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John Edwards memorial collection, 1964-1969.

Author: Ed Cam; Mance Lipscomb; Dave Hall; Mississippi John Hurt
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Recordings of interviews with Mississippi John Hurt (1892-1966), African-American country blues guitarist, singer, and recording artist from Avalon, Miss.; and Mance Lipscomb (ca. 1895- ), African-American country blues guitarist, singer, and recording artist from Navasota, Tex. Hurt classifies his songs into different types, playing the songs on the guitar as examples. Lipscomb discusses changes in race relations  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Mississippi John Hurt; Mance Lipscomb
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ed Cam; Mance Lipscomb; Dave Hall; Mississippi John Hurt
OCLC Number: 27189228
Notes: In the Southern Folklife Collection, Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#FT2770-2771;2774).
Hurt interview conducted and recorded in Los Angeles, Calif., on 10 July 1964 by Ed Cam. Lipscomb interview conducted and recorded between sets at the Ash Grove, a folk music club in Los Angeles, Calif., on 30 Nov. 1969 by Dave Hall.
Description: 3 sound recordings.

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Recordings of interviews with Mississippi John Hurt (1892-1966), African-American country blues guitarist, singer, and recording artist from Avalon, Miss.; and Mance Lipscomb (ca. 1895- ), African-American country blues guitarist, singer, and recording artist from Navasota, Tex. Hurt classifies his songs into different types, playing the songs on the guitar as examples. Lipscomb discusses changes in race relations during his lifetime, and his musical techniques, tunings, and other blues musicians.

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