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Very Early Anne

by Anne Price

Songs popular in the folk revival of the 1960s, traditional and Bob Dylan, Tom Paxton, and others.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Love Will Endure
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2. Ballad of the Carpenter
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3. Daddy You Been on My Mind
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4. Wayfaring Stranger
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5. I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound
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6. I'll Bid My Heart Be Still
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7. Woody Knows Nothin'
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8. The Water is Wide
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9. Mr. Tambourine Man
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10. Bottle of Wine
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11. Last Thing on My Mind
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12. Blow the Candles Out
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13. Colours
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14. Tomorrow is a Long Time
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15. Leather-winged Bat
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16. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
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17. Johnny Be Fair
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18. The Death of Queen Jane
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Very Early Anne
Anne Price live at Hunter College in the Bronx
1965 – 1966

I attended Hunter College in the Bronx, New York City’s northernmost borough, from 1964 to 1968. My name at the time was Anne Siegel. I have since become Anne Price, while the Bronx campus of Hunter has since become Lehman College.

Twice a year the college held the Hunter Hoot, a folk music concert presented by and for its students. These concerts featured genres that became popular in the Great Folk Revival of the 1960s – bluegrass, traditional ballads, Gospel, the works of singer-songwriters (especially Bob Dylan and Tom Paxton), and songs from the repertoires of Joan Baez and of Peter, Paul, and Mary.

I selected these songs from recordings of Hunter Hoots that took place in November 1965, April 1966, and November 1966. I was 19 years old during the first two, and had just turned 20 by the last. I had already been playing guitar and singing folk songs since the age of 12, but the Hunter Hoots were my first performances before real audiences. The experience was intoxicating.

Ray Frank did a fine job of backing me up on guitar on five of these songs, and Gene Yellin's Bluegrass band helped me on Colours (probably, though he can't remember doing it.)
- Anne Price, 2009

This CD is "the kind you take to a quiet nook (a shady place in a warm back yard fits nicely), lean back, close your eyes and revel in the deep pleasure of listening to fine songs presented by an outstanding singer with an extraordinarily lovely voice."
- Faith Petric, August, 2009

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