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  • Format: RSD Vinyl
  • SKU: ROC-3447
  • UPC: 089353344726
  • Street Date: 11/26/21
  • PreBook Date: 10/22/21
  • Label: RockBeat Records »
  • Genre: Folk
  • Run Time: 44:54 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1964
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: WORLD
  • Language: English

 

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Dave Van Ronk - Hear Me Howl - Live 1964

Dave Van Ronk was one of the most important figures to emerge from the folk scene NYC's Greenwich Village music scene.

Dave Van Ronk - Hear Me Howl - Live 1964
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BLACK VINYL. Dave Van Ronk was one of the most important figures to emerge from the 1960s American music folk revival in the NYC Greenwich Village music scene. He befriended Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Joni Mitchell and countless others. His legendary life was the basis for the main character in the Coen brothers' film "Inside Llewyn Davis." This show was recorded at Indiana University in Bloomington on October 20, 1964, during a concert sponsored by the I.U. Folksong Club. The performance is quite intimate and eclectic in song choices. This single LP compiles the best of the 11 tracks from the 2015 double CD.

Track Listing

  • That'll Never Happen No More
  • God Bless the Child
  • Baby Let Me Lay It On You
  • The Song Of Wandering Aengus
  • Frankie's Blues
  • Two Trains Running
  • Tell Old Bill
  • Mr. Noah
  • One Meatball
  • Cocaine Blues
  • St. James Infirmary

Sales Points

  • 'Baby Let Me Follow You Down' was a collaborative effort; it began life as a song in Reverend Davis' repertoire,and was adapted and new verses written by Dave and his good friend Eric von Schmidt. Bob Dylan learned it from Van Ronk, von Schmidt or both, a
  • Van Ronk ot his musical start in jazz
  • The Coen brothers produced 'Inside Llewyn Davis,' the title being loosely based on one of Dave's early LPs, which was called 'Inside Dave Van Ronk.' The film itself was 'loosely based' on Dave's memoirs
  • Recorded Oct. 20, 1964 at University of Indiana
  

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