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9 thoughts on “ Tom Dooley - The New Lost City Ramblers - 2 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Kagashicage
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The New Lost City Ramblers - Vol. II at Discogs. Complete your The New Lost City Ramblers collection/5(7).
  2. Felkree
    New Lost City Ramblers - Vol. 2 The New Lost City Ramblers Dubbed a "trio of insidious crusaders for ‘old-timey' music" by Sing Out! 's Pete Welding, the New Lost City Ramblers helped bring old-time music to wider audiences through their performances as a band and through their work making field recordings of traditional musicians and.
  3. Tegis
    The New Lost City Ramblers were a contemporary old-time string band that formed in New York City in during the Folk Revival. The founding members of the Ramblers, or NLCR, were Mike Seeger (August 15, – August 7, ), John Cohen (August 2, - September 16, ), and Tom Paley (March 19, – September 30, ). Tom Paley later left the group and was replaced by Tracy.
  4. Voodoojora
    This is a compilation of the New Lost City Ramblers after Tom Paley Left. I confess I am old enough to be used to feeling the world was divided between people who felt that the NLCR was no good after Paley left and those who were willing to accept New Commer Tracy Schwartz who probably going to take the NLCR out of Western Swing and into Rock and Roll or some other forms of modern foolishness/5(16).
  5. Kagall
    The New Lost City Ramblers was a contemporary old-time string band that was formed in New York City in by Mike Seeger, John Cohen (2) and Tom tingnasenliaraghidahigusreicabeet.co left the group in and was replaced by Tracy Schwarz.
  6. Ganris
    Tom Dooley, a song by The New Lost City Ramblers on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, Tom Dooley. Featured on New Lost City Ramblers - Vol. 2. More by The New Lost City Ramblers.
  7. Sakazahn
    Tom Dooley, a song by The New Lost City Ramblers on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Goltiramar
    Kingston Trio leader Dave Guard candidly admitted to New Lost City Ramblers' John Cohen that his source for their version of "Tom Dooley" was the Folksay album. "It had that little stop in it, 'Hang down your head, Tom - stop - Dooley,' which had never been a part of the song before the Stinson recording," Sprung later told Darling.
  9. Mooguzshura
    Firsthand Accounts of the Folk Music Revival" edited by Ronald D. Cohen and published in ( in paperback), John Cohen of the New Lost City Ramblers says: "It was from that ten-inch LP ["American Folksay Ballads and Dances, Vol. 2" on Stinson] that the Kingston Trio learned 'Tom Dooley.'.