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The Midnight Special - Odetta - At The Gate Of Horn (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 Thoughts to “ The Midnight Special - Odetta - At The Gate Of Horn (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Shaktizragore
    Lyrics to Midnight Special by Odetta from the At the Gate of Horn album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  2. Kilkis
    Oct 18,  · Odetta and the Blues is an album by folk singer Odetta, released in Recorded as the s/s American folk music revival was getting underway, the album is notable for Odetta's use of a jazz band on the record. It has subsequently been re-released on CD in on Riverside/Original Blues Classics, Ace and Legacy.5/5(1).
  3. Mazura
    Very good vinyl in a very good sleeve. Sleeve is still in partial shrink wrap. Tradition TLP Tracklist He's Got The Whole World In His Hand Sail Away Ladies, Sail Away The Gallows Pole Lowlands The Fox Maybe She Go The Lass From The Low Countree Timber Deep River Chilly Winds Green Sleeves Devilish Mary All The Pretty Little Horses The Midnight Special Take This Hammer.
  4. Mohn
    From THE WOODSONGS OLD-TIME RADIO HOUR. I don't know the date of this gig. The gig dates aren't stated at the WOODSONGS website.
  5. Faeran
    Odetta at the Gates of Horn, an album by Odetta on Spotify.
  6. Zugami
    Odetta best album among his non-blues ones (See Odetta and the Blues, a great old style blues album that seems to come straight from the jazz era of the 20s), where she shows all its talent: a powerful voice that can range from subtle irony to dramatic gospel, from intimacy to folk and dark country flavours/5(8).
  7. Durisar
    What Is The Value Of Your Vinyl Records? Search our archive of more than 15 Million auction results. Find. Most Valuable Records Pretty Things Midnight $ max found. Beatles Special Edition $ max found.
  8. Shakazragore
    According to folk music historian Alan Lomax as documented in the book Folk Song USA, the Midnight Special was a real train: the Southern Pacific Golden Gate Limited.A traditional folk song, Leadbelly popularized it upon his release from Sugar Land prison in Texas, where he could hear the Midnight Special come through.
  9. Dishicage
    Midnight Special Lyrics: Well, you wake up in the morning, hear the dingdong ring / Ya go marchin' to the table, ya see the same old things / All on one table, knife, a fork and a pan / And it ya.

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