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Series III: Sound Recordings (continued)
AFS 06637 (continued)
4. The Usher, 1942
Recited by Ella Mae Williams
5. I'm Sending Up My Timber to Heaven Every Day, 1942
AFS 06638
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Silent Grove Baptist Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06638a
1. You Just Sing for Jesus, 1942
Performed by the Four Stars Quartet.
2. My Lawd So High You Can't Go Over Him, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
3. Please Don't Drive Me Away, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06638b
1. Christ My Lord is Coming Soon, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
2. Jesus Knows All About It, 1942
Performed by Connie Barmore.
AFS 06639
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Silent Grove Baptist Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Precious Lord, 1942
Performed by the Four Stars Quartet.
2. Thru the Years We Keep on Toiling, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
3. The Holy Baby, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
Side B
Performed by Bozie Sturdevant.
1. Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down, 1942
2. When I've Done the Best I Can, I Want My Crown, 1942
AFS 06640
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Silent Grove Baptist Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06640a
1. There's a King of Kings Somewhere, 1942
Performed by Mrs. Bennie Knowles.
2. A Charge to Keep I Have, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
3. I'm Toiling, Lord, 1942
Performed by the Union Jubilee Quartet.
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06640b
Performed by Alec Robertson.
1. My Mind Done Changed, 1942
2. Katy, I Got to Go, 1942
3. Rock, Daniel, 1942
AFS 06641
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Performed by Alec Robertson and recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the the Silent Grove Baptist Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06641a
1. Run, Sinner Run, 1942
2. There'll Be Preaching Tonight, 1942
3. Outshine the Sun, 1942
4. On the Other Side of Jordan, 1942
5. Chariot of Jubilee, 1942
6. The Band (Balm) in Gillian, 1942
7. Hallelujah, 1942
8. Keep a-Inchin' Along, 1942
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06641b
1. Tell Me How Long Has the Train Been Gone (sanctified), 1942
2. Cindy, 1942
3. Interview about square dancing with Alec Robertson, 1942
AFS 06642
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Side A recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones at the Silent Grove Baptist Church in Clarksdale, Mississippi. Side B recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Friars Point, Mississippi.
Side A
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06642a
Performed by Alec Robertson.
1. That's What's the Matter With the Church Today, 1942
2. Clear the Line Before you Call, 1942
3. My Mind Done Change, 1942
4. Interview about old times in Hill house with Alec Robertson, 1942
Side B
Digital ID: afc1941002_afs06642b
Performed by Annie Williams
3. I Don't Care Where You Bury My Body, July 26, 1942
4. Interview with Annie Williams, July 26, 1942
5. Am I Born to Die, July 26, 1942
6. Interview with Annie Williams, July 26, 1942
7. There is a Fountain Filled With Blood, July 26, 1942
AFS 06643
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Friars Point, Mississippi.
Side A
Performed by Annie Williams.
1. Free at Last, July 26, 1942
2. You Don't Believe I'm a Child of God, July 26, 1942
3, Don't Grieve After Me, July 26, 1942
Side B
1. Chicken Ma-Chaney-Crow, July 26, 1942
Performed by Willie Moss.
2. Tain't Gonna Rain No Mo', July 26, 1942
Performed by Willie Moss.
3. When the Saints Go Marchin' In, July 26, 1942
Performed by Willie Moss.
4. Sunday Mornin' Band, July 26, 1942
Performed by Willie Moss.
5. Never Said a Mumbalin' Word, July 26, 1942
Performed by Willie Moss.
6. Mary Mack, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Mason, Emma Davis, Alice Austin, and Dorothy May Word.
7. I Am a Funny Little Dutch Girl, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Mason, Emma Davis, Alice Austin, and Dorothy May Word.
8. Chickama-Chick ma Chaney Crow, July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Mason, Emma Davis, Alice Austin, and Dorothy May Word.
AFS 06644
1 16 inch sound disc : analog, 78 rpm, mono.
Recorded by Alan Lomax and Lewis Jones in Friars Point, Mississippi.
Side A
1. Shortenin' Bread, July 26, 1942
Performed by Emma Jane Davis.
2. Frog Went a-Courtin', July 26, 1942
Performed by Florence Mason.
3. Sally go Round the Sunshine, July 26, 1942
Performed by Emma Jane Davis.
4. Little Sally Walker, July 26, 1942
Performed by Emma Jane Davis.
5. Pullin' the Skiff, July 26, 1942
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