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Date: Fri, 19 May 1995 21:02:56 -0400 From: Barry Chern (bchern@FREENET.COLUMBUS.OH.US) Subject: Re: Hamilton Camp email@example.com (Ed Ricardo) wrote: : Odd Hamilton (Bobby) Camp does not appear in Karl Erik's Who's Who? : Does anyone here recall hearing Bob Dylan and Hamilton Camp sing : together? I presume there are no circulating tapes? : Any anecdotes at all? Do you have a reference source for this having ever happened? Bob (Hamilton) Camp was Bob Gibson's partner for awhile, and they made a live album "At the Gate of Horn". One of my favorites when I was about 14. Is it possible you got your Bob's mixed up?
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Ricardo) Newsgroups: rec.music.dylan Subject: Re: Hamilton Camp Date: 20 May 1995 10:10:04 GMT Organization: University of Cambridge, England Lines: 130 Camp, Hamilton. Paths of victory [New York] : Elektra, 1964 Recording 1 sound disc : 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. Biographical notes by Alan Myerson on container. Guess I'm doin' fine -- Girl of the north country -- The rubaiyat -- Walkin' down the line -- A satisfied mind -- Pride of man -- Get together --Innisfree -- Long time gone -- Only a hobo -- Irish poems: The lonely ; The stranger's grave -- Tomorrow is a long time -- Paths of victory. EKS-7278; Elektra Folksong '65 N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Elektra Records, 1965 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. "Elektra 15th anniversary commemorative album". Program notes by Stefan E. Powers on container. Long John (Tom Rush) -- So early, early in the spring (Judy Long John (Tom Rush) -- So early, early in the spring (Judy Collins) -- Linin' track (Koerner, Ray and Glover) -- Girl of the north country (Hamilton Camp) -- 900 miles (Dick Rosmini) -- The last thing on my mind (Tom Paxton) -- Born in Chicago (Paul Butterfield Blues Band) -- Fair beauty bright (Kathy & Carol) -- White winged dove (Mark Spoelstra) -- Blues on the ceiling (Fred Neil) -- Rompin' rovin' days (Bruce Murdoch) -- Power and the glory (Phil Ochs). Various performers. S-78; Elektra Records Camp, Hamilton. Welcome to Hamilton Camp Burbank, Calif. : Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, 1968 Recording 1 sound disc (42 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. Descriptive notes on container. America -- So much comfort in you -- On your bond -- I shall be released -- The ballad of Ira Hayes -- Nectar of God -- People in a hurry -- Come down -- Trout -- April come she will -- Honey wine -- Hey, that's no way to say goodbye -- Now I am older. Popular songs; Hamilton Camp, vocals, guitar, and harmonica, with ensemble. Recorded at Whitney Recording Studio, Glendale, Calif. WS 1753; Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Camp, Hamilton. Here's to you [Burbank, Calif.] : Warner Bros.,-Seven Arts, 1968 1 sound disc (32 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. Popular songs with instrumental ensemble; Felix Pappalardi; arranger-producer. Biographical notes on container. Here's to you -- Travelin' in the dark -- Seven circles -- A lot can happen in a day -- Lonely place -- Love is -- For my loved ones -- Flower and flame -- Leavin' anyhow -- Garden of love -- Lisa -- Handwriting on the wall. Recorded at H.R. Recording Studios, Hollywood, Calif. WS 1737; Warner Bros.-Seven Arts Camp, Hamilton. Pride of man / [New York] : Capitol, 197? 1 disc (8 min.) : 45 rpm ; 7 in. "Promotion record, not for sale." Quicksilver Messenger Service, vocals, with instrumental accompaniment. P 2194; Capitol The greatest folksingers of the 'sixties New York : Vanguard, 1972 2 sound discs (84 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in. Vanguard recordings for the connoisseur Manual sequence. You were on my mind (Ian and Sylvia) -- Now that the buffalo's gone (Buffy Sainte-Marie) -- Walk right in (Rooftop Singers) -- East Virginia (Joan Baez) -- Old Blue (Cisco Houston) -- I-feel- like-I'm-fixin'-to-die rag (Country Joe and the Fish) -- John Henry (Odetta) -- Pack up your sorrows (Richard and Mimi Farina) - - There but for fortune (Phil Ochs) -- Violets of the dawn (Eric Andersen) -- Sitting on top of the world (Doc Watson) -- Travelling riverside (John Hammond) -- House of the Rising Sun (Jack Elliott) -- Crazy words-crazy tune (Jim Kweskin and the Jug Band) -- Candy man (Mississippi John Hurt) -- Erie Canal (Weavers) -- Greenland whale fisheries (Judy Collins & Theodore Bikel) -- Well, well, well (Bob Gibson & Hamilton Camp) -- Rambling Boy (Tom Paxton) -- La Bamba (Jose Feliciano) -- Virgin Mary had one son (Joan Baez and Bob Gibson) -- Salty dog blues (Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs) -- Blowin'in the wind (Bob Dylan and friends) -- I wish I had answered (Staple Singers) -- The ballad of Springhill (Peggy Seeger & Ewan Maccoll) -- Mellow down easy (Paul Butterfield Blues Band) -- I got it (Chambers Brothers) -- The whistling gypsy (Tommy Makem) -- Roll in my sweet baby's arms (New Lost City Ramblers) -- Paper of pins (Oscar Brand & Jean Ritchie) -- East Virginia blues (Pete Seeger). "Great artists from the Vanguard folk catalogue." VSD-17/18; VanguardVSD-17--VSD-18; Vanguard Committee (Comedy team) Arthur Cantor presents "The Committee" an original cast album / [Burbank, Calif.?] : Reprise, 1964 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in. Program notes by Alan Lorber on container. Spies -- Intoduction-Sex on campus -- Liebowitz -- Failure 101 -- I'm gonna ride a hundred, hundred, hundred miles -- Bar scene -- Pavlov -- Summer vacation -- The orchestra. Principally comedy sketches performed by the Committee: Scott Beach, Kathryn Ish, Hamilton Camp, Ellsworth Milburn, Garry Goodrow, Irene Riordan, Larry Hankin, and Dick Stahl ; incidental music by Ellsworth Milburn. F-2023; Reprise Randi, Don. 3 in the cellar, original soundtrack album from the American International picture. American International Records, 1970 2 s. 12 in. 33 1/3 rpm. microgroove. stereophonic. Program notes on slipcase. For orchestra, the composer conducting; songs, Didn't I turn out nice, and Three loves, sung by Hamilton Camp. A-1036. Motion picture music -- Excerpts. 3 in the cellar. Selections. Sound recording
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 1995 22:40:49 -0400 From: Teff9150@aol.com To: Karl.Erik.Andersen@nbr.no Subject: Hamilton Camp Hamilton has been into acting for some time. He's a character actor who shows up in odd places on movies and TV. Played the butler a few yrs ago in a movie "Heaven can Wait" with Warren Beaty. Just saw him last week as the Principal on the "Jeff Foxworthy Show". Go Get 'Em Hamilton. No music, but at least he's alive and workin, - - THOM
Date: Sat, 10 May 1997 00:49:47 -0700 From: Michael Gary Kramer (email@example.com) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Hamilton Camp For a time (perhaps still) Hamilton Camp called himself Hamid Hamilton Camp and was a practitioner of the spiritual activities associated with the interesting Subud Movement. Subud is an inherently interesting subject, and its not difficult to see why Camp found it so valuable. Kramer