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Cowboys Lament - Burl Ives - The Wayfaring Stranger (CD, Album)


2000
Label: Collectables - COL-CD-6474 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk
Cowboys Lament - Burl Ives - The Wayfaring Stranger (CD, Album)

 · Ives' definitive Columbia album, The Wayfaring Stranger was also one of the bright spots in the very early folk revival of the mid-'50s, serving (every bit as much as the work of the Weavers) as the unofficial songbook for a generation of would-be folksingers who followed.

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Wayfaring Stranger" on Discogs.5/5(1).

 · Burl Ives had a formidable songbag -- "Darlin' Cory" has the same ancient melody as Dock Boggs' "Country Blues," "John Hardy" shares a structure with Lead Belly's "John Henry," and I'm sure other mix-and-matches (a sign that a traditional song and its parts have changed many hands over the years) have escaped my amateur ear -- and if the back /5(38).

Eight sides in a four-page album. More Recent Pressings Exist with Same Songs, but in some cases with different sequence and different number of tracks. This pressing has three lines of licensing/patent information under the label logos; the second pressing (The Wayfaring Stranger) has two lines of licensing/patent text/5(5).

This collection gathers over Burl Ives recordings on four discs, featuring multiple versions of his signature tune, "Wayfaring Stranger," which was a smoothing out of an s religious folk tune, and several turns on his hit with the Andrews Sisters, "Blue Tail Price: $


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  1.  · Ives' definitive Columbia album, The Wayfaring Stranger was also one of the bright spots in the very early folk revival of the mid-'50s, serving (every bit as much as the work of the Weavers) as the unofficial songbook for a generation of would-be folksingers who followed/10(15).

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