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Ny Blues: Rags Ballads & Harmonium Songs Original recording remastered

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Audio CD, Original recording remastered, August 27, 2002
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Product Details

1. 4 AM Blues (New York Blues/New York Youth Call Annunciation)
2. Come Back Christmas (Macdougal Street Blues)
3. Cia Dope Calypso
4. Put Down Yr Cigarette Rag
5. Slack Key Guitar (Siratoka Beach Croon)
6. Bus Ride Ballad To Suva
7. Prayer Blues
8. Dope Fiend Blues

Editorial Reviews

Subtitled - Rags, Ballads & Harmonium Song. The Harry Smith Recordings bring you vintage 1970's tunes by Allen Ginsberg such as the favorites 'CIA Dope Calypso', 'Dope Fiend Blues', 'Come Back Christmas' and 5 other enjoyable ditties. Intimately captured by Smith in his Chelsea hotel haunt, New York Blues is as much a commemoration of the lifelong kinship between the two free spirits as it is rare chance to get a truly whimsical earful of Ginsberg doing his thing. Featuring brilliant exclusive photos of Allen and Harry mucking about by New York photographer Brian Graham in depth liner notes by writer Mitch Myers. Locust Music. 2002.

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