VARIOUS 'Non-Blues Secular Black Music' BRI-00001-CD

VARIOUS 'Non-Blues Secular Black Music' BRI-00001-CD

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African-American musicians of the south are often placed into the category of 'blues' without further question. However, American string band music is inextricably tied to and built upon black traditions. This timeless album is a real eye opener as to the breadth and depth of black music within Appalachia. One you're sure to treasure!

A1 Leonard Bowles And Irvin Cook I Wish To The Lord I'd Never Been Born


3:30
A2 Jimmie Strothers I Used To Work On The Tractor

1:25
A3 Daniel Womack Come, Let's March

3:33
A4 Isaac Curry Casy Jones

1:55
A5 Uncle Homer Walker Cripple Creek

1:55
A6 Marvin Foddrell Reno Factory

2:10
A7 Sanford L. Collins Buckdance

0:50
A8 Lewis Hairston Bile Them Cabbage Down

2:35
A9 John Cephas John Henry

5:22
A10 James Applewhite Fox Chase

1:00
B1 Turner Foddrell Railroad Bill

3:17
B2 John Lawson Tyree Hop Along Lou

1:05
B3 John Calloway (2) The Cuckoo Bird

1:35
B4 Lemuel Jones Poor Farmers

1:05
B5 Jimmie Strothers Tennessee Dog

1:40
B6 Clayton Horsely Poor Black Annie

1:55
B7 Clarence Waddy Eve

3:15
B8 Irvin Cook Old Blue

1:24
B9 John Jackson (4) Medley Of Country Dance Tunes

4:10
B10 Lewis Hairston Cotton-Eyed Joe

1:23