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Frank Warner recordings

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Thomas Stern <[log in to unmask]>

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Mon, 10 Jul 2006 14:39:13 -0400

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Thanks to all who supplied information.  There is still missing data, 
which I hope someone can supply.
Information about the Asch recordings is probably available from 
Smithsonian-Folkways, unfortunately
  they closed from April until summer 2007 while the collection is moved 
to their new facilities.
Please let me know if you are interested in this data.  If so, I will 
post future updates.
Below is the current file.
Best wishes, Thomas.

<>Frank Warner Recordings
--------------------------

Moses Asch recordings, NYC c.1945  (78rpm)
Disc Records album 502: Hudson Valley Songs (1946)
 Frank Warner-voice and 5 string banjo, acc.Bess Lomax-mandolin, Butch 
Hawes- guitar,  Pete Seeger-5 string banjo, Tom Glazer-guitar.
 
179   Blue Mountain Lake                    Disc 5022B
180   Tom Moore, In the Days of 49          Disc 5023B
181-1 British Soldier                       Disc 5023A
182   Montcalm and Wolfe                    Disc 5022A
183   A Trip On the Erie                    Disc 5024A
184   ?
185   The Jolly Roving Tar                  Disc 5024B


Disc album 607 session: Pete Seeger-5 string banjo, Bess Lomax 
Hawes-mandolin,
                        Butch Hawes-guitar.
add Frank Warner, voice and 5 string banjo:
???   Johnson Boys                          Disc (unissued)

 =========================================================================
LP and CD

Stinson (10") SLP-12  American Folksay Ballads & Dances Vol.V
Stinson SLPX-12        Folksay 5&6
 Old Smokey            

Stinson (10") SLP-13  American Folksay Ballads & Dances Vol.VI
Stinson SLPX-12        Folksay 5&6
 Jolly Roving Tar     (possably from matrix 185, Disc 5024B)     

Asch(Folkways) AA-3/4  The Asch Recordings 1939-1945 Volume 2 (1967)
 Johnson Boys (Frank Warner-voice and 5 string banjo,
               Pete Seeger-5 string banjo, Bess Lomax Hawes-mandolin,
               Butch Hawes-guitar) unissued acetate from Disc 607 session.


Jac Holzman  78rpm releases
JH 501 Battle of Bull Run / Unreconstructed Rebel
       Got the Whole World in His Hand Hold My Hand Lord Jesus
JH 503 Gilgarry Mountain
       Blue Mountain Lake
(note: JH 502 is by Jean Ritchie)


Elektra EKL-3 10"    American Folk Songs and Ballads  (rel Nov.1952)
???                  American Traditional Folk Songs  (reissue 1967)
JH 504A
 Keep Your Hand on the Plow
 Got the Whole World in His Hands
 Hold My Hand, Lord Jesus
 Lord Lovel
JH 504B
 Battle of Bull Run
 unreconstructed Rebel
 Gilgarry Mountain
 Blue Mountain Lake
 Tom Dooley
 The Days of "49"



Elektra EKL-13 10"   Songs and Ballads of America's Wars  (released 1954)
JH 517A Side 1
  The French and Indian War
    * Felix the Soldier
    * The Press Gang Soldier
    * The Ballad of Montcalm and Wolfe

  The American Revolution
    * Doodle Dandy
    * Paul Jones
    * The British Soldier

  The War of 1812
    * Perry's Victory

JH 517B Side 2 - The Civil War
  The North
    * The Battle-Cry of Freedom
    * The Twenty-Third
    * Virginia's Bloody Soil
  The South
    * The Southern Girl's Reply
    * An Old Unreconstructed
    * The Bonnie Blue Flag
 


Elektra EKL-153  Our Singing Heritage Vol 3: Frank Warner  (October 1958)
acc. Billy Faier, guitar & banjo
 The Jolly Tinker
 Hi Rinky Dum
 Lynchburg Town
 Dan Doo
 Johnson Boys
 Jump Her Juberju
 Jamie Judge
 Lewiston Falls
 We're Coming Idaho
 Fod

 The Jolly Roving Tar
 Frisco
 Bay Of Biscay-O
 Bony On The Isle Of St Helena
 Blackjack Davy
 Bold Dickie An Bold Archie
 Raccoon
 Fresh Peanuts
 Victory


Folkways FW 2432 Folk Music of the Newport Folk Festival 1959-60 Vol.2
 106 As I Was Out Walking      
 107 Fod!                  
 108 Asheville Junction


 
Heirloom HL-503  The Civil War Through Its Songs & Ballads (1961)
  Frank Warner & Bill Bonyun and others
SIDE ONE
 In the Wilderness
 Old Abe Lincoln
 The Dissolution Wagon
 John Brown of Massachusetts
 The Union Volunteer
 Song of the Mississippi Volunteer
 Aileen Aroon -Treasure of My Heart
  outhern Yankee Doodle
 Shiloh's Hill
 The New Ballad of Lord Lovell
 0 Johnny Bull My Jo John
 The Homespun Dress
 We Have the Navy
SIDE TWO
 Maryland, My Maryland
 General Lee's Wooing
 Auction Block
 The First of Arkansas
 Riding A Raid
 The Vacant Chair
 A Life on the Vicksburg Bluff
 Sherman's March to the Sea
 Grant's the Man
 Roll Alabama Roll
 The Old Unreconstructed

Heirloom Records  http://www.thecclc.org/heirloom_records/index.html
Cobscook Community Learning Center
10 Commissary Point Road,Lubec, ME 04652 (207) 733-2233

Prestige PR-INT 13012  Frank Warner and Sons - Songs of the Civil War (1965)
    
1. Old Abe Lincoln
2. Battle Of Bull Horn
3. Battle Cry Of Freedom
4. The Twenty Third
5. Marching Along
6. Bonnie Eloise
7. Tramp Tramp Tramp
8. Virginias Bloody Soil
9. Benny Havens
10. We All Go Marching On
11. Dixie
12. Pretty Little Miss
13. The Bonnie Blue Flag
14. Goober Peas
15. Lorena
16. Red White & Blue
17. Vicksburg Bluff
18. The Rose Of Alabama
19. In 1861
20. The Old Rebel Soldier



Folktrax FTX-901 - LISTEN TO AMERICA SING
Frank Warner & Family in Concert
At a live concert, recorded at Dartington Ciderhouse, Devon in 1973, 
Frank tells of a lifetime's collecting and meeting singers - Leadbelly, 
Yankee John Galusha & Frank Proffitt, and sings, with his 5-string 
fretless "Proffitt" banjo, assisted by his two sons, Gerret and Jeff, 
with concertina, guitar, jews-harp, psaltery, spoons
      
 JOLLY ROVING TAR
 SWEET WILLIE
 OLD JOE CLARK
 TOM DOOLEY
 PAUL JONES
 DYING BRITISH SOLDIER
 SHOVE AROUND THE GROG BOYS
 RACOON'S GOT A BUSHY TAIL
 SPRINGFIELD MOUNTAIN
 FOD
 GREY GOOSE
 HE'S GOT THE WHOLE WORLD IN HIS HANDS
 HOLD MY HAND LORD JESUS


Minstrel JD-204 Frank Warner  Come all You Good People (recorded 1975) 
(1976)
Frank Warner, singing and playing banjo, tenor guitar and ukulele
Jeff Warner: vocal, concertina, guitar;  Gerret Warner: vocal, banjo, 
guitar.

 Buffalo Gals
 Cumberland and Merrimac
 Sweet Betsy from Pike
 Springfield Mountain
 Doodle Dandy
 The Dying British Sergeant
 Paul Jones
 Black-Eyed Susie

 Sweet Willie
 Away Idaho
 Days of Forty-nine
 You Can Take Me Away From Dixie
 A Good Man Is Hard to Find
 If You Don't Like My Peaches
 Freight Train Blues
 Asheville Junction
 Hold My Hand, Lord Jesus


RAINBOW QUEST - Pete Seeger (TV)
produced by Pete and Toshi Seeger and Sholom Rubinstein in the early 1960s
26.Frank Warner
Seeger and his guest Frank Warner sing songs of the Adirondack Mountains 
and reminisce about Yankee John and Frank Proffit. Proffit is seen in a 
film as he performed at the Newport Folk Festival. Included in the show 
are Frank Proffit's most famous song, "Tom Dooley," as well as "Little 
Men," "Little Phoebe" and "Hudson River Steamboat."
 


 ==========================================================================
 ==========================================================================
WARNER FIELD RECORDINGS


WARNER, Frank M: Folk Songs and Ballads of the Eastern Seaboard From a 
Collector's Notebook   Southern Press, Macon (1963)  8vo., 75pp, wraps.


WARNER, Anne: Traditional American Folk Songs from the Anne & Frank 
Warner Collection    Syracuse University Press (1984)
ISBN: 0815623135 (August 1984, HB)
ISBN: 0815601859 (December 1984, PB)

Folktrax
 FTX-921 PADDLE THE ROAD WITH ME - YANKEE JOHN GALUSHA
 FTX-922 WHISKY IN THE JAR - LENA BOURNE FISH
 FTX-923 PRETTY CROWIN' CHICKENS - The Hicks Family & Friends
 FTX-926 BARBAREE - Songs from the Outer Banks
 FTX-927 OLD JOE CLARK - Appalachian Instrumentals & Hymns
 FTX-928 JACK AND THE KING - Stories from North Carolina
 FTX-929 THE HOUSE CARPENTER - Rebecca King Jones & Lee Monroe Presnell
 FTX-930 HOLD MY HAND, LORD JESUS, HOLD MY HAND -
           SUE THOMAS, J.B.SUTTON & REBECCA KING JONES
 FTX-931 FRANK PROFFITT 1 - BOLAMKIN   
 FTX-932 FRANK PROFFITT 2 - JOHN HARDY
 FTX-933 FRANK PROFFITT 3 - I'M GOING BACK TO N.CAROLINA





Appleseed 1035  The Warner Collection Vol.  I  Her Bright Smile Haunts 
Me Still

Appleseed 1036  The Warner Collection Vol. II  Nothing Seems Better to Me
                   The Music of Frank Proffitt and North Carolina  



Library of Congress - Anne and Frank Warner Collection
http://lcweb2.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/r?faid/faid:@field(DOCID+af005001)
Collection Number: AFC 1950/002
Title: Anne and Frank Warner Collection
Inclusive Dates: 1938-1969
Repository: Archive of Folk Culture, American Folklife Center, Library 
of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Extent (original): Five linear feet; 1 container; two linear inches 
manuscripts, 124 sound recordings, 15 graphic images, 1 item of 
electronic media
Creators: Warner, Anne Locher, 1905-1991, and Warner, Frank, 1903-1978
Language: English
Abstract: Documentation of American traditional musicians and 
storytellers collected by Anne Warner and Frank Warner on numerous field 
recording trips to Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Hampshire, New 
York, North Carolina, Vermont, and Virginia from 1938 to 1969.

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