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Odetta - One Grain of Sand album mp3
Country Blues,Folk Revival,Folk-Blues,Folksongs,Gospel
  • Performer:
    Odetta
  • Title:
    One Grain of Sand
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Country Blues,Folk Revival,Folk-Blues,Folksongs,Gospel
  • Date of release:
    1963
  • Duration:
    41:21
  • Size FLAC version
    1819 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1117 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1889 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.2
  • Votes:
    176
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One Grain of Sand is an album by American folk singer Odetta, first released in 1963. It was re-released on CD in 1997. All songs Traditional unless otherwise noted. Sail Away, Ladies" – 2:41. Moses, Moses" (John Davis, Alan Lomax) – 3:00. Midnight Special" – 3:26. Rambler-Gambler" – 3:22. Cotton Fields" (Lead Belly) – 3:25. Roll On, Buddy" – 3:04. Ain't No Grave" – 2:24. Special Delivery Blues" – 2:41. Rambling Round Your City" (Woody Guthrie) – 4:06.

One Grain of Sand wrapped up Odetta’s relationship with Vanguard Records; she had signed a new contract with RCA in late 1962, and One Grain was released on January 1, 1963. It rang in an extraordinary year, even for a historical stretch in which every year was noteworthy in its own way. Marking the one hundredth anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation, 1963 was bound to be a unique moment of contest, elaborately observed in some quarters and violently defaced in others. The album’s title cut, One Grain of Sand, is a gentle lullaby written by Pete Seeger for his baby daughter in 1956. In delicate, reverent tones, the singer expresses humility and wonder before the magnificence of creation: One grain of sand. One drop of water in the deep blue sea One grain of sand. One little you, one little me.

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One Grain of Sand Tracklist. Writers Traditional Scottish Folk.

something beyond money! Odetta is one of a kind and a true lady of the spiritual and civil rights movements of the 50's and 60's. One person found this helpful. I have loved the original vinyl album for so long that I had literally worn it out. Odetta is regarded as something of an anomaly in the folk world, as there seem to be few African-American musical artists who have concentrated their craft on folk music. That's a shame, since many songs that have historically been labeled "spirituals" have more in common with folk than Blues or Gospel. Many of the songs presented in this wonderful album are in fact spirituals in the African-American tradition. Moses, Moses and Sail Away Ladies are two fine examples, and were chosen to open this.

Style: pop. Album year: 2006. Tracks count: 21. Views: 10. Odetta - Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies 03:04. Odetta - The Boll Weevil 03:25. Odetta - Ain'T No Grave 02:18. Odetta - She Moved Throungh the Fair 03:05. Odetta - One Grain of Sand 02:10. Odetta - Roll On, Buddy 03:04. Odetta - Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down 02:24. Odetta - Special Delivery Blues 02:41. Odetta - Rambler Gambler 03:22. Complete Collection: 1954 - 1962 - Odetta.

One Grain of Sand is an album by American folk singer Odetta, first released in 1963. If you drop one grain of sand on top of this pile every second, the pile will continue to grow in the shape of a cone. The pile retains its shape because occasionally a new grain of sand will trigger an avalanche which causes some number of grains to slide down the side of the cone into new positions. These avalanches are chaotic. It is nearly impossible to predict if the next grain of sand will cause an avalanche, where that avalanche will occur on the pile, how many grains.

One Grain of Sand Album Cover Art. Odetta. 12" Vinyl 1. 1 Sail Away Ladies.

All the great songs and lyrics from the "One Grain of Sand" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Odetta Holmes (December 31, 1930 – December 2, 2008), known as Odetta, was an American singer, actress, guitarist, songwriter, and a civil and human rights activist, often referred to as "The Voice of the Civil Rights Movement". Her musical repertoire consisted largely of American folk music. ore . Year: 1963.

Credits

Woody Guthrie - Composer
Jules Halfant - Design
Lead Belly - Composer
Bill Lee - String Bass
Alan Lomax - Composer
Bob Nolan - Composer
Odetta - Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Pompeo Posar - Photography
Public Domain - Composer
Pete Seeger - Composer
Traditional - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sail Away, Ladies Public Domain Odetta 2:41
2 Moses, Moses Alan Lomax Odetta 3:00
3 Midnight Special Public Domain Odetta 3:26
4 Rambler-Gambler Public Domain Odetta 3:22
5 Cotton Fields Lead Belly Odetta 3:25
6 Roll On, Buddy Public Domain Odetta 3:04
7 Ain't No Grave Public Domain / Traditional Odetta 2:24
8 Special Delivery Blues Traditional Odetta 2:41
9 Rambling Round Your City Woody Guthrie Odetta 4:06
10 Boll Weevil Public Domain Odetta 2:18
11 Come All Ye Fair and Tender Ladies Public Domain / Traditional Odetta 3:28
12 She Moved Through the Fair Public Domain / Traditional Odetta 3:05
13 Cool Water Bob Nolan Odetta 3:08
14 One Grain of Sand Pete Seeger Odetta 2:09