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Ten years of black country religion 1926-1936

Author: Charley PattonKid Prince MooreBlind Willie DavisLonnie McIntorshBo Weavil JacksonAll authors
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Yazoo, [1971]
Edition/Format:   Music LP : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Gospel music; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Charley Patton; Kid Prince Moore; Blind Willie Davis; Lonnie McIntorsh; Bo Weavil Jackson; Jaybird Coleman; Dennis Crumpton; Robert Summers; Blind Lemon Jefferson
OCLC Number: 4421897
Notes: A collection of Afro-American spirituals, featuring various performers.
Program notes by Stephen Calt, Nick Perls, and Michael Stewart on container.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: Recorded 1926-36.
Description: 1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in.
Contents: Lord I'm discouraged (Charley Patton) --
Church bells (Kid Prince Moore) --
Sign of judgement (Kid Prince Moore) --
I've got a key to the kingdom (Blind Willie Davis) --
Your enemy cannot harm you (Blind Willie Davis) --
Arise and shine (Lonnie McIntorsh) --
I'm on my way to the kingdom land (Bo Weavil Jackson) --
I'm gonna cross the river of Jordan some o' these days (Jaybird Coleman) --
Prayer of death part 1 (Charley Patton) --
Prayer of death part 2 (Chraley Patton) --
Go I'll send thee (Dennis Crumpton & Robert Summers) --
Everybody ought to pray sometime (Dennis Crumpton & Robert Summers) --
Where shall I be? ; All I want is that pure religion (Blind Lemon Jefferson).
Other Titles: Lord I'm discouraged.
Church bells.
Sign of judgement.
I've got a key to the kingdom.
Your enemy cannot harm you.
Arise and shine.
I'm on my way to the Kingdom Land.
I'm gonna cross the river of Jordan some o' these days.
Prayer of death.
Go I'll send thee.
Everybody ought to pray sometime.
Where shall I be?
All I want is that pure religion.

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