    Live at Wolftrap, August 8, 1993.

  • Lana Brady - Woody Guthrie Folk Club

    2:50

    The wonderful Lana Brady singing an African folk song at the Woody Guthrie Folk Club.

  • Ed Harris - The Last Train from Poor Valley

    3:30

    My rendition of this beautiful ballad written by the very talented Norman Blake.

  • Guy Clark The Cape

    3:57

    Recorded live at Marathon Recorders in Nashville as part of the Music Fog Marathon during the 2011 Americana Music Festival. The Cape is a longtime fan favorite and classic story from Guy Clark.

  • Maskara Pottu | Video Song | Salim | Vijay Antony | Supriya joshi | மஸ்காரா | சலீம் | Tamil |HD Song

    4:52

    MASCARA POTTU:: Official HD Video Song crosses 17 Million+ Views. Watch one of the super hit romantic dance song is sung by Vijay Antony & Supriya Joshi from the action-packed thriller movie Salim.

    Movie Details::

    Cast: Vijay Antony, Aksha Pardasany
    Lyrics: Priyan
    Music: Vijay Antony
    Director: Nirmal Kumar
    Banner: Vijay Antony Film Corporation, Studio 9 Production, Sri Green Productions

    Song Lyrics ::

    Mascara Pottu mayakkuriye
    mastha nee pesi kavukkuriye
    mascara pottu mayakkuranaa
    masthanaa pesi kavukkuranaa

    Ye madhana moga rupa sundhari
    yen koottanikku neethaan mandhiree ree

    ye madhana moga rupa sundharaa
    yen raththiriyil poththa sandhiraa raa

    Mascara Pottu mayakkuriye
    mastha nee pesi kavukkuriye
    mascara pottu mayakkuranaa
    mastha pesi kavukkuranaa

    Ye shock-adikkudhu shock-adikkudhu
    shock-adikkudhu shock-u
    moochu muttudhu moochu muttudhu
    nee idichadhil neththu

    Ye kaththadikku kaththadikku
    kaththadi kaththu
    ye verthu kottudhu verthu kottudhu
    nee moraippadha paarthu.

    Ye kadalu kadalu kadalu
    alai thazhumbura kadalu
    naan padagu padagu padagu
    adhil medhakkura padagu.

    Udhadu sugaru
    odambu fire-u
    total glamour-u
    enna paarththaa
    aerum fever-u

    mascara mascara ...
    mascara mascara ...

    Mascara Pottu mayakkuriye
    mastha nee pesi kavukkuriye
    mascara pottu mayakkuranaa
    masthanaa pesi kavukkuranaa

    Hey sexy hippula sexy hippula
    sokki nikkuren naanu
    konjam up-ula aana slippla
    seththaan nooru man-nu.

    Hey hot night-ula hot nightula
    dolladikku moon-u.
    Hey heat-u koraikka
    sootta thanikka
    cool AC naanu.

    Thimiru thimiru
    un azhagula thimiru.
    nee thaviru thaviru
    konjam thayakkatha thaviru.

    Gold silver dimond
    kalandha vadichcha silaiyidhu.
    unga munnaal ponnaa alaiyidhu

    Mascara Pottu mayakkuriye
    mastha nee pesi kavukkuriye
    mascara pottu mayakkuranaa
    masthanaa pesi kavukkuranaa

    Ye madhana moga rupa sundhari
    yen koottanikku neethaan mandhiree ree

    ye madhana moga rupa sundharaa
    yen raththiriyil poththa sandhiraa raa

    Mascara Pottu mayakkuriye


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