Black & White

V/A - Recorded in the field by Art Rosenbaum
Black & White

This album will whisk you away to the Deep South, celebrated in a movie such as O Brother, Where Art Thou?, where Black and White musicians alike laid the foundations for American music as we know it. Following in the footsteps of famed folklorist Alan Lomax, Art Rosenbaum has spent a half-century unearthing and recording these pioneers in their natural environment. His work proves that music in the South has often been the key to a better understanding between communities on both sides of the racial fence. Art’s fieldwork earned him a Grammy in the “Best Historical Album” category in 2008.

Video bonus included :
Tracklist and audio samples
  Henry Grady Terrel - Old john henry died on the mountain
  The Chancey Brothers - I wish I was a mode in the ground
  Mose Parker - John Henry
  Silver Light Gospel Singers - Don’t you let nobody turn you ’round
  Gordon Tanner & Smokey Joe Miller - Devilish mary
  James "Yank" Rachel & Shirley Griffith - Mandolin stomp
  Lawrence Eller & Vaughn Eller - Down the road
  Golden River Grass - Going down the road feeling bad
  Jake Staggers - Going down the road feeling bad
  Brady Doc & Lucy Barnes - Free go Lily
  Ben Entrekin & Uncle John Patterson - Flat foot Charlie
  Cecil Barfield - Georgia bottkeneck blues
  Lawrence McKiver & The McIntosh County Shouters - Jubilee
  Marie Lomax - Lord_Daniel
  The Eller Brothers & Ross Brown - Don’t go riding down that old texas trail
  Guitar Pete Franklin - Guitar Pete’s blues
  Albert Hash & Art Rosenbaum - Train 45
  Eddie Bowles - Bowles’ Blues
  George Childers - Nobody’s business
  Scrapper Blackwell - Goin’ where the monon crosses the yellow dog
  Fleeta & Rev.Nathaniel Mitchell - Brother, you ought t’ve been there
  Tony Bryant - Broke down engine
  Juanita & Oscar Shorty Shehan - Free little bird
  The Balfa Brothers & Nathan Abshire - J’ai passé devant ta porte

Release date : 2010