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|Genre/Form:||Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Blues; Hymns; Jazz|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Charles Edward Smith; Frederic Ramsey, Jr.; Leadbelly; Oh Red.; Dock Reese; Sonny Terry; Brownie McGhee; Scrapper Blackwell; Bessie Tucker; J M Gates, Rev.; Champion Jack Dupree; Omer Simeon; Pops Foster; James P Johnson; Margaret Johnson, (Vocalist); Two Gospel Keys. (Musical group); Jim Jam Band.; Dallas String Band.; Black & Blue Trio.
|Notes:||Frederic Ramsey, Jr., series editor.
Recorded from "race records" of the early 1900's.
Program notes by Charles Edward Smith (8 p.)--inserted in container.
|Description:||1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.|
|Contents:||Ol' Hannah (prison work song) (Doc Reese, vocal)--Juliana Johnson (axe-cutting song) (Lead Belly, guitar with vocal)--Harmonica breakdown (hoe down dance) (Sonny Terry, harmonica; "Oh" Red, washboard)--John Henry (work song) (Lead Belly, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, vocal)--Down south (blues) (Scrapper Blackwell, guitar with vocal)--Penitentiary blues (Bessie Tucker, piano with vocal)--Dry bones (Negro sermon) (Rev. J.M. Gates with congregation)--I can't feel at home (spiritual) (Two Gospel Keys, vocal with tambourine and guitar)--Slow boogie (Champian Jack Dupree, piano with vocal)--38 slug (Jim Jam Band, guitar, washboard, mandolin, kazoo, bones)--Blues for Lorenzo (Creole) (Omer Simeon, clarinet; Pops Foster, string bass; James P. Johnson, piano)--Dallas rag (Dallas String Band, jug, guitar, mandolin, banjo)--When a 'gator holler, folks say it's a sign of rain (Margaret Johnson with Black & Blue Trio).|
|Series Title:||Jazz, v. 1.|
|Other Titles:||Ol' Hannah.
I can't feel at home.