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The Creek Rocks - Wolf Hunter (A Collection Of Ozarks Folk Songs Sung by Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu) mp3 track

The Creek Rocks - Wolf Hunter (A Collection Of Ozarks Folk Songs Sung by Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu) mp3 track

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Performer: The Creek Rocks
Title: Wolf Hunter (A Collection Of Ozarks Folk Songs Sung by Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu)
Country: US
Released: 2015
Style: Folk
Category: World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.2 ✦
Other format: VQF MP4 MP3 XM RA TTA MP1

Tracklist

Can't You Hear Them Wolves A-Howling? 2:46
Muskrat 2:43
Missouri Girls 2:49
Groundhog 4:31
Possum Song 3:03
The Boll Weevil 2:59
Old Bangum 3:39
Farmer's Daughter 2:13
Little Rock Rock 2:59
My Arkansas Sweetheart 1:26
Where'd You Get That Hat? 1:38
Zelma Lee 3:26
Waters Roll 2:51
French Broad 1:36
The State Of Missouri 4:08
Tie-Hacker's Joy 2:26

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
TCR-001 The Creek Rocks Wolf Hunter (A Collection Of Ozarks Folk Songs Sung by Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu) ‎(LP, Album) Not On Label TCR-001 US 2015
TCR-001 The Creek Rocks Wolf Hunter (A Collection Of Ozark Folk Songs Sung By Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu) ‎(CD, Album) Not On Label TCR-001 US 2015

This album is a gathering of traditional Ozarks folk songs, chosen from the collections of two folklorists: John Quincy Wolf of Batesville, Arkansas, the town where Cindy grew up; and Max Hunter of Springfield, Missouri, my hometown. Lou Whitney provide spiritual guidance. The Creek Rocks are sponsored by The Acoustic Shoppe, 1913 E. Seminole Street, Springfield, MO. All songs traditional/public domain.

Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu (big smith) record traditional Ozarks songs from the folksong collections of John Quincy Wolf & Max Hunter. Created by. Cindy Woolf & Mark Bilyeu. My wife Cindy Woolf and I have been playing folk/Americana music all of our adult lives - Cindy as a solo artist, myself as a founding member of regional hillbilly band Big Smith, along with my brother and four of my first cousins. Although that band mixed traditional tunes from our native Ozarks and the music of our extended family, recording an album entirely comprised of traditional Ozarks songs has long been a dream of mine. Cindy and I are a duo professionally, and in June of 2013 we were married

Howlin' Wolf is the second studio album from Chicago blues monicist Howlin' Wolf. It is a collection of twelve singles previously released by the Chess label from 1960 through 1962. Because of the illustration on its sleeve (by Don S. Bronstein), the album is often called The Rockin' Chair Album, a nickname even added to the cover on some reissue pressings of the LP.

The physical collection contains audio recordings of songs, oral histories, anecdotes, and tales from over 700 performers. In addition there are transcriptions of lyrics, and music notations. The contents illustrate a rich diversity of cultures, economic classes, and occupations. With her field assistant, Merlin Mitchell, and students, she traveled throughout the Ozarks between 1949 and 1965 to make field recordings of Ozark folksongs on reel-to-reel audio tapes. Additional Ozark Folklore Resources.

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