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MUSICAL RECORDING
Title Crossroads : Southern routes : music of the American South.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Folkways, [1996]
℗1996

Subject Blues (Music)
Cajun music.
Gospel music.
Country music.
Soul music.
Alt Name Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife Programs and Cultural Studies.
Add Title Southern routes.
Music of the American South.
Description 1 audio disc : digital, stereophonic ; 4 3/4 in.
4 3/4 in.
Performer Various artists.
Note Originally recorded and released 1954-1995.
Program notes in container.
Compact disc.
System Details Enhanced for playback on Macintosh or Windows computer.
Contents Rising sun (Brownie McGhee with Sonny Terry) -- Statesboro blues (The Allman Brothers Band) -- Blue Monk (Dirty Dozen Brass Band) -- 15 ans (Les Quatre Vieux Garçons featuring Dewey Balfa) -- Travelin' shoes (Vera Hall Ward) -- Woke up this mornin' with my mind on freedom (The SNCC Freedom Singers) -- The mice and the bad angel ; Turtle's song to the wolf (BettyMae Jumper) -- Brother John ; Iko iko (Neville Brothers) -- White House blues (Bill Monroe) -- Blue suede shoes (Carl Perkins) -- Anque me odies (Lydia Mendoza) -- Apartment #9 (Tammy Wynette) -- Too many mouths around the table (Denise LaSalle)
Southbound (Doc Watson with Merle Watson) -- I'd rather be an old time Christian (The Kingsmen) -- There is none like him (Mississippi Mass Choir).
Publisher # SF CD 40080 Smithsonian Folkways
OCLC # 39137958


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