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Sings Ballads & Blues 1956 - Odetta.
Odetta released her first album, Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues, in 1956. This is some two years before the beginning of the folk revival with which she is usually associated. The power of her singing seems to connect her to an earlier folk music, more elemental and raw than her late-50s and early-60s peers.
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Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues is the debut solo album by American folk singer Odetta, first released in April 1957. Like much of Odetta's early work, Ballads and Blues combines traditional songs (. spirituals) with blues covers. Some songs on this album were also recorded for Odetta & Larry's 1954 album The Tin Angel. The initial vinyl release has tracks 1-8 as side A, then tracks 9-16 as side B (the "Spiritual Trilogy" being counted as one track, a medley).
Odetta's debut album was a strong, confident effort featuring just her and her guitar on 16 tracks, most of which were traditional in origin. In its day, it was quite an influential recording; Bob Dylan, in fact, once cited this record in particular as the one that made him decide to trade in his electric guitar and amplifier for an acoustic guitar.
Listen free to Odetta – Sings Ballads & Blues 1956 (Santy Anno, If I Had a Ribbon Bow and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. There are at least two artists that go by this name. The other is a current hip-hop producer. Odetta (December 31, 1930 - December 2, 2008) was an African-American singer whose repertoire consists largely of American folk music, blues, and spirituals. She was born Odetta Holmes in Birmingham, Alabama, grew up in Los Angeles, California, and studied music at Los Angeles City College. Having operatic training from the age of 13, her first professional experience was in musical theater, with a touring company of the musical Finian's Rainbow in 1949.
Odetta is a 1963 compilation album by American folk singer Odetta. Odetta is the first official compilation of Odetta songs. It features songs from The Tin Angel, Odetta Sings Ballads and Blues, At the Gate of Horn and Odetta At Town Hall although not necessarily versions from those albums. It had a poorer reputation than the above-mentioned original albums, being seen as thrown-together by the label. This LP has subsequently not been released on CD like those three albums.
In 1956, when Odetta's first album, SINGS BALLADS AND BLUES, appeared on the shelves it was an instant classic-solidifying the tradition and bringing it to new places as well with originality and deep emotion. Odetta's renditions of folk standards were a powerful inspiration for many; especially important was her influence on the next generation that was about to change the face of folk. One such convert was Bob Dylan, as quoted above. From the original liners, Dean Gitter announced "A magnificent new voice is here to sing the old songs
|2||If I Had A Ribbon Bow||2:44|
|3||Mule Skinner Blues||2:51|
|4||Another Man Done Gone||2:13|
|5||Shame And Scandal||2:25|
|7||Buked And Scorned||2:42|
|13||Been In The Pen||2:33|
|14||Deep Blue Sea||3:04|
|15||God's Gonna Cut You Down||1:51|
|16||Spiritual Trilogy: Oh Freedom / Come And Go With Me / I'm On My Way||6:03|
|18||Ox Driver Song||2:38|
|19||If I Had A Hammer||1:52|
|20||I'm Going Back To The Red Clay Country||4:31|
|21||When I Was A Young Girl||2:51|
|22||The Gallows Pole (Live)||2:35|
|23||God's Gonna Cut You Down (Live)||2:10|
|26||Joshua Fought The Battle Of Jericho (Live)||2:28|
|27||All The Pretty Little Horses||3:02|
|29||Meeting At The Building||2:34|
|30||No More Auction Block For Me||2:16|
|32||Sometimes I Feel Like A Motherless Child||3:21|
|33||Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down||3:25|
|34||He's Got The Whole World In His Hands||1:56|
|35||Sail Away Ladies, Sail Away||2:24|
|36||The Gallows Pole (Alternate Version)||2:57|
|39||Maybe She Go||1:49|
|40||The Lass From The Low Countree||4:37|
|46||All The Pretty Little Horses (Alternate Version)||3:05|
|47||The Midnight Special||2:38|
|48||Take This Hammer||3:32|
|49||There's A Hole In My Bucket||4:16|