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Format: CD
Sku: 60027833
UPC: 093074008621
UPC 14: 00093074008621
Release Date: 11/17/1998
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Powwow Song - Chippewa Nation ~ Various Artists
2. 22 - Babes in Toyland ~ Various Artists
3. Sail Away Ladies - John "Spider John" Koerner ~ Various Artists
4. I Did My Best - Soul Asylum ~ Various Artists
5. Red-Headed Swede - The Skal Club Spelmanslag ~ Various Artists
6. Singing Leaf, The - Wang Chong Lor ~ Various Artists
7. I'll Open My Mouth to the Lord/I'll Be Ready - Sounds of Blackness ~ Various Artists
8. Kim Marie - Karl Hartwich ~ Various Artists
9. Jazz Me Blues - Manny L¢pez ~ Various Artists
10. Unica Estrella, La - La Unica Estrella ~ Various Artists
11. Flat Stuff - Greg Brown ~ Various Artists
12. Miss Ferris - John Hartford ~ Various Artists
13. Born to Be with You - Bob Lewis ~ Various Artists
14. Milestone - Eugene Redmond ~ Various Artists
15. I'm So Grateful - Fontella Bass/Martha Bass ~ Various Artists
16. Stop Breaking Down - Oliver Sain ~ Various Artists
17. Get Down, River - The Bottle Rockets ~ Various Artists
18. Guignol?e, La - The Ste. Genevieve Guignol?e Singers ~ Various Artists
Disc 2
Song Title
1. Sweetest Song I Know, The - The Boundless Love Quartet ~ Various Artists
2. T for Texas (Blue Yodel No. 1) - Sonny Burgess ~ Various Artists
3. St. Louis Blues - Ann Peebles/The Memphis Horns ~ Various Artists
4. Going Back to Memphis - James Cotton/Levon Helm ~ Various Artists
5. Take a Little Walk with Me - Robert Lockwood, Jr. ~ Various Artists
6. Catfish - Big Jack Johnson ~ Various Artists
7. Shake Your Moneymaker - Big Jack Johnson ~ Various Artists
8. Grits Ain't Groceries - Little Milton ~ Various Artists
9. We Praise Your Holy Name - The Mississippi Mass Choir ~ Various Artists
10. Taters and Gravy and Chicken-Fried Steak - Kenny Bill Stinson ~ Various Artists
11. Back Door, La (La Porte d'en Arri?re) - D.L. Menard ~ Various Artists
12. Bon Chien - Geno Delafose ~ Various Artists
13. Marie Laveau - David & Roselyn ~ Various Artists
14. Basin Street Blues - Henry Butler ~ Various Artists
15. Time Is on My Side - Irma Thomas ~ Various Artists
16. Check Your Bucket - Eddie Bo/Henry Butler ~ Various Artists
17. Let Your Mind Be Free - The Soul Rebels ~ Various Artists
18. Vida de un Jaibero, La - Irv n P?rez ~ Various Artists
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Engineers include: John Tyler, John Paulson, Matt Sakakeeny.
Muze PNote Recorded between 1995 & 1997. Includes liner notes by Anthony Seeger and Elija Wald.
Muze PNote Adapter: Oliver Sain.
Muze PNote Personnel: David Leonard (vocals, guitar, harmonica); D.L. Menard, Dave Pirner, Greg Brown, Kat Bjelland, Kenny Bill Stinson, Little Milton, Robert Lockwood, Jr., Sonny Burgess , Big Jack Johnson, Mary Wilson , Brian Henneman (vocals, guitar); "Spider" John Koerner (vocals, 12-string guitar); Rory Ezell (vocals, mandolin); Lil' Bob Lewis, John Hartford (vocals, fiddle); Paul Wilson (vocals, harmonica); Geno Delafose (vocals, accordion); Oliver Sain (vocals, saxophone, keyboards); Mervin Campbell (vocals, trumpet); Eddie Bo, Fontella Bass (vocals, piano); Douglas Kingbird, Randy Kingbird, Pete White, Levon Helm, Bruce White (vocals, drums); Alisa Patrick, Charles Martin, Roselyn Lionheart, Nene Lopez, Jill Brewington, Duke Blechler, Huell Tilley, Aaron Mayo, Nanette Lewis, Irma Thomas, Irv n P?rez, Becky Menard Moreland, Martha Bass, The Mississippi Mass Choir, Ann Peebles, Sounds of Blackness, The Ste. Genevieve Guignol?e Singers, Wang Chong Lor (vocals); Lumar LeBlanc (rap vocals, snare drum); Christine Balfa, Dakota Dave Hull, Dan Murphy, Joseph "Cookie" Chavis, J.R. Rogers, Arthur Bell, Earl Cate, Bobby Lewis, Henry Rangel, Michael Harris, Renard Poch?, Bo Ramsey, Charlie Burton (guitar); Terry Huval (steel guitar); Kevin D. Hendrix (banjo); Joy Lewis Calhoun, Peter Ostroushko (mandolin); Joe Kemper, Bill Miller , Leo Abshire (fiddle); James Renfroe, Jim Aldride, James Cotton , Tony Glover (harmonica); John Mallette, Robert Jardell (accordion); Karl Hartwich (concertina); Charles Elan III, Emile R. Jr. Hall, David Renko, Larry Weathersby, William Terry, Byron Bernard, Jim Spake (saxophone); Andrew Love (tenor saxophone); Cannon Williams, Gerardo E. Bojorquez, Gonzalo Lopez, Steve Maylor, Joe Mulherin, Wayne Jackson (trumpet); Manny L¢pez (cornet); Winston Turner, Jeff D. Clauss, Herbert Stevens, Jack Hale (trombone); Damion Francois (tuba); Henry Butler (piano, electric piano); Cindy Allardin, Paul Brown, Tewanta Yerington, Kern Ray Kennedy (piano); David Curry (organ); Frank Frost, Ernie Cate, Jerry Smith, Warner Williams, Willie Murphy (keyboards); Tom Ray (acoustic bass); Dewight Levine, Jason Hicks, Manny III Lopez, Mark Ortmann, Germaine Jack, Lori Barbero, Michael Rota, Wilbert Widow, Sam Carr, Sam Scott, Sterling Campbell, Sylvester Lee, Raymond Weber (drums); Derrick Moss (bass drum); Steve Nash (rub-board); Richard R. Jimenez, Michael Woods (percussion); Arnie Anderson (musical saw).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: Greg Hartman; Kevin Wait; Pete Reiniger; Ronnie Freeland.
Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: Elijah Wald; Anthony Seeger.
Muze PNote Recording information: Arnie Anderson's Living Roo (02/15/1995-11/05/1997); First Avenue, Minneapolis, MN (02/15/1995-11/05/1997); Inger, MN (02/15/1995-11/05/1997); Minneapolis, MN (02/15/1995-11/05/1997); Palmer's Bar, Minneapolis, MN (02/15/1995-11/05/1997).
Muze PNote Director: John Junkerman.
Muze PNote Editors: Todd Hulslander; Joanna Champagne.
Muze PNote Photographers: Brett Wiley; Theo Pelletier; Foster Wiley; Joan Churchill.
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Roles: Chippewa Nation; D.L. Menard; Eddie Bo; Karl Hartwich; Fontella Bass; Geno Delafose; Greg Brown; Big Jack Johnson & the Jelly Roll Kings; Henry Butler; Eugene Redmond; Irma Thomas; Irv n P?rez; Jimmie Davis; James Cotton ; John Hartford; Kenny Bill Stinson; La Otra Mitad; Levon Helm; Little Milton; Martha Bass; Merle Haggard; The Mississippi Mass Choir; Ann Peebles; Robert Lockwood, Jr.; Sonny Burgess ; Soul Asylum; The Soul Rebels; Sounds of Blackness; "Spider" John Koerner; Sylvester Lee; Bob Lewis Family; The Boundless Love Quartet; Manny Lopez Quintet; The Memphis Horns; Babes in Toyland; The Skal Club Spelmanslag; The Ste. Genevieve Guignol?e Singers; Wang Chong Lor; The Bottle Rockets.
Muze PNote Arrangers: Oliver Sain; "Spider" John Koerner; Big Jack Johnson.
Muze PNote River of Song is a companion double-CD set to a four-part 1999 PBS television series of the various styles of music found along the Mississippi River, from northern Minnesota to the river's mouth in Louisiana. It has 36 complete performances that the documentary makers recorded as part of the project, encompassing Delta blues (Robert Lockwood, Jr.), Native American powwows, Cajun (D.L. Menard) and zydeco (Geno Delafose), New Orleans soul (Irma Thomas), rockabilly (Sonny Burgess), singer/songwriter folk (Greg Brown), bluegrass, gospel, polka, jazz, and less expected things like traditional Swedish, Laotian, and norte¤o music. There's even alternative rock, via Babes in Toyland (whose selection is frankly ill-fitting), Soul Asylum, and the Bottle Rockets. This might be better seen on film than heard all at once: it covers a full smorgasbord of American music in one go, and although in concept that might be appealing, remember that when you actually eat at smorgasbords, you don't try to sample every last damn dish in the course of one meal. The most unusual items are the Skal Club Spelmanslag's "Red-Headed Swede," with its eerie musical saw; Sonny Burgess' "T for Texas," on which he sounds far more like a genuine soul man than a cult rockabilly singer; and the Memphis Horns and Ann Peebles' "St. Louis Blues," done without a rhythm section. Little Milton, Henry Butler, Levon Helm, James Cotton, Fontella Bass, and John Hartford are some of the other recognizable names contributing to the album. If you're interested, the project also generated a book with the same title as the CD, written by Elijah Wald and John Junkerman, and published by St. Martin's Press. ~ Richie Unterberger

Producer: John Junkerman; Elijah Wald; Lucia Small; Amy Young; Toshio Murayama; Elizabeth Taylor-Mead; Mark Siegell; John Hiller; Leah Mahan; Hillary Wells; Cynthia Johnson

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 11/17/1998
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1998
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : SFWCD 40086
Music Label Name Label : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00093074008621

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