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Fri Mar 21 17:05:06 2014 UTClccn-n810033000.06American roots music0.251.00Edith Roberts sings Carter Family favorite songs125519891n 81003300549409Carter sisters & Mother MaybelleThe Carter FamilyThe Carter Family Unveraenderte Formlccn-n79018367Cash, Johnnyivesngprfitrcmplccn-n79019226Cash, June Carter1929-2003sngprfitrcmplccn-no95042205Hirshberg, Charlesviaf-241658944Zwonitzer, Marklccn-n84016595Statler Brothersprfitrlccn-n83065770Jennings, Waylonsngprflccn-n88613660Perkins, Carl1932-1998sngprfitrlccn-n91077450Kristofferson, Krisprflccn-no2001007196Grant, Marshall(Bassist)prfnp-holland, w sHolland, W. S.prfCarter Family (Musical group)MusicCriticism, interpretation, etcCountry musicHistoryOld-time musicRock musicRockabilly musicGospel musicFolk musicPopular musicUnited StatesCountry musicCountry musiciansOld-time musicCarter Family (Musical group)Folk musicGospel musicPrisoners' songsBallads, EnglishFolk songs, EnglishPopular musicBluegrass musicCajun musicBlues (Music)CowboysTennesseeTejano musicIndians of North AmericaZydeco musicComic books, strips, etcRadio broadcastingRadio stationsNorth America--Mexican-American Border RegionRockabilly musicHymns, EnglishMotion picture music--ExcerptsShape-note singingSermons, AmericanSacred songsSpirituals (Songs)Carter, JanetteSocial historyCash, JohnnyCarter familyDylan, Bob,Music--Social aspectsAppalachian RegionLive sound recordingsRodgers, Jimmie,Folk songsManners and customsAppalachians (People)EcologyCoal mines and mining--Environmental aspectsTennessee Valley AuthorityPoorEconomic historyUnemploymentStrip mining--Environmental aspectsGuitar19271928192919301931193219341935193619371938194019411942194419461949195219561957195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201312625697909782.421642M1630.18ocn003295132ocn044607334ocn044722225ocn004630473ocn020231312ocn038524971ocn054099538ocn058915689ocn061322175ocn173511751ocn658468663ocn766251147ocn661782184ocn659140575ocn765580428ocn766404973ocn661358649ocn765405951ocn661719207ocn659024763ocn725810965ocn725455790ocn725339631ocn725767748ocn725586540ocn725418868ocn725124523ocn724838670ocn725655811ocn725553250ocn025586776ocn022949592ocn053329143ocn042832603ocn039476603ocn7323737567293ocn042903454rcrd19990.19Cash, JohnnyJohnny Cash at Folsom PrisonMusicDocumentary filmsThe new documentary film, examines the single most important day in the career of the legendary Man in Black and the prison where it all took place6084ocn049052841rcrd20020.17Cash, JohnnyThe essential Johnny CashThe Essential Johnny Cash was issued to commemorate Cash's 70th birthday. All of his very biggest hits are here in this 2-disc, 36 track collection4643ocn003295132rcrd19770.47Country music south and westMusicContains such country songs as I wanna be a cowboy's sweet heart, Born to lose, and cotton eyed Joe performed by such artists as Jimmie Rodgers, The sons of the pioneers, and the Carter family4401ocn060815771visu20050.20The Carter Family Will the circle be unbrokenDocuments the public and private life of the Carter Family3012ocn048448169rcrd20010.06American roots musicMusic2443ocn070108789rcrd20060.15Stanley, RalphA distant land to roam songs of the Carter family2196ocn024643605rcrd19560.19Carter Family (Musical group)The Carter Family2181ocn016406311book19870.37Fowler, GeneBorder radioHistoryCountry musicOld-time music2131ocn056402535rcrd20040.16The unbroken circle the musical heritage of the Carter FamilyThe history of American roots music lies with southwestern Virginia's Carter Family's hymns, white blues, transplanted British folk ballads and sentimental 19th-century parlor songs. Playing melody on her bass strings, Maybelle helped to bring the guitar to the forefront of pop instrumentation. Even at the peak of their 1920s-30s success, lead singer Sara's deep tones resonated with restrained sorrow (perhaps for a troubled marriage and a career she wanted far less than husband A.P. and sister-in-law Maybelle). With a voice as weathered as her native Clinch Mountains, Sara, though only in her 30s, sounded like "Worried Man Blues" would eat at her until she reached the "River Of Jordan." These 20 rural tunes come from 1935 and 1940 sessions for ARC and OKeh. None of them were previously recorded for Victor, but Legacy's sound far surpasses Rounder's catalog of their Victor output2133ocn061323078rcrd20050.18Cash, JohnnyThe legendCountry musicRock musicRockabilly music2064ocn044607334rcrd20000.20Carter Family (Musical group)Can the circle be unbroken country music's first family2031ocn432988449book20100.66Starr, LarryAmerican popular music : from minstrelsy to MP3Criticism, interpretation, etc+-+35814804651837ocn049907403rcrd20010.23Carter Family (Musical group)The Carter Family, 1927-19341731ocn044722225rcrd20000.27Smith, Harry EverettHarry Smith's anthology of American folk music1611ocn080547877visu20070.16The best of HootenannyCountry gospel musicFolk musicFolk-rock musicGospel musicPopular musicHootenanny was a half-hour showcase for folk music broadcast by ABC between April 1963 and September 1964. In addition to folk music, the show featured comedians and gospel, jazz, and country performers. This compilation taken from kinescopes presents highlights from the show, including performances by Judy Collins, Johnny Cash, Carly Simon (as part of the Simon Sisters), Woody Allen, and Bill Cosby1581ocn004630473rcrd19780.66Songs of local history & events1561ocn020231312rcrd19890.19Folk classics roots of American folk music1511ocn054099538rcrd20030.47Goodbye, Babylon1511ocn038524971rcrd19980.16The Apostle music from and inspired by the motion picture1502ocn061322175rcrd20050.15Cash, June CarterKeep on the sunny side June Carter Cash, her life in music15553ocn049225763book20020.21Zwonitzer, MarkWill you miss me when I'm gone? : the Carter Family and their legacy in American musicBiographyTraces the bluegrass country music achievements of the Carter family, from their discovery by a New York record maker to their rise to stardom and eventual breakup, noting their influence on the careers of top performers+-+98120393152982ocn430838774book20120.21Young, FrankThe Carter Family : don't forget this songComic books, strips, etcGraphic novelsThis biography is a moving account that reveals the Carter family's rise to success, their struggles along the way, and their impact on contemporary music1681ocn004210725book19780.06Krishef, Robert KThe Carter Family : country music's first familyJuvenile worksBiographyA biography of the "Original Carter Family," A.P., Sara, and Maybelle, who were among the first performers of "hillbilly" music and who influenced the music of today's folk and bluegrass stars742ocn009785068book19830.63Carter, JanetteLiving with memoriesBiography572ocn697954314file20000.73Stecher, JodySongs of the Carter Family562ocn008181856score19790.22Carter, A. PThe original Carter family : piano, vocal, guitar+-+K638559815512ocn013756323visu19850.59Sunny side of lifePresents a documentary on the original Carter family of Southwestern Virginia and their musical legacy. Points out that individual performers pass on, but their joy and spirit endures "when we keep on the sunny side of life."161ocn076944595visu20060.47The AppalachiansHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsThe third segment in a 3-part series exploring the political, economic, musical, and spiritual history of the Appalachian region. Part 3 examines the 20th century history of Appalachia through the prisms of economic hardship, spiritual perseverance, the region's rich musical heritage and the rise of modern country music by way of radio and phonograph. It also highlights the resonance of long-standing church traditions and documents the Appalachian experience in connection with major historical events : the Great depression, the New Deal, The WPA, the Tennessee Valley Authority, stip mining, the migration of mountain people to the mid-West and LBJ's war on poverty152ocn061185912visu20000.19Guitar styles of the Carter FamilyMethods CountryMethods FolkMike Seeger demonstrates how guitarists can incorporate the Carter Family sound into their own music. Janette Carter, daughter of A.P. and Sarah Carter, shares family stories, demonstrates her mother's guitar playing, and accompanies Mike Seeger with guitar, autoharp, and singing+-+2429147846153ocn006099235mix19700.79Kahn, EdwardThe Carter family a reflection of changes in societyCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography111ocn044392815visu19960.27America's music the roots of countryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyAs rock and roll sweeps the country, country musicians and songwriters, searching for a softer sound, turn increasingly to the roots of country music centered in American folk songs. Out of this search emerges the discovery of regional country music such as Appalachian, Bluegrass and Cajun music. This film presents the careers of Woody Guthrie, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, The Carter Family, The Kingston Trio, The Stoneman Family, Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs and other country entertainers of the 1960's+-+319961532532491ocn527355829book19900.33Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources81ocn044274147visu19960.33America's music the roots of countryHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFrom the hardscrabble fields and coal mines of Appalachia comes a sound that speaks to ordinary folks. A sound heard on porches and hoedowns. This film tells the story of Country Music's struggle to find a commercial appeal. Examines the contributions of early western singers such as Roy Acuff, Dave Macon, George Hay, Jimmie Rodgers, Marty Robbins, Freddy Fender and musical groups such as the Carter Family and the Sons of the Pioneers. It also looks at the beginnings of The Grand Ole Opry in the Rhyman Auditorium in Nashville and the advent of country western music on radio+-+999961532532452ocn226300444visu19800.63Sara & Maybelle of the original Carter familyThis may be the only filmed performance of these two members of the original Carter Family, whose recordings for Victor, Columbia and Decca helped to found the country music industry. Sara and Maybelle sing "Sweet Fern" and "Solid gone," two songs which demonstrate their famous guitar picking style and harmony singing41ocn276647625visu20060.08Johnny Cash, the man in black a documentaryBiography41ocn043704416book0.92The Carter family on border radioDiscography41ocn025248481visu0.73Sara & MaybelleThis may be the only filmed performance of these two members of the original Carter Family, whose recordings for Victor, Columbia and Decca helped to found the country music industry. Sara and Maybelle sing "Sweet Fern" and "Solid gone," two songs which demonstrate their famous guitar picking style and harmony singing21ocn070124660book19630.92Christ, Keith GCarter Family discographyDiscography21ocn703441151rcrd1.00Roberts, EdithEdith Roberts sings Carter Family favorite songs21ocn805852133book20050.47Carter, JanetteMy Clinch Mountain homeBiography+-+3581480465+-+3581480465Fri Mar 21 15:52:46 EDT 2014batch35342