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'Hazel Dickens : It's hard to tell the singer from the song' film collection, 2001.

Author: Appalshop Films.
Publisher: Whitesburg, KY : Appalshop, c. 2001.
Series: Appalshop films : Music.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Contains material related to the 60-minute color documentary Hazel Dickens: It's Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song, a 2001 release directed by Mimi Pickering. The film profiles the West Virginia bluegrass singer and songwriter Hazel Dickens. It includes interviews with Dickens and fellow musicians Alison Krauss, Naomi Judd and Dudley Connell. Dickens discusses the conflicts she encounters as a woman in a  Read more...
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Named Person: Mimi Pickering; Hazel Dickens; Alison Krauss; Naomi Judd; Dudley Connell
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Appalshop Films.
OCLC Number: 808986373
Notes: Part of the Appalshop films collection under Music series.
Credits: Director, Mimi Pickering; produced by Appalshop Films.
Description: 7 film containers. 1 audio reel. 203 videotapes. 7 audio cassettes.
Series Title: Appalshop films : Music.
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Contains material related to the 60-minute color documentary Hazel Dickens: It's Hard to Tell the Singer from the Song, a 2001 release directed by Mimi Pickering. The film profiles the West Virginia bluegrass singer and songwriter Hazel Dickens. It includes interviews with Dickens and fellow musicians Alison Krauss, Naomi Judd and Dudley Connell. Dickens discusses the conflicts she encounters as a woman in a traditionally male milieu, feelings of physical and cultural displacement, and her working class childhood in Appalachia. Includes performances of 16 of her songs including "Mama's Hand," " Working Girl Blues," and "Black Lung." Subjects include Appalachian women, bluegrass music, and social and economic conditions in West Virginia and the Appalachian region.

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