FTX-921 - PADDLE THE ROAD WITH ME

YANKEE JOHN GALUSHA

The following albums 921-928 are part of an Archive Collection, recorded by Frank & Anne Warner in the 1940s, 50s & 60s, featuring singers and musicians from the Eastern States. The songs can be found in the TRADITIONAL AMERICAN FOLK SONGS (Syracuse University Press 1984) - see also FTX-901 LISTEN TO AMERICA SING

'Yankee' John GALUSHA (1859-1950) was a New York State lumberjack and forest ranger with an important collection of songs

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CABIN- BOY - FLYING CLOUD - BONNY BUNCH O ROSES-O - LASS OF GLENSHEE - PLAINS OF BALTIMORE - St ALBAN'S MURDER - WAXFORD GIRL - AVIATOR'S HYMN - HEENAN & SAYERS - DYING BRITISH SOLDIER - CUMBERLAND AND MERRIMAC - DAYS OF FORTY NINE - GENERAL SCOTT & THE VETERAN - IRISH SIXTY NINTH - BANKS OF THE CLYDE - JAM ON GERRION'S ROCK - JAMES BIRD - JAMIE JUDGE - YOUNG PRINCE OF SPAIN - BURNING HILLS OF EGYPT - MONTCALM & WOLFE - RED WHITE & RED - SPRINGFIELD MOUNTAIN - WOODMAN'S ALPHABET - BATTLE OF BULL RUN - DOWN IN A COALMINE - OVER THE HILL TO THE POORHOUSE - LONGSHOREMAN'S STRIKE - DRUNKARD'S DREAM - OLD INDIAN - BLUE-EYED SOLDIER - SHANTYBOY SHANTYMAN - TRIP ON THE ERIE - TWENTY THIRD - SIEGE OF RICHMOND - CUMBERLAND'S CREW - BLACK RIVER GIRL - O'FOGGERTY AND O'REILLY - MICHIGAN-I-O - HAVE YOU SEEN MY WILLIE? - UNLUCKY MAN

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