“Sod Buster Ballads” by The Almanac Singers - album review

TJR says

The second of two Almanac Singers albums produced by Alan Lomax. As with the preceding “Deep Sea Chanteys and Whaling Ballads”, the songs featured on “Sod Buster Ballads” were all recorded on 7th July 1941 and issued on John Green’s General label. Again, it was all traditional folk with no overtly political content. There were four of them on this occasion; Woody Guthrie, Millard Lampell, Lee Hays and Pete Seeger.

The Jukebox Rebel
14-Jun-2012

A [02:36] 5.1.png The Almanac Singers - The Dodger Song (Traditional) Folk
B [02:36] 6.5.png The Almanac Singers - Ground Hog (Traditional) Country
C [02:34] 7.4.png The Almanac Singers - Hard Ain’t It Hard (Traditional, Woody Guthrie) Folk
D [02:53] 7.5.png The Almanac Singers - House Of The Rising Sun (Traditional) Folk
E [02:34] 7.6.png The Almanac Singers - I Ride An Old Paint (Traditional) Country
F [02:46] 6.9.png The Almanac Singers - State Of Arkansas (Traditional) Folk




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