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Ed McCurdy - The Folk Singer
Ed McCurdy - The Folk Singer
Performer: Ed McCurdy
Title: The Folk Singer
Label: Dawn
Country: US
Released: 1956
Style: Folk
Cat: DLP 1127
Rating: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2763 mb | MP3 size: 2449 mb | WMA size: 1472 mb

1Western Wind
2It Takes A Worried Man To Sing A Worried Song
3Ballade Of The Frank Slide
4Pretty Little Black Eyed Susy
5Ride An Old Paint
6Black Is The Color
7Lukey's Boat
8Careless Love
9Cotton Eyed Joe
10Squid Jiggin Ground


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DLP 1127, CELP 439Ed McCurdy The Folk Singer ‎(LP, Album, RE)Dawn , SeecoDLP 1127, CELP 439US1959
BR 107Ed McCurdy The Folk Singer ‎(LP)BronjoBR 107US1957


  • CoverRichard Corson
  • GuitarRay Norris
  • Liner NotesJack Stanley


This is the first release with the black Dawn label.


  • Manufactured By – Seeco Records, Inc.


Edward Potts McCurdy January 11, 1919 March 23, 2000 was an American folk singer, songwriter, and television actor. His most well-known song was the anti-war Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream, written in 1950. Born to a farming family in Willow Hill, Franklin, Pennsylvania, McCurdy left home at 18 to pursue a singing career. He first found success in 1938 as a singer and disc jockey at a gospel radio station in Oklahoma. By the early 1940s, McCurdy had become a popular singer of romantic. Folk Singer is the fourth studio album by Muddy Waters, released in April 1964 by Chess Records. The album features Waters on acoustic guitar, backed by Willie Dixon on string bass, Clifton James on drums, and Buddy Guy on acoustic guitar. It is Waters's only all-acoustic album. Numerous reissues of Folk Singer include bonus tracks from two subsequent sessions, in April 1964 and October 1964. Ed McCurdy: все альбомы, включая The Best of Dalliance , When Dalliance Was In Flower , The Best of Ed Mccurdy и другие. 2014 The Folk Box - Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Sounds of the City: Greenwich Village Folk. Various artists. The Folk Song Tradition. The Greatest Stars Of Folk Music. Folk Songs With Ed McCurdy was a Canadian television series which aired on CBC Television in 1961. This Halifax-based production was hosted by folk singer Ed McCurdy who performed on some of the earliest broadcasts on CBC Television. Performance of folk songs were accompanied by discussion of their background. This 15-minute series was broadcast Saturdays at 6:30 p. Eastern from 1 July to 16 September 1961. Ed McCurdy. The Folk Singer. Ed McCurdy was born in 1919 in Willow Hill, Pennsylvania. His professional career started in 1937 as a Gospel singer over station SVKY in Oklahoma City, and he has since of worked as a niteclub and theatre performer including a short stint in burlesque and as a radio announcer. In 1946, McC read more. In 1946, McCu. American folk singer Ed McCurdy sings the folk song, O, Dear, What Can the Matter Be. The song comes from the album, Children's Songs 1958, on July 16 September 1961. 1 Premise. Corcelli, John May 2005. Folk Songs With Ed McCurdy. Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved 7 May 2010. External links. Allan, Blaine 1996. Queen's University. Archived from the original on 6 December 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter deadurl help. 프로필: American folk singer, songwriter, and television actor, born 11 January 1919 in Willow Hill, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA, died 23 March 2000 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada