Woody Guthrie / Rebecca Tarwater - The Gypsy Davy / Barbara Allen download album
Complete your Woody Guthrie, Rebecca Tarwater collection. Engineer – Alan Lomax (tracks: A), Charles Seeger (tracks: B). Notes. A: Recorded in Washington, . 1940 B: Recorded in Washington, . Presumably this vinyl pressing is a later issue. Comes with insert containing notes by Alan Lomax.
The Gypsy DavyGuthrie, Woody, 1912-1967 (performer). Child ballad 200. 1 sound recording. Your browser doesn't support HTML5 audio. Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967 (performer). Langenegger, John (recordist). Lomax, Alan - 1915-2002 (recordist). Library of Congress, 1942.
A –Woody Guthrie The Gypsy Davy B –Rebecca Tarwater Barbara Allen. Matrix, Runout (Side A): 4491-R-3-LC-14 Matrix, Runout (Side B): LC-17-2171.
Several well-known folk standards are on board: "Barbara Allen," "Pretty Polly" (two versions), "The House Carpenter" and "The Gypsy Davy," the last of which is rendered by Woody Guthrie, the only famous performer on the set. Some other singers might be recognized by those with a deep folk schooling (Mrs. Texas Gladden, . Ball), but by and large the artists will be unfamiliar to almost all listeners.
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Read about Barbara Allen from Rebecca Tarwater's The Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture: Anglo-American Ballads, Volume One and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Barbara Allen (2:30). Overview (current section).
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Gypsy Davy Words and Music by Woody Guthrie. It was late last night when the boss came home askin' for his lady The only answer that he got, "She's gone with the Gypsy Davey, She's gone with the Gypsy Dave. Go saddle for me a buckskin horse And a hundred dollar saddle. Point out to me their wagon tracks And after them I'll travel, After them I'll ride. Yes I've forsaken my husband dear To go with the Gypsy Davy, And I've forsaken my mansion high But not my blue-eyed baby, Not my blue-eyed baby. She smiled to leave her husband dear And go with the Gypsy Davy; But the tears come a-trickling down her cheeks To think of the blue-eyed baby, Pretty little blue-eyed baby. Take off, take off your buckskin gloves Made of Spanish leather; Give to me your lily-white hair And we'll ride home together We'll ride home again. No, I won't take off my buckskin gloves, They're made of Spanish leather.
|A||–Woody Guthrie||The Gypsy Davy|
|B||–Rebecca Tarwater||Barbara Allen|
- Engineer – Alan Lomax (tracks: A), Charles Seeger (tracks: B)
NotesA: Recorded in Washington, D.C., 1940
B: Recorded in Washington, D.C., 1936
Presumably this vinyl pressing is a later issue.
Comes with insert containing notes by Alan Lomax.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 4491-R-3-LC-14
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): LC-17-2171
|AAFS 2||Woody Guthrie / Rebecca Tarwater||Woody Guthrie / Rebecca Tarwater - The Gypsy Davy / Barbara Allen (Shellac, 10")||The Library Of Congress||AAFS 2||US||1942|