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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 06620 (continued)
AFS 06620 (continued)
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
2. The Natchez Theatre Fire Disaster, July 23, 1942
AFS 06624
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
Performed by Charles Haffer, Jr.
1. A Song of the Great Disaster (Storm of '42), July 23, 1942
2. I'll Be Glad to See the Son When He Come, July 23, 1942
Side B
1. Where Shall I Be When The First Trumpet Sound?, July 23, 1942
Performed by E. M. Martin and Pearline Johns.
2. I'm Going Home on the Morning Train, July 23, 1942
Performed by E. M. Martin and Pearline Johns.
3. A Charge to Keep I Have a God to Glorify, July 23, 1942
Performed by E.M. Martin and Willie Dale Byrd.
AFS 06625
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. Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone, July 23, 1942
2. Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone, July 23, 1942
3. Funeral customs, July 23, 1942
Side B
1. Funeral customs (continued), July 23, 1942
2. Job, a memorial sermon, July 23, 1942
AFS 06626
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
Job, a memorial sermon (continued), July 23, 1942
Performed by E. M. Martin.
Side B
1. Opening routine in show (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
2. The Ugliest Animal, the Baboon (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
3. The Big Mosquitoes (story), July 23, 1942
Unidentified performer.
4. The Man who Walked the Water Liked Christ (story), July 23, 1942
Unidentified performer.
5. The White Doctor and his Servants (story), July 23, 1942
Unidentified performer.
AFS 06627
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
Performed by "Buck Asa" Ulysses Jefferson.
1. John Loses the Race (story), July 23, 1942
2. John (Jack) Guesses What is Under the Pot (story), July 23, 1942
3. John and the Lord (story), July 23, 1942
4. The Preacher and his Hogs (story), July 23, 1942
Side B
1. The Preacher and his Hogs (story, concluded), July 23, 1942
Performed by "Buck Asa" Ulysses Jefferson.
2. The Swift Peter (story), July 23, 1942
Unidentified performer.
3. The Preacher Who Always Could Be Trapped, by Pussy (story), July 23, 1942
Unidentified performer.
4. The Women Who Couldn't Count (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
5. The Lady and Her Three Daughters (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
6. Bring Me My "Duck" (story, incomplete), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
AFS 06628
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A Tracks 1-3 recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Nelson Funeral Home in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Side A Tracks 6-8 and Side B recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Stovall, Mississippi.
Side A
1. White Man, Jew and Negro Go to Heaven (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
2. The Ox and Mule (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
3. The Jew and the Irishman at the Cemetery (story), July 23, 1942
Performed by M.C. Orr.
4. Test
5. Test
6. Ramblin' Kid Blues, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), Percy Thomas, Son Simms, and Louis Ford.
7. Rosalie, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters, Percy Thomas, Son Simms, and Louis Ford.
8. Joe Turner Blues, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), Percy Thomas, Son Simms, and Louis Ford.
Side B
1. Pearlie May Blues, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield), Percy Thomas, Son Simms, and Louis Ford.
2. Take a Walk with Me, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters and Son Simms.
3. Burr Clover Blues, July 24, 1942
Performed by Muddy Waters (McKinley Morganfield).
AFS 06629
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
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