Green Rocky Road

Label
Delmore Recordings
Release date
21 Apr 2008
Running length
9 tracks
Running time
36:48

Tags

Everyone’s tags

More tags

Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Green Rocky Road 3:22 8,640
2 Whoopee Ti Yi Yo 3:23 2,403
3 Ribbon Bow 3:01 15,791
4 Katie Cruel 2:21 35,556
5 Little Margret 5:08 2,757
6 Red Rockin' Chair 3:47 2,045
7 Nottingham Town 6:23 1,816
8 Skillet Good And Greasy 3:56 2,330
9 In The Evening 5:27 3,183

About this album

We don’t have a description for this album yet, care to help?

Other releases

Listening Trend

5,842listeners all time
51,684scrobbles all time
Recent listeners trend:

Explore more

Shoutbox

Leave a comment. Log in to Last.fm or sign up.
  • Nochek

    great record.

    19 Apr 2012 Reply
  • minnowrecords

    Kim Gordon of Sonic Youth on Cotton Eyed Joe from Sundays NYT: http://www.nytimes.com/2008/06/15/arts/music/15play.html

    30 Jun 2008 Reply
  • minnowrecords

    DALTON, KAREN Green Rocky Road<br>This is the one!! The beautiful, raw, and majestic lost Karen Dalton recordings we've all been waiting for. While we loved the recent release Cotton-Eyed Joe, it was mostly because we thought we'd never get to hear any other recordings, so we were happy with the below lo-fidelity and wavering performances (Dalton never liked performing live, so we don't think those recordings showcased her best side). Then these recordings showed up and have blown the others away. Recorded in 1962 at home on two track tape, played mostly on solo banjo, Green Rocky Road captures Dalton at her most intimate and unearthly. Like some old dusty recordings of lost Appalachian folk, Dalton's circular fingerpicking and warm wooly voice invokes a magical quality as she works through several interpretations of traditional folk songs including versions of "Katie Cruel", "If I Had A Ribbon Bow", and "In The Evening", which were featured on her studio albums. Other songs not previously featured are the British Folk classic "Nottamun Town", the ghostly "Little Margaret" and the famous cowboy song "Whoopee Ti Yi Yo". There's even a nice moment where you hear Dalton talking to her mother about going to dances. The quality of the recordings while still raw is so much greater in fidelity than Cotton Eyed-Joe, you'd think she was singing to herself in your home not realizing you were secretly standing behind her hanging on to every breath, praying that nothing breaks her transcendent spell. We can't recommend this enough!!! --Aquarius Records

    30 Jun 2008 Reply

Top Listeners