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Of My Native Land

Of My Native Land

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Musicians

Conrad Praetzel – Beats, Atmospherics, Bass, Guitar, Dobro and Mandolin
Robert Powell – Lap and Pedal Steel, Ebow, Bass, Baritone and Electric Guitars
Brantley Kearns – Fiddle
Mark Fuller – Drums
Bruce “Creeper” Kurnow – Harmonica
John Murphy – Harmonica
Aric Leavitt – Banjo

Songs

Ramblin’ Man vocal Tom Armstrong (Hank Williams/Acuff-Rose Music, Inc./Hiram Music, admin by Rightsong Music Inc., BMI)
Cow Cow Yicky Yicky Yea vocal Leadbelly 1944 (Huddie Ledbetter/Smitsonian Folkways Publishers, TRO, BMI)
Gypsy Laddie vocal Wendy Allen and Sukhawat Ali Khan (traditional arranged by C. Praetzel and W. Allen)
Wade in the Water (traditional arranged by C. Praetzel and R. Powell)
My Home Is Not A Home vocal Tom Armsrong (Onie Wheeler, Tony Lee/APRS, ASCAP, BMI)
Bodie (C. Praetzel, BMI)
The One I Love Is Gone vocal Wendy Allen (Bill Monroe/Kentucky Music, BMI)
Little Maggie vocal Aric Leavitt (traditional arranged and adapted by C. Praetzel and A. Leavitt)
Story About William Riley Shelton narration Doug Wallin (D. Wallin/Smithsonian Folkways Pub., BMI)
The Turtledove vocal Wendy Allen (traditional arranged and adapted by C. Praetzel and W. Allen)
Calling Trains vocal Unidentified Train Caller 1936 (C. Praetzel, R. Powell, BMI)
Pullin’ the Skiff vocal Ora Dell Graham 1940 (traditional arranged and adapted by C. Praetzel)
My Sweet Love Ain’t Around vocal Tom Armstrong (Hank Williams/Acuff-Rose Music, Inc./Hiram Music, admin by Rightsong Music Inc., BMI)
The Time Has Come vocal Wendy Allen (Anne Briggs/Careers-BMG Music Pub. O/B/O Heathside Music Ltd., ASCAP)

Credits

Art Design: Brian Willis

Photographs of E.T. Wickham’s outsider art by: Clark Thomas/Nashville

Arranged by Conrad Praetzel except where noted. “My Home is Not A Home” and “My Sweet Love Ain’t Around” arranged by C. Praetzel and T. Armstrong. “The One I Love Is Gone” arranged by C. Praetzel and W. Allen adapted from arrangement by Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard.

Special thanks to: Smithsonian Folkways, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, The Richmond Organization, Cathy Carapella, Kevin Moore, Bill Frater, Izzy Derkos, Scott Solter, Emu Systems, Rounder Records, Lisa Berman, Sue Sandlin, Paula Frazer, Sukhawat Ali Khan and Sachiko

(c)(p) 2002 Paleo Music (BMI)

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