Show Details
:: Title :: Hootenanny
:: Station :: Columbia Broadcasting System
:: Date :: 03-10-1947
:: Description :: An on-air musical entitled "Hootenanny," hosted by John Henry Faulk. "A musical carpet of American folk music." The program was written and directed by Alan Lomax, announced by Bill Rogers.
:: Note 1 ::Pete Seeger: Ida Red; Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee: "I Feel So Good," Hally Wood and Pete Seeger: "Turtle Dove," Sidney Bechet: "Summertime," (with Klezmer-type exordium) Hally Wood (?) vocal. Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston: "Hard Ain't It Hard." Woody Guthrie: "Talking Blues." All: "Raise the Roofbeams High." Coleman Brothers: "You May Run On For A Long Time." All: permutations of "John Henry." All: "Raise a Ruckus."
Track List
Seq No Topic Duration Media File
1 Hootenanny, part 1 00:14:37
Songs: [I Feel So Good], [Ida Red], [Raise A Ruckus Tonight], [Summertime], [The Little Turtle Dove]
Participants: [Bechet, Sidney], [Faulk, John Henry], [Foster, Pops], [Guthrie, Woody], [Houston, Cisco], [McGhee, Brownie], [Seeger, Pete], [Smith, Eddie], [Terry, Sonny], [The Coleman Brothers], [Wood, Hally]
Technical Note:Engineer notes: part 1- TD174-01-00 part 3- TD174-02-00
Original Note:Original notes read: Hootenanny - CBS, parts 1 & 3 - Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, Woody Guthrie, Hally Wood, Sidney Bechet, Pops Foster, Cisco Houston & the Coleman Brothers. This is the program reproduced on "Folk Music Radio," (Radiola series #16, release #133). Our library #VIA-308. (3-10-47).
2 Hootenanny, part 2 00:11:42
Participants: null
3 Hootenanny, part 3 00:07:18
Songs: [John Henry], [Raise A Ruckus Tonight]
Participants: [Bechet, Sidney], [Faulk, John Henry], [Foster, Pops], [Guthrie, Woody], [Houston, Cisco], [McGhee, Brownie], [Seeger, Pete], [Smith, Eddie], [Terry, Sonny], [The Coleman Brothers], [Wood, Hally]
Technical Note:Engineer notes: part 1- TD174-01-00 part 3- TD174-02-00
Original Note:Original notes read: Hootenanny - CBS, parts 1 & 3 - Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, Woody Guthrie, Hally Wood, Sidney Bechet, Pops Foster, Cisco Houston & the Coleman Brothers. This is the program reproduced on ?Folk Music Radio,? (Radiola series #16, release #133). Our library #VIA-308.? (3-10-47).

 

 

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