Category Archives: Alternative

Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor - Odetta - Sings The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

7 thoughts on “ Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor - Odetta - Sings The Blues (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Jugal
    Odetta earned her rep singing traditional folk in the mid-'50s before the American folk revival got underway with the Kingston Trio and "Tom Dooley" in Unlike many of her contemporaries, however, she had a habit of going her own way from time to time. One of Odetta's most interesting deviations from straight folk, and one that caused a bit of contention among her more conservative.
    Reply
  2. Kigataxe
    "Make Me a Pallet on the Floor" (also "Make Me a Pallet on your Floor", "Make Me a Pallet", or "Pallet on the Floor") is a blues/jazz/folk song now considered as a standard. The song's origins are somewhat nebulous and can be traced back to the 19th century.
    Reply
  3. Mezshura
    Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor Lyrics: Make me down a pallet on your floor / Make me down / Make me a pallet down, soft and low / Make me a pallet on your floor / I'm going up the country,
    Reply
  4. Musar
    Make Me A Pallet On The Floor By Odetta. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Make Me A Pallet On The Floor. Featured on Odetta and the Blues (Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks) More by Odetta. One Grain Of Sand. Christmas with Odetta. Odetta .
    Reply
  5. Mezishakar
    Make Me A Pallet On Your Floor Composer: Traditional. Jerry Garcia recordings. Before The Dead, Jerry Garcia, Other recordings. Perry Bradford Story - Pioneer of the Blues As Told to Noble Sissle by Perry Bradford, Various Artists (Rod Cless Quartet),
    Reply
  6. Neramar
    Because our MP3s have no DRM, you can play it on any device that supports MP3, even on your iPod! KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: kbps = good, kbps = great, kbps = .
    Reply
  7. Gardazahn
    Most of the songs on this CD (which contains material from the albums Odetta at Town Hall, My Eyes Have Seen, and One Grain of Sand, along with a few rarities) don't actually have a bar blues format -- this is essentially a folk collection, but it's a folk collection that never loses the feeling of the blues. Whether Odetta accompanies.
    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *