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Inside Dave Van Ronk
was a 1963 album by American
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folksinger Dave Van Ronk
Dave Van Ronk was an American folk singer, born in Brooklyn, New York, who settled in Greenwich Village, New York, and was eventually nicknamed the "Mayor of MacDougal Street" ....
Inside Dave Van Ronk
was recorded in April 1962 during the same sessions that produced Dave Van Ronk, Folksinger
Dave Van Ronk, Folksinger was a 1963 album by American folksinger Dave Van Ronk.-History:Folksinger was recorded in April 1962 during the same sessions that produced Inside Dave Van Ronk and that would all end up on the Fantasy Records 1989 CD release, Inside Dave Van Ronk...
and that would all end up on the Fantasy Records
Fantasy Records is a United States-based record label that was founded by Max and Sol Weiss in 1949 in San Francisco, California. They had previously operated a record-pressing plant called Circle Record Company before forming the Fantasy label...
1989 CD release, Inside Dave Van Ronk
Inside Dave Van Ronk is a compilation album by American folk and blues singer Dave Van Ronk, originally released in 1972 on a double LP called Van Ronk...
- "House Carpenter
"The Daemon Lover", also known as "James Harris", "James Herries", or "The House Carpenter" is a popular English ballad. It tells the story of a man , who returns to a former lover after a very long absence, and finds her with a husband and a baby...
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- "The Cruel Ship's Captain" (Traditional) – 1:55
- "Sprig Of Thyme" (Traditional) – 2:35
- "Talking Cancer Blues" (Rhodes) – 1:45
- "I Buyed Me A Little Dog" (Traditional) – 3:59
- "Lady Gay" (Traditional) – 3:40
- "Fair And Tender Ladies" (Traditional) – 5:40
- "Brian O'Lynne" (Traditional) – 1:15
- "Shanty Man's Life" (Traditional) – 3:20
- "Silver Dagger
"Silver Dagger", or "Katy Dear", is an American folk ballad. It likely traces its roots to the British Isles of late 19th century, though possibly much earlier; the first published version appeared in 1907....
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- "Kentucky Moonshiner" (Traditional) – 2:35
- "He Never Came Back" (Traditional) – 2:10