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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 06645 (continued)
AFS 06645 (continued)
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Friars Point, Mississippi. Side B Track 2 recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Hiding Go Seek, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
2. Hiding Go Seek, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
3. Hiding Go Seek, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
4. Come on, Boy, and Let's Go to Hunting (a local parody), July 26, 1942
Performed by Flora L. Standifer.
5. Jump, Mister Rabbit, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
6. Mister Frog Went a-Courtin' in a Haystack, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
7. Satisfy, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Stamp and group.
Side B
Performed by Minnie Lee Whitehead and Tommy "Jaybird" Jones
1. Roustabout Songs and Reminiscences, July 26, 1942
Performed by John Cameron.
2. The Worried Life Blues, July 26, 1942
AFS 06646
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Shemod, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Test, August 4, 1942
2. Levee Camp Holler, August 4, 1942
Performed by Lewis Bell.
3. I'm a Hard Working Daddy (levee holler), August 4, 1942
Unidentified performer.
4. Test, August 4, 1942
Side B
1. Test, August 4, 1942
2. Toast (You Shall Be Free), August 4, 1942
Unidentified performer.
3. T.P. Runnin', Smokestack Drag the Ground, August 4, 1942
Performed by Lewis Bell.
4. Hey, Hey, Captain (Levee Camp Holler), August 4, 1942
Performed by William Henderson.
AFS 06647
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Shemod. Side B recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Levee Camp Holler, August 4, 1942
Performed by Lewis Bell.
2. Hitler Toast, August 4, 1942
Unidentified performer.
3. Toasts, August 4, 1942
Unidentified performer.
Side B
1. Unloading Steel from Cars, August 8, 1942
Performed by Houston Bacon and Elias Boykin.
2. Sinking Rails, August 8, 1942
Performed by Houston Bacon and Elias Boykin.
AFS 06648
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Houston Bacon and Elias Boykin and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Spiking Down, August 8, 1942
2. Shuffling Ties or Catching Ties, August 8, 1942
Side B
Shuffling Ties or Catching Ties (continued), August 8, 1942
AFS 06649
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Interview with Houston Bacon, August 8, 1942
Side B
Interview with Houston Bacon (continued), August 8, 1942
AFS 06650
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Performed by Houston Bacon.
Lining or Calling Track, August 8, 1942
Side B
Performed by Will Starks.
1. Coon, Coon, Coon (I Wish My Color Would Fade), August 9, 1942
2. Attitudes of White people towards Negroes, August 9, 1942
3. Just Break the News to Mother (sentimental song), August 9, 1942
AFS 06651
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Will Starks and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Arkansas, August 9, 1942
2. Interview with Will Starks about father, August 9, 1942
3. The Late War, August 9, 1942
Side B
1. Ollie Jackson, August 9, 1942
2. The Travelin' Man, August 9, 1942
3. The Fox Hunter's Song, August 9, 1942
AFS 06652
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Will Starks and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Our Goodman, August 9, 1942
2. Take a Whiff on Me, August 9, 1942
Side B
1. Brady and Duncan, August 9, 1942
2. Stackerlee, August 9, 1942
3. Interview with Will Starks about the riverboats, August 9, 1942
AFS 06653
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Will Starks and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Interview with Will Starks, August 9, 1942
Side B
1. Down on the Farm, August 9, 1942
2. Show me the Way to go Home, August 9, 1942
3. I'm a Rowdy Soul, August 9, 1942
4. My Old Mistis Promised Me, August 9, 1942
5. Toast, August 9, 1942
AFS 06654
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Will Starks and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Tourist Camp in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. I'll Keep My Skillet Greasy if I Can, August 9, 1942
2. The Dummy, August 9, 1942
3. Didn't He Ramble, August 9, 1942
4. Mister Grub Rice stops music - interview, August 9, 1942
Side B
1. Buzzard Gets Rabbit in a Hollow Log, August 9, 1942
2. Interview about ghosts, August 9, 1942
3. Ollie Jackson, August 9, 1942
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