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The Hootenairs - More Hootenanny FLAC album

Performer: The Hootenairs
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: More Hootenanny
Country: US
Released: 1963
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1230 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1356 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1178 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 933

But in the case of folk music and, especially, the Hootenairs and this album (which seems to have been a follow-up to the company's multi-artist LP Let's Have a Hootenanny), they struck gold, precisely because the unflourished, unforced nature of the performances. A young Mason Williams, playing at least three different instruments, is one of the two most prominent personalities on this album, along with dulcimer player and singer Marilyn Powell (who stands out as the only female singer here).

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Hootenanny was also used by the leadership of early firefighting battalions to describe a "meeting of the minds" of higher ups or various department heads. The term has trickled down to working companies and is now used, with some frequency, at working incidents and other circumstances that require a focused discussion between key individuals. Most recently it was adopted for use during the annual Fire Department Instructors Conference.

Hootenanny was a bit of an oddball album, situated between their hardcore outing Stink and one of the greatest albums of all time with Let It Be. This is classic 'Mats though; their cavalier attitude towards success, fame, or seriousness. So they make an album that is simply weird and disjointed, demonstrated in full effect by the lead track where they all switch instruments in some ghastly mess of a song. Even the album cover is strange. Just when you are about to pass them off, there is a song like Color Me Impressed. Hootenanny is (correct me if i’m wrong) a music thing where everyone can simply go and get turns to grab the mic and make a show. And to avoid drawing multiple character interactions, well, here’s the trasncription: of course it didn’t work, you tried to set up speakers under the fucking water!!

Redirected from Hootenanny (US TV Show)). Hootenanny was an American musical variety television show broadcast on ABC from April 1963 to September 1964.


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CST 351 The Hootenairs More Hootenanny ‎(LP) Crown Records CST 351 US 1963
CLP 5351 The Hootenairs More Hootenanny ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Crown Records CLP 5351 US 1963