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Playlist: American Vernacular

with rotating host Weston on Saturday, June 25, 2016

Time Artist Song Title Album Label Year
9:04 am
Eva White & Mattie Mae Thomas No Mo Freedom Jailhouse Blues: women's a cappella songs from the Parchman Penitentiary Library of Congress field recordings Mississippi Department of Archives and History
9:07 am
unidentified group There Ain't No Heaven Negro Songs Of Protest Rounder
9:09 am
Dobie Red and group Rosie The Land Where The Blues Began Rounder
9:10 am
Vera Ward Hall I Been Drinking Deep River Of Song: Alabama Rounder
9:12 am
McKinley Morganfield I Be's Troubled Afro-American Blues and Game Songs Library Of Congress
9:15 am
Mississippi Fred McDowell 61 Highway Blues Mississippi Fred McDowell: The First Recordings Rounder
9:18 am
Skip James Devil Got My Woman Greatest Of The Delta Blues Singers Melodeon
9:18 am
Bessie Jones Diamond Joe Get In Union: Recordings By Alan Lomax 1959 -1966 Tompkins Square
9:21 am
Bessie Jones and the Georgia Sea Island Singers I'm Gonna Lay Down My Life For My Lord Get In Union: Recordings By Alan Lomax 1959 - 1966 Tompkins Square
9:23 am
McIntosh County Shouters John On The Island I Hear Him Groan Slave Shout Songs From The Coast Of Georgia Ethnic Folkways
9:24 am
unidentified children Jack, Can I Ride Deep River Of Song: Alabama Rounder
9:25 am
two unidentified women, Lopinot, Trinidad Zinglito Brown Girl In The Ring Rounder
9:27 am
two unidentified women, lopinot, trinidad Jane and Louisa brown girl in the ring rounder
9:35 am
Elizabeth Cotten Delia Shake Sugaree Smithsonian Folkways
9:41 am
Virgil Anderson You Been So Long ...On The Tennessee Line County
9:42 am
Gordon Tanner and Smokey Joe Miller Devilish Mary The Art Of Field Recording Vol. II Dust To Digital
9:45 am
Wade Ward Die In The Field Of Battle Round The Heart Of Old Galax - Volume Two County
9:47 am
Woody Guthrie Crawdad Song Muleskinner Blues - The Asch Recordings, Vol. 2 Smithsonian Folkways
9:50 am
Palmer Crisp Roll On John Rufus Crisp: recorded by Margot Mayo and Stuart Jamieson at Allen, Kentucky 1945 Folkways