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Southern journey. volume 1 [sound recording] : voices from the American South.

Southern journey. volume 1 voices from the American South.

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  • 1 copies at Grand Rapids Public Library

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Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Main CD Folk Southern v.1 (Text) 31307010592477 Music Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Rounder Records, p1997.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Compact disc.
Remastered from the original field recordings.
Includes booklet ([32] p.) with lyrics and notes by Matthew Barton.
Formatted Contents Note:
O day (Bessie Jones) -- Katy went fishing with her hook and line (Hobart Smith) -- Walk in the parlor (Sid Hemphill & Lucius Smith) -- Mama's gonna buy (Vera Ward Hall) -- Wished I was in heaven sitting down (Fred McDowell) -- Po' Lazarus (Bright Light Quartet) -- The lass of Loch Royale (Neil Morris) -- Three nights drunk (J.E. Mainer and Band) -- Pharaoh (Sidney Carter) -- Interview / Cripple creek (Uncle Charlie Higgins, Wade Ward & Dale Poe) -- The diver boy (Ollie Gilbert) -- Pretty Polly (Estil C. Ball) -- Sweet Roseanne (Bright Light Quartet) -- Sink 'em low (Bessie Jones) -- Dollar Mamie (Ed Lewis, leader; with prisoners) -- I wonder will we meet again? (Rev. Crenshaw & congregation) -- Poor wayfaring stranger (Almeda Riddle) -- Testimony (I.D. Beck) -- Guide me o Thou Great Jehovah) -- (Ike Caudill, leader ; The Thornton Old Regular Baptist Church Congregation) -- The last words of Copernicus (Sacred Harp Singers) -- The gospel train (Belleville A. Capella Choir) -- Beulah land (John Davis & Bessie Jones) -- It just suits me (Hobart Smith & Bessie Jones)
Participant or Performer Note:
Various artists.
Date/Time and Place of an Event Note:
Recorded at various locations by Alan Lomax, 1959-1960.
Subject: Folk songs > Southern States.
Work songs.
Genre: Blues (Music)
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