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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 06612 (continued)
1. The Army Blues, June 20, 1942
Performed by David "Honeyboy" Edwards.
2. Tear it Down, June 20, 1942
Performed by David "Honeyboy" Edwards.
3. Ragtime selection, June 20, 1942
Performed by David "Honeyboy" Edwards.
4. Near the Cross, July 20, 1942
Performed by the Friendly Five Harmony Singers.
5. Tossed and Driven, July 20, 1942
Performed by the Friendly Five Harmony Singers.
AFS 06613
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by the Friendly Five Harmony Singers and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Friars Pt., Mississippi.
Side A
1. There's No Grave can Hold My Body Down, July 20, 1942
2. Speech by the President of the Quartet, July 20, 1942
3. Get Away, Jordan, July 20, 1942
4. I Believe the Good Old Bible from the Beginning to the End, July 20, 1942
5. I Thank the Lord I'm in His Care, July 20, 1942
Side B
Blank
AFS 06614
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by David "Honeyboy" Edwards and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Delta Tourist Camp, Mississippi.
Side A
Toasts, folk tales and interview with David "Honeyboy" Edwards, July 22, 1942
Side B
Toasts, folk tales and interview with David "Honeyboy" Edwards, July 22, 1942
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by David "Honeyboy" Edwards and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at Delta Tourist Camp, Mississippi.
AFS 06615
Side A
1. Interview with David "Honeyboy" Edwards, July 22, 1942
2. Interview with David "Honeyboy" Edwards, July 22, 1942
3. Do You Want a Little Bit of This (game song), July 22, 1942
Side B
1. Test, July 22, 1942
2. Test, July 22, 1942
3. Wind Howlin' Blues, July 22, 1942
4. Roamin' and Ramblin' Blues, July 22, 1942
AFS 06616
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by a congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Coahoma County, Mississippi.
Side A
1. At the Cross, 1942
2. Prayer, 1942
3. When I Can Read My Promise Clear, 1942
4. Prayer with humming, 1942
Side B
1. Sermon (first part distorted), 1942
2. Commencement of prayer, 1942
Spoken by J.H. Whiting.
AFS 06617
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by a congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Coahoma County, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Prayer after the sermon, 1942
Spoken by J.H. Whiting.
2. Take My Hand, Precious Lord, Lead Me On, 1942
Spoken by J.H. Whiting.
3. Announcement, 1942
4. Talk on Unity, 1942
Spoken by Rev. H.F. Richardson
AFS 06618
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by a congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Coahoma County, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Talk on Unity (continued), 1942
Spoken by Rev. H.F. Richardson
2. Prayer, 1942
3. One Little Talk with Jesus Makes it All Right, 1942
Spoken by L. M. McNeal and J. H. Haley
Side B
1. Fragment of a talk by Rev., 1942
2. Various announcements, 1942
3. Long Meter Hymn, 1942
AFS 06619
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by a congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Coahoma County, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Missionary prayer, 1942
Spoken by H.T. James.
2. Missionary sermon, 1942
Spoken by J. W. Terrell.
Side B
Spoken by J. W. Terrell.
1. Missionary sermon (continued), 1942
2. Missionary sermon (continued), 1942
3. Missionary sermon (continued), 1942
AFS 06620
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by a congregation and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Coahoma County, Mississippi.
Side A
Spoken by J. W. Terrell
Missionary sermon (continued), 1942
Side B
Spoken by J.H. Haley.
Closing prayer, 1942
AFS 06621
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by E. M. Martin and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Nelson Funeral Home in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Test
2. Test
3. Test
4. Test
5. Just a Closer Walk with Thee, 1942
6. Be Holy unto the Lord (Woe Be Unto You), 1942
Side B
1. Hold the Wind, 1942
2. Hold the Wind (continued), 1942
AFS 06622
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Nelson Funeral Home in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Interview with Charles Haffer, Jr., July 23, 1942
Side B
Interview with Charles Haffer, Jr. (continued), July 23, 1942
AFS 06623
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Charles Haffer, Jr., and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Nelson Funeral Home in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
These Days Got Everybody Troubled, July 23, 1942
Side B
1. Interview with Charles Haffer, Jr., July 23, 1942
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