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Committee Of Correspondence – Colonial And Revolutionary America

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This recording, presenting music from the American Revolutionary War era (1775–1781) performed by the Committee of Correspondence, contains songs pertaining to the war itself and others on non–military subjects, from romance to the bitter complaint of an indentured servant. The Committee of Correspondence, formed by Dorothy O’Donnell, takes its name from colonial groups that supported the colonists’ independence efforts. She is joined by Kevin Roth, a prominent Folkways recording artist, as well as guitarist Eric Jenson, fiddler Lenny Piotti, and dulcimer artist and singer Karen James. The Committee had earlier recorded “The American Revolution in Song and Ballad” (FW05277).

Folkways Records – FH 5274

1976 US, used copy

Media Condition – VG+, few light scuff marks on both sides

Sleeve Condition – VG, comes with insert, old card catalog pocket inside sleeve, old library stickers on front and labels, barcode on back of sleeve, light ringwear, some edge wear

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Tagsfolk, folkways
Stock Level Only 1 left in stock