Tell Us A Tale Tunes

28 November 2010

Theme: Old & New

[Format: Song, Artist, CD, Label]

The Old Grey Goose, Carolina Tar Heels, Songs of Childhood (Folk Music of America, Vol. 13), Library of Congress

Johnson’s Old Gray Mule, Mainer Band, Songs of the South: American Folk Songs For Children, Vol. 4, Atlantic/Wea

Old Joe Clark, The Mountain Ramblers, Songs of the South: American Folk Songs For Children, Vol. 4, Atlantic/Wea

Hop, Old Squirrel, Mike & Peggy Seeger, American Folksongs For Children, Rounder Records

Old Mother Hubbard, Ella Fitzgerald, Miss Ella’s Playhouse, Verve

Old Baloney, Gunnar Madsen, Ants in My Pants, G-Spot (City Hall)

The Old Hen, Pete Seeger, Birds Beasts Bugs and Fishes, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

The Old Chisholm Trail, Riders in the Sky, Saddle Pals, Rounder

I Know an Old Lady, Tom Glazer, …Sings Honk-Hiss-Tweet-GGGGGGGGGG and Other Children’s Favorites, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

New River Train, Cathy & Marcy with guest Christylez Bacon, Banjo Beat Box, Community Music, Inc.

New Shoes, Guy Davis, Kids, Cars and Campfires, Red House

Ole Slewfoot, Jan Smith, Jeff Vogelgesang, Tom Proutt, Fred Boyce (live on Tell Us A Tale)

Jolly Old Roger, Sam Hinton, Whoever Shall Have Some Good Peanuts, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Old 97, Buck Howdy, Pete Seeger – Ageless Kids’ Songs, Prairie Dog Entertainment

Old Bell Cow, New Lost City Ramblers, Smithsonian Folkways Children’s Collection, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Old Jim John, John Langstaff, Songs For Singing Children, Revels Records

This Old Man, Bob Dylan, Every Child Deserves a Lifetime, Shout Factory

[Show 42 of 2010]

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