John Greenway - The Great American Bum: Hobo And Migratory Workers' Songs album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: The Great American Bum: Hobo And Migratory Workers' Songs
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The Great American Bum. A2. Portland County Jail. A3. All Around The Water Tank. A4. The Wabash Cannonball. John Greenway (3). The Great American Bum: Hobo And Migratory Workers' Songs (LP).
John Greenway (1919-1991) was born Johannes Groeneweg in Liverpool, England. He was a noted author, singer and scholar who focused on American folk songs of protest. He also studied protest folk songs in Australia. In the 1950s he was a Professor of English at Denver University. He was professor of anthropology in the late 1960s through the 1970s at the University of Colorado in Boulder, at times angering the establishment there Discography. 1958: Talking Blues, Folkways Records. 1960: Australian Folksongs And Ballads, Folkways Records (FW 8718).
John Greenway (1919–1991) was born Johannes Groeneweg in Liverpool, England. from the University of Pennsylvania, where his dissertation was on "American Folksongs of Social and Economic Protest. He was professor of anthropology in the late 1960s through the 1970s at the University of Colorado in Boulder, at times angering the establishment there. 1961: The Cat Came Back And Other Fun Songs, al (13011). The Great American Bum: Hobo And Migratory Workers' Songs, Riverside Records (RLP 12-619). Australian Folksongs and Ballads, Smithsonian Folkways, 1959. Tristram Potter Coffin (Spring 1992). Obituaries: John Greenway (1919-1991)". The Journal of American Folklore.
A hobo is a migrant worker or homeless vagrant, especially one who is impoverished. The term originated in the Western-probably Northwestern-United States around 1890. Unlike a "tramp", who works only when forced to, and a "bum", who does not work at all, a "hobo" is a traveling worker. The origin of the term is unknown. According to etymologist Anatoly Liberman, the only certain detail about its origin is the word was first noticed in American English circa 1890.
and the Maid//Three Drunken Huntsmen/All for Me Grog/The Drunken Maidens/Rosin Beh Beau/The Farmer’s Servant/John Barleycorn/A Jug of This RLP 12 619 - Hobo And Migratory Worker Folksongs - John Greenway Great American Bum/Portland County Jail/All Around the Water Tank/Wabash Cannonball/Ramblin’/Mild Mannered Man/Lehigh Valley/Hobo Bill’s Last Ride/Bonneville.
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|A1||The Great American Bum|
|A2||Portland County Jail|
|A3||All Around The Water Tank|
|A4||The Wabash Cannonball|
|A6||The Mild Mannered Man|
|A7||Hobo Bill's Last Ride|
|A9||Going Down The Road|
|A10||Mysteries Of A Hobo's Life|
|B1||The Big Rock Candy Mountain|
|B4||Jay Gould's Daughter|
|B5||The Lehigh Valley|
|B6||Tramp, Tramp, Tramp|
|B7||Acres Of Clams|
|B8||Hallelujah, I'm A Bum|
|B9||The Hobo's Lullaby|
- Cover – Gene Gogerty
NotesRecorded in December, 1955.
|WLP 710||John Greenway||The Big Rock Candy Mountain. Songs Of The American Hobo And Migratory Worker (LP)||Washington Records||WLP 710||US||Unknown|