The Resource Talking guitar blues : the very best of, Lonnie Donegan, (sound recording)

Talking guitar blues : the very best of, Lonnie Donegan, (sound recording)

Label
Talking guitar blues : the very best of
Title
Talking guitar blues
Title remainder
the very best of
Statement of responsibility
Lonnie Donegan
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
NHM
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Donegan, Lonnie
Date time place
Originally recorded for Nixa and Pye Records in London
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
Lonnie Donegan and various accompanying musicians
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Skiffle
  • Folk songs, English
  • Popular music
  • Popular music
  • Rockabilly music
Label
Talking guitar blues : the very best of, Lonnie Donegan, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Skiffle, folk-songs and popular songs
  • Program notes by Roger Dopson (1 sheet, 36 x 36 cm., fold. to 12 x 12 cm. ; col. ill.) inserted in container
Contents
  • Disc 1. Lost John ; Stewball ; Railroad Bill ; Bring a little water, Sylvie ; Dead or alive ; Wabash Cannonball ; Nobody's child ; Frankie & Johnny ; Don't you rock me Daddy-o ; Cumberland Gap ; Gamblin' man ; Puttin' on the style ; My Dixie darling ; Jack O'Diamonds ; On a Monday ; Mule skinner blues; The Grand Coulee Dam ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Betty, Betty, Betty ; Lonesome traveller ; Light from the lighthouse ; Lonnie's skiffle party medley, part 1 ; Tom Dooley ; Does your chewing gum lose its flavour ; Fort Worth Jail
  • Disc 2. Battle of New Orleans ; Sal's got a sugar lip ; Take this hammer ; You pass me by ; San Miguel ; Talking guitar blues ; My old man's a dustman ; I wanna go home ; Lorelei ; Sorry but I'm gonna have to pass ; Lively! ; Virgin Mary ; Have a drink on me ; Michael row the boat ; Lumbered ; The Comancheros ; The party's over ; I'll never fall in love again ; Pick a bale of cotton ; This train ; Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord ; Beans in my ears ; She was t-bone talking woman ; Farewell (Fare thee well) ; World Cup Willie
Control code
ocm54684873
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Extent
2 sound discs
Other control number
823107206126
Other physical details
digital, mono.
Publisher number
NEECD 325
System control number
(Sirsi) ADP-7310
Label
Talking guitar blues : the very best of, Lonnie Donegan, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Skiffle, folk-songs and popular songs
  • Program notes by Roger Dopson (1 sheet, 36 x 36 cm., fold. to 12 x 12 cm. ; col. ill.) inserted in container
Contents
  • Disc 1. Lost John ; Stewball ; Railroad Bill ; Bring a little water, Sylvie ; Dead or alive ; Wabash Cannonball ; Nobody's child ; Frankie & Johnny ; Don't you rock me Daddy-o ; Cumberland Gap ; Gamblin' man ; Puttin' on the style ; My Dixie darling ; Jack O'Diamonds ; On a Monday ; Mule skinner blues; The Grand Coulee Dam ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Betty, Betty, Betty ; Lonesome traveller ; Light from the lighthouse ; Lonnie's skiffle party medley, part 1 ; Tom Dooley ; Does your chewing gum lose its flavour ; Fort Worth Jail
  • Disc 2. Battle of New Orleans ; Sal's got a sugar lip ; Take this hammer ; You pass me by ; San Miguel ; Talking guitar blues ; My old man's a dustman ; I wanna go home ; Lorelei ; Sorry but I'm gonna have to pass ; Lively! ; Virgin Mary ; Have a drink on me ; Michael row the boat ; Lumbered ; The Comancheros ; The party's over ; I'll never fall in love again ; Pick a bale of cotton ; This train ; Noah found grace in the eyes of the Lord ; Beans in my ears ; She was t-bone talking woman ; Farewell (Fare thee well) ; World Cup Willie
Control code
ocm54684873
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Extent
2 sound discs
Other control number
823107206126
Other physical details
digital, mono.
Publisher number
NEECD 325
System control number
(Sirsi) ADP-7310

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