Depot Blues - Various - Negro Blues And Hollers (The Library Of Congress Archive Of Folk Culture)

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  1. Negro Work Songs and Calls continues Rounder's Library of Congress Archive of Folk Song reissue series. These field recordings (), edited by Alan Lomax and B.A. Botkin, present the a cappella songs of African American working men.
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  2. Sung by various musicians, principally with guitar accompaniment, including Son House, Willie Brown, Fiddlin' Joe Martin, Charley Berry, William Blackwell, William Brown, David "Honeyboy" Edwards, Silent Grove Baptist Church congregation, Church of God in Christ congregation. Recorded originally in Clarksdale, Lula, and Robinsonville, Mississippi and at Sadie Beck's Plantation, Arkansas,
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Negro Work Songs And Calls on Discogs. Label: Rounder Records - ROUNDER CD • Series: The Library Of Congress Archive Of Folk Culture • Format: CD Compilation, Reissue, Remastered, Mono • Country: US • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country •5/5(1).
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  4. Negro Blues And Hollers From the Archive of Folk Song - Camp Hollers. Sung by an Unidentified Singer [Son House] At Clarksdale, Mississippi, - Cornfield Hollers. Sung by Charley Berry At Clarksdale, Ms. - I'm A Soldier In The Army Of The Lord. Sung by The Congregation Of Silent Grove Baptist Church With Trombone And Guitar At Clarksdale, Ms.
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  5. Blues and gospel music. "The Library of Congress, Archive of Folk Culture." "Originally released in the series Folk music of the United States, Recording Laboratory, Library of Congress AFS L59, "- .
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  7. First in the Archive of Folk Culture series issued by the Library of Congress in , Anglo-American Ballads publicly premiered field recordings under the direction of Alan Lomax. Gathered primarily in the rural South in the '30s and early '40s, these recordings (like FDR's WPA initiates) documented everyday life.
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