Difference between revisions of "Parallel Anthology Track 67"

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== Alternative Versions ==
 
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'''When I was Single''' ''by Peggy Seeger''    album released in 1955: [http://open.spotify.com/track/1vrEVgz2ff1jEwKaaORuO0 Spotify]
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''[http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02049.pdf Liner notes] make no claim to copyright for writing or arranging.''
  
 
  '''The Drunken Man''' ''by D. J. "Dom" Ingenthron''    recorded in 1958: [http://maxhunter.missouristate.edu/songinformation.aspx?ID=191 Max Hunter Collection]
 
  '''The Drunken Man''' ''by D. J. "Dom" Ingenthron''    recorded in 1958: [http://maxhunter.missouristate.edu/songinformation.aspx?ID=191 Max Hunter Collection]

Revision as of 11:19, 12 July 2013

Icon In Copyright.jpg Track 67: The Carter Family - Single Girl, Married Girl   Victor 209370-A; Recorded in Bristol, Tennessee, 2.8.1927


Anthology Track 67 label.jpg

Record label assigns authorship to A P Carter.


According to wikipedia, A P Carter died in 1960.


This composition is in copyright until 1st January 2031.


Parallel anthology main index page



Alternative Versions

When I was Single by Peggy Seeger    album released in 1955: Spotify
 
Liner notes make no claim to copyright for writing or arranging.
The Drunken Man by D. J. "Dom" Ingenthron    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
Single Girl by Julius Sutton    recorded in 1925 (according to RFSI): YouTube
I Wish I was a Single Girl Again by Kelly Harrell    recorded in 1925 (according to RFSI): YouTube
I Wish I were a Single Girl Again by Roscoe Holcombe    recorded in 1959 (according to RFSI): YouTube
I Wish I was a Single Girl Again by Frank Proffitt    recorded in 1941 (according to RFSI): Spotify
I Wish I was a Single Girl Again by Vernon Dalhart    recorded in the 1920s (according to RFSI): YouTube