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民謠搖滾溯源:亞美利堅篇

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    • 1. 
 
 

    • 2. Harry Smith (1923-1991)
    • 3. “This is the Touchstone, the Grail, the Real Deal, the Nitty Gritty, Gound Zero. Long may it wave.” -- Peter Stampfel, the Fugs
    • 4. “Dead Sea Scrolls? Nah. I'll take the Anthology.” -- John Fahey
    • 5. electronic recording devices
    • 6. The Carter Family
    • 7. John Hardy John Hardy was a brave little man, He carried two guns ev'ry day. Killed him a man in the West Virginia land, Oughta seen poor Johnny gettin' away, Lord, Lord, Oughta seen poor Johnny gettin' away. John Hardy was standin' at the barroom door, He didn't have a hand in the game, Up stepped his woman and threw down fifty cents, Says, quot;Deal my man in the game, Lord, Lord....quot; John Hardy lost that fifty cents, It was all he had in the game, He drew the forty-four that he carried by his side Blowed out that poor Negro's brains, Lord, Lord.... John Hardy had ten miles to go, And half of that he run, He run till he come to the broad river bank, He fell to his breast and he swum, Lord, Lord.... He swum till he came to his mother's house, quot;My boy, what have you done?quot; quot;I've killed a man in the West Virginia Land, And I know that I have to be hung, Lord, Lord....quot;
    • 8. He asked his mother for a fifty-cent piece, quot;My son, I have no change.quot; quot;Then hand me down my old forty-four And I'll blow out my agurvatin' [sic] brains, Lord, Lord....quot; John Hardy was lyin' on the broad river bank, As drunk as a man could be; Up stepped the police and took him by the hand, Sayin' quot;Johnny, come and go with me, Lord, Lord....quot; John Hardy had a pretty little girl, The dress she wore was blue. She come a-skippin' through the old jail hall Sayin', quot;Poppy, I'll be true to you, Lord, Lord....quot; John Hardy had another little girl, The dress that she wore was red, She came a-skippin' through the old jail hall Sayin' quot;Poppy, I'd rather be dead, Lord, Lord....quot; They took John Hardy to the hangin' ground, They hung him there to die. The very last words that poor boy said, quot;My forty gun never told a lie, Lord, Lord....quot;
    • 9. Joan Baez (1941- )
    • 10. Joan Baez and Bob Dylan
    • 11. Uncle Tupelo
    • 12. 1990
    • 13. Down On Penny’s Farm Now here's George Penny come into town, With his wagon-load of peaches, not one of Come you ladies and you gentlemen them sound, And listen to my song, He's got to have his money or somebody's I'll sing it to you right, but you might think it's wrong, check, May make you mad, but I mean no harm, You pay him for a bushel, It's all about the renters on Penny's farm. And you don't get a peck. CHORUS: Then George Penny's renters, they come into It's hard times in the country, town, Down on Penny's farm. With their hands in their pockets, and their heads hanging down, Now you move out on Penny's farm, Go in the store and the merchant will say: Plant a little crop of 'bacco and a little crop of corn, quot;Your mortgage is due He'll come around to plan and plot, And I'm looking for my pay.quot; Till he gets himself a mortgage On everything you got. Goes down in his pocket with a trembling hand -- You go to the fields quot;Can't pay you all but I'll pay you what I can.quot; And you work all day, Then to the telephone the merchant makes a Till way after dark, but you get no pay, call, Promise you meat or a little lard, quot;They'll put you on the chain gang It's hard to be a renter on Penny's farm. If you don't pay it all.quot;
    • 14. Bob Dylan (1941- )
    • 15. Hard Times In New York Town Come you ladies and you gentlemen, a-listen to my song. Sing it to you right, but you might think it's wrong. Just a little glimpse of a story I'll tell quot;Bout an East Coast city that you all know well. It's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town. Old New York City is a friendly old town, From Washington Heights to Harlem on down. There's a-mighty many people all millin' all around, They'll kick you when you're up and knock you when you're down. It's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town. It's a mighty long ways from the Golden Gate To Rockefeller Plaza n' the Empire State. Mister Rockefeller sets up as high as a bird, Old Mister Empire never says a word. It's hard times from the country, Livin' down in New York town.
    • 16. Well, it's up in the mornin' tryin' to find a job of work. Stand in one place till your feet begin to hurt. If you got a lot o' money you can make yourself merry, If you only got a nickel, it's the Staten Island Ferry. And it's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town. Mister Hudson come a-sailin' down the stream And old Mister Minuet paid for his dream. Bought your city on a one-way track, 'F I had my way I'd sell it right back. And it's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town. I'll take all the smog in Cal-i-for-ne-ay, 'N' every bit of dust in the Oklahoma plains, 'N' the dirt in the caves of the Rocky Mountain mines. It's all much cleaner than the New York kind. And it's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town. So all you newsy people, spread the news around, You c'n listen to m' story, listen to m' song. You c'n step on my name, you c'n try 'n' get me beat, When I leave New York, I'll be standin' on my feet. And it's hard times in the city, Livin' down in New York town.
    • 17. Mississippi John Hurt
    • 18. Frankie Frankie was a good girl, everybody know, she paid one hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes He's her man, but he did her wrong Frankie went down to the corner saloon, she ordered her a glass of beer, she asked the barkeeper, quot;Gas my lovin' Albert been here?quot; quot;He been here, but he's gone againquot; quot;Ain't gonna tell you no story, Frankie, I ain't gonna tell you no liequot; Says, quot;Albert a-passed about a hour ago, with a girl you call Alice Frye He's your man, and he's doin' you wrong Frankie went down to the corner saloon, she didn't go to be gone long She peeked through keyhole in the door, spied Albert in Alice's arm He's my man, and you's doin' me wrong
    • 19. Frankie called Albert, she shot him three or four times, says, quot;Stand back, I'm smokin' my gun, let me see is Albert dyin' He's my man, and he did me wrongquot; Frankie and the judge walked outta the stand, and walked out side by side The judge says, quot;Frankie, you're gonna be justified, killin' a man, and he did you wrongquot; Frankie was a good girl, everybody know, she paid one hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes He's her man, but he did her wrong Said, quot;Turn me over, mother, turn me over slow, it may be my last time, you won't turn me no more He's my man, and he did me wrongquot; Says, Frankie was a good girl, everybody know, she paid one hundred dollars for Albert's suit of clothes He's her man, but he did her wrong
    • 20. 1992
    • 21. Fishing Blues Yes, you've been fishin' all the time. Download RingtoneSend “Fishing Blues” I'm a-goin' a-fishin' too. Ringtone to Your CellDownload Ringtone I bet your life your lovin' wife. Catch more fish than you. Went up on the hill about twelve o'clock. Any fish bite, got good bait. Reached right back and got me a pole. Here's a little somethin' I would like to relate. Went to the hardware and got me a hook. Any fish bite, you've got good bait. Attached that line right on that hook. I'm a-goin' a-fishin', yes, I'm goin' a-fishin', Says you've been a-fishin' all the time. I'm a-goin' a-fishin' too. I'm a-goin' fishin' too. Put on your skillet, don't never mind your lead. I bet your life, your lovin'wife. Mama gonna cook 'em with the short'nin' bread. Can catch more fish than you. Says you been fishin' all the time. Any fish bite if you've got good bait. I'm a-goin a-fishin' too. Here's a little somethin' I would like to relate. I bet your life, your lovin' wife. Any fish bite, you've got good bait. Can catch more fish than you. I'm a-goin' a-fishin', yes, I'm a-goin' a-fishin', Any fish bite, if you've got good bait. I'm a-goin' a-fishin' too. Here's a little somethin' I would like to relate. Any fish bite, you've got good bait. Looked down the river about one o'clock. I'm a-goin' a-fishin', yes, I'm goin' a-fishin', Spied this catfish swimmin' around. I'm a-goin' a-fishin' too. I've got so hungry, didn't know what to do. I'm gonna get me a catfish too.
    • 22. Canned Heat
    • 23. Goin’ Up the Country I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? I'm goin' up the country, baby don't you wanna go? I'm goin' to some place where I've never been before. I'm goin', I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine. Well, I'm goin' where the water tastes like wine. You can jump in the water and stay drunk all the time. I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away. I'm gonna leave this city, got to get away. All this fussin' and fightin', man you know I sure can't stay. Now baby, packin' up the truck you know I got to leave today. Just exacly where I'm goin' I can not say, but we might even leave the USA. It's a brand-new game and I don't wanna play. No use of you running or screaming and crying But you got a home man, long as I got mine.
    • 24. Robert Johnson (1911-1938)
    • 25. Last Fair Deal Gone Down It's the last fair deal goin' down, Take camp tain he and see, camp ain't he and see last fair deal goin' down At scal ain't be at seen, good Lord, It's the last fair deal goin' down, good Lord, on that Gulfport Island Road on that Gulfport Island Road Ah, this last fair deal goin' down, Please, Ida Belle, don't cry this time it's the last fair deal goin' down Ida Belle, don't cry this time This' the last fair deal goin' down, good Lord, If you cry about a nickel, you'll die 'bout a dime on this Gulfport Island Road1 She wouldn't cry, but the money won't mine I'm workin' my way back home, I love the way you do, I'm working my way back home I love the way you do I'm workin' my way back home, good Lord, I love the way you do, good Lord, on this Gulfport Island Road on this Gulfport Island Road And that thing don't keep-a ringin' so soon My captain's so mean on me, That thing don't keep-a ringin' so soon my captain's so mean on me And that thing don't keep-a ringin' so soon, My captain's so mean on me, good Lord, good Lord, on that Gulfed-and-Port Island Road on this Gulfport Island Road
    • 26. The Coo Coo Bird Gonna build me a log cabin Um hmm hmm... on a mountian so high So I can see Willie I've played cards in England as he goes on by I've played cards in Spain I'll bet you ten dollars Um hmm hmm... I beat you this game Oh the coo-coo is a pretty bird Oh the coo-coo is a pretty bird She wobbles when she flies She wobbles when she flies She never hollers coo-coo She never hollers coo-coo 'Til the fourth day of July 'Til the fourth day of July I've played cards in England I've played cards in Spain I'll bet you ten dollars I'll beat you next game Jack of diamonds, Jack of diamonds I've known you from old Now you've robbed my poor pockets Of my silver and my gold
    • 27. Big Brother and the Holding Company
    • 28. Blind Willie Johnson
    • 29. John The Revelator Well who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator A book of the seven seals. Tell me what's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator A book of the seven seals. Now who art worthy, crucified and holy Bound up for some, Son of our God Daughter of Zion, Judea's Lion He redeemed us, Jesus bought us with his blood Now tell me who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator A book of the seven seals.
    • 30. Well what's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator A book of the seven seals. Well Moses to Moses, Watching the flock Saw the bush where they had to stop God told Moses pull off your shoes Out of the flock, a well a you I choose Now tell me who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator Who's that a writing? John The Revelator A book of the seven seals. Well what's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator What's John a writing? Ask The Revelator A book of the seven seals.
    • 31. Blind Lemon Jefferson
    • 32. Did you ever hear them church bells toll, See That My Grave is Kept Clean Did you ever hear them church bells toll, Did you ever hear them church bells toll, Well, there's one kind of favor I'll ask of you, Means another poor boy is dead and gone. Well, there's one kind of favor I'll ask of you, There's just one kind of favor I'll ask of you, Well, my heart stopped beating and my hands You can see that my grave is kept clean. turned cold, Well, my heart stopped beating and my hands And there's two white horses following me, turned cold, And there's two white horses following me, Well, my heart stopped beating and my hands I got two white horses following me, turned cold, Waiting on my burying ground. Now I believe what the Bible told. Did you ever hear that coffin sound, There's just one last favor I'll ask of you, Have you ever heard that coffin sound, And there's one last favor I'll ask of you, Did you ever hear that coffin sound, There's just one last favor I'll ask of you, Means another poor boy is under ground. See that my grave is kept clean.
    • 33. 五四三 六