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Negro folk music of Alabama.

Author: Rich Amerson; Harold Courlander
Publisher: N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Folkways Records, [1960]
Series: Smithsonian global sound for libraries.
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Genre/Form: Folklore
Music
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Negro folk music of Alabama.
N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Folkways Records, [1960] publisher catalog number:
FE 4417-FE 4474
Print version:
Negro folk music of Alabama.
N[ew] Y[ork] C[ity] : Folkways Records, [1960]
(VVS) 76750292
Material Type: Music, Sound recording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Rich Amerson; Harold Courlander
OCLC Number: 689536969
Event notes: "Music, both vocal and instrumental, sermons, and stories recorded in central and western Alabama, Jan. and Feb. 1950 by Harold Courlander, assisted by Ruby Pickens Tartt and Emma Courlander, in the course of a field trip sponsored by the Wenner-Gren Foundation."
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: v. 1. Secular. Mamma don't tear my clothes ; Southern pacific ; Black woman ; Kansas City blues ; Salty dog blues ; I'm goin' up north ; Little Sally Walker ; See See Rider ; Mamma's goin' to buy him a little lap dog ; Soon as my back's turned ; She done got ugly ; Now your man done gone ; Field calls ; Brer Rabbit and the alligators --
v. 2. Religous. Trampin' trampin' ; Dead and gone ; Abraham and Lot ; Rock chair, I told you to rock ; I wonder where my brother gone ; Free at last ; Jonah ; Low down death right easy ; Jesus goin' to make up my dyin' bed ; Prayer ; Prayer meeting ; Move members move --
v. 3. Rich Amerson, I. Railroad : lining track ; Texas sandstorm ; John Henry ; Chicago and Rome ; Challenge to the doctor ; Draft board ; River, creek, sun, moon ; Champion ; Brer Rabbit tales ; Sermonizing --
v. 4. Rich Amerson, II. Animals in church ; King David ; Israelites shouting ; Didn't you hear ; When you feel like moaning ; Death have mercy ; It's getting late in the evening ; Lord I'm waiting on you ; Job Job ; Come on up to bright glory ; This may be your last time. v. 5. Spirituals. My God ain't no lying man ; Where the sun will never go down ; Troubled Lord I'm troubled ; Look how they done my Lord ; Job Job ; What month was Jesus born in ; Somebody's talking about Jesus ; Death is awful ; The hills of Mt. Zion ; Low down the chariot and let me ride ; The blood done signed my name ; Everybody talkin' about heaven ; Noah, Noah ; Plumb the line ; Travelling shoes --
v. 6. Ring game songs & others. Mary Mack ; Bob a needle ; Watch that lady ; Old lady Sally wants to jump ; Loop de loo ; Green green rocky road ; Rosie darling Rosie ; I must see ; Bluebird bluebird ; May go 'round the needle ; Stooping on the window ; Charlie over the ocean ; Session with Celia Lewis ; Water on the wheel ; Go pray ye ; Captain holler hurry ; John Henry ; Going to have a talk with the chief of police ; Meet me in the bottoms ; When the role is called in heaven ; I moaned and I moaned ; I'm standing in a safety zone.
Series Title: Smithsonian global sound for libraries.

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