Cover image for American roots music.
American roots music.
Macon, Uncle Dave, 1870-1952, performer.
Physical Description:
4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
"Soundtrack to the documentary television series of the same name"--Container.

Includes some previously unreleased selections.

Compact discs; in container (26 cm.).

Program notes (56 p. : ill.) bound in container.
Multiple languages
Country. American roots music theme (Ricky Skaggs, Earl Scruggs, James Cotton and Marc & Ann Savoy) ; Waiting for a train (Jimmie Rodgers) ; Wildwood flower (the Carter Family) ; Take me back to my old Carolina home (Uncle Dave Macon) ; Wabash Cannonball (Roy Acuff) ; That silver haired daddy of mine (Gene Autry) ; Sitting on top of the world (Bob Wills) ; Uncle Pen (Bill Monroe) ; Salty dog blues (Flatt and Scruggs) ; Nine-pound hammer (Merle Travis) ; Walking the floor over you (Ernest Tubb) ; You've got the money, I've got the time (Lefty Frizzell) ; Cold cold heart (Hank Williams) ; It wasn't God who made honky tonk angels (Kitty Wells) ; Black Mountain rag (Doc Watson) ; Earl's breakdown (Earl Scruggs) ; Little Maggie (Ralph Stanley) ; Where shades of love lie deep (Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver) ; Stomping grounds (Béla Fleck and the Flecktones

Blues. The King Biscuit time theme (James Cotton) ; Crazy blues (Mamie Smith) ; St. Louis blues (Bessie Smith) ; Black snake moan (Blind Lemon Jefferson) ; Screamin' and hollerin' the blues (Charley Patton) ; Cross road blues (Robert Johnson) ; Death letter blues (Son House) ; Another night to cry (Lonnie Johnson) ; Foldin' bed (Whistler's Jug Band) ; Boogie woogie dream (Albert Ammons and Pete Johnson) ; Bye bye bird (Sonny Boy Williamson) ; Shake for me (Howlin' Wolf) ; Got my mojo working (Muddy Waters) ; The thrill is gone (B.B. King) ; Take a little walk with me (Robert Lockwood Jr.) ; Henry (Keb' Mo')

Gospel. Joshua fit de battle (Fisk Jubilee Singers) ; Precious Lord, take my hand (Thomas A. Dorsey) ; Blind Barnabus (the Golden Gate Quartet) ; Down by the riverside (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) ; Move on up a little higher (Mahalia Jackson) ; Sit down servant (the Staple Singers) ; Oh happy day (Edwin Hawkins)

Folk. This land is your land (Woody Guthrie) ; Goodnight Irene (Lead Belly) ; So long it's been good to know yuh (the Weavers) ; The soldier and the lady (the New Lost City Ramblers) ; John Henry (Mississippi John Hurt) ; If I had a hammer (The hammer song) (Peter, Paul and Mary) ; We shall overcome (SNCC Freedom Singers with Pete Seeger) ; The times they are a-changin' (Bob Dylan)

Cajun/Zydeco. Allons à Lafayette (Joe Falcon and Cleoma Breaux) ; Madame Atchen (Amédé Ardoin and Dennis McGee) ; Port Arthur blues (Dewey Balfa) ; I'm a hog for you (Clifton Chenier) ; Dans la Louisianne (Marc and Ann Savoy) ; Ossun two-step (Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys)

Tejano. Mal hombre (Lydia Mendoza) ; Muchacha bonita (Narciso Martínez) ; Rosalito (Valerio Longoria) ; Las nubes (Little Joe y la Familia) ; Ring of fire (Mingo Saldívar) ; Sorry boy (Flaco Jiménez)

Native American. Yeibichei song (unidentified performers) ; Traditional powwow (Renzel Last Horse and Kiyaska) ; Jesus loves me (Everette Red Bear and Sandor Iron Rope of the Native American Church) ; Wounded Knee (Floyd Westerman) ; Enchantment song (R. Carlos Nakai) ; The dance (Robert Mirabal).
Added Author:

Added Uniform Title:
American roots music (Television program)

Take me back to my old Carolina home.
Added Title:
Black Mountain rag.

King Biscuit time theme.

Foldin' bed.

Boogie woogie dream.

Joshua fit de battle.

Blind Barnabus.

Down by the riverside.

Oh happy day.

Soldier and the lady.

We shall overcome.

Madame Atchen.

Port Arthur blues.

Ossun two-step.

Mal hombre.


Yeibichei song.
Format :
Music CD