The Falls City Ramblers - Ain't Nothin' In Ramblin' album
There Ain't No Way Out. The New Lost City Ramblers.
Atmospheric Intimate Reverent Earthy Bittersweet Earnest Organic Passionate Plaintive Poignant Rustic Sparse. Rainy Day Empowerment Affirmation Autumn Early Morning Feeling Blue Freedom Introspection Reunion Road Trip Sunday Afternoon. 2. Skip to My Lou.
The New Lost City Ramblers, or NLCR, is a contemporary old-time string band that formed in New York City in 1958 during the Folk Revival. Mike Seeger, John Cohen, and Tom Paley were its founding members. Tracy Schwarz replaced Paley, who left the group in 1962. Seeger died of cancer in 2009, and Paley died in 2017. NLCR participated in the old-time music revival, and continued to directly influence many later musicians.
Album · 1958 · 18 Songs. On New Lost City Ramblers-the first of a long string of full-lengths that the group would record for the Folkways imprint-John Cohen, Mike Seeger, and Tom Paley try their hand at 18 prewar tunes by outfits like The Dallas String Band, The North Carolina Ramblers, and The Skillet Lickers. Though Cohen, Seeger, and Paley were only in their mid-20s when they recorded this, their instrumental techniques were already formidable
This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/162 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 141BPM, ends at 135BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The New Lost City Ramblers. There Ain't No Way Out. 1997. The New Lost City Ramblers With Cousin Emmy.
|A1||Don't Go Out Tonight||2:32|
|A2||Little White Wash Chimney||2:50|
|A3||Bound To Lose||4:06|
|A4||Red Hot Mama||5:12|
|A5||Kiss Of Fire||1:52|
|A6||15 Minute Intermission||1:30|
|B1||Waiting For The Boys||2:07|
|B2||My Little Baby Girl||2:07|
|B3||Was The Wrong Woman||3:19|
|B4||My Blue-Ridge Mountain Home||2:31|
|B5||Old Home Place||2:27|
|B6||There Ain't Nothin' In Ramblin'||3:26|
- Banjo – Roy Gentry
- Bass – Bob Wood
- Fiddle, Mandolin, Baritone Vocals – David Harvey
- Guitar, Banjo, Lead Vocals – Jim Webb
- Harmonica, Resonator Guitar – Robin Rose
- Mandolin – Memphis Beck