Vinyl reissue remastered from the original master tape
Tip-on jacket with original liner notes
Dubbed "The Mayor of MacDougal Street," Dave Van Ronk (1936-2002) was an iconoclastic folksinger and an influential figure in the American folk music revival of the 1960s. Because of his interest in African American folk music and blues, and his gift (or curse) of a gravelly baritone voice, Van Ronk was often criticized for his approach to his musical repertoire.
His rejoinder was that he reserved the right to sing songs in the style that he deemed to be "the right way." This 1959 Folkways recording, his first on any label, is a collection of 19th- and early 20th-century traditional folk and blues songs that persuasively illustrates his stance.
|Duncan and Brady|
|Black Mountain Blues|
|In the Pines|
|My Baby's So Sweet|
|Twelve Gates to the City|
|If You Leave Me Pretty Momma|
|Betty and Dupree|
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