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ISNI: 
0000 0001 2017 3361
Name: 
Rosalie Sorrels
Rosalie Sorrels (American singer-songwriter)
Rosalie Sorrels (Amerikaans zangeres)
Rosalie Sorrels (amerikansk sångare)
Rosalie Sorrels (amerikansk sanger)
Rosalie Sorrels (amerikansk songar)
Rosalie Sorrels (chanteuse américaine)
Rosalie Sorrels (US-amerikanische Sängerin)
Sorrells, Rosalie
Sorrels, Rosalie
Dates: 
born 1933-06-24 deceased 2017-06-11
Creation class: 
cre
Musical sound recording
Text
Creation role: 
composer
instrumentalist
lyricist
performer
singer
writer of accompanying material
Related names: 
Carver, Bruce
Cray, Ed
Guderion, Bob (co-performer)
Guthrie, Woody (1912-1967)
Leadbelly, 1885 (1949)
Seeger, Pete (1919-2014)
Watson, Doc
Winston, Winnie
Titles: 
1972 - New Hampshire (Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail)
Aces, Straights and Flushes
Adventures of Isabelle, The
All I Do Is Say Goodbye
And I Have Turned Around So Many Times...
Apples and Pears
Ashes (intro)
Ashes on the Sea
Awful, Oh How Awful
Baby Rocking Melody
Basque Christmas Song
Be Careful, There's a Baby in the House
Borderline Heart
Brigham Young
Broken Token, The
Bruja: Flower of Revolution, La
Cannot Sleep for Thinking of the Children, I
Cat That Walked by Himself, The
Christine Leroy
Classic railroad songs from Smithsonian Folkways
Clearing in the Forest, A
Come and Be My Driver
Come Talk to Me
CooP the fast folk musical magazine, The
Don't Go Home
Don't Marry the Mormon Boys
Don't Play 'Em Unless You've Got 'Em
Ed Balchowsky
Ed Cray and Shim Farrell collection
Eddie's Song
Enola Gay
Feel Drunk All the Time, I
Folk songs of Idaho and Utah
Fourth of July
From Way Up Here
God and the Garbage Man (For Lew Welch)
God Bless the Child
Going Away Party / Looking for Lew
Goodnight Loving Trail
Gospel Snake
Green Eyed Dragon
Green Rolling Hills of West Virginia
gs of the Mormon pioneers. [Phonodisc] 1962.
Had a Mule, I
Haunted Hunter, The
Have Watched and Respected the Solitude of a Child, I
He Comes Like Rain
He Doesn't See Me
Hi-Fi Stereo Color TV
Hitchhiker in the Rain
If I Could Be the Rain
Imaginary Christmas in Idaho, An
In China or a Woman's Heart
Jerusalem
Jesse's Corrido
Juanita
Judge Said, The
L.A. Nights
Little Muscle, A
Live at the Great American Music Hall
Logan's Lament
Lonesome Georgia Brown
Lonesome Roving Wolves - Songs & Ballads of the West, The
Lonesome roving wolves. [Sound recording], The
Lost Children Street
Love Is a Silly Thing
Lovin' of the Game
Magic Penny/Visitation
Mehitabel and Her Kittens
Merry Mormons, The
Money Crop, The
Monologue
Mountain Valley Home
My Grandmother Told Me Stories
My Home Ain't in the Hall of Fame
My last go round
Nevada Moon (USA)
No closing chord the songs of Malvina Reynolds
No Hole in My Head
Occasional Man
Old Buddy Goodnight
Old Devil Time
On the Rim of the World
Place to Be
Place You Snuck Into, The
Poem Kooken
Postcard From India (Keep on Rockin')
Ragweed Ruth
Report from Grimes Creek
Revolutionary Mandate
Right to Life
Rim of the World
Rock Me to Sleep
Rock Salt and Nails
Rondinelli's Castle
Rosalie Sorrells [SR] 1972:
Rosalie Sorrels live with Bruce Carver-- then came the children
Rosalie, You Can't Go Home Again
Rosie Jane
Schofield Mine Disaster
She Can Do Without You
She'll Never Be Mine
Sing Like the Rain (Last Song for David)
Snowing on Raton
Soldier's Return, The
Star of Bannock, The
Starlight on the Rails
State of Arkansas
Strangers in Another Country: The Songs of Bruce "Utah" Phillips
Sweet Loving Friendship
Talkin' Wolverine
Telling Takes Me Home, The
(There's an) Empty Cot in the Bunkhouse Tonight
There Was an Old Woman
They'll Know Who I Am
Think of You, I
This World
To the Dear Memory of Our Friend Dave Van Ronk
Tomorrow Is a Long Time
Travelin’ Lady (1974)
Travelin' lady rides again
Traveling Lady
Tucson One More Time
Turn Around
Two Years Later
Waltzing With Bears
Way out in Idaho : a celebration of songs and stories
Wayland Hand collection of songs and lore
We Had Some High Old Times
Well I Certainly Am a Country Girl...
What Does It Mean to Love
What ever happened to the girl that was
What Have They Done to the Rain
When Much in the Woods as a Child...
Who Said This?
Will This Would Survive?
Winter Song
Wolverine 14 Talking Blues
Wreck of the Number Nine, The
You're Always Welcome at Our House
Contributed to or performed: 
All Used Up
Am a Union Woman, I
Aragon Mill
Aunt Molly Jackson Defines Folk Songs Once and for All
Bury Me in My Overalls
Carolina Cotton Mill
Charge on Mother Jones, The
Classic Railroad Songs
Colores, De
Cowboy Songs on Folkways
Dump the Bosses Off Your Back
First Cuts IV (Green Linnet Sampler)
Folk Song America: A 20th Century Revival IV
Harry Orchard
Intro: Big Bill Haywood and His Family
Intro: Industrial Dark Age
Intro: North Idaho Miner's War and the Western Federation of Miners
Intro: The Life of Mary Harris 'Mother Jones'
Last Letter
Long Memory, The
Nevada Jane
No More Reds in the Union
Nod to Bob: An Artists' Tribute to Bob Dylan on His Sixtieth Birthday, A
Red House 25
Soapbox Oration
Treasures Left Behind: Remembering Kate Wolf
Tribute to Utah Phillips: Singing Through the Hard Times, A
Troubadours of the Folk Era, Volume 4: Singer-Songwriters of the 1970's
Two Bums
Wobbly Doxology
Women of the World
Notes: 
identity's home page http://www.rosaliesorrels.com
Sources: 
VIAF LAC LC WKD
BOWKER
NTA