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Mississippi folk voices

Title
Mississippi folk voices [sound recording].
Format
Musical Recording
Published/Produced
Memphis, Tenn. : Southern Culture Records ; Chicago, IL : Distributed by Rooster Blues Records, p1983.
Physical description
1 sound disc : analog, 33 1/3 rpm ; 12 in. + ‡e 1 CD-R (1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.)
Publisher Number
SC 1700 Southern Culture Records
Recording info
Recorded between Mar. and Nov. 1972 in Jackson, Miss., except the final 2 works, recorded July 15, 1968, at Lambert, Miss.
Notes
Recorded and edited by William Ferris.
Words of the songs and biographical notes on inner liner.
Reading Room copy available on CD.
Local note
CD-R In the MDPI process as of May, 2015.
LP In the MDPI process as of November 2015, returned May 3, 2016.
Contents
  • Somebody knocking on my door ; Baby please don't go ; Glory glory hallelujah (Napoleon Strickland, vocals, fife, harmonica)
  • Pico polka ; High level ; Tom & Jerry (Bill Mitchell, fiddle)
  • The blues [spoken] ; Cool water ; Momma talk to your daughter (James Thomas, vocals, guitar)
  • Hobo's meditation (John Arnold, vocal, guitar)
  • We so glad to be here ; God spoke ; He's my rock, my sword, my shield (Chapman Family)
  • Light at the river ; As I go along my way (J.L. Jones and the Good Guys)
  • When I can read my titles clear ; Love divine (Mississippi Sacred Harp Singers)
  • Oh Rosie ; Lazarus (Inmates, Parchman State Penitentiary Camp B, Lambert).
Kinsey subjects
Music.
Folksongs--Mississippi.
Related name/work
Ferris, William R.

Holdings

Library
Blmgtn - Kinsey Institute Library (by appointment only)
Call Number
X13702951
Location
In Process
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Library
Blmgtn - Kinsey Institute Library (by appointment only)
Call Number
X13702951
Location
In Process
text this call number