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S2 E01 : Folk & Country cover
S2 E01 : Folk & Country cover
Babu Gartez présente Evolution

S2 E01 : Folk & Country

S2 E01 : Folk & Country

1h00 |10/10/2019
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S2 E01 : Folk & Country cover
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Babu Gartez présente Evolution

S2 E01 : Folk & Country

S2 E01 : Folk & Country

1h00 |10/10/2019
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EVOLUTION est un podcast qui vous explique l’histoire d’un courant ou d’un genre musical. Pendant une heure, je vous explique la genèse et le développement de chaque genre, en vous faisant écouter les morceaux importants qui ont contribué à faire évoluer la musique populaire.

Changement de perspective pour ce 9ème épisode. Je m'intéresse désormais à la musique populaire blanche américaine, et pour débuter je vous propose une histoire de la folk et de la country des années 20 à la fin des années 40.

Plus d'infos : www.babugartez.com 


Tracklist :

Frankie Knuckles – The Whistle Song (E.K. 12’’ mix) [Virgin Records, 1991]

Richard Dyer-Bennett – Greensleeves [1944]

B. F. Shelton – Pretty Polly [Victor, 1927]

Jules Allen – The Cow-Boy’s Lament [Victor, 1930]

Carl T. Sprague – When The Work’s All Done This Fall [Victor, 1925]

Clarence Ashley – The Coo Coo Bird [Columbia, 1929]

Lead Belly – John Hardy [Disc Records, 1943]

The Carter Family – Keep on the Sunny Side [Victor, 1928]

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower [Victor, 1929]

Kentucky Ramblers – The Unfortunate Brakeman [1928]

The Crook Brothers – My Wife Died Friday Night [Victor, 1929]

Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Quartet – I Want To Go Where Jesus Is [Victor, 1927]

Buchanan Brothers – Atomic Power [RCA Victor, 1946]

Two Poor Boys – 2 White Horses In A Line [1931]

Henry Thomas – Old Country Stomp [Vocalion, 1929]

Jimmie Rodgers – Blue Yodel [Victor, 1928]

Jimmie Rodgers – Gambling Barroom Blues (St. James Infirmary) [Victor, 1932]

Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys – Wreck On The Highway [Okeh, 1942]

Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You [Decca, 1941]

Delmore Brothers – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues [Bluebird, 1935]

Delmore Brothers – Hillbilly Boogie [King Records, 1946]

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – Liza, Pull Down The Shades [Vocalion, 1939]

Spade Cooley and his Orchestra – Steel Guitar Rag [Columbia, 1946]

Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys – Freight Train Boogie [Decca, 1947]

Big Jim De Noone – E Ramble [4 Star Records, 1947]

Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Move It On Over [MGM Records, 1947]

Description

EVOLUTION est un podcast qui vous explique l’histoire d’un courant ou d’un genre musical. Pendant une heure, je vous explique la genèse et le développement de chaque genre, en vous faisant écouter les morceaux importants qui ont contribué à faire évoluer la musique populaire.

Changement de perspective pour ce 9ème épisode. Je m'intéresse désormais à la musique populaire blanche américaine, et pour débuter je vous propose une histoire de la folk et de la country des années 20 à la fin des années 40.

Plus d'infos : www.babugartez.com 


Tracklist :

Frankie Knuckles – The Whistle Song (E.K. 12’’ mix) [Virgin Records, 1991]

Richard Dyer-Bennett – Greensleeves [1944]

B. F. Shelton – Pretty Polly [Victor, 1927]

Jules Allen – The Cow-Boy’s Lament [Victor, 1930]

Carl T. Sprague – When The Work’s All Done This Fall [Victor, 1925]

Clarence Ashley – The Coo Coo Bird [Columbia, 1929]

Lead Belly – John Hardy [Disc Records, 1943]

The Carter Family – Keep on the Sunny Side [Victor, 1928]

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower [Victor, 1929]

Kentucky Ramblers – The Unfortunate Brakeman [1928]

The Crook Brothers – My Wife Died Friday Night [Victor, 1929]

Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Quartet – I Want To Go Where Jesus Is [Victor, 1927]

Buchanan Brothers – Atomic Power [RCA Victor, 1946]

Two Poor Boys – 2 White Horses In A Line [1931]

Henry Thomas – Old Country Stomp [Vocalion, 1929]

Jimmie Rodgers – Blue Yodel [Victor, 1928]

Jimmie Rodgers – Gambling Barroom Blues (St. James Infirmary) [Victor, 1932]

Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys – Wreck On The Highway [Okeh, 1942]

Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You [Decca, 1941]

Delmore Brothers – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues [Bluebird, 1935]

Delmore Brothers – Hillbilly Boogie [King Records, 1946]

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – Liza, Pull Down The Shades [Vocalion, 1939]

Spade Cooley and his Orchestra – Steel Guitar Rag [Columbia, 1946]

Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys – Freight Train Boogie [Decca, 1947]

Big Jim De Noone – E Ramble [4 Star Records, 1947]

Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Move It On Over [MGM Records, 1947]

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Description

EVOLUTION est un podcast qui vous explique l’histoire d’un courant ou d’un genre musical. Pendant une heure, je vous explique la genèse et le développement de chaque genre, en vous faisant écouter les morceaux importants qui ont contribué à faire évoluer la musique populaire.

Changement de perspective pour ce 9ème épisode. Je m'intéresse désormais à la musique populaire blanche américaine, et pour débuter je vous propose une histoire de la folk et de la country des années 20 à la fin des années 40.

Plus d'infos : www.babugartez.com 


Tracklist :

Frankie Knuckles – The Whistle Song (E.K. 12’’ mix) [Virgin Records, 1991]

Richard Dyer-Bennett – Greensleeves [1944]

B. F. Shelton – Pretty Polly [Victor, 1927]

Jules Allen – The Cow-Boy’s Lament [Victor, 1930]

Carl T. Sprague – When The Work’s All Done This Fall [Victor, 1925]

Clarence Ashley – The Coo Coo Bird [Columbia, 1929]

Lead Belly – John Hardy [Disc Records, 1943]

The Carter Family – Keep on the Sunny Side [Victor, 1928]

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower [Victor, 1929]

Kentucky Ramblers – The Unfortunate Brakeman [1928]

The Crook Brothers – My Wife Died Friday Night [Victor, 1929]

Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Quartet – I Want To Go Where Jesus Is [Victor, 1927]

Buchanan Brothers – Atomic Power [RCA Victor, 1946]

Two Poor Boys – 2 White Horses In A Line [1931]

Henry Thomas – Old Country Stomp [Vocalion, 1929]

Jimmie Rodgers – Blue Yodel [Victor, 1928]

Jimmie Rodgers – Gambling Barroom Blues (St. James Infirmary) [Victor, 1932]

Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys – Wreck On The Highway [Okeh, 1942]

Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You [Decca, 1941]

Delmore Brothers – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues [Bluebird, 1935]

Delmore Brothers – Hillbilly Boogie [King Records, 1946]

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – Liza, Pull Down The Shades [Vocalion, 1939]

Spade Cooley and his Orchestra – Steel Guitar Rag [Columbia, 1946]

Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys – Freight Train Boogie [Decca, 1947]

Big Jim De Noone – E Ramble [4 Star Records, 1947]

Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Move It On Over [MGM Records, 1947]

Description

EVOLUTION est un podcast qui vous explique l’histoire d’un courant ou d’un genre musical. Pendant une heure, je vous explique la genèse et le développement de chaque genre, en vous faisant écouter les morceaux importants qui ont contribué à faire évoluer la musique populaire.

Changement de perspective pour ce 9ème épisode. Je m'intéresse désormais à la musique populaire blanche américaine, et pour débuter je vous propose une histoire de la folk et de la country des années 20 à la fin des années 40.

Plus d'infos : www.babugartez.com 


Tracklist :

Frankie Knuckles – The Whistle Song (E.K. 12’’ mix) [Virgin Records, 1991]

Richard Dyer-Bennett – Greensleeves [1944]

B. F. Shelton – Pretty Polly [Victor, 1927]

Jules Allen – The Cow-Boy’s Lament [Victor, 1930]

Carl T. Sprague – When The Work’s All Done This Fall [Victor, 1925]

Clarence Ashley – The Coo Coo Bird [Columbia, 1929]

Lead Belly – John Hardy [Disc Records, 1943]

The Carter Family – Keep on the Sunny Side [Victor, 1928]

The Carter Family – Wildwood Flower [Victor, 1929]

Kentucky Ramblers – The Unfortunate Brakeman [1928]

The Crook Brothers – My Wife Died Friday Night [Victor, 1929]

Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Quartet – I Want To Go Where Jesus Is [Victor, 1927]

Buchanan Brothers – Atomic Power [RCA Victor, 1946]

Two Poor Boys – 2 White Horses In A Line [1931]

Henry Thomas – Old Country Stomp [Vocalion, 1929]

Jimmie Rodgers – Blue Yodel [Victor, 1928]

Jimmie Rodgers – Gambling Barroom Blues (St. James Infirmary) [Victor, 1932]

Roy Acuff and the Smokey Mountain Boys – Wreck On The Highway [Okeh, 1942]

Ernest Tubb – Walking The Floor Over You [Decca, 1941]

Delmore Brothers – Lonesome Jailhouse Blues [Bluebird, 1935]

Delmore Brothers – Hillbilly Boogie [King Records, 1946]

Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys – Liza, Pull Down The Shades [Vocalion, 1939]

Spade Cooley and his Orchestra – Steel Guitar Rag [Columbia, 1946]

Red Foley and the Cumberland Valley Boys – Freight Train Boogie [Decca, 1947]

Big Jim De Noone – E Ramble [4 Star Records, 1947]

Hank Williams with his Drifting Cowboys – Move It On Over [MGM Records, 1947]

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