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1. Oh, Had I A Golden Thread
2. Westphalia Waltz
3. Raggedy Pat
4. 8th of January
5. Leaning on the Everlasting Arms
6. The Billboard Song
7. Write Me a Few of Yo Lines
8. Milwaukee Blues
9. Swallow Song
10. Charlie's Neat and Charlie's Sweet / Weevilly Wheat
11. Girl I Left in Sunny Tennessee
12. Gimme That Old Time Religion
13. Talking Union
14. All My Friends Gonna Be Strangers
15. Texas Quickstep
16. Long Time a-Growing
17. Mardi Gras Dance
18. Lady of Carlisle
19. White Winged Dove
20. Sardines and Pork and Beans
21. Hoop-e-Kack
22. Down, Down, Derry Down
23. Walking Down That Railroad Line
24. Duna
25. Orange Blossom Special
26. Fire on the Mountain
27. When the Curfew Blows
28. Ragtime Annie
29. The Hounds Are Out (the Innocent Hare)
30. Bachelor Blues
31. Jimmy Whelan
32. Paddy, Won't You Drink Some Cider?
33. Good Night Waltz
34. Searchin
35. 'The Clouds Gwine Roll Away
36. Northfield
37. Baby, Let Me Lay It on You
38. Talking Fishing Blues
39. Sweet Sunny South
40. Play Run Run
41. Cherokee Shuffle
42. Bringing Mary Home
43. The Lost Trapper
44. Don't Mistreat Nobody (Cause You Got a Few Dimes)
45. Billy in the Lowground
46. The Curlew's Song
47. Jamie Raeburn's Farewell
48. Hesitation Blues
49. I'm a Rover and Seldom Sober
50. O, Them Golden Slippers

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The Village Out West celebrates the underappreciated bastion of the Folk Revival that emerged in the San Francisco Bay Area in the 1960s, a counterpoint to the seminal New York City scene that has dominated the historical narrative. Compiled from a vast array of recordings by autodidact recording engineer Alan Oakes, the two-CD set features legendary names like Hank Bradley, Rev. Gary Davis, Larry Hanks, Mississippi Fred McDowell, New Lost City Ramblers, and Doc Watson, as well as unsung heroes of the local California communities that turned the region into fertile ground for American music. This music triumphantly transcends the passage of the decades with it's luminous and passionate presence, making the case for California as a crucial hotbed for some of the most impressive and diverse folk music of the 20th century.