Jack Elliott at the Second Fret
|Jack Elliott at the Second Fret|
|Live album by Ramblin' Jack Elliott|
|Recorded||May 18, 1962|
|Venue||The Second Fret, Philadelphia, PA|
|Producer||Esmond Edwards, Shel Kagen|
|Ramblin' Jack Elliott chronology|
Writing for Allmusic, music critic Richie Unterberger wrote the album "It's perhaps a little more fun to hear than the average early 1960s Jack Elliott album, because the live ambience and spoken introductions and asides give it a warmer atmosphere than the earnest but plain studio recordings."
- Jack Elliott at the Second Fret was reissued as Hootenanny with Jack Elliott in 1964 on the Prestige/Folklore label.
- Jack Elliott at the Second Fret was reissued on CD by Fantasy Records in 1999 along with Country Style.
- "Mule Skinner Blues" (Jimmie Rodgers, Vaughn Horton)
- "Cool Water" (Bob Nolan)
- "Talking Miner" (Woody Guthrie)
- "Boll Weevil" (Traditional)
- "How Long Blues"
- "Salty Dog" (Traditional)
- "Tyin' Knots in the Devil's Tail"
- "Hobo's Lullaby" (Goebel Reeves)
- "Talking Sailor" (Woody Guthrie)
- "Rock Island Line" (Lead Belly)
- Ramblin' Jack Elliott – vocals, harmonica, guitar