The Fine Old Colord Gentleman - The Early Minstrel Show - The Early Minstrel Show (Vinyl, LP)


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1985
Label: New World Records - NW 388 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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8 thoughts on “ The Fine Old Colord Gentleman - The Early Minstrel Show - The Early Minstrel Show (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The earliest minstrel shows strove to mimic the music and histrionics of slaves, though they often ended up only mocking them. Crowds loved it, much to our amazement today. Overall, the album includes some very danceable, singable and memorable tunes, which also adds to the tension and may make some listeners recoil even more/5(9).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Early Minstrel Show on Discogs. Label: New World Records - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk, Music Hall.
  3. This recording attempts to recreate the music of a typical minstrel show of the late s, when this music struck the nation's fancy most forcefully and before the minstrel show gradually became indistinguishable from other forms of variety entertainment. This re-creation was based on extensive research using.
  4. The Fine Old Color'd Gentleman Written & Composed by Dan Emmett Boston: In Tennessee as I've heard say There once did used to dwell A fine old color'd gentleman And this nigger know'd him well; Dey used to call him Sambo Or somethin' near de same, And de reason why dey call'd him so Was because it was his name. O Sambo was a gentleman.
  5. OCLC Number: Notes: Minstrel songs with or without acc. De boatmen's dance.. Old Joe.. The fine old color'd gentleman.. Dr. Hekok jig.. Stop dat knocking.
  6. Imprint New York, N.Y.: New World Records, [], p Physical description 1 sound disc: digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  7. Nov 05,  · For all the vexed issues they pose to us now, minstrel shows were an important part of American social life in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the early days of the phonograph industry, the record labels attempted to bring the experience of minstrelsy into consumers' homes. The records were popular; hundreds of titles and thousands of examples .
  8. Minstrel Performances were often a small part of shows, sometimes warm-up comedy or musical acts. These bawdy shows were considered low-brow and distasteful and many theaters would not allow such performances. However, U.S. economic panic of , high-end theaters started produce minstrel shows as cheap entertainment because the acts were cheap.

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