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Sweet Betsy From Pike - Nancy Eversole - At Home With The Kentucky Woman (Vinyl, LP)


Download Sweet Betsy From Pike - Nancy Eversole - At Home With The Kentucky Woman (Vinyl, LP)

Label: A&R Records (2) - 79 x 83 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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  1. Nazilkree says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nancy Eversole - At Home With The Kentucky Woman at Discogs. Complete your Nancy Eversole collection.
  2. Kemi says:
    "Sweet Betsy from Pike" is an American ballad about the trials of a pioneer named Betsy and her lover Ike who migrate from Pike County (probably Pike County, Missouri) to California. This Gold Rush-era song, with lyrics written by John A. Stone before , was collected and published in Carl Sandburg's American Songbag. It was recorded by Burl Ives on February 11, for his debut.
  3. Talrajas says:
    “Sweet Betsy from Pike” is a gold-rush era ballad about two lovers migrating to California and their journey there. While the song appears to be straight-forward in its content, some have suggested.
  4. Dougore says:
    "Sweet Betsy from Pike" comes from a songbook published in called Put's Golden Songster. "Old Put" was the pseudonym of John A. Stone, a San Francisco-based entertainer who wrote, performed, adapted, collected, and published songs for and about gold miners. "Sweet Betsy from Pike" is based on an Irish melody that most likely crossed the.
  5. Shaktikinos says:
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  6. Daizuru says:
    Sweet Betsy From Pike Lyrics: Oh, don't you remember, sweet Betsy from Pike? / Crossed the wide prairies were her lover Ike / Two yoke of oxen and one spotted hog / A tall Shanghai rooster and a.
  7. Mejar says:
    Apr 10,  · SWEET BETSY FROM PIKE. Oh, don’t you remember sweet Betsy from Pike, Who crossed the wide prairies were her lover Ike, With two yoke of oxen, a big yellow dog, A tall Shanghai rooster, and one spotted hog.
  8. Arashisho says:
    Jan 12,  · TITLE: Sweet Betsy from Pike AUTHOR: claimed by John A Stone (Old Put) EARLIEST DATE: (Put’s Golden Songster, second edition) KEYWORDS: travel hardtimes settler HISTORICAL REFERENCES: westward expansion, california gold rush. John Lomax in his Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads calls “Sweet Betsy from Pike “A favorite California immigrant song of the .

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