Various - L'America Della Contestazione album flac
|A1||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale Per Il Presidente Nixon|
|A2||–Barbara Dane||Hell, No!|
|A3||–F. D. Kirkpatrick*||Farewell, Mr. Charlie|
|A4||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale|
|A5||–Barbara Dane||Hold The Fort|
|A6||–Barbara Dane||The Preacher And The Slave|
|A7||–Barbara Dane||Soup Song|
|A8||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale|
|A9||–Barbara Dane||I Hate The Capitalist System|
|B1||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dal Corteo Inaugurale Per Il Presidente Nixon|
|B2||–Barbara Dane||We Shall Not Be Moved|
|B3||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Discussione Di Bambini Sul Black Power|
|B4||–F. D. Kirkpatrick*||Bourgeois School|
|B5||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale|
|B6||–Mable Hillery||He Was More Than A Friend Of Mine|
|B7||–Barbara Dane||The Ballad Of Richard Campos|
|B8||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale|
|B9||–F. D. Kirkpatrick*||That Ain't Good|
|B10||–A. Portelli* - F. Pellegrini*||Suoni E Voci Dalla Controparata Inaugurale|
NotesThe tracks from Sandro Portelli (actually a professor, writer, journalist, musical critic and rewiewer) and F. Pellgrini, consisting of sounds and spoken words, were part of a musical-antropological research conducted in the US in the late 60s for I Dischi Del Sole, a label that released several albums of protest and folk songs, contemporary and experimental music, audio documetaries.
This album includes a 68-page booklet
In 1969 Kirkpatrick was featured on Alessandro Portelli's L'America Della Contestazione (I Dischi del Sole) singing "Bourgeois School", a rewrite of Lead Belly's "Bourgeois Blues". In 1972, Kirkpatrick recorded Ballads of Black America (FW07751), as lead singer and guitar, with Pete Seeger, playing banjo, and Jeanne Humphries on bass. This was also for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. F. D. Kirkpatrick Hosts the Louisiana Folk Fest: Various Artists, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 1978. Everybody's Got a Right to Live, 1968, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
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