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- Album: Wayfaring Stranger
- MP3: 1904 mb | FLAC: 1572 mb
- Released: 1980
- Style: Folk Rock
- Rating: 4.4/5
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The Wayfaring Stranger" (also known as "Poor Wayfaring Stranger" or "I Am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger"), Roud 3339, is a well-known American folk and gospel song likely originating in the early 19th century about a plaintive soul on the journey through life. As with most folk songs, many variations of the lyrics exist. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. I'm just a poor wayfaring stranger. A traveler through this world of woe.
The Wayfaring Stranger (album). Redirected from The Wayfaring Stranger (1944 Asch album)). The Wayfaring Stranger (Asch 345) is an album consisting of three 10-inch, 78 rpm records by Burl Ives released on Asch in 1944. It should not be confused with Ives' 1944 album for Columbia Records (C-103) – also called The Wayfaring Stranger and itself a re-release of a 1941 album on Okeh Records – which contains different songs.
The Wayfaring Stranger was the name of the CBS radio program on which Burl Ives first achieved lasting fame in broadcast circles and the name of Ives' autobiography as well, so it was also a natural for his Columbia Records debut. Ives' definitive Columbia album, The Wayfaring Stranger was also one of the bright spots in the very early folk revival of the mid-'50s, serving (every bit as much as the work of the Weavers) as the unofficial songbook for a generation of would-be folksingers who followed
Wayfaring Stranger by Matt Rota, released 23 December 2013 1. My Home 2. Cluck Old Hen 3. Poor Wayfaring Stranger 4. Ho Jo Blues 5. She's an Angel 6. Mountain Life 7. Worried Man Blues 8. There But for Fortune 9. Pretty Polly 10. Blue Red and Gray. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Wayfaring Stranger Lyrics: I am a poor wayfaring stranger, Traveling through this world of woe, Yet there's no sickness, no toil or danger, In that bright world to which I go, I'm goin' there to see m. Produced by Scott Hendricks. Wayfaring Stranger Lyrics. I am a poor wayfaring stranger Traveling through this world of woe Yet there's no sickness, no toil or danger In that bright world to which I go. I'm goin' there to see my father I'm goin' there no more to roam I'm only goin' over to Jordan I'm only goin' over home Yes, Lord.
The Wayfaring Stranger (Asch 345) is an album consisting of three 10-inch, 78 rpm records by Burl Ives released on Asch in 1944. It should not be confused with Ives' 1944 album for Columbia Records (C-103) - also called The Wayfaring Stranger and itself a re-release of a 1941 album on Okeh Records - which contains different songs
Poor Wayfaring Stranger comes from a number of places, mostly out of Mam's head and originally, of course, mostly from America. The great Almeda Riddle, who when Mam along with the other Watersons met her at the American Bi-Centennial celebrations in Washington in 1976 insisted everyone call her granny, was a great performer and they all got along like a house on fire. She made them a present of her album and her book, and sadly is no longer with us. Ask Mam how she would sing with her hands one day-it's lovely
Wayfaring Stranger" was one of the songs. To give priority is to choose. This version is hollow and quite scary. Wayfaring Stranger" is often played slow or extremely slow. This banjo-driven version isn't the most sensitive, but definitely the hardest. There's nothing "high" or "lonesome" over this band.
|A1||Ten Thousand Angels|
|A2||Open My Eyes|
|A4||The Lord Holds All My Future|
|A5||His Eye Is on the Sparrow|
|B4||I Know Who Holds My Hand|
|B5||Jesus Loves Me|