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  1. Stackerlee Baby Please Don't Go. Product description out of 5 stars Tom Rush, blues songs and ballads. Reviewed in Canada on 17 August Verified Purchase. It is an old vinyl album my brother bought 40 years ago, that we listened many times, long time ago. I had the occasion to buy it recently on CD from Amazon and I really don /5(22).
  2. Recorded at Symphony Hall, Boston, in December ,this package contains a DVD video of much of the show as well as a CVD of music. The DVD includes never-before released interviews with Tom Rush, behind the scenes footage of the concert rehearsal, and a bonus song by David Bromberg Participants: Tom Rush, Jonathan Edwards, Buskin & Batteau, David Bromberg,Dom Flemons, .
  3. This is a combination CD made from the original LPs "Got a Mind to Ramble" and "Blues, Songs, Ballads." An excellent example of the blues/folk revival of the early s. The singing, guitar, and washtub bass are perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfos:
  4. Tom Rush was born on in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, United States. Tom Rush is a noted folk and blues singer, songwriter and recording perhanasotinglecdazzmirochelsstomba.coinfo began performing in while studying at Harvard University. Tom Rush is married to the author Renée Askins.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Blues, Songs & Ballads on Discogs. Label: Prestige - PRT • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk/5(2).
  6. I originaly heard it as a double LP. Although recorded in May the arrangements of these traditional songs have not dated. out of 5 stars Tom Rush, blues songs and ballads. It is an old vinyl album my brother bought 40 years ago, that we listened many times, long time ago. I had the occasion to buy it recently on CD from Amazon /5(31).
  7. Blues, Songs and Ballads is a song collection combining two albums that Tom Rush recorded in (Got a Mind to Ramble and Blues, Songs and Ballads) on a single CD. Rush plays acoustic guitar, accompanied only by Fritz Richmond on washtub bass, for a selection of almost exclusively traditional material; the only track penned by Rush himself is the opener, "Duncan and Brady.".

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