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The roots of America's music

Author: Fred McDowellMance LipscombBlack AceAlex MooreBig Joe WilliamsAll authors
Publisher: Berkeley, CA : Arhoolie, [1968]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Blues : Folk music : Gospel music : Jazz : Multiple forms : Popular music : English
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Blues; Jazz; Gospel music; Popular music; Folk music; Other
All Authors / Contributors: Fred McDowell; Mance Lipscomb; Black Ace; Alex Moore; Big Joe Williams; Lil' Son Jackson; John Jackson; Guitar Slim; Jelly Belly; Lowell Fulson; Mercy Dee; Juke Boy Bonner; Lightnin' Hopkins; Big Mama Thornton; Clifton Chenier; Larry Williams; Johnny Young; Bukka White; Jesse Fuller; Louis Overstreet; Robert Shaw; Kid Thomas
OCLC Number: 3916013
Notes: Manual sequence.
Program and biographical notes by Pete Welding on container.
Performer(s): Blues, folk, gospel, jazz, popular, and cajun music; performed by various artists.
Event notes: Recorded 1949-1968.
Description: 2 sound discs : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: Country blues: Shake em on down (Fred McDowell) ; Sugar babe (Mance Lipscomb) ; New triflin' woman (Black Ace) ; July boogie (Alex Moore) ; Greystone blues (Big Joe Williams) ; Roberta (Lil Son Jackson) ; Going down in Georgia on a horn (John Jackson) ; No more hard times (Guitar Slim & Jelly Belly) ; River blues (Lowell Fulson) --
City blues: Walked down so many turnrows (Mercy Dee) ; Going back to the country (Juke Boy Bonner) ; Tom Moore blues (Lightning Hopkins) ; Unlucky girl (Big Mama Thornton) ; Louisiana blues (Clifton Chenier) ; I know you hear me calling (Larry Williams) ; Wild wild woman (Johnny Young) --
Gospel & jazz: Jesus died on the cross to save the world (Bukka White) ; Amazing grace (Jesse Fuller) ; I'm a soldier in the army of the Lord (Rev. Overstreet) --
The ma grinder (Robert Shaw) ; Eh la bas (Kid Thomas) ; Old Piney Brown's gone (Joe Turner) ; Nisaba in the grass (Luna) --
Country, Cajun & folk: Run mountain (J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers) ; Dreams (Del McCoury) ; Carroll County blues (the Hodges Brothers) ; Crowley waltz (Luderin Darbone) ; Cajun two step (Nathan Abshire) ; Once I had a sweetheart (Alice Stuart) ; Charles Giteau (Crabgrass) ; Baby please don't go (James Campbell).

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