REEL 3;NOTES IN REEL 3; CDR copy- The recordings made by Jack Manischewitz im 1957-8 mostly in Cincinatti Ohio although the American Indian recordings are from New Mexico
Recorded in: United States, Ohio, Cincinnati (Ohio), 1957.
Table of contents:
The Ash Grove--Spi mladenets--Mish a moy--Komodiuta--Oyfn Pripetchok--Fraternity people--The lady in red--Bill Grogan's goat--The hearse song--There is a soldier in the grass---We sold our cow--In days of old--Hasten, Jason--Reuben, Rueben I've been thinking--Mr. Johnny Rubeck--Alle meine genze--Hey Lottle Lotte--Oh you can't get to heaven--The titanic--Now I lay me down to sleep--The night when old Paddy died--A,B,C,D,--Blondie and Dagwood
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