Links to music used in class

I thought I would make the following resources available to you since I’ve used them in class — no sense in hogging all the music for myself!

You can find an archive of mp3s made from record cylinders full of early Tin Pan Alley recordings and other odds and ends at University of California-Santa Barbara’s Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project.

You can find more “old-timey” music at the Internet Archive. They host lots of recordings of live concerts by contemporary artists as well, so check them out!

If you are interested in hearing more blues, particularly the “gut-bucket” variety (basically the dirty stuff), check out the podcasts at Uncensored Blues. I played part of the “Lesbian Blues” podcast found here. The music player runs on Flash, so you will need to use quota time to listen to it from school.

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~ by Gavin on April 16, 2008.

One Response to “Links to music used in class”

  1. thank you!

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