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8mm America Episode 11: The Animals: WATCH in amazement as cows cross a dangerous road! WITNESS the ruthlessness of the chicken pecking order! Be Amazed as a goat walks into view, all in glorious 1950's 8mm film footage! The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.

Walter Harp, square dance calling: Charles Cook, fiddle, Charles Powell, guitar, Bennie Lindsay, guitar, and Junior Lindsay, harmonica.

Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell at the Hiway Cafe in Brentwood California on March 10th 1939.

8mm American Episode 10 : Farm Chores: Follow a 1950's farmer and watch as he performs maintenance on outbuildings, barns, and fences, all in glorious 8mm film footage. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.

Dust jacket notes: " Pioneer song to the tune of Uncle Sam's Farm"

John Selleck, violin

Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Camino, California on Oct 2 1939

8mm American Episode 9: Children In Their Natural Habitat: Vintage 8mm footage of some 1950's little ones playing around. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.

Wilson, Ruby

INSTRUMENTATION
vocals

LOCATION(S)
Under grandstand of college stadium, A& I College, Kingsville, Kleberg County, Texas

TYPE OF RECORDING SITE
stadium

GENRE
play-party, dance music

8mm America Episode 8: Spring Time Puppies at Play. Vintage 8mm footage of puppies playing down on the farm. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com
Music is from www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music

The Whole Other
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxfzyJ-HvEZbGmubAmfcsfQ
Song title: Hillbilly Hologram

8mm America Episode 7: They See Me Rollin. Vintage farm tractor doing tractor stuff. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is from www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music

Huma-Huma
Song title: Thinkin' Back

8mm America Episode 6: The Road Trip. 1950's road trip through rural Pennsylvania. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.

"I'm Going Down This Road Feelin' Bad"
"Variants of this song have been sung for seventy years on westering high roads in America. Since 1933 it has become the song of the migrant families who were tractored out of Texas, dusted out of Oklahoma and flooded out of Arkansas."

Warde Ford, unaccompanied vocals.

Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Central Valley, California on December 27, 1938.

Forms part of a group of field materials documenting Warde Ford performing Anglo-American songs on December 25, 26, and 27, 1938 and September 4, 1939, collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Boomtown , Shasta County, California.

8mm America Episode 5: The Baby Boom. Baby Boomer children and their families at play. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.

Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op. 36
Classical music pieces released as part of the Musopen Kickstarter Music project.

8mm America Episode 4: New to the Camera. 1950's family posing for the camera. The featured clip was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.
Johnson, Ace; guitar
Gooden, L.W.; guitar

INSTRUMENTATION
guitars

LOCATION(S)
Clemens State Farm, Brazoria, Brazoria County, Texas

TYPE OF RECORDING SITE
prison

GENRE
blues music, instrumentals--guitar

8mm America Episode 3: Happy Mother's Day was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com

Music is Public Domain from www.pond5.com.
Form: Waltz
Instrument: Piano
Period: Romantic
Performer: Aya Higuchi
Title: Waltz in Am, B. 150
Frédéric Chopin wrote his Waltz for piano in A minor sometime between 1843 and 1848. It was published over 100 years later, in 1955, thus lacking an opus number. Because of this, it is often designated by its Brown catalogue number, B. 150. It is a piece with a strong folkloric component, both in the harmonic progression and the form. Marked Alegretto, it is 56 bars long, and it takes around two minutes to be performed.

8mm America Episode 2: "You Sound a Little Horse" or "HOOFeels Like Going for a Ride" was brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com.
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Music is public domain from www.pond5.com
Jones, Ed
INSTRUMENTATION
vocals
LOCATION(S)
On porch of home of Mr & Mrs WP Tartt, Livingston, Sumter County, Alabama
TYPE OF RECORDING SITE
porch

8mm America Episode 1: Big Car Wash Little Car Wash brought to you in part by www.vintporium.com. A glimpse of a 1950's dad and son washing the family cars.

Music is public Domain from www.pond5.com.
Title in original language: Se eu fosse rato
Sung by Alice Lemos Avila, accompanied on mandolin by Frank Cunha and guitar by Joachim Flores, with friends in the chorus.
Audio Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Oakland California on April 12, 1939
In Portuguese.

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