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Emily Frantz (Mandolin Orange) & Rachel Baiman with Lynda Dawson They'll Never Keep Us Down (Hazel Dickens & Alice Gerrard) Haw River Ballroom Saxapahaw, N. .

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Coal mining in the United States is an industry in transition. Production in 2017 was down 33% from the peak production of 1,162. 7 million tons (about 1054. 8 million metric tonnes) in 2006. Employment of 50,000 coal miners is down from a peak of 883,000 in 1923. Generation of electricity is the largest user of coal, being used to produce 50% of electric power in 2005 and 27% in 2018. is a net exporter of coal. coal exports, for which Europe is the largest customer, peaked in 2012

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Album · 2013 · 12 Songs. Coal Mining Blues Matt Andersen.

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Coal is mined by two methods: surface or 'opencast' mining, and underground mining. Technological advancements have made coal mining today more productive than it has ever been. To keep up with technology and to extract coal as efficiently as possible, modern mining personnel must be highly skilled and well-trained in the use of complex, state-of-the-art equipment. The quality of a coal deposit is determined by: Types of vegetation from which the coal originated.

Album KILL YOURSELF Part XIII: The Atlantis Saga. A dark night (Dark, dark) Yayo. Turn this bitch into Virginia Tech, ayy Got the chopper just to make 'em wet, ayy Dynamite around my vest, ayy We them G 59 terrorists, ayy, ayy Keep throwin' threats, and I'll keep yawning Light my cigarette, you just keep on talking Watch where you tread, please watch where you walking I'm from Vietnam, better.

The effects of mining coal on the environment. There are 2 ways to mine coal – Strip Mining and Underground Mining – both ways have their own impact to the environment and health. We know it but coal is such a cheap energy source that we don’t want to let go of it. The negative effects of coal mining cannot be disputed: Destruction of Landscapes and Habitats: Strip mining also known as surface mining, involves the stripping away of earth and rocks to reach the coal underneath. Deforestation and Erosion: As part of the process of clearing the way for a coal mine, trees are cut down or burned, plants uprooted and the topsoil scraped away. This results in the destruction of the land (it can no longer be used for planting crops) and soil erosion. The loosened topsoil can be washed down by rains and the sediments get into rivers, streams and waterways.

After mining, coal is crushed and washed to remove the surrounding soil and rock. The washing process generates huge amounts of liquid waste, and the mining process itself produces millions of tons of solid waste. Coal companies usually dispose of this waste by constructing dams from the solid mining refuse to store the liquid waste. Actions in the Powder River Basin.

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A1 Hazel Dickens Coal Mining Woman
Bass – Roy HuskeyDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Steve Chandler Fiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Tommy GoldsmithVocals – Hazel Dickens
3:56
A2 The Reel World String Band Draglines
Banjo – Sue MassekBass – Sharon RubleEngineer – Tom TandyFiddle – Karen Jones Guitar – Belle JacksonLead Vocals – Belle JacksonMandolin – Bev FutrellOther [Production Consultation] – Teresa Boykin, Therese Edell
2:49
A3 Phyllis Boyens Blue Diamond Mines
Banjo – Bela Fleck*Bass – Mark HembreeDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Jerry ShookFiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Pat EnrightMandolin – Ronald White Vocals – Phyllis Boyens
3:57
A4 Hazel Dickens Coal Miner's Grave
Bass – Roy HuskeyDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Steve Chandler Fiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Tommy GoldsmithVocals – Hazel Dickens
5:25
A5 Sarah Gunning* Hello Coal Miner
Recorded By – John Kline
4:45
A6 Phyllis Boyens Dream Of A Miner's Child
Banjo – Bela Fleck*Bass – Mark HembreeDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Jerry ShookFiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Pat EnrightHarmony Vocals – Hazel DickensMandolin – Ronald White Vocals – Phyllis Boyens
2:22
B1 Hazel Dickens Coal Tattoo
Banjo – Bela Fleck*Bass – Mark HembreeDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Jerry ShookFiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Pat EnrightMandolin – Ronald White Vocals – Hazel Dickens
2:57
B2 The Reel World String Band The Battle Of Jericol
Banjo – Sue MassekBass – Sharon RubleEngineer – Tom TandyFiddle – Karen Jones Guitar – Belle JacksonLead Vocals – Bev FutrellMandolin – Bev FutrellOther [Production Consultation] – Teresa Boykin, Therese Edell
2:27
B3 Phyllis Boyens Lawrence Jones
Banjo – Bela Fleck*Bass – Mark HembreeDobro – Jerry DouglasEngineer – Jerry ShookFiddle – Blaine SprouseGuitar – Pat EnrightMandolin – Ronald White Vocals – Phyllis Boyens
2:59
B4 The Reel World String Band What She Aims To Be
Banjo – Sue MassekBass – Sharon RubleEngineer – Tom TandyFiddle – Karen Jones Guitar – Belle JacksonLead Vocals – Sue MassekMandolin – Bev FutrellOther [Production Consultation] – Teresa Boykin, Therese Edell
2:25
B5 Florence Reece Which Side Are You On?
Recorded By – Candie Carawan, Guy Carawan
1:43
B6 Hazel Dickens They'll Never Keep Us Down
Banjo – Lamar GrierBass – Gary Henderson Engineer – Norm RowlandGuitar – John KaparakisMandolin – Akira Otsuka
2:40

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Bull Run Studios
  • Recorded At – Shook Shack
  • Recorded At – Highlander Center
  • Recorded At – Bias Studios
  • Recorded At – Track 16 Studios
  • Mixed At – Blue Jay Studios
  • Mixed At – Le Studio, Boston
  • Mixed At – Downtown Recorders
  • Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rounder Records Corp.
  • Copyright (c) – Rounder Records Corp.

Credits

  • Design – N.J. Anderson
  • Mastered By – Glenn Berger
  • Mixed By – Glenn Berger (tracks: A1, A2, A3, A4, A6, B1, B2, B3, B4, B6)
  • Photography By [Cover Photograph] – Earl Dotter
  • Producer – Candie Carawan, Guy Carawan

Notes

Includes booklet with notes, bios, and lyrics.

℗ © 1984 Rounder Records Corporation
Jacket made in Canada

"Coal Mining Woman" and "Coal Miner's Grave" recorded at Bull Run Studio, Ashland City, Tenn.
Engineered by Steve Chandler,
Mixed by Glenn Berger at Blue Jay Recording Studio, Carlisle, Mass.
Vocal: Hazel Dickens
Guitar: Tommy Goldsmith
Dobro: Jerry Douglas
Fiddle: Blaine Sprouse
Bass: Roy Huskey

"Lawrence Jones, "Blue Diamond Mines", "Dream of a Miner's Child" and Coal Tattoo" recorded at Shook's Shack, Nashville, TN.
Engineered by Jerry Shook.
Mixed by Glenn Berger at Blue Jay Recording Studio, Carlisle, Mass.
Hazel Dickens: Vocal on "Coal Tattoo" and harmony on "Dream of a Miner's Child"
Phyllis Boyens: Vocal on Lawrence Jones", "Blue DIamond Mines" and "Dream of a Miner's Child"
Bass: Mark Hembree
Guitar: Pat Enright
Fiddle" Blaine Sprouse
Dobro: Jerry Douglas
Mandolin: Roland White
Banjo: Bela FLeck

Florence Reece was recorded at her home in Knoxville, TN. by Guy and Candie Carawan.

Sarah Ogan Gunning was recorded at a workshop at Highlander Center by John Kline

"They'll Never Keep us Down" was recorded at Bias Recorders, Springfield, VA by Norm Rowland
Mixed by Glenn Berger at Le Studio, Boston, Mass.
Guitar: John Kaparakis
Bass: Gary Henderson
Bano: Lamar Grier
Mandolin: Akira Otsuka

Reel World String Band songs were recorded at Track 16 in Lexington, Kentucky.
Engineered by Tom Tandy with production consultation by Therese Edel and Teresa Boykin (Sea Friends, Inc.) & Jeffrey Jones.
Mixed by Glenn Berger at Downtown Recorders, Boston, Mass.
Mandolin, lead vocal on "The Battle of Jericol": Bev Futrell
Bass: Sharon Reble
Banjo, lead vocal on "What She Aims To Be" Sue Massek
Fiddle: Karen Jones
Guitar, Lead Vocal on "Draglines": Belle Jackson

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Expanded version released on cd in 1997 as Coal Mining Women

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD 4025 Various Coal Mining Women ‎(CD, Comp) Rounder Records CD 4025 US 1997

Various - They'll Never Keep Us Down: Women's Coal Mining Songs FLAC album

Performer: Various

Title: They'll Never Keep Us Down: Women's Coal Mining Songs

Country: US

Date of release: 1984

Style: Folk

Genre: Folk, Country

Size MP3: 1341 mb

Size FLAC: 1698 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

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