Dock Boggs [electronic resource] / [recorded and edited by Mike Seeger].

Boggs, Dock, 1898-1971.
New York : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, [1964-1970]
Smithsonian global sound for libraries
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Blues (Music).
Country music.
Folk music -- United States.
System Details:
Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
v. 3 Davenport
Dying ranger
Little Omie Wise
Sugar blues
Loving Nancy
John Hardy
Peggy Walker
I hope I live a few more days
Turkey in the straw
Roses while I'm living / Dock Boggs
Leave it there
Prayer of a miner?s child / Boggs-Hill
Coke oven march / Boggs
Ruben?s train
Cumberland Gap
Careless love.
v.1 Down south blues (arr. Dock Boggs)
Country blues (arr. Dock Boggs)
Pretty Polly
Coal Creek March
My old horse died / Dock Boggs
Wild Bill Jones
Rowan Country [sic] Crew
New prisoner's song
Oh death
Prodigal son
Mother's advice
Drunkard's lone child
Bright sunny south
Mistreated Mama blues (arr. Dock Boggs)
Harvey Logan.
v.2. Mixed blues / Dock Boggs
Old Joe's barroom (arr. Dock Boggs)
Danville girl
Cole Younger
Schottische time
Papa, papa build me a boat
Little black train
No disappointment in heaven
Glory land
Banjo clog
Wise County Jail / Dock Boggs
Sugar baby
The death of Jerry Damron / Dock Boggs
Railroad tramp
Poor boy in jail / Dock Boggs
Brother Jimm got shot
John Henry.
Principally Ballads, sung by Dock Boggs, accompanying himself on the banjo.
Previously issued in 1964-1965 as analog discs, Folkways Records: FA 2351 and FA 2392 (v. 1-2); and in 1970 as analog disc, Asch Recordings: AH 3903 (v. 3).
Program notes and texts inserted in original containers for each volume.
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings: FA 2351 (v. 1), FA 2392 (v. 2.), AH 3903 (v. 3).
V. 1-2 previously issued under title: Dock Boggs, a documentary.
Vol. 1 has title: Dock Boggs, legendary singer & banjo player.
V. 1 recorded June 26-Dec. 14, 1963; v.2, June 3-5, 1964, v. 3 dates not specified.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (American song). Available via World Wide Web.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
Seeger, Mike, 1933-2009.
Alexander Street Press.
Dock Boggs, a documentary.
Dock Boggs, legendary singer & banjo player.
Other format:
AH 3903
FA 2351
FA 2392
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