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A Fish That's a Song

Various Artists
A Fish That's a Song

Nineteen culturally diverse songs by legendary performers delight youngsters. Pete Seeger, Elizabeth Cotten, Woody Guthrie, Doc Watson, Howard Finster, The New Lost City Ramblers, and Sonny Terry perform songs and stories related to folk art in the Hemphill Collection. (National Museum of American Art). 38-page booklet with pictures and descriptions of the objects, plus lyrics, are packaged in a video-style book. Parents' Choice Award Winner. "A nice collection and...a great introduction into the treasures of the Smithsonian Folkways collection." —Dirty Linen

Track Listing

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Jennie Jenkins The New Lost City Ramblers 2:35
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102
Sent My Brown Jug Downtown Pete Seeger, Mika Seeger, and Larry Eisenburg 2:05
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103
Build My House Woody Guthrie 2:47
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104
Howard's Tennis Shoes Had Holes in the Toes Howard Finster 0:51
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105
Froggie Went-A-Courtin Jim Nollman 3:43
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106
Come All You Bold Sailormen Pete Seeger 3:22
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107
Darktown Strutter's Ball n/a 1:45
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108
Space Girl's Song Peggy Seeger 3:14
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109
Talking Fishing Blues Woody Guthrie 2:46
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201
Sally Ann Doc Watson, Clint Howard, and Fred Price 2:36
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202
Great Green Globs of Greasy Grimy Gopher Guts Mika Seeger 0:27
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203
How I Hunted the Little Fellows Pete Seeger 4:18
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204
Freight Train Elizabeth Cotten 2:50
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205
Wolf Song/Turtle Song Irene Chalepah Poolaw 0:59
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206
Adam and Eve Loman D. Cansler 1:39
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207
Lonesome Train Sonny Terry 3:35
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208
Pig in a Pen Smiley Hobbs 1:18
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209
There Was a Man and He Was Mad Pete Seeger 1:50
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210
Mi Carrochita Ben Tavera King 2:16

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