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MUSICAL RECORDING
Title Joseph Spence, John Roberts & Frederick McQueen.
Imprint New York : Folkways Records, [1964]

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Series Smithsonian global sound for libraries. http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/no2011016638
Subject Guitar music.
Popular music -- Bahamas -- Andros Island.
Spirituals (Songs) -- Bahamas -- Andros Island.
Blacks -- Bahamas -- Andros Island -- Music.
Folk music -- Bahamas -- Andros Island.
Alt Name Spence, Joseph.
McQueen, Frederick.
Roberts, John (Singer)
Add Title Bahaman ballads and rhyming spirituals
Description 1 online resource
Contents Joseph Spence: Bimini gal -- The Lord is my shepherd -- Glory glory -- John Roberts: Out on the rolling sea -- Cecil gone in the time of storm -- Frederic McQueen: Harcourt got drowned -- Dig my grave -- Kneeling down beside the gate -- Shake my hand.
Performer Folk guitar with vocals by Spence; Bahaman ballads and rhyming spirituals sung by Roberts or McQueen, with assisting singers.
Note Recorded Jul. 23-Aug. 19, 1958 on Andros Island, the Bahamas, by Samuel Charters.
Print version record.
OCLC # 698167698
Additional Format Print version: Joseph Spence, John Roberts & Frederick McQueen. New York : Folkways Records, [1964] (DLC)r 64001381
Print version: Joseph Spence, John Roberts & Frederick McQueen. New York : Folkways Records, [1964] (OCoLC)3244648
Print version: Joseph Spence, John Roberts & Frederick McQueen. New York : Folkways Records, [1964] publisher catalog number FS 3847


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