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Folk jazz.

Author/creator Bill Smith Quartet
Format Audio (Streaming), Electronic, and Musical Sound Recording
Publication InfoBerkeley, Calif. : Contemporary Records, [2003]
DescriptionStreaming audio.
Supplemental Content Access restricted to subscribers
Subject(s)
Other author/creatorSmith, William O. (William Overton), 1926-
Other author/creatorHall, Jim, 1930-2013.
Other author/creatorBudwig, Monty.
Other author/creatorManne, Shelly.
Series Original jazz classics
Jazz music library. ^A1055295
Contents A-roving : English street tune (4:12) -- Greensleeves : (5 :00) -- Nobody knows the trouble I've seen : a spiritual (3:34) -- John Henry : American steeldriller work song (4: 18) -- Wayfaring stranger (4:20) -- Three blind mice : traditional (3:28) -- Go down, Moses : a spiritual (6:41) -- Blow the man down : a halyard chantey (3:35) -- Black is the color of my true love's hair : early English folk song (4:10) -- Reuben, Reuben : traditional (3:30) -- Bonus tracks. Nobody knows the trouble I've seen : alt. take 1 (5:50) ; Reuben, Reuben : alt. take 14 (3:49).
General note"Folk songs in modern jazz dress, arranged [...] by Bill Smith"--Container.
General noteOriginally released in 1963 on Contemporary S-7591.
General noteOriginally issued as compact disc.
General noteOriginal liner notes by Nat Hentoff (2 p.) inserted in container.
Performer The Bill Smith Quartet (Bill Smith, clarinet ; Jim Hall, guitar ; Monty Budwig, bass ; Shelly Manne, drums).
Date/time/place of a event noteRecorded Feb. 16 and Nov. 24, 1959 at Contemporary Records, Los Angeles.
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Jazz music library). Available via World Wide Web.
UPC 025218195621
Publisher numberS-7591 Contemporary Records
Publisher numberOJCCD-1956-2 Contemporary Records

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