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  ''[http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02049.pdf Liner notes] make no claim to copyright for writing or arranging.''
 
  ''[http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02049.pdf Liner notes] make no claim to copyright for writing or arranging.''
  
  '''The Wagoner's Lad''' ''by Pete Seeger''    album released in 1957: Available in BL, shelfmark 1LP0082764: [http://open.spotify.com/track/2DGvqU1CYrXJQx2JQkHGkQ Spotify]
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  '''The Wagoner's Lad''' ''by Pete Seeger''    album released in 1957 according to [http://www.folkways.si.edu/pete-seeger/american-favorite-ballads-vol-1/american-folk/music/album/smithsonian Folkways]: Available in BL, shelfmark 1LP0082764: [http://open.spotify.com/track/2DGvqU1CYrXJQx2JQkHGkQ Spotify]
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''No claim to authorship or arrangement on [http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02320.pdf liner notes]''
  
 
  '''Pretty Saro''' ''by Guy Carawan''    album released in 1959 (according to [http://www.folkways.si.edu/guy-carawan/sings-something-old-new-borrowed-and-blue-vol-2/american-folk/music/album/smithsonian www.folkways.si.edu]: [http://open.spotify.com/track/7t3AzXpRyQaPULe1o2PURj Spotify]
 
  '''Pretty Saro''' ''by Guy Carawan''    album released in 1959 (according to [http://www.folkways.si.edu/guy-carawan/sings-something-old-new-borrowed-and-blue-vol-2/american-folk/music/album/smithsonian www.folkways.si.edu]: [http://open.spotify.com/track/7t3AzXpRyQaPULe1o2PURj Spotify]
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  ''[http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02049.pdf Liner notes] say "This version from Sharp's English Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians, Vol. II, page 12, was popularized among city singers first by Elizabeth Harold and''
 
  ''[http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/folkways/FW02049.pdf Liner notes] say "This version from Sharp's English Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians, Vol. II, page 12, was popularized among city singers first by Elizabeth Harold and''
 
  ''Hally Wood."''
 
  ''Hally Wood."''
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'''Pretty Saro''' ''by Guy Carawan and Peggy Seeger''    from 1958 album "America at Play"
  
 
  '''The Rose of Naideen''' ''by Mrs. Laura McDonald''    recorded in 1958: [http://maxhunter.missouristate.edu/songinformation.aspx?ID=207 Max Hunter Collection]
 
  '''The Rose of Naideen''' ''by Mrs. Laura McDonald''    recorded in 1958: [http://maxhunter.missouristate.edu/songinformation.aspx?ID=207 Max Hunter Collection]

Latest revision as of 14:59, 2 September 2013

Icon Public Domain.jpg Track 7: Buell Kazee - The Wagoner's Lad   Brunswick 213-B; Recorded in New York, 18.1.1928

No image of record label available. Neither Anthology booklet assigns authorship, nor does www.78discography.com.


The Roud Folksong Index classifies this song as a version of Roud 414, and also lists a version collected by Cecil Sharp in 1908. [1] Perhaps the book which contains this version (English Folk-Songs Southern Appalachians 2) has more information about the origins of this song?


It seems reasonable to treat this composition as public domain, although the evidence for this is not particularly firm as yet.


Parallel anthology main index page


Alternative Versions

The Wagoner's Lad by Peggy Seeger    album released in 1955: Spotify
 
Liner notes make no claim to copyright for writing or arranging.
The Wagoner's Lad by Pete Seeger    album released in 1957 according to Folkways: Available in BL, shelfmark 1LP0082764: Spotify
 
No claim to authorship or arrangement on liner notes
Pretty Saro by Guy Carawan    album released in 1959 (according to www.folkways.si.edu: Spotify
 
Liner notes say "This version from Sharp's English Folk Songs of the Southern Appalachians, Vol. II, page 12, was popularized among city singers first by Elizabeth Harold and
Hally Wood."
Pretty Saro by Guy Carawan and Peggy Seeger    from 1958 album "America at Play"
The Rose of Naideen by Mrs. Laura McDonald    recorded in 1958: Max Hunter Collection
My Horses Ain't Hungry by Mrs. Haden Robinson    recorded in 1960: Max Hunter Collection
My Horses Ain't Hungry by Mrs. Kenneth Wright and Mrs. Gladys Jennings    recorded in 1960: Max Hunter Collection