If you ain't got the do-re-mi songs of rags and riches.
|Format:||Music CD 2007|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsWall Street rag (Ann Charters, piano)
Empty pocket blues (Barrel of money blues) (Pete Seeger)
Do-re-mi (Woody Guthrie)
Bill Morgan and his gal (the New Lost City Ramblers)
One meat ball (Josh White)
Jim Fisk (June Lazare)
Gallis pole (Lead Belly)
Brother, can you spare a dime? (Joe Glazer)
Yankee dollar (Lord Invader)
If I had a million dollars (Speckled Red)
Nobody knows you when you're down and out (Rolf Cahn and Eric Von Schmidt)
If I lose, I don't care (the New Lost City Ramblers)
Banks of marble (Pete Seeger)
The old arm chair (Gale Huntington)
The money rolls in (Derek Lamb)
Business (Pete Seeger)
If you lose your money (Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee)
Union maid (the Almanac Singers)
Greenback dollar (Kilby Snow and Mike Hudek, autoharps)
The miller and his sons (Horton Barker)
Penny's farm (Pete Seeger)
Billy Grimes the rover (the New Lost City Ramblers)
Ida Mae (The social security song) (Joe Glazer)
Last gold dollar (Bascom Lamar Lunsford)
Black dog blues (the Stoneman Family)
I don't want your millions (the Almanac Singers)
Pretty Boy Floyd (Woody Guthrie).
-- United States.
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Money -- Songs and music.
Working class -- United States -- Songs and music.
|Publisher|| Washington, DC :Smithsonian Folkways,2007
|Other Titles|| Songs of rags and riches
Smithsonian Folkways: SFW 40195 (on container: SFW CD 40195).
Popular and folk music.
Selections originally released by Folkways and Collector, 1954-2000.
"This compilation ... marks the opening of the Museum of American Finance on New York City's Wall Street"--Container.
Program notes by Jeff Place and John Herzog, discography, and bibliography (20 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.