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Items 201 - 300 of 370 - Belafonte Returns to CARNEGIE HALL Odetta Makeba. Belafonte Returns to Carnegie Hall with Odetta & the Chad Mitchell Trio***RAR. Vinyl LP pressing. Odetta at Carnegie Hall is a live album by American Folk singer Odetta, recorded on April 8, 1960. Featuring support from bassist Bill Lee (Spike's father who, incidentally, is surely one of the unheralded heroes of the 1960s Folk revival, contributing session work to many recordings and helping to expand the parameters of.

Ballad for Americans and Other American Ballads
Studio album by
Released1960
GenreFolk, blues
LabelVanguard
Odetta chronology
My Eyes Have Seen
(1959)
Ballad for Americans and Other American Ballads
(1960)
Odetta at Carnegie Hall
(1960)

Ballad for Americans and Other American Ballads is an album by Americanfolk singerOdetta, first released in 1960. It is now out of print.

Background[edit]

The title song was written by Earl Robinson who had been blacklisted during the Red Scare in the US. Allmusic states: 'Odetta's rendition has a vitality and immediacy that puts it squarely in the thick of 1960, in the middle of the civil rights movement's heyday, at a time when Paul Robeson, because of age and infirmity, and years of fighting the government's efforts to silence him, was in eclipse as an artist.'

Ballad For Americans and Other American Ballads was re-released on CD along with Odetta at Carnegie Hall on the Italian label Universe. It is difficult to locate as an import.[1]

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
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Allmusic[2]

In his review for Allmusic, critic Bruce Eder wrote the album was Odetta's 'most ambitious album up to this point in time—and for some years to come.' He singled out 'Pastures of Plenty,' as one of the best tracks, calling it 'a rendition so ominous and provocative that it rates with the best this reviewer has ever heard (which are Guthrie's own and Dylan's early-'60s officially unreleased version).'[2]Pc games less than 5 dollars.

Track listing[edit]

  1. 'Ballad for Americans' (Earl Robinson) – 11:44
  2. 'This Land' (Woody Guthrie) – 2:20
  3. 'On Top of Old Smokey' (Traditional) – 3:02
  4. 'Hush Little Baby' (Traditional) – 1:32
  5. 'Dark as a Dungeon' (Merle Travis) – 4:21
  6. 'Great Historical Bum' (Guthrie) – 1:58
  7. 'Payday at Coal Creek' (Traditional) – 3:30
  8. 'Going Home' (Traditional) – 2:42
  9. 'Pastures of Plenty' (Woody Guthrie) 4:02
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Personnel[edit]

  • Odetta – vocals, guitar
  • Bill Lee – bass
  • Fred Hellerman – guitar
  • Robert De Cormier – choral arranger, conductor

References[edit]

  1. ^Allmusic entry for compilationBallad for Americans and Other American Ballads/Odetta at Carnegie Hall.
  2. ^ abEder, Bruce. 'Ballad for Americans and Other American Ballads > Review'. Allmusic. Retrieved September 11, 2016.
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This is a good, straightforward recording of Odetta's April 8, 1960, Carnegie Hall concert, which featured support from Bill Lee on string bass. (Incidentally, Lee - father of Spike Lee - is surely one of the unheralded heroes of the 1960s folk revival, contributing session work to many recordings and helping to expand the parameters of folk's sound from basic solo acoustic guitar accompaniment.) She's joined on the last four numbers by the Choir of the Church of the Master. While it's not certain that Odetta's versions of 'If I Had a Hammer,' 'John Riley,' 'John Henry,' and 'No More Auction Block' (all done here) were the most influential of the folk revival, certainly she was an important popularizer of these and similar songs. The album is also available in its entirety, paired with a live recording at New York's Town Hall from the same era, on Vanguard's double-LP Essential Odetta, although the CD version of that release omits a few songs from each disc. Richie Unterberger.