"The Harry Smith B-Sides" CD Box Set (Dust-to-Digital)

$79.99

THIS IS AMAZING! 

Box set containing the flip side of 78-rpm records that Harry Smith included on the Anthology of American Folk Music.

81 newly-remastered recordings on four CDs with a full-color, 144-page, cork-cover book in a cigar-style box.

Featuring archival images, original artwork by Harry Smith, and essays by John Cohen, Lance Ledbetter, and Eli Smith. 

Liner note contributions by more than 80 artists, writers, and musicians that have been inspired by Harry Smith’s work including Daniel Bachman, Devendra Banhart, Sarah Bryan, Rosanne Cash, Dom Flemons, Steve Gunn, Will Oldham, Amanda Petrusich, Steve Roden, Art Rosenbaum, Nathan Salsburg, Peter Stampfel, and many more.

Tracklist

CD 1
1. Dick Justice – “One Cold December Day”
2. Nelstone's Hawaiians – “Village School”
3. Clarence Ashley – “Old John Hardy”
4. Coley Jones – “The Elder He’s My Man”
*5. Bill & Belle Reed – “You Shall Be Free”
6. Buell Kazee – "The Wagoner's Lad"
7. Buell Kazee – "The Butcher's Boy"
8. Chubby Parker & His Old-Time Banjo – “Down on the Farm”
9. Uncle Eck Dunford – “Angeline, the Baker”
10. Burnett and Rutherford – “All Night Long Blues”
11. Buster Carter and Preston Young – “It Won’t Hurt No More”
12. Carolina Tar Heels – “You Are a Little Too Small”
13. G.B. Grayson – “Rose Conley”
14. Kelly Harrell – “My Wife, She Has Gone and Left Me”
15. Edward L. Crain – “Cowboy’s Home Sweet Home”
16. Kelly Harrell – “Henry Clay Beattie”
17. Carter Family – “Bring Me Back My Blue-Eyed Boy”
18. Williamson Brothers & Curry – “Warfield”
19. Frank Hutchison – “Stackalee”
20. Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers – “Monkey on a String”
21. Mississippi John Hurt – “Nobody’s Dirty Business”

CD 2
1. William & Versey Smith – “Everybody Help the Boys Come Home”
2. Carter Family – “I’m Thinking Tonight of My Blue Eyes”
3. Furry Lewis – “Kassie Jones”
*4. The Bentley Boys – “Henhouse Blues”
5. The Masked Marvel – “Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues”
6. Carolina Tar Heels – “Back to Mexico”
7. Uncle Bunt Stephens – “Louisburg Blues”
8. J.W. Day – “Marthis Campbell”
9. Prince Albert Hunt's Texas Ramblers – “Waltz of Roses”
10. Delma Lachney and Blind Uncle Gaspard – “Le Bebe et le Gambleur (The Baby and the Gambler)”
11. Andrew & Jim Baxter – “Forty Drops”
12. A.C “Eck” Robertson and Family – “Amarillo Waltz”
13. Hoyt Ming and His Pep-Steppers – “Old Red”
14. Henry Thomas – “Bull-Doze Blues”
15. Jim Jackson – “I Heard the Voice of a Pork Chop”
16. Columbus Fruge – “Bayou Teche”
17. Joseph Falcon – “Aimer et Perdre (To Love and Lose)”
18. Breaux Freres – “T’As Vole Mon Chapeau (You Have Stolen My Hat)”
19. Cincinnati Jug Band – “George Street Stomp”
20. Frank Cloutier and the Victoria Cafe Orchestra – “Moonshiner's Dance Part Two”
21. Rev. J. M. Gates – “Oh Death Where Is Thy Sting”
22. Rev. J. M. Gates – “Must Be Born Again”

CD 3
1. Alabama Sacred Harp Singers – “Present Joys”
2. Alabama Sacred Harp Singers – “Rocky Road”
3. Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1 – “I Am Going Home”
4. Sister Mary Nelson – “The Royal Telephone”
5. Memphis Sanctified Singers – “The Great Reaping Day”
6. Elders McIntorsh and Edwards –“The Latter Rain Is Fall”
7. Rev. Moses Mason – “Go Wash in the Beautiful Stream”
8. Bascom Lamar Lunsford – “Stepstone”
9. Blind Willie Johnson – “You’re Going to Need Someone on Your Bond”
10. Carter Family – “God Gave Noah the Rainbow Sign”
11. Ernest Phipps & His Holiness Singers – “A Little Talk with Jesus”
12. Rev. F.W. McGee – “Nothing to Do in Hell”
13. Rev. D.C. Rice and His Sanctified Congregation –“He’s Got His Eyes on You”
14. Clarence Ashley – “Dark Holler Blues”
15. Buell Kazee – “Darling Cora”
16. Cannon's Jug Stompers – “Madison Street Rag”
17. E. Segura & D. Herbert – “Far Away from Home Blues”
18. Richard "Rabbit" Brown – “I’m Not Jealous”
19. Dock Boggs – “Down South Blues”
20. Bascom Lamar Lunsford – “Mountain Dew”

CD 4
1. Mr. & Mrs. Ernest V. Stoneman – “The Road to Washington”
2. Stoneman Family – “Too Late”
3. Memphis Jug Band – “I Packed My Suitcase, Started to the Train”
4. Carter Family – “The Storms Are on the Ocean”
5. Joseph Falcon & Cleoma Breaux – “Fe Fe Ponchaux”
6. Blind Lemon Jefferson – “Shuckin’ Sugar Blues”
7. Sleepy John Estes and Yank Rachell – “Sweet Mama”
8. Ramblin' Thomas – “Ramblin’ Man”
9. Cannon's Jug Stompers – “Riley’s Wagon”
10. Dock Boggs – “Sammie, Where Have You Been So Long”
11. Julius Daniels – “My Mamma Was a Sailor”
12. Blind Lemon Jefferson – “Lemon’s Worried Blues”
13. Blind Lemon Jefferson – “’Lectric Chair Blues”
14. Joseph Falcon & Cleoma Breaux – “Elle M’A Oublie (She Has Forgotten Me)”
15. Uncle Dave Macon – “Rise When the Rooster Crows”
*16. Uncle Dave Macon – “I’m the Child to Fight”
17. Mississippi John Hurt – “Blue Harvest Blues”
18. Memphis Jug Band – “Memphis Yo Yo Blues”
19. J.P. Nestor – “Black-Eyed Susie”
20. Ken Manyard – “The Cowboy’s Lament”
21. Henry Thomas – “Texas Worried Blues”

*The producers have chosen not to include these three tracks due to lyrics containing racist language. The recordings are referenced in the book, and if you would like to hear them, they are available via archive.org and YouTube.

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