…and the tin pan bended and story ended…

…and the tin pan bended and story ended…

Dave Van Ronk SFW40156

For a performer who never dreamt of being a "folksinger," Dave Van Ronk left a deep mark on the entire folksong revival. His jazz-trained voice, masterful guitar technique, and sharp wit endeared him to audiences everywhere; his generosity of spirit earned him friendship with artists such as Phil Ochs, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Mississippi John Hurt, and Christine Lavin. This October 2001 recording of his last concert features the incomparable "Mayor of MacDougal Street" at his lively best.

AWARDS
2005 GRAMMY Award Nominee for Best Traditional Folk Album

Year Released 2004
Record Label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Genre(s) American Folk
Country(s) United States
Language(s) English
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101 Down South Blues Dave Van Ronk 4:20
102 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 7:35
103 You've Been a Good Old Wagon Dave Van Ronk 2:04
104 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 2:28
105 Don't You Leave Me Here Dave Van Ronk 3:19
106 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 1:53
107 Did You Hear John Hurt? Dave Van Ronk 2:34
108 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 5:21
109 Green, Green Rocky Road Dave Van Ronk 3:42
110 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 0:28
111 Jelly Jelly Dave Van Ronk 2:49
112 Nobody Know You When You're Down and Out Dave Van Ronk 3:58
113 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 4:41
114 One Meat Ball Dave Van Ronk 1:56
115 Buckets of Rain Dave Van Ronk 4:01
116 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 1:31
117 Sometime (Whatcha Gonna Do) Dave Van Ronk 2:37
118 Sportin' Life Blues Dave Van Ronk 4:07
119 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 3:29
120 Ace in the Hole Dave Van Ronk 4:17
121 Dave speaks Dave Van Ronk 2:57
122 St. James Infirmary Dave Van Ronk 3:50
123 Thank You Dave Van Ronk 0:21
124 Urge for Going Dave Van Ronk 4:29
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