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Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock And Roll (O.S.T.)

    40 years ago: April 17, 1975, Phnom Penh fell to the Khmer Rouge and Cambodian rock and roll was no more. Its star musicians were targeted and killed, record collections were destroyed, clubs were closed, and Western-style music-making, dancing, and clothes were outlawed. The deaths of approximately 2 million Cambodians and the horrors of the Killing Fields have been well-documented; add to this John Pirozzi’s fascinating tale of Cambodia’s vibrant pop music scene, beginning in the 1950s and ‘60s, influenced by France’s Johnny Hallyday and Britain’s Cliff Richard and the Shadows. The filmmaker has assembled rare archival footage, punctuating it with telling interviews with the few surviving musicians. Cambodian culture has long been synonymous with a love for the arts.

    DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN pays homage to the country’s rock legends who paid for their creativity with their lives. Through the eyes, words and songs of its popular music stars of the 50s, 60s, and 70s, Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll examines and unravels Cambodia's recent tragic past. Dust-to-Digital is excited to release the soundtrack to such an important film. Compiled by the film’s director, the album is very cinematic in nature. The sequencing and newly-remastered audio transport the listener through the rock and roll history of Cambodia in a similar fashion as John Pirozzi’s documentary film. It is both entertaining and essential to hear so many tracks that are available outside of Cambodia for the very first time.

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    Lead Kindly Light: Pre-War Music And Photographs From The American South

      What happens when a 78 collector marries a collector of antique photographs? Lead Kindly Light. Recordings of Rural Southern Music: Old Time, String Band Music from Appalachia, extremely rare Country Blues and African American gospel singing from 1924-1939.

      159 Photographs from the Collection of Sarah Bryan reproduced in full color. 46 Audio Recordings from the 78RPM Record Collection of Peter Honig. 176-page hardcover book with 2 CDs. 8.5 inches x 6.5 inches. A portrait of the rural American South between the dawn of the twentieth century and World War II, Lead Kindly Light brings together two CDs of traditional music from early phonograph records and a fine hardcover book of never-before-published vernacular photography.

      North Carolina collectors Peter Honig and Sarah Bryan have spent years combing backroads, from deep in the Appalachian mountains to the cotton and tobacco lowlands, in search of the evocative music and images of the pre-War South. The music of Lead Kindly Light presents outstanding lesser-known recordings by early stars of recorded country music, as well as rarely- and never-reissued treasures by obscure country, blues, and gospel artists. The photographs, mainly images of the rural and small-town South, are richly textured depictions of family life, work, and fun, and the often accidental beauty of the vernacular snapshot.

      TRACK LISTING

      DISC 1
      1. Buster Carter And Preston Young – “I’ll Roll In My Sweet Baby’s Arms”
      2. Georgia Yellow Hammers – “Mary Don’t You Weep”
      3. Narmour & Smith – “Jake Leg Rag”
      4. Prince Moore – “Church Bells”
      5. Roane County Ramblers – “Callahan Rag”
      6. Banjo Joe – “Engineer Joe”
      7. Ernest Phipps And His Holiness Quartet – “I Want To Go Where Jesus Is”
      8. Amos Baker – “I Wish I Were A Mole In The Ground”
      9. Lewis Brothers – “When Summer Comes Again”
      10. Dykes’ Magic City Trio – “Frankie”
      11. Leake County Revelers – “Johnson Gal”
      12. Gid Tanner, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris – “Possum Hunt On Stump House Mountain, Part 1”
      13. Gid Tanner, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris – “Possum Hunt On Stump House Mountain, Part 2”
      14. Mississippi Bracey– “Stered Gal”
      15. Jilson Setters – “Little Boy Working On The Road”
      16. Loveless Twins Quartet – “Lead Kindly Light”
      17. Al Hopkins And His Buckle Busters – “Roll On The Ground”
      18. J. E. Mainer’s Mountaineers – “Concord Rag”
      19. Uncle Eck Dunford And Ernest Stoneman – “Barney McCoy”
      20. Blue Ridge Highballers – “Round Town Girls”
      21. Carter Family – “Motherless Children”
      22. Rev. W. M. Mosley And His Congregation – “Labor For The Lord”
      23. Home Folk Fiddlers – “Arkansas Hoedown”

      Disc 2
      1. Allen Brothers – “Skipping And Flying”
      2. Fiddlin’ Sam Long Of The Ozarks – “Sandy Land”
      3. Rev. J. C. Burnett – “True Friendship”
      4. Narmour And Smith – “Tequila Hop Blues”
      5. Orville Reed – “The Telephone Girl”
      6. Burnett And Ruttledge – “Blackberry Blossoms”
      7. Kid Williams And Bill Morgan – “When He Died He Got A Home In Hell”
      8. Buster Carter And Preston Young – “It’s Hard To Love And Can’t Be Loved”
      9. Carter Family – “Kitty Waltz”
      10. Birmingham Entertainers – “Johnny Bring The Jug ‘Round The Hill”
      11. Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers – “Old Time Corn Shuckin’, Part 1”
      12. Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers – “Old Time Corn Shuckin’, Part 2”
      13. Mainer’s Mountaineers – “Train Carry My Girl Back Home”
      14. Miller’s Merrymakers – “Old Time Breakdown”
      15. Riley Puckett – “Railroad Bill”
      16. Leake County Revelers – “Been To The East, Been To The West”
      17. Charlie Bowman And His Brothers – “Gonna Raise The Ruckus Tonight” 18. Charlie Parker And Mack Woolbright – “Man Who Wrote The Home Sweet Home Never Was A Married Man”
      19. Dykes’ Magic City Trio – “Cotton Eyed Joe”
      20. Joe Smith – “Kidnapping Is A Terrible Crime”
      21. Rev. W. M. Mosley – “The Comforter Has Come”
      22. Roane County Ramblers – “Johnson City Rag”
      23. Jilson Setters – “Way Up On Clinch Mountain”

      Brother Claude Ely

      Ain't No Grave: The Life And Legacy Of Brother Claude Ely

        Recorded interviews of over 1,000 people in the Appalachian Mountains lay the foundation for this 360 page biography detailing the life of Brother Claude Ely, the religious singer-songwriter and Pentecostal-Holiness preacher from southwestern Virginia, perhaps best-known for his song, “There Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down”. While visiting a London record shop in 2001, Macel Ely II heard a familiar voice playing over the speakers. He learned that it was indeed the powerful chanting of his great-uncle and was amazed at the magnitude of the impact his music still maintained on people worldwide. He then embarked on what would become a 9-year journey to discover the true story of Brother Claude Ely as well as to investigate his legacy. Brother Claude Ely passed along a musical and spiritual influence which can still be heard today like a mountain echo in those long, winding hollows and impoverished coal fields. Authored by Brother Claude Ely’s nephew, Macel Ely II, the biography is supplemented by 290 sepia photographs along with a CD featuring rare and electrifying audio recordings of Pentecostal worship services in the mountains of Kentucky and Virginia accompanied by a fiery sermon preached by Brother Claude Ely himself.

        360 page hardcover book with dust jacket in shrinkwrap - CD stored in back of book.

        TRACK LISTING

        1.“There Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down” (a Capella) Sang By Reverend David Brock, Sister Sharon Brock, James Burkhart, And Congregation At The Charity Tabernacle In Cold Springs, Kentucky, June 6, 2010
        2. “Jesus Is Mine (Mine, Mine, Mine)” Sang At The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        3. Daniel Ely Testifying Spoken At The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        4. “Zion’s Hill (Here They Come, Oh What A Thrill)” Sang By Reverend Jim Ewing, Sr. Of The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        5.“Shout And Shine” Sang By Reverend Jim Ewing, Jr. And Patricia Ewing At The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        6. “He Is Coming Soon” Sang By Reverend Windell D. Ely At The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        7. “Amazing Grace” Sang By The Congregation Of The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        8. “When The Battle’s Over (We Shall Wear A Crown)” & “I’ve Just Begun To Live” Sang By The Congregation Of The Free Pentecostal Church Of God In Pucketts Creek, Virginia, Ca. 1980
        9. “Lingering Could Be Your Doom” Sermon By Brother Claude Ely Conducted At The Highway Of Holiness Pentecostal Church In Hamilton, Ohio, 1977
        10. “There Ain’t No Grave Gonna Hold My Body Down” Sang By James Burkhart, Reverend David Brock, And Sister Sharon Brock At The Charity Tabernacle In Cold Springs, Kentucky, June 6, 2010


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