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|Document Type:||Book, Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Sarah Bryan; Peter Honig
|Language Note:||Sung in English.|
|Performer(s):||On accompanying CDs: Various performers.|
|Description:||174 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 23 cm 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Disc 1. I'll roll in my sweet baby's arms (Buster Carter and Preston Young) --
Mary don't you weep (Georgia Yellow Hammers) --
Jake leg rag (Narmour & Smith) --
Church bells (Prince Moore) --
Callahan rag (Roane County Ramblers) --
Engineer Joe (Banjo Joe) --
I want to go where Jesus is (Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Quartet) --
I wish I were a mole in the ground (Amos Baker) --
When summer comes again (Lewis Brothers) --
Frankie (Dykes' Magic City Trio) --
Johnson gal (Leake County Revelers) --
Possum hunt on Stump House Mountain, part 1 ; Possum hunt on Stump House Mountain, part 2 (Gid Tanner, Clayton McMichen, Riley Puckett, Lowe Stokes, Fate Norris) --
Stered gal (Mississippi Bracey) --
Little boy working on the road (Jilson Setters) --
Lead kindly light (Loveless Twins Quartet) --
Roll on the ground (Al Hopkins and his Buckle Busters) --
Concord rag (J. E. Mainer's Mountaineers) --
Barney McCoy (Uncle Eck Dunford and Ernest Stoneman) --
Round town girls (Blue Ridge Highballers) --
Motherless children (Carter Family) --
Labor for the Lord (Rev. W. M. Mosley and his Congregation) --
Arkansas hoedown (Home Folk Fiddlers). Disc 2. Skipping and flying (Allen Brothers) --
Sandy land (Fiddlin' Sam Long of the Ozarks) --
True friendship (Rev. J. C. Burnett) --
Tequila hop blues (Narmour and Smith) --
The telephone girl (Orville Reed) --
Blackberry blossoms (Burnett and Ruttledge) --
When he died he got a home in Hell (Kid Williams and Bill Morgan) --
It's hard to love and can't be loved (Buster Carter and Preston Young) --
Kitty waltz (Carter Family) --
Johnny bring the jug 'round the hill (Birmingham Entertainers) --
Old time corn shuckin', part 1 ; Old time corn shuckin', part 2 (Blue Ridge Corn Shuckers) --
Train carry my girl back home (Mainer's Mountaineers) --
Old time breakdown (Miller's Merrymakers) --
Railroad Bill (Riley Puckett) --
Been to the east, been to the west (Leake County Revelers) --
Gonna raise the ruckus tonight (Charlie Bowman and his Brothers) --
Man who wrote the home sweet home never was a married man (Charlie Parker and Mack Woolbright) --
Cotton eyed Joe (Dykes' Magic City Trio) --
Kidnapping is a terrible crime (Joe Smith) --
The Comforter has come (Rev. W. M. Mosley) --
Johnson City rag (Roane County Ramblers) --
Way up on Clinch Mountain (Jilson Setters).
|Responsibility:||Sarah Bryan and Peter Honig.|
- Southern States -- Pictorial works.
- Vernacular photography -- Southern States.
- Gospel music -- Southern States.
- Blues (Music) -- Southern States.
- Old-time music -- Southern States.
- String band music -- Southern States.
- Blues (Music)
- Gospel music.
- Old-time music.
- String band music.
- Vernacular photography.
- Southern States.