|Title:||Newport Folk Festival 1964 - Evening Concerts Vol. 3|
|Style:||Folk, Cajun, Country Blues, East Coast Blues, Gospel|
|Category:||Funk, Soul / Blues / Folk, Country|
|Other format:||DXD AU AIFF WMA VOX APE ADX|
An Original Vanguard Recording. Recorded live at the Newport Folk Festival, July 23-26. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat. Newport Folk Festival 1964 - Evening Concerts Vol. 3 (LP, Album, Mono).
Newport Folk Festival Timeline. 1964 marks the 4th festival (35 total). Incorrect? Newport Folk Festival 1959. Newport Folk Festival 1960. Newport Folk Festival 1963. Newport Folk Festival 1964. Newport Folk Festival 1965. Newport Folk Festival 1966. Newport Folk Festival 1967. Newport Folk Festival 1968. Newport Folk Festival 1969. Tagged: Taking Back Sunday.
The Newport Folk Festival - 1963: The Evening Concerts, Volume 1 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел 27 ноября 1991г. В альбом вошло 16 треков. The Newport Folk Festival - 1963: The Evening Concerts, Volume 1. 27 ноября 1991г.
Genre: Folk, Blues Country: USA Year: 1964 Audio codec: MP3 Riptype: tracks Bitrate: 256 kbps Playtime: 1:37:35 Site: plixid. com Tracklist: 1964 – Evening Concerts at 1963 Newport Folk Festival, Vo. 1964 – Evening Concerts at 1963 Newport Folk Festival, Vo. 01. Bessie Jones – My god is a rock in the weary land 03:09 02. Bessie Jones & the Georgia Sea Island Singers – The Buzzard Lope 02:16 03.
Although the attendance (and the attendant live albums) for the 1964 Newport Folk Festival was greater than any previous event, it must be said that it could not hold a candle to its most immediate predecessor. In 1963, after all, folk and the protest movement were at their peak - by 1964, both the winds of change and the forces of commerce had begun to sweep across the vista and, while there is no faulting either the commitment or the performances aired that weekend, still one can sense the mood beginning to shift.
The 1963 The Evening Concerts. Newport Folk Festival. In adddition to its high excellence as music, this album is of major importance as a document in social history: it is a perfect capture of the energy, hope, and idealism of an America that none of us knew was about to turn into a nightmare . Folk Music At Newport, Vol. I.
The Newport Jazz Festival is a music festival held every summer in Newport, Rhode Island. Elaine Lorillard established the festival in 1954, and she and husband Louis Lorillard financed it for many years. They hired George Wein to organize the first festival and bring jazz to Rhode Island. Most of the early festivals were broadcast on Voice of America radio, and many performances were recorded and released as albums. In 1972, the Newport Jazz Festival was moved to New York City
The Newport folk festival, 1964: evening concerts, vol. 3. PERFORMERS: Doc Watson - Fred McDowell - Hedy West - Swan Silvertones - Tom Paxton - Koerner, Ray and Glover -Judy Roderick; Cajun Band DOUGLASS PHONODISC DMds 8653. News & the blues: telling it like it is. Performers include: Bessie Smith- Victoria Spivey- Blind Willie Johnson- Mississippi John Hurt,-Lucille Bogan- Charlie Patton-Casey Bill Weldon-Big Bill Broonzy- Alfred Fields-Jack Kelly-Blind Boy Fuller-Bukka White- Bill Gaither-Memphis Minnie
|–Doc Watson||Blueridge Mountain Blues|
|–Doc Watson||Blackberry Blossom|
|–Doc Watson||Going Down This Road Feeling Bad|
|–Hedy West||500 Miles|
|–Hedy West||Anger In The Land|
|–Swan Silvertones*||Oh Mary Don't You Weep|
|–Swan Silvertones*||Feed Me, Jesus|
|–Tom Paxton||Bottle Of Wine|
|–Tom Paxton||That Was The Last Thing On My Mind|
|–Koerner, Ray & Glover||Blackjack Davy|
|–Koerner, Ray & Glover||What's The Matter With The Mill|
|–Judy Roderick||He Was A Friend Of Mine|
|–Judy Roderick||Mr. Brown To You|
|–Judy Roderick||Blues On My Ceiling|
|–The Cajun Band*||Bosco Stomp|
|VRS-9186||Various||Newport Folk Festival 1964 - Evening Concerts Vol. 3 (LP, Album, Mono)||Vanguard||VRS-9186||US||1964|
|TFL 6052, TFL.6052||Various||Newport Folk Festival 1964 - Evening Concerts Vol. 3 (LP, Comp)||Fontana, Fontana||TFL 6052, TFL.6052||UK||1965|