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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 06556 (continued)
11. Little Girl, Little Girls, August 10, 1942 (continued)
Performed by Mrs. E.M. Davis.
12. Little Girl, Little Girls, August 10, 1942
Performed by Mrs. E.M. Davis.
13. Y Girls are High Minded, August 10, 1942
Performed by group of teachers.
14. Shortenin' Bread, August 10, 1942
Performed by Billie James Levi.
AFS 06657
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Coahoma County Training School in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. All-Hid, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby B. Hughes.
2. Who-li-can, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby B. Hughes.
3. Aunt Dinah's Dead, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby B. Hughes.
4. Di Dee-o, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
5. Shortenin' Bread, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Smith.
6. Green Gravel, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
7. All the Way Round, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
8. How Many Miles to Bethlehem?, August 11, 1942
Performed by teacher and group of children.
9. Lost my Handkerchief Yesterday, August 11, 1942
Performed by Willie Mae McReynolds.
10. Sally Go Round the Sunshine, August 11, 1942
Performed by Willie Mae McReynolds.
Side B
1. Willy Over the Water, August 11, 1942
Performed by Rosie Shelby.
2. Needle Eye, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
3. Shoo Fly!, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
4. The Old Cow Died in Cool Water, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
5. Chicken-ma-craney-crow, August 11, 1942
Performed by Ruby Harris.
6. Did You Ever See the Monkey Do the Motion?, August 11, 1942
Performed by Florence Rember(t?).
7. Chicken-ma-craney-crow, August 11, 1942
Performed by Florence Rember(t?).
8. Aunt Dinah's Dead, August 11, 1942
Performed by Queen Esther Ivory.
9. Guessing games, August 11, 1942
Performed by group of children.
AFS 06658
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
If I Be Lifted Up, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
Side B
1. He Will Remember Me, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
2. When I See His Precious Rainbow in the Sky, 1942
Performed by unidentified woman.
AFS 06659
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Where Shall I Go, 1942
Performed by unidentified woman.
Side B
1. Every Time I Feel the Spirit, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
2. There's No Hiding Place Down Here, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
AFS 06660
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Piano Solo, 1942
2. Wait a Little While, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
Side B
1. Choir, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
2. Hallelujah, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
3. Does Anybody Here Know My Lord, 1942
Performed by the choir of the Metropolitan Baptist Church.
AFS 06661
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. I Know I've Been Converted, 1942
Performed by Mrs. Davis.
2. I'm On A Shining Pathway, 1942
Performed by Mr. Davis.
Side B
1. I'm On A Shining Pathway (continued), 1942
Performed by Mr. Davis.
2. Interview with Thomas "Jaybird" Jones, 1942
AFS 06662
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Thomas "Jaybird" Jones and recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Interview with Thomas "Jaybird" Jones (continued), 1942
1. Fo' Day Blues, 1942
2. Ragtime tune (unidentified), 1942
Side B
1. Walking Billy, 1942
2. Ragtime tune (unidentified), 1942
AFS 06663
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A and Side B Tracks 1-2 recorded by Alan Lomax at the Mississippi Baptist Convention in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Side B Track 3 recorded by Alan Lomax in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Interview with Thomas "Jaybird" Jones, 1942
2. Interview with Thomas "Jaybird" Jones, 1942
3. Interview with Thomas "Jaybird" Jones, 1942
Side B
1. Corinna, 1942
Performed by Thomas "Jaybird" Jones
2. Angel Child, 1942
Unidentified performer.
3. I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say, 1942
Performed by four girls.
AFS 06664
1 12 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by four girls and recorded by Alan Lomax in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
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