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  • Performer: Various
  • Title: Virginia Traditions - Non-Blues Secular Black Music
  • Size FLAC ver: 1480 mb
  • Country: US
  • Date of release: 1995
  • Style: Country, Folk
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  • Genre: World
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Various - Virginia Traditions - Non-Blues Secular Black Music album flac

Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music BRI 001, BRI Records - Ferrum College, Ferrum Virginia 24088 See liner notes below

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Twenty selections showcasing African American fiddle, banjo, guitar, accordion, and harmonica traditions. Produced by The Blue Ridge Institute, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, under National Endowment of the Arts/Folk Arts Grant No. R70-54-140. Remastered with technical facilities courtesy Trix Records, Rosendale, New York.

Atmospheric Austere Earthy Eerie Ethereal Intimate Quirky Rustic Sparse Wistful Gentle Gritty. Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music. Smithsonian Institution 1. CD.

8. Going Down the Road Feeling Good.

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The Virginia Four's unaccompanied "I'd Feel Much Better," from 1939, isn't so much blues as secular black gospel, as is "Pleading Blues," sung by the Monarch Jazz Quartet and drawn from a 1929 recording. Tidewater Blues ends up being a gentle, soothing portrait of blues (and blues-based forms) from the coastal region of Virginia, and makes a fine complement to another volume in the Virginia Traditions series, Western Piedmont Blues, which places its focus further inland.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Leonard Bowles and Irvin Cook I Wish To The Lord I'd Never Been Born
Fiddle – Leonard BowlesVocals, Banjo – Irvin Cook
3:30
2 Jimmie Strothers I Used To Work On The Tractor
Vocals, Banjo – Jimmie Strothers
1:25
3 Daniel Womack Come, Let's March
Guitar – Daniel Womack
3:33
4 Isaac Curry Casey Jones
Vocals, Accordion – Isaac Curry
1:55
5 Uncle Homer Walker Cripple Creek
Banjo – Uncle Homer Walker
1:55
6 Marvin Foddrell Reno Factory
Vocals, Guitar – Marvin Foddrell
2:10
7 Sanford L. Collins Buckdance
Harmonica – Sanford L. Collins
0:50
8 Lewis Hairston Bile Them Cabbage Down
Vocals, Banjo – Lewis Hairston
2:35
9 John Cephas John Henry
Vocals, Guitar – John Cephas
5:22
10 James Applewhite Fox Chase
Vocals, Harmonica – James Applewhite
1:00
11 Turner Foddrell Railroad Bill
Vocals, Guitar – Turner Foddrell
3:17
12 John Lawson Tyree Hop Along, Lou
Banjo – John Lawson Tyree
1:05
13 John Calloway The Cuckoo Bird
Vocals, Banjo – John Calloway
1:35
14 Lemuel Jones Poor Farmers
Vocals – Lemuel Jones
1:05
15 Jimmie Strothers Tennessee Dog
Vocals, Banjo – Jimmie Strothers
1:40
16 Clayton Horsely Poor Black Annie
Guitar – Clayton Horsely
1:55
17 Clarence Waddy Eve
Vocals, Accordion – Clarence Waddy
3:15
18 Irvin Cook Old Blue
Vocals, Banjo – Irvin Cook
1:24
19 John Jackson Medley Of Country Dance Tunes
Vocals, Guitar – John Jackson
4:10
20 Lewis Hairston Cotton-Eyed Joe
Vocals, Banjo – Lewis Hairston
1:23

Credits

  • Producer, Remastered By, Liner Notes – Kip Lornell
  • Recorded By – Alan Lomax (tracks: B4), Douglas Day (tracks: A3), Gary Anderson (tracks: A5), Harold Spivacke (tracks: A2, B5), John Lomax* (tracks: A2, B4, B5), Kip Lornell (tracks: A1, A3 to B3, B6 to B10), Roddy Moore (tracks: A4)
  • Remastered By – Pete Lowry

Notes

Twenty selections showcasing African American fiddle, banjo, guitar, accordion, and harmonica traditions.

Produced by The Blue Ridge Institute, Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia, under National Endowment of the Arts/Folk Arts Grant No. R70-54-140.
Remastered with technical facilities courtesy Trix Records, Rosendale, New York.

All tracks recorded in Virginia, USA :
1 : Martinsville, October 10, 1976.
2 : State Farm, Richmond, May 31, 1936.
3 : Roanoke, December 16, 1976.
4 : Browns Store, April 6, 1977.
5 : Roanoke, March 15, 1977.
6 : Stuart, November 17, 1977.
7 : Norfolk, February 15, 1977.
8 : Martinsville, September 28, 1977.
9 : Bowling Green, September 17, 1977.
10 : Norfolk, January 31, 1977.
11 : Stuart, November 17, 1977.
12 : Sontag, January 13, 1977.
13 : Martinsville, November 21, 1976.
14 : State Farm, Richmond, May 31, 1936.
15 : State Farm, Richmond, May 31, 1936.
16 : Lynchburg, April 14, 1977.
17 : Wicomico Chruch, April 6, 1977.
18 : Martinsville, October 10, 1976.
19 : Fairfax, September 16, 1977.
20 : Martinsville, September 28, 1977.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 759401100122

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BRI 001 Various Virginia Traditions - Non-Blues Secular Black Music ‎(LP, Comp) BRI Records BRI 001 US 1978




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