Difference between revisions of "Parallel Anthology Track 33"

From Open Music Archive Projects
Jump to: navigation, search
m
Line 8: Line 8:
  
 
However, Harry Smith's notes describe this track as a "medley of traditional tunes".
 
However, Harry Smith's notes describe this track as a "medley of traditional tunes".
 +
 +
 +
The [http://oldweirdamerica.wordpress.com/2010/03/11/33-brilliancy-medley-by-eck-robertson-family/ Old Weird America] blog states that the tunes are ''Wake Up Susan, Bill Cheatham, Little Billy Wilson'' and ''Drunken Billy Goat''.
  
  
 
[[Parallel Anthology Research|Parallel anthology main index page]]
 
[[Parallel Anthology Research|Parallel anthology main index page]]
 +
 +
 +
== Alternative Versions ==
 +
 +
'''Wake Up Susan''' ''by Spade Cooley''    recorded in late 1940s: [http://open.spotify.com/track/2WwySVO7FZSTvCYxw7Zu33 Spotify]
 +
'' ''
 +
''According to [http://www.78discography.com/RCA210000.htm www.78discography.com], this is credited as "traditional".''
 +
 +
'''Bill Cheatham''' ''by the Mayfield Brothers''    recorded between 1948 and 1956 (according to album title): [http://open.spotify.com/track/5gKpbRP0dJAw4UDyMiEI6z Spotify]

Revision as of 16:48, 16 July 2013

Icon In Copyright.jpg Track 33: Eck Robertson and Family - Brilliancy Medley   Victor 40298-A; Recorded in Dallas, Texas, 11.10.1929

No image of record label available. Harry Smith's Anthology booklet assigns authorship to "A C Robertson", while victor.library.ucsb.edu credits "Eck Robertson". However, www.78discography.com does not assign authorship.


According to wikipedia, Alexander "Eck" Robertson died in 1975, which would put this composition in copyright until 1st January 2046.


However, Harry Smith's notes describe this track as a "medley of traditional tunes".


The Old Weird America blog states that the tunes are Wake Up Susan, Bill Cheatham, Little Billy Wilson and Drunken Billy Goat.


Parallel anthology main index page


Alternative Versions

Wake Up Susan by Spade Cooley    recorded in late 1940s: Spotify
 
According to www.78discography.com, this is credited as "traditional".
Bill Cheatham by the Mayfield Brothers    recorded between 1948 and 1956 (according to album title): Spotify