Tell Us A Tale Tunes

4 July 2010

Theme: American Tunes for Independence Day…

[Format: Song, Artist, CD, Label]

This Land Is Your Land, Woody Guthrie, This Land is Your Land: The Asch Recordings, Vol. 1, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

The Battle of New Orleans, Johnny Horton, A Child’s Celebration of Dance Music, Music For Little People

Rebel Girl, Hazel Dickens, Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folksways Recordings

Hawaiian War Chant, Spike Jones, The Very Worst of Spike Jones, Nimbus Records

Seventy-Six Trombones (Music Man), Robert Preston and Ensemble, A Child’s Celebration of Broadway, Music For Little People

The Surrey With the Fringe on Top (Oklahoma), Gordon McRae, Shirley Jones and Charlotte Greenwood, A Child’s Celebration of Broadway, Music For Little People

Swannee River Rock, Ray Charles, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

Ol’ Man River, Paul Robeson, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

Anything You Can Do (Annie Get Your Gun), Ethel Merman and Ray Middleton, Future Idols, Universal

Old Virginia, Crooked Still, Hop High, Signature Sounds

Yankee Doodle, Suzy Roche, Kids, Cars and Campfires, Red House

Yankee Doodle Dandy, James Cagney, Celebration of America, Music For Little People

White House Blues, Earl Taylor and the Stoney Mountain Boys, Classic Bluegrass from Smithsonian Folkways, Smithsonian Folksways Recordings

Blue Moon of Kentucky, Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys,  Smithsonian Folkways Roots Collection, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Jambalaya (On the Bayou), Hank Williams Sr, The Ultimate Collection (Dlx Package), Mercury Nashville

The Ballad of Davy Crockett, Fess Parker, The Music of Disney: A Legacy in Song, Disney

[Show 24 of 2010]

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