Mississippi folk voices
Mississippi folk voices [sound recording].
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.
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.
- 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
- Related name/work
Ferris, William R.
- Blmgtn - Kinsey Institute Library (by appointment only)
- Call Number
- In Process