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Jack Elliot  Ramblin' - 100 Classic Recordings 1954-62
100 Classic Recordings 1954-62
Artist: Jack Elliot Ramblin'
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 07/07/2023
UPC: 824046717421

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1. Pretty Boy Floyd
2. Jesse James
3. Charles Guiteau
4. Talking Columbia Blues
5. Ludlow Massacre
6. Hard Traveling
7. Talking Dustbowl Blues
8. 1913 Massacre
9. Talking Miner Blues
10. Pretty Boy Floyd
11. Midnight Special
12. Old Blue
13. Rocky Mountain Belle
14. Fifteen Cents
15. Good Morning Blues
16. John Henry
17. San Francisco Bay Blues
18. Ol' Riley
19. Boll Weevil
20. Bed Bug Blues
21. New York Town
22. Grey Goose
23. Mule Skinner Blues
24. Cocaine
25. Dink's Song
26. Black Baby
27. Salty Dog
28. Rusty Jiggs and Sandy Sam
29. Git Along Little Doggies
30. Sadie Brown
31. Night Herding Song
32. Chisholm Trail
33. Fifteen Cents and a Dollar
34. Rocky Mountain Belle
35. Talking Blues
36. Diamond Joe
37. In the Willow Garden
38. I Ride An Old Paint
39. Jack O' Diamonds
40. Do-Re-Mi
41. Dead or Alive
42. Grand Coulee Dam
43. Dust Storm Disaster
44. I Ain't Got No Home
45. So Long (It's Been Good to Know You)
46. T for Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1)
47. Waiting for a Train
48. Jimmie the Kid
49. Mother the Queen of My Heart
50. In the Jailhouse Now
51. Whippin' That Old T.B
52. Hard Traveling
53. Grand Coulee Dam
54. New York Town
55. Tom Joad
56. Howdido
57. Talking Dust Bowl
58. This Land Is Your Land
59. Philadelphia Lawyer
60. Talking Columbia
61. Dust Storm Disaster
62. Riding in My Car
63. 1913 Massacre
64. So Long
65. Brother Won't You Join in the Line?
66. There Are Better Things to Do
67. Sadie Brown
68. East Virginia Blues
69. I Belong to Glasgow
70. The Cuckoo
71. Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms
72. South Coast
73. San Francisco Bay Blues
74. The Last Letter
75. Candy Man
76. Tramp on the Street
77. Railroad Bill
78. Mule Skinner Blues
79. Cool Water
80. Talking Miner Blies
81. Boll Weevil
82. How Long Blues
83. Salty Dog
84. Tyin' Knots in the Devil's Tail
85. Hobo's Lullaby
86. Talking Sailor
87. Rock Island Line
88. Mean Mama Blues
89. Low and Lonely
90. Wreck of the Old '97
91. Old Shep
92. Wabash Cannonball
93. Brown Eyes
94. Lovesick Blues
95. Arthritis Blues
96. Take Me Back and Love Me
97. Tennessee Stud
98. Those Brown Eyes
99. Detour
100. Soldier's Last Letter

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Ramblin' Jack Elliot - 100 Classic Recordings 1954-62 / This great-value 100-track 4-CD collection brings together many of his recordings from the early years of his career Ramblin. Born in Brooklyn in 1931, Jack Elliot was inspired by the rodeos at Madison Square Garden, and began busking for a living, befriending Woody Guthrie. He travelled to the UK to perform and record in the late '50s, establishing his reputation in international folk circles, and back in the USA became an early influence on Bob Dylan and Phil Ochs. He continued performing and recording for the next half century and more, and is still active in 2023 at the age of 91. This great-value 100-track 4-CD collection brings together many of his recordings from the early years of his career, mainly from albums but including a few singles and EPs. It features most of the titles from his albums for the Elektra, Topic, 77, Prestige & Columbia UK labels, "Bad Men And Heroes", "Woody Guthrie's Blues", "Jack Elliot Sings", "Jack Takes The Floor", "Ramblin' Jack Elliot In London", "Ramblin' Jack Elliott Sings Songs by Woody Guthrie and Jimmie Rodgers", "Jack Elliott Sings the Songs of Woody Guthrie", "Ramblin' Jack Elliot", "Jack Elliott at the Second Fret - Recorded Live" and "Country Style". It's a reasonably comprehensive overview of his influential early work, and a great showcase for his talent as an interpretive folk troubadour, bringing old songs to new audiences in his distinctively idiosyncratic way, and underlining why he became such a significant figure in the genre.