• 01. Alabama
    02. There's A New Day Coming



    [engl] A true oddity - Side A features John Coltrane's meditation on the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing on September 15, 1963, an attack by the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama that killed four African-American girls. The song is repeated for 19 minutes, with the "jazz section" removed. This creates a hypnotic effect. Not for the faint of heart. Side B features a beautiful and politically timely acapella Gospel song.
  • 01. Clyde "Kingfish" Smith - WPA Song
    02. Jesse Wadley - Longest Train I Ever Saw
    03. Dawson Henson - The Moonshiner
    04. Stavin' Chain (Wilson Jones) And String Band - Stavin' Chain
    05. Jess Morris - Unfortunate Dog Or Stony Point
    06. Carl Lathrop - Leather Breeches
    07. Fred Perry, Glenn Carver - Lost Train Blues
    08. James "Blind Jim" Howard - The Hard-Working Miner (Only A Miner)
    09. Jesse Wadley - St. James Infirmary
    10. Ruby Hughes, Oliver Hughes - Lamp Lighting Time In The Valley
    11. Helen Hallmark, Luella Hallmark, Juanita Hallmark - Cherokee Christian Hymn
    12. Boys Chorus Of The Santa Fe Indian School - My One-Eyed Ford
    13. Camp Morris And Group - Captain Haney Blues
    14. James Sneed, J. F. Duffy, Alvin Sanders - Southern Rag
    15. Elmo Newcomer, Bill Newcomer - Turkey In The Straw
    16. Elmo Newcomer - Rye Whiskey
    17. Hattie Ellis, 'Cowboy' Jack Ramsey - Desert Blues
    18. Rowena Knight, Mary Anne Knight, Thelma Hawthorne, Jerusha Hawthorne - Hard Times
    19. Tillman Cadle - I Don't Want Your Millions Mister
    20. J.W. Russell - Battle In The Horseshoe
    21. Hammer Clarence Banks, Bob Bentley, Charlie Blake, Harold Vosburg - Travelin' To That New Buryin' Ground
    22. Buster 'Buzz' Ezell - Roosevelt And Hitler


    Lost Train Blues

    [engl] Lost Train Blues: John & Alan Lomax and the Early Folk Music Collections at the Library of Congress brings together field recordings made by the Lomaxes along with other less well known folklorists making field recordings at the same time. The album includes 13 never before released recordings and many rarities drawn from the collections at the Library of Congress. This includes songs, ballads, banjo and fiddle music, blues, unaccompanied singing, Native American music and more. Liner notes essay by Lomax Archive Curator Nathan Salsburg. Includes 16 page liner notes booklet with new research and never before published photos by Anna Duensing.