California songs [electronic resource] / Keith & Rusty McNeil.

McNeil, Keith, musician. , Performer
Riverside, Calif. : WEM Records, 1998.
Sound recording
1 online resource
American history through folksong
Music online: American song

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Folk music -- California.
Folk songs -- California.
California -- History -- Songs and music.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
v. 1. Indian, Spanish and Mexican California: You who don't believe it
La sandunga
Mouth bow
Muè¨ira d' a fonte
Kyrie eleison
Cielto lindo
Cielto lindo
The Spanish fandango
Windy Bill
El cantico del alba
La palona
All the way to Californy
The dying Californian
v. 2. Farmers and ranchers: California here I come
California oranges
Andre Madalen
el rancho grande
Come day go day, wish it was Sunday ; Rye whiskey ; Cindy
The strawberry roan
Immigrants and dust bowl refugees: We're coming back to California
Senza i brassi e fuori
The preacher and the slave
The mower's song
Cancion mixteca
Los deportados
So long it's been good to know you
If you ain't got the do re mi
Ramblin' round your city
Railroaders, boom and bust: I've been workin' on the railroad
John chinaman, my jo
Hayseed like me
The bummers' hotel
I had but fifty cents
Temperance and suffrage, cars and movie stars: I'm on the water wagon now
The whiskey shops must go
Some little bug is going to find you some day
Lydia Pinkhan
Where is my wanderin' ma tonight?
He'll have to get under - get out and get under
The jitney bus
In my merry oldsmobile
Silent move music
San Francisco
The gold rush: My darling Clementine
Oh, California
A ripping trip
Seeing the elephant
Crossing the plains
Joe Bowers
Tje days of forty-nine
Cripple Creek
California ball
Sweet Betsy from Pike
Mark Twain's quote
John Chinaman's appeal
We're all a-panning
Over my head
North to Victoria
Steam navigation thieves
The big five gallon jar
La indita
My log cabin home
World War II, songs of the cities: I love you California
Rosie the riveter
Don't fence me in
442nd infantry
El soldado razo
Plane wreck at Los Gatos
Nostros venceremos
Santa maria (My old home town)
Brawely, the world's largest city beneath the level of the sea
Simi Valley
>A. River
San Francisco (Be sure to wear the flowers in your hair)
You who don't believe it.
Keith and Rusty McNeil, narration, vocals, guitars, and other instruments, with other singers and instrumentalists.
Previously published as compact disc.
Principally traditional songs and music "with historical narration."
Program notes (2 p.) laid in each container.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (American song). Available via World Wide Web.
McNeil, Rusty. , Performer
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