Alan Lomax - Scotland album download
|–Glasgow Police Band, The*||Scotland The Brave|
|–Ewan McColl*||The Chevalier's Muster Roll|
|–Band And Citizens Of Selkirk||The Souters Of Selkirk|
|–Ewan McColl*||Roy's Wife Of Aldivalloch|
|–Mrs. McGrath||My Love Is Like A Red Red Rose|
|–Ewan McColl*||The Dowie Dens Of Yarrow|
|–Isla Cameron||O Can Ye Sew Cushions?|
|–Unknown Artist||I Am A Little Orphan Girl|
|–The Children Of Norton Park School, Edinburgh||I Paula Tee Paula Taska|
|–Unknown Artist||Now The War Is Over|
|–Jackie Mearns||The Wind Blows High|
|–Elizabeth Barclay||Bressay Lullabye|
|–Tom Anderson And Willie Johnson*||The Hen's March To The Midden|
|–John Strachan||The Bonnie Lass Of Fyvie|
|–Blanche Wood||Portnockie Girl|
|–Hamish Henderson||Taile Toddle - Wap And Rowe, Diddling Songs|
|–Jimmy Shand||The Laird Of Drumblair - The De'il Among The Tailors|
|–Jimmy McBeath||Come All Ye Tramps And Hawkers|
|–Jimmy McBeath||MacPherson's Lament|
|–John Strachan||The Tinkler's Waddin|
|–Mrs. Annie Nicholson* And Group*||Tha Mulad, Tha Mulad (There Is Sorrow)|
|–Mrs. Rena McLean* And Group*||Braighe Loch Iall (The Braes Of Loch-eil)|
|–Kitty McLeod||Làrach Do Thacaidean|
|–John McLeod And John McInnis||Dili O Idilum|
|–John McLeod And John McInnis||Thoir A Nall Ailean (Bring Over Alan)|
|–Mrs. Kate Nicholson*||Till An Crodh, Laochan (Turn The Cows, Laddie)|
|–Miss Annie Johnston*||Thig, A Chuinneag, Thig (Come, Butler, Come)|
|–Allan McDonald||Iomairibh Eutrom Hó Ró (Row Lightly)|
|–Calum Johnston||Thug Mi Gaol Dhuit (Spinning Song)|
|–Miss Annie Johnston*||Fuirich An Diugh (Weaving Song)|
|–Waulking Singers||Héman Dubh Hi Ri Oro|
|–Waulking Singers||Hó Na Filibhig Chunncas Bàta|
|–Waulking Singers||Eho Hao Ri Ó|
|–Waulking Singers||Fail Il Éileadh|
|–Mary Morrison||The Reel Of Tulloch - Mrs. McLeod Of Raasay|
|–Group Of Barra Women||Hó Ali Ili (Drinking Song)|
|–John Burgess||Caberfeidh (Strathspey) - MacIntosh's Lament (Pibroch)|
|–Precentor Iain Murray And The Church Of Dornoch||Gaelic Psalm (Whom Have I In Heaven But Thee)|
|–Kitty McLeod||A Phuithrag's A Phuitar (Little Sister)|
|–Penny Morrison||'S Mise Chunnaic An T-Iongnadh (A Mermaid Song)|
|–Calum Johnston||Clach Mhin Mheallain (Rune Against Hail)|
|–Calum Johnston||Ig Ig Igein (The Lark's Song)|
|–Flora MacNeil||Och, A Thearlaich Oig Stiubhairt (The Lament For William Chisholm)|
|–Kitty McLeod||'S Fliuch An Oidhche (The Night Is Wet)|
|CD 1743||Alan Lomax||Scotland (CD)||Rounder Records||CD 1743||US||1998|
|KL-209, SL-209||Alan Lomax||Scotland (12", Album)||Rounder Records||KL-209, SL-209||US||Unknown|
|KL-209||Alan Lomax||Scotland (LP)||Columbia Masterworks||KL-209||US||Unknown|
|SL-209||Alan Lomax||Scotland (LP)||Columbia Masterworks||SL-209||US||Unknown|
|AKL 4946||Alan Lomax||Scotland (LP, Album)||Columbia Special Collector's Series||AKL 4946||US||Unknown|
Alan Lomax – Scotland. Label: Columbia Special Collector's Series – AKL 4946. Series: World Library Of Folk And Primitive Music – Volume VI. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Translated By – Sorley McLean. 1980s Columbia Special Products reissue based on the Collectors Series label. Housed in a black & white gatefold jacket with a laminated lyric booklet inside. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Precious Reflective Reverent Somber Yearning. World Library of Folk and Primitive Music, Vol. 3: Scotland.
The CD features idiosyncratic instrumental interpretations of a dozen songs chosen from Lomax’s mammoth 1960 anthology, The Folk Songs of North America. The music is scored for clarinet, drums, and a choir of three trumpets. Compact Disk with Eric Drooker's cover art and 6 panel booklet Includes unlimited streaming of Songs from the Alan Lomax Collection via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 5 days.
This was changed by individuals including Alan Lomax, Hamish Henderson and Peter Kennedy, through collecting, publications, recordings and radio programmes. Acts that were popularised included John Strachan, Jimmy MacBeath, Jeannie Robertson and Flora MacNeil. In the 1960s there was a flourishing folk club culture and Ewan MacColl emerged as a leading figure in the revival in Britain. However, in Scotland the circuit of ceilidhs and festivals helped prop up traditional music. Two of the most successful groups of the 1980s that emerged from this dance band circuit were Runrig and Capercaillie. Radio broadcasts by Lomax, Hamish Henderson and Peter Kennedy (1922–2006) were also important in raising awareness of the tradition, particularly Kennedy's As I Roved Out, which was largely based around Scottish and Irish music.
Alan Lomax is a beloved name in folk revivalism, capturing a dying style of music before it vanished and, as a result, helping to bring it back bigger than ever before. This album, and others in the re-issued series from Rounder Records, is the product of several years in the early 1950s which Lomax and a few others - Peter Kennedy, Seamus Ennis, Hamish Henderson, Wyn Humphries and Sean O'Boyle - spent traveling through the countrysides of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, toting their recording equipment down country roads to find music where.
Alan Lomax (January 31, 1915 – July 19, 2002) was an American field collector of folk music of the 20th century. He was also a folklorist, ethnomusicologist, archivist, writer, scholar, political activist, oral historian, and film-maker. Lomax produced recordings, concerts, and radio shows in the US and in England, which played an important role in both the American and British folk revivals of the 1940s, 1950s and early 1960s.
Album · 1999 · 28 Songs. Gaelic Songs of Scotland: Women At Work In the Western Isles. Cowboy Songs of the Old West. The Alan Lomax Collection: Southern Journey, Vol. 1 - Voices from the American South. 5 - Bad Man Ballads. Italian Folk Music, Vol. 5: Naples and Campania. Music For An Italian Wedding. Italian Dinner Party Music.
This entry in the Alan Lomax collection is a rich collection that bears well with repeated visits – the songs are delivered a capella, in locations ranging from little cottages to packed pubs, with performers ranging from the wonderfully able all the way to the worn and rough (these folk songs were beginning to die away at the time Lomax's team was doing. this set of field recordings). Some of the recordings are rough, despite the remastering, but all of them are captivating.