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Title:
American Sampler
Performer:
Ed Sweeney
Style:
Traditional Folk
Duration:
40:21
Released:
June 14, 1994
Location:
Celebration Sounds, Pawtucket, RI
FLAC album size:
1628 mb
MP3 album size:
1827 mb
Other formats:
MMF VQF APE RA AIFF WAV
Genre:
Rating:
4.8

Complete your Ed Sweeney collection. Ed Sweeney ‎– American Sampler. Genere: Folk, World, & Country. American Sampler ‎(CD, Album). North Star Records (3). NS0033. Vendi questa versione.

A sampler is a type of compilation album generally offered at a reduced price to showcase a selection of artists signed to a particular record label.

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The earliest known American sampler was made by Loara Standish of the Plymouth Colony about 1645. By the 1700s, samplers depicting alphabets and numerals were worked by young women to learn the basic needlework skills needed to operate the family household. By the late 1700s and early 1800s, schools or academies for well-to-do young women flourished, and more elaborate pieces with decorative motifs such as verses, flowers, houses, religious, pastoral, and/or mourning scenes were being stitched. There are 137 American samplers in the Textile Collection. The first was donated in 1886, the Margaret Dinsmoor sampler. In the 1890s the Copp Collection was received and it contained two samplers-one by Esther Copp and the other by her great niece Phebe Esther Copp.

Ed Sweeney (American football). Edward Francis Sweeney (July 19, 1888 – July 4, 1947) was a Major League Baseball catcher who played for the New York Yankees from 1908–1915 and the Pittsburgh Pirates in 1919 when he had 4 hits in 42 at bats. Sweeney was born and died in Chicago, Illinois. In 1908, when he broke into the majors on May 16, he was only 19, and one of the five youngest players in the American League at the time. In 1914, Sweeney stole 19 bases, the most ever by a Yankee catcher. Edward F. Sweeney (born April 26, 1949) is an American football coach and former player, having been the head football coach at four different college and universities since 1985. He is one of the few coaches to achieve the mark of 100 wins with a 25–23 triumph at Maine Maritime Academy on September 11, 2004.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sweet Betsy from Pike Ed Sweeney 1:42
2 Grandfather's Clock Henry Clay Work Ed Sweeney 2:24
3 Chester William Billings Ed Sweeney 1:13
4 When Johnny Comes Marching Home Ed Sweeney 1:34
5 When Jesus Wept William Billings Ed Sweeney 2:21
6 The Year of Jubilio Henry Clay Work Ed Sweeney 1:24
7 My Old Kentucky Home Stephen Foster Ed Sweeney 2:52
8 The Glendy Burke Stephen Foster Ed Sweeney 1:29
9 Pretty Saro Ed Sweeney 2:05
10 Cripple Creek/Old Joe Clark Ed Sweeney 1:43
11 Calliope Rag James Scot Ed Sweeney 2:22
12 Free America Joseph Warren Ed Sweeney 1:52
13 Ring, Ring the Banjo/Oh! Susana Stephen Foster Ed Sweeney 1:42
14 The Battle Cry of Freedom George F. Root Ed Sweeney 1:24
15 Liberty Ed Sweeney 1:51
16 The House of the Rising Sun Ed Sweeney 2:06
17 Hard Times (Come Again No More) Stephen Foster Ed Sweeney 1:59
18 When I Get Home Ed Sweeney 1:52
19 Sandy River Bells Ed Sweeney 2:29
20 The Eighth of January Ed Sweeney 1:01
21 St. Louis Tickle Ed Sweeney 2:07
22 Been All Around This World Ed Sweeney 0:54
23 Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo, Get Along Little Doggies Ed Sweeney 2:08

Credits

William Billings - Composer
David Correia - Engineer
Jeff Davis - Fiddle, Mandolin
Jeff Davis - Fiddle, Mandolin
Stephen Foster - Composer
Bruce Foulke - Arranger, Producer
Mint Gibson - Artwork, Cover Art, Design, Graphic Design
Lorraine Lee - Appalachian Dulcimer, Dulcimer
John Penkala - Assistant Engineer
Mark Roberts - Whistle (Instrument)
George F. Root - Composer
James Scot - Composer
Steve Snyder - Piano
Ed Sweeney - 5-string Banjo, Arranger, Fretless Banjo, Guitar, Guitar (12 String), Primary Artist, Producer
Joseph Warren - Composer
Susan Thorpe Waterman - Photography
Henry Clay Work - Composer
Bob Zentz - Guest Artist, Hammer Dulcimer