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Goodbye, Babylon.

Author: JimpsonRoaring Lion, (Musician)John DilleshawT T Rose, Rev.Roosevelt GravesAll authors
Publisher: Atlanta, GA : Dust-to-Digital, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
Collection of 135 gospel songs from the period 1902-1960, and 25 sermons from the period 1926-1941. Accompanying book contains history, program and biographical notes, lyrics, transcriptions of sermons, and associated Bible verses.

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Genre/Form: Field recordings
Gospel music
Sacred music
Spirituals (Songs)
Material Type: Music, Internet resource
Document Type: Sound Recording, Internet Resource
Music Type: Gospel music; Songs; Hymns
All Authors / Contributors: Jimpson; Roaring Lion, (Musician); John Dilleshaw; T T Rose, Rev.; Roosevelt Graves; Aaron Graves, (Singer); Blind Lemon Jefferson; Washington Phillips; Mahalia Jackson; Luther Magby; Gary Davis; Lil McClintock; Frank Palmes; Bascom Lamar Lunsford; David Ross; Bessie Jones; Claude Ely; Curry, Elder; O M Terrell; Carl Smith; Thomas Andrew Dorsey; Skip James; Jaybird Coleman; Cally Fancy; Rosie Hibler; A A Gray; Blind Roger Hays; Uncle Dave Macon; Lonnie McIntorsh; Edwards, Elder; Effie Hall, Elder; Blind Willie Davis; Ernest V Stoneman; Mary Nelson, Rev. Sister; Richard Bryant, Elder; Edward W Clayborn; Ancil McVay; Roland Johnson; James Carson; Martha Carson; Lester Flatt; Earl Scruggs; Eddie Head; Blind Joe Taggart; Tallahassee Tight, (Musician); D C Rice, Rev.; Bukka White; Kansas Joe; F W McGee; S J Worell; John Byrd; James Morris Webb; Otis Jones; Johnny Blakey, Rev.; E S Moore, Rev.; E D Campbell, Rev.; Emmett Dickinson; Isaiah Shelton, Rev.; J C Burnett; A W Nix; J M Gates, Rev.; Rosetta Tharpe; Jimmie Strothers; Georgia Peach, (Singer); Josh White; J E Burch, Elder; Blind Mamie Forehand; Vera Hall; Dock Reed; Blind Willie McTell; Ernest Phipps; Alfred G Karnes; Blind Willie Harris; Golden P Harris; Bela Lam; Laura Henton; Dorothy Melton; Blind Alfred Reed; Stovepipe No 1; Mother McCollum; Wade Mainer; Blind Benny Paris; W M Mosley; Blind Willie Johnson; Arizona Dranes; Dock Walsh; A Johnson; Wilma Lee Cooper; Stoney Cooper; A Wilson, Deacon; L Reed, Mrs.; T A Duncans, Mrs.; T E Weems; Benny Campbell; Leon Davis, Deacon; H C Gatewood; J M Milton; Bessie Johnson's Sanctified Singers,; DaCosta Woltz's Southern Broadcasters,; Alabama Sacred Harp Singers,; J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers,; Chuck Wagon Gang,; Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers,; Golden Gate Quartet,; Dixie Mountaineers,; Blue Chips (Musical group),; Louvin Brothers,; Monroe Brothers,; Carter Family (Musical group),; Bryant's Jubilee Quartet,; Carlisle Brothers,; Taskiana Four,; Tennessee Music and Printing Company Quartet,; Sea Island Singers,; Stanley Brothers,; Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers (Musical group),; Kentucky Ramblers (Musical group : Grafton, Wis.),; Elder Richard Bryant's Sanctified Singers.; Trumpeteers,; Johnson Family Singers,; North Carolina Cooper Boys,; King's Sacred Quartet,; Virginia Dandies (Musical group),; Empire Jubilee Quartet,; Huggins & Phillips Sacred Harp Singers,; Price Family Sacred Singers,; Cyril Monrose String Orchestra,; Dinwiddie Colored Quartet,; Norfolk Jubilee Quartet,; Two Gospel Keys (Musical group),; Foggy Mountain Boys,; Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers,; T.C.I. Women's Four,; North Canton Quartet,; Sam Morgan's Jazz Band,; Maddox Brothers & Rose,; Sheffield Quartet,; Jubilee Gospel Team,; Tennessee Mountaineers,; Heavenly Gospel Singers,; Blue Sky Boys,; Okeh Atlanta Sacred Harp Singers,; Greene County Singers,; Famous Blue Jay Singers,; Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers,; Silver Leaf Quartette of Norfolk,; Bailes Brothers,; Brown's Ferry Four (Musical group),; J.T. Allison's Sacred Harp Singers,; Pace Jubilee Singers,; Ridgel's Fountain Citians (Musical group),
OCLC Number: 54099538
Notes: Title from container.
Gospel songs and sermons.
Previously released recordings.
In cedar box (32 cm).
Program and biographical notes with partial lyrics and bibliographical references (vi, 27, 29, 27, 26, 26, 25 pages, 6 unnumbered pages) : illustrations, facsimiles, music, portraits ; 13 x 21 cm.) laid in box.
Performer(s): Various performers.
Event notes: recorded
Description: 6 audio discs : digital, CD audio ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 volume (vi, 27, 29, 27, 26, 26, 25 pages, 6 unnumbered pages : illustrations, facsimiles, music, portraits ; 13 x 21 cm).
Contents: Disc 1, Introduction. Goodbye Babylon, pt. 1 (Rev. T.T. Rose and singers) --
Are you washed in the blood of the lamb (Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters) --
Woke up this morning (with my mind on Jesus) (Roosevelt Graves and brother [Aaron Graves]) --
Present joys (Alabama Sacred Harp Singers) --
All I want is that pure religion (Blind Lemon Jefferson) --
Satisfied (J.E. Mainer's Mountaineers) --
As the life of a flower (Chuck Wagon Gang) --
Thou carest Lord, for me (Holy Ghost Sanctified Singers) --
Lift him up that's all (Washington Phillips) --
Rock my soul (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) --
There's a light lit up in Galilee (Ernest V. Stoneman's Dixie Mountaineers) --
Crucifixion (Arizona Dranes) --
Crying holy unto the Lord (Blue Chips) --
I'll never go back (Louvin Brothers) --
God's gonna separate the wheat from the tares (Mahalia Jackson) --
Blessed are the poor in spirit (Luther Magby) --
I belong to the band-Hallelujah! (Rev. Gary Davis) --
River of Jordan (Carter Family) --
Sow good seeds (Lil McClintock) --
I'll be satisfied (Bryant's Jubilee Quartet) --
Troubled 'bout my soul (Frank Palmes) --
Dry bones (Bascom Lamar Lunsford) --
Jesus my all (Carlisle Brothers) --
Creep along, Moses (Taskiana Four) --
Joy bells (Tennessee Music and Printing Company Quartet) --
He gave me a heart to love (Elder David Ross) --
O day (Bessie Jones and the Sea Island Singers) --
Disc 2, Deliverance will come. There ain't no grave gonna hold my body down (Brother Claude Ely) --
Memphis flu (Elder Curry and congregation) --
The Bible's right (Sister O.M. Terrell) --
Standing in the need of prayer (Stanley Brothers) --
The blood that stained the old rugged cross (Carl Smith) --
How about you (Thomas A. Dorsey) --
Jesus is a mighty good leader (Skip James) --
Murillo's lesson (Charles Butts Sacred Harp Singers) --
Glory glory glory glory to the lamb (Kentucky Ramblers) --
Come over here (Elder Richard Bryant's Sanctified Singers) --
I'm gonna cross the river of Jordan, some o' these days (Jaybird Coleman) --
Milky white way (Trumpeteers) --
Deliverance will come (Johnson Family Singers) --
Daniel in the den of lions (North Carolina Cooper Boys) --
Goin' on to Heaven in the sanctified way (Sister Cally Fancy) --
No more, my Lord (Jimpson) --
This world can't stand long (King's Sacred Quartette) --
God's getting worried (Virginia Dandies) --
Get right church (Empire Jubilee Quartet) --
Move members move (Rosie Hibler and family) --
Lover of the Lord (Huggins & Phillips Sacred Harp Singers) --
The old ark's a moving (A.A. Gray and Seven Foot Dilly) --
On my way to Heaven (Blind Roger Hays) --
The Bible's true (Uncle Dave Macon) --
Ship of glory (Price Family Sacred Singers) --
Since I laid my burden down (Elders McIntorsh and Edwards) --
Precious Lord, hold my hand (Elder Effie Hall and congregation) --
When the saints go marching in (Blind Willie Davis) --
Jonah, come out the wilderness (Roaring Lion with Cyril Monrose String Orchestra) --
Disc 3, Judgment. Down on the old camp ground (Dinwiddie Colored Quartet) --
My Lord's gonna move this wicked race (Norfolk Jubilee Quartet) --
Your enemy cannot harm you (but watch your close friend) (Edward W. Clayborn) --
Ain't gonna lay my armor down (McVay & Johnson) --
I'll fly away (James and Martha Carson) --
Heavenly vision (Alabama Sacred Harp Singers) --
Lord I just can't keep from crying (Blind Willie Johnson) --
Lower my dying head (Jubilee Gospel Team) --
You've got to move (Two Gospel Keys) --
That home above (Flatt & Scruggs with Foggy Mountain Boys) --
Gold Gate gospel train (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) --
I'll be rested (when the roll is called) (Roosevelt Graves and brother) --
Down on me (Eddie Head and his family) --
Goin' to rest where Jesus is (Blind Joe Taggart) --
Got Heaven in my view (Louis Washington) --
Judgment (Rev. Sister Mary Nelson) --
I want two wings to veil my face (Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers) --
We got the same kinda power over here (Rev. D.C. Rice and Sanctified Congregation) --
What are they doing in Heaven today (Washington Phillips) --
That great day (T.C.I. Women's Four) --
I'm bound for home (North Canton Quartet) --
I am in the heavenly way (Washington White) --
Over in the gloryland (Sam Morgan's Jazz Band) --
Death in the morning (Rev. Anderson Johnson) --
In the land where we'll never grow old (Maddox Brothers & Rose) --
Bathe in that beautiful pool (Dock Walsh) --
I'll have a new body (Hank Williams and the Drifting Cowboys) --
Disc 4, Salvation. Walking my Lord up Calvary Hill (Wilma Lee and Stoney Cooper) --
Christ arose (Sheffield Quartet) --
If you see my saviour (Thomas A. Dorsey) --
Let Jesus lead you (Jubilee Gospel Team) --
Found a wonderful savior (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) --
He is my story (Arizona Dranes and Choir) --
I remember Calvary (Ernest V. Stoneman & his Dixie Mountaineers) --
Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there (Blind Willie Johnson) --
If you follow Jesus (Rev. W.M. Mosley) --
Hide me in the blood of Jesus (Blind Benny Paris and wife) --
I'll be a friend to Jesus (Wade Mainer) --
Standing on the promises (Tennessee Mountaineers) --
Jesus is my air-o-plane (Mother McCollum) --
I've got salvation in my heart (Stovepipe No. 1) --
I mean to live for Jesus (Blind Alfred Reed) --
When was Jesus born? (Heavenly Gospel Singers) --
Come to the Savior (Blue Sky Boys) --
I want Jesus to walk with me (Dorothy Melton) --
He's coming soon (Laura Henton) --
Return again (OKeh Atlanta Sacred Harp Singers) --
I am the true vine (Rev. Gary Davis) --
Sweet story of old (Bela Lam and his Greene County Singers) --
I'll lead a Christian life (Elder Golden P. Harris) --
I'm leaning on the Lord (Famous Blue Jay Singers) --
Where He leads me I will follow (Blind Willie Harris) --
Jesus is getting us ready for the great day (Luther Magby) --
Disc 5, Goodbye, Babylon. Daniel saw the stone (Silver Leaf Quartette of Norfolk) --
Called to the foreign field (Alfred G. Karnes) --
Hallelujah to the lamb (Ridgel's Fountain Citians) --
You need Jesus on your side (Deacon A. Wilson) --
You'd better mind (Pace Jubilee Singers) --
Exhilaration (J.T. Allison's Sacred Harp Singers) --
If the light has gone out of your soul (Ernest Phipps & his congregation) --
Keep on the firing line (Brown's Ferry Four) --
Romans ten and nine (Bailes Brothers) --
Standing outside (Wade Mainer) --
Sinner you better get ready (Monroe Brothers) --
I got to cross the river of Jordan (Blind Willie McTell) --
Free at last (Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward) --
The whole world in His hand (Bessie Johnson's Sanctified Singers) --
Amazing grace (Mahalia Jackson) --
Honey in the rock (Blind Mamie Forehand) --
On Jordan's stormy banks we stand (Seventh Day Adventist Choir) --
My heart keeps singing (Elder J.E. Burch) --
I don't intend to die in Egyptland (Joshua White) --
Primrose Hill (Daniels-Deason Harp Singers) --
Keep on the sunny side (Carter Family) --
Light in the valley (Mrs. L. Reed & Mrs. T.A. Duncans) --
When the saints go marching in (Georgia Peach) --
We are almost down to the shore (Jimmie Strothers) --
Strange things happening every day (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) --
Goodbye, Babylon, pt. 2 (Rev. T.T. Rose and singers) --
Disc 6, Sermons. Gettin' ready for Christmas day (Rev. J.M. Gates) --
Black diamond express to Hell, pts. 1-2 (Rev. A.W. Nix) --
The downfall of Nebuchadnezzar (Rev. J.C. Burnett) --
The liar (Rev. Isaiah Shelton) --
Hell and what it is (Rev. Emmet Dickenson) --
The church and the kingdom (Elder J.E. Burch) --
If I have a ticket Lord can I ride? (Rev. T.E. Weems) --
You must be born again (Rev. Benny Campbell) --
Take me to the water (Rev. E.D. Campbell) --
Oh Lord, remember me (Jubilee Gospel Team) --
Christ, the teacher (Rev. E.S. (Shy) Moore) --
King of kings (Rev. Johnnie Blakey) --
O Lord I'm Your child (Elder Otis Jones) --
Moses was rescued by a Negro woman (Rev. Webb) --
That white mule of sin (Rev. George Jones and congregation) --
Deacon's prayer services (Deacon Leon Davis) --
The prodigal son (Rev. S.J. "Steamboat Bill" Worell) --
Well of salvation (H.C. Gatewood) (D.D.I.M.R.A)--
Jonah in the belly of the whale (Rev. F.W. McGee) --
The gambler's doom (Rev. J.C. Burnett) --
The prodigal's return (The things I usta do I don't do no more) (Hallelujah Joe) --
God is mad with man (Rev. T.E. Weems) --
The black camel of death (Rev. J.M. Milton) --
Death might be your Santa Claus (Rev. J.M. Gates with his congregation).
Other Titles: Deliverance will come.
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Collection of 135 gospel songs from the period 1902-1960, and 25 sermons from the period 1926-1941. Accompanying book contains history, program and biographical notes, lyrics, transcriptions of sermons, and associated Bible verses.


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