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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 04779 (continued)
Side A
Discussion about Jefferson Davis (continued), 1942
Side B
Discussion about Jefferson Davis (continued), 1942
AFS 04780
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Son House, Fiddlin' Joe Martin, Leroy Williams, and Willie Brown and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Mississippi.
Side A
1. Guitar tuning, 1942
2. Levee Camp Blues, 1942
Side B
1. Government Fleet Blues, 1942
2. Walking Boss, 1942
AFS 04781
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Son House, Fiddlin' Joe Martin, Leroy Williams, and Willie Brown and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Lake Coromant, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Shetland Pony Blues
2. Fo' Clock Blues
3. Make Me a Pallet on the Floor
Side B
1. Camp Hollers
2. Delta Blues
3. Going to Fishing
AFS 04782
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Leroy Williams, Willie Brown, E. C. (Estil Cortez) Ball and Mrs. Ball; recording location unidentified.
Side A
1. Test
2. Test
3. Uncle Sam Done Called
Side B
1. Drunkard's Special
2. Unidentified?
3. Jinny Jenkins
AFS 06109
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band and recorded by Alan Lomax and John Work at Work's home in Nashville, Tennessee.
Side A
1. Deary Don't Be Angry, July 15, 1942
2. Kohoma Blues, July 15, 1942
3. I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You, July 15, 1942
Side B
1. Goin' Away to Make It Lonesome Here, July 15, 1942
2. Soldier's Joy, July 15, 1942
With James Kelly on mandolin.
3. Arkansas Traveler, July 15, 1942
4. Old Joe, July 15, 1942
With James Kelly on mandolin.
AFS 06604
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Tracks 1-7 on Side A recorded by Alan Lomax and John Work at Work's home in Nashville, Tennessee. Track 8 on Side A and Side B recorded by Alan Lomax in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6604a
1. Washboard solo, breakdown tempo, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
2. Washboard solo, blues tempo, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
3. Washboard solo, swing tempo, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
4. Washboard solo, swing tempo, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
5. Washboard solo, breakdown tempo, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
6. Bull fiddle tuning and interview, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
7. Bull fiddle tuning and interview, June 1942
Performed by the Nashville Washboard band.
8. Opening announcement, July 25, 1942
Performed by the Silent Grove Baptist Church.
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6604b
Performed by the Silent Grove Baptist Church.
1. Dr. Watts Hymn, July 25, 1942
2. Prayer by minister, July 25, 1942
3. Announcement, July 25, 1942
4. I'll Fly Away, July 25, 1942
5. Use Me, My Lawd, Use Me (Jubilee Quartet), July 25, 1942
AFS 06605
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax at Sadie Beck's Plantation in Arkansas.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6605a
1. Four O'Clock Flower Blues, June 1942
Performed by Willie Blackwell with William Brown.
2. Interview with Willie Blackwell, June 1942
3. Junion, a Jap's Girl Christmas for his Santa Claus, June 1942
Performed by Willie Blackwell with William Brown.
4. Blank
AFS 06606
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A and Side B Track 1 recorded by Alan Lomax at Sadie Beck's Plantation in Arkansas. Side B Track 2 recorded by Alan Lomax at Robinsonville, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6606a
Performed by William Brown.
1. Mississippi Blues, June 1942
2. East St. Louis Blues, June 1942
3. Ragged and Dirty, June 1942
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6606b
1. This World Is Gone to Destruction, June 1942
Performed by James Moore, W.H. Brooks, Rufus Murphy, Tommy Hacket, and William Brown
2. Special Rider Blues, July 17, 1942
Performed by Son House.
AFS 06607
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Son House and recorded by Alan Lomax at Robinsonville, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs6607a
1. Low Down, Dirty Dog Blues, July 17, 1942
2. Depot Blues, July 17, 1942
Side B
1. American Defense, July 17, 1942
2. Am I Right or Wrong, July 17, 1942
3. Walking Blues, July 17, 1942
AFS 06608
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A and Side B Track 1 recorded by Alan Lomax at Robinsonville, Mississippi. Side B Tracks 2 and 3 recorded by Alan Lomax in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Performed by Son House.
1. County Farm Blues, July 17, 1942
2. The Pony Blues, July 17, 1942
3. The Jinx Blues (incomplete), July 17, 1942
Side B
1. The Jinx Blues, July 17, 1942
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