|1||John Henry's Ghost (1st Record)|
|2||John Henry's Ghost (2nd Record)|
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- Published By – Associated Copyrights
John Henry's Ghost - Dan Cunningham. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. John Henry is the fifth studio album by American alternative rock group They Might Be Giants. It was released in 1994. It is the first album by They Might Be Giants to include a full band arrangement, rather than synthesized and programmed backing tracks. The album's name, a reference to the man versus machine fable of John Henry, is an allusion to the band's fundamental switch to more conventional instrumentation, especially the newly established use of a human drummer instead of a drum machine. Текст песни: John Henrys pappy woke him up one midnight He said, 'Fore the sheriff comes I wanna tell you - listen boy Said, Learn to ball a jack, learn to lay a track, learn to pick and shovel too, And take my hammer Itll do anything you tell it to. The Legend of John Henry's HammerLive at Folsom State Prison, Folsom, CA 1st Show - January 1968. John Ghost. Find us: Contact us: info Music: ghost. John Ghost is an instrumental sextet based in Ghent Belgium. In their music we can hear influences. John Henry. The name conjures up the image of a 10-foot-tall man swinging a 100- pound sledge through solid rock faster than dynamite can blow a sand dune. John Henry, steel driver extraordinare, surely one of our most popular legendary heroes. Except, John Henry is more than a legend. Legend, of course, has embellished John Henry's tale during the past century. Perhaps he has grown an inch for each winter's worth of story-telling. The singers of his ballads, for reason of rhyme or drama, have added new tragedy and new adventures to his story. But still, at the core of the John Henry legend rests a real man. A West Virginia Legend. Retold by. Now John Henry was a mighty man, yes sir. He was born a slave in the 1840's but was freed after the war. He went to work as a steel-driver for the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad, don't ya know. And John Henry was the strongest, the most powerful man working the rails. John Henry, he would spend his day's drilling holes by hitting thick steel spikes into rocks with his faithful shaker crouching close to the hole, turning the drill after each mighty blow. There was no one who could match him, though many tried. Well, the new railr. Listen free to Sci-Fi Romance The Ghost of John Henry John Henry, Pt. 1, We Used to Sing and more. 10 tracks 42:17. He was born a slave in the southern United States. He became a free man as a result of America's Civil War. Then, he worked for the railroads. Confirming details of John Henry's life is not possible. That is because no one knows or sure if he really lived. This is one of the things that makes his story interesting. However, John Henry is based, in part, on real events. Many people say he represents the spirit of growth in America during this period. Now, here is Shep O'Neal with our story. STORYTELLER: People still talk about the ni