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John Cohen - Stories The Crow Told Me download album

John Cohen  - Stories The Crow Told Me download album
Stories The Crow Told Me
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Cohen does this so well that the album sounds exactly like some great, lost Alan Lomax field tape, and although by definition what Cohen has done here is a facsimile, it sounds so much like the real deal that it hardly matters.

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Nobody Told Me" is a song by John Lennon. The B-side features Yoko Ono's "O' Sanity"; both are on the Milk and Honey album. The promo video for the single was made up of clips of footage from Lennon's other videos, as are most posthumous Lennon videos. The lyrics reference the yellow idol in J. Milton Hayes' poem The Green Eye of the Yellow God. Another line in the song is "There's UFO's over New York and I ain't too surprised".

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1 Rambling Hobo 2:19
2 The Story That The Crow Told Me 2:48
3 Farmland Blues 3:09
4 Cannonball 2:54
5 Twin Sisters (Duo) 2:53
6 The Highwayman 3:01
7 Buckdancer's Choice 2:12
8 Which Side Are You On 2:28
9 Sugar In The Gourd 1:45
10 Fine Sally 2:00
11 Chittlin' Cooking Time In Cheatham County 2:41
12 Chilly Winds 1:27
13 Danville Girl 3:18
14 Talkin' Hard Luck 2:44
15 Sally In The Garden 2:51
16 My Name Is John Johanna 3:27
17 Twin Sisters (Solo) 2:11
18 Dark Holler 2:34
19 It's Hard To Love 2:38
20 I Walk The Road Again 2:08
21 Alabama Gals 1:59
22 Those Rolling Hills Are Burning Down 2:40
23 Chinquapin Pie 2:05

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Dawg Studios


  • Autoharp – David Grisman (tracks: 4, 12, 21)
  • Banjo – David Grisman (tracks: 3, 7), Jody Stecher (tracks: 3, 11, 19), John Cohen
  • Fiddle – Jody Stecher (tracks: 5, 9, 15), Sue Draheim (tracks: 2, 6, 9, 11, 15, 16, 19)
  • Guitar – David Grisman (tracks: 15), Jody Stecher (tracks: 2, 3, 6, 11, 16), John Cohen (tracks: 3, 19)
  • Mandolin – David Grisman (tracks: 3, 11, 23)
  • Producer – David Grisman, John Cohen
  • Vocals – John Cohen

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 715949103421