Rosalie Sorrels (June 24, 1933 – June 11, 2017) was an American folk singer-songwriter. She began her public career as a singer and collector of traditional folksongs in the late 1950s. During the early 1960s she left her husband and began traveling and performing at music festivals and clubs throughout the United States. She and her five children traveled across the country as she worked to support her family and establish herself as a performer
Rosalie Sorrels (born June 24, 1933, Idaho, USA - died June 11, 2017) was an American folk singer-songwriter. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto Rosalie Sorrels. R. Sorrels, Rosalie, Rosalie Sorrells, Rosalie Sorrels And Friends, Sorrells, Sorrels. Folksongs Of Idaho And Utah (LP). Vendi questa versione. Rosalie's Songbag (LP, Album). Folk Songs of Idaho and Utah: Sung by Rosalie Sorrels (Cass, Album, RE). Folkways Cassette Series.
Songs of the frontier, of work, love, and despair are presented here by Rosalie Sorrels, a dedicated folklorist and true Idaho icon. Some of the regional repertoire was passed on by locals from Boise to Burley; other tracks reflect the influence of phonograph records, and a few are derived from the poetry of Chaucer and the legendary Gene Autry. Hear about telephone linemen and railroad builders, cowboys and Mormons, train wrecks and six-shooters. Rosalie is accompanied by her husband, Jim Sorrels, on guitar. Liner notes include complete song lyrics with an introduction by Rosalie Sorrels.
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Rosalie Sorrels was an American folk singer-songwriter. She authored two books and wrote the introduction to her mother's book. In 1990 Sorrels was the recipient of the World Folk Music Association's
Rosalie Sorrels Sings Songs of the Mormon Pioneers. Record label: Festival Records (USA). Studio album, Thematic, Traditional songs. Notes: Rosalie Sorrels (vocals) with Jim Sorrels and the Singing Saints. Most songs are from the collection of Austin E. and Alta S. Fife. Studio album; Traditional songs. Notes: Rosalie Sorrels, vocals and guitar ; in part with Jim Sorrels, guitar. Songs: Bucking bronco-Fourth of July-Babies-Girls of constant sorrow-Two sisters-Rock salt and nails-The unknown grave-Find a wife-Willie and John-No one knows me-Rags to my back-Awful, o how awful-The female highwayman-The haunted hunter-Mormon Sunday school. Folk Songs of Idaho and Utah. Record label: Folkways Records (5343).
Rosalie Sorrels (Rosalie Ann Stringfellow, Boise, Idaho, June 24, 1933 - June 11, 2017) was an American folk singer-songwriter and guitarist. Hot. Peter, Paul and Mary.