Artist: VA Title Of Album: The 78 Project, Volume 1 Year Of Release: 2014 Genre: Acoustic, Folk, Original Soundtrack Quality: MP3 Bitrate: 320 kbps Total Time: 43:56 Total Size: 102 mb
Tracklist: 1. The Coo Coo Bird Richard Thompson Recorded at the Roger Smith Hotel in NYC on February 15, 2012 2. Old Paint Loudon Wainwright III Recorded at Brooklyn Rod & Gun on April 2, 2012 3. Glory, Glory The Wandering Luther Dickinson, Shardé Thomas, Shannon McNally, Amy LaVere, Valerie June Recorded behind Joes Pub in NYC on May 18, 2012 4. The Wayfaring Stranger Rosanne Cash with John Leventhal Recorded in Chelsea, NYC, on April 26, 2012 5. More Pretty Girls Than One Marshall Crenshaw Recorded onstage at City Winery in NYC on May 20, 2012 6. Wildwood Flower Valerie June Recorded at Petes Candy Store in Brooklyn on February 13, 2012 7. A Little Love, A Little Kiss Leah Siegel Recorded at the Windmill Factory in Brooklyn on April 23, 2012 8. How Can I Keep From Singing Adam Arcuragi Recorded in Harlem on April 30, 2012 9. Omie Wise Reverend John DeLore & Kara Suzanne Recorded at the High Horse Saloon in Brooklyn on September 2, 2011 10. Railroad Boy (Died of Love) Amy LaVere Amy LaVere, David Cousar, Shawn Zorn, Krista Wroten Recorded on 141st St. in Harlem on December 3, 2011 11. Red River Valley Joe Henry & Lisa Hannigan Recorded in SoHo, NYC on June 15, 2012 12. Banks of the Ohio Vandaveer Mark Charles Heidinger, Rose Guerin, J. Tom Hnatow Recorded at Ye Olde Carlton Arms Hotel in NYC on December 16, 2011 13. The Brown Girl Dawn Landes Recorded at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden on September 1, 2011 The 78 Project released on January 28th, 2014, the Volume 1 Soundtrack album to the acclaimed web series that chronicles recordings made using a 1930′s vintage Presto direct-to-acetate disc recorder similar to the one Alan Lomax used for his field recordings made between 1933 and 1942. The impressive artist roster includes Richard Thompson, Loudon Wainright III, Roseanne Cash, Marshall Crenshaw and many others, all of whom starting September of 2011 recorded direct to disc in locations all around New York City, including hotel rooms, private residences, public spaces and even one alleyway. Artists chose public domain songs that for them were meaningful along with the location. For the artists it was a chance to experience what it was like to record in those early days and to also experience what it might have been like to have had Alan Lomax record them. About the experience, Richard Thompson said, Man. Thats amazing. Its everything I was saying about emotional. Its a whole other thing.
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