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|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard K Spottswood; Library of Congress. Recording Laboratory.; Archive of Folk Song (U.S.)
|Notes:||A project of the Library of Congress American Revolution Bicentennial.
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A series of 15 recordings selected from field and commercial sources from the nineteenth century to the present.
|Description:||2 sides 33 1/3 rpm, microgrove mono 12 in.|
|Contents:||Blessed are the poor in spirit (Luther Magby).--Pisn o hori Holhofey (Artistic Village Troup).--Drinking shine (Elder Charlie Beck).--Honey in the rock (Blind Mamie Forehand).--Electricity (Jimmy Murphy).--John the Baptist (Brother Dutch Coleman).--Pastorale di natale (Pasquale Feis).--Death chant (Leroy Selam).--Better get ready (Elder R. Wilson and Family).--There's a man going round taking names (Unknown singers).--What are they doing in heaven today? (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet).--Lord, you're good to me (Bunk Johnson).--There is a fountain filled with blood (Giddens Sisters).--At the cross (Fiddlin' John Carson).--Where the soul of man never dies (Anglin Brothers).--Don't wait the last minute to pray (Kitty Wells and the Tennessee Mountain Bous).--Snake dance song (Noel Josephs).|
|Series Title:||Folk music in America., v. 15.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Richard K. Spottswood.|