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Street and gangland rhythms [electronic resource] : beats and improvisations by six boys in trouble / collected and edited by E. Richard Sorenson.

Publication:
New York, N.Y. : Folkways Records, p1959.
Format/Description:
Sound recording
1 online resource.
Series:
Smithsonian global sound for libraries

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Mode of Access: World Wide Web.
Contents:
Percussion ensembles : Two bongo drum sets and sticks ; Bongo drums and sticks ; One boy playing three sets of bongo drums with his hand and one drum stick
Rhythms with voices : Rhythm ensemble with voices ; Zum, Zum ; Ole
Rhythms with verses : Bo Diddlie ; Gugamuga ; Riding hood boogy man
Songs : Sister Suki ; Why can't I get it too ; Cha cha cha ; the Fox
Rhythmic and vocal improvisations reflecting personal experience : Gang fight ; Shoe shine ; Shoe shine shakedown ; Dumb boy ; Money honey ; I want some food.
Participant:
"The sounds on this record were made by six 11 to 12 year old Negro boys from the streets, tenements, and housing projects of New York City."
Sung by Peggy Seeger, with 5-string banjo ; guitar accompaniment by Clark Weissman.
Notes:
Program notes by the editor and texts of the songs, verses, and story improvisations ([8] p.) from original container.
Title from container.
Title on label : Folksongs of courting and complaint.
Electronic reproduction. Alexandria, VA : Alexander Street Press, 2009. (Smithsonian global sound for libraries). Available via World Wide Web.
Contributor:
Sorenson, E. Richard.
Alexander Street Press.
Contains:
Folksongs of courting and complaint.
Other format:
FD 5589
OCLC:
689537357
Access Restriction:
Restricted for use by site license.