Annotation

Cardboard sleeve containing a jewel case and a 64 page booklet.

Annotation last modified on 2017-01-18 03:54 UTC.

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleArtistRatingLength
1Soft Black Jersey Cow
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1970-09-04)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1970-09-04)
bass drum:
R.L. Boyce (on 1970-09-04)
fife:
Napoleon Strickland (on 1970-09-04)
snare drum:
Jimmie Buford (on 1970-09-04)
Napoleon Strickland4:31
2After the Ball Is Over
recorded in:
Panola County, Mississippi, United States (on 1942-08-15)
recording engineer:
Alan Lomax (on 1942-08-15)
bass drum and snare drum [two snare drums]:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1942-08-15)
fife:
Sid Hemphill (on 1942-08-15)
Sid Hemphill's Band1:58
3Old Dick Jones Is Dead and Gone
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1971-07-06)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1971-07-06) and Cheryl Thurber (on 1971-07-06)
diddley bow [bow diddley]:
Virgie Mae Jones (on 1971-07-06)
percussion [beating benches]:
Annie Lee Jones (on 1971-07-06) and Melvin Jones (Atlanta-based trumpeter) (on 1971-07-06)
percussion [beating cans]:
Dollie Mae Jones (on 1971-07-06) and Standley Jones (on 1971-07-06)
percussion [beating on a chair]:
Willie B. Wren (percussionist) (on 1971-07-06)
percussion [washtub] and whistling:
Compton Jones (on 1971-07-06)
vocals:
Compton Jones (on 1971-07-06)
Compton Jones & Family4:09
4The Devil's Dream
recorded in:
Panola County, Mississippi, United States (on 1942-08-15)
recording engineer:
Alan Lomax (on 1942-08-15)
bass drum and snare drum:
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (on 1942-08-15)
pan flute [quills] and other vocals [vocal effects]:
Sid Hemphill (on 1942-08-15)
Sid Hemphill3:13
5Granny, Will Your Dog Bite
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1970-09-05)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1970-09-05)
percussion [washtub] and spoken vocals:
Compton Jones (on 1970-09-05)
Compton Jones1:41
6The Carrier Line
recorded in:
Sledge, Mississippi, United States (on 1942-08-15)
banjo:
Lucius Smith (on 1942-08-15)
bass drum:
Will Head (on 1942-08-15)
fiddle:
Sid Hemphill (on 1942-08-15)
guitar:
Alec Askew (on 1942-08-15)
vocals:
Sid Hemphill (on 1942-08-15)
field recordings:
Alan Lomax (on 1942-08-15)
Sid Hemphill, Lucius Smith, Alec Askew & Will Head6:00
7New Railroad
recorded in:
Sardis, Mississippi, United States (on 1971-06-27)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1971-06-27) and Cheryl Thurber (on 1971-06-27)
banjo:
Lucius Smith (on 1971-06-27)
vocals:
Lucius Smith (on 1971-06-27)
Lucius Smith3:11
8Shake 'em on Down
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1970-09-05)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1970-09-05)
diddley bow [bow diddley]:
Compton Jones (on 1970-09-05)
vocals:
Compton Jones (on 1970-09-05)
Compton Jones2:10
9Shake 'em on Down (version 2)
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1970-09-03)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1970-09-03)
guitar:
Ranie Burnette (on 1970-09-03)
vocals:
Ranie Burnette (on 1970-09-03)
Ranie Burnette5:02
10Black Woman
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1969-03-22)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1969-03-22)
guitar:
Othar Turner (on 1969-03-22)
vocals:
Othar Turner (on 1969-03-22)
Othar Turner5:08
11This Little Light of Mine
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1970-09-04)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1970-09-04)
percussion [churning]:
Ada Turner (on 1970-09-04)
vocals:
Ada Turner (on 1970-09-04)
Ada Turner1:49
12He's Calling Me
recorded in:
Panola County, Mississippi, United States (on 1971-06-27)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1971-06-27) and Cheryl Thurber (on 1971-06-27)
choir vocals:
The Hunter Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Choir (on 1971-06-27)
The Hunter Chapel Missionary Baptist Church Choir2:48
13Little Sally Walker
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1971-07-09)
recording engineer:
Cheryl Thurber (on 1971-07-09)
handclaps [hand clapping]:
Aleneda Turner (on 1971-07-09) and Nettie Mae Turner (on 1971-07-09)
vocals:
Aleneda Turner (on 1971-07-09) and Nettie Mae Turner (on 1971-07-09)
Nettie Mae & Aleneda Turner0:54
14Go to Sleepy, Baby
recorded in:
Tate County, Mississippi, United States (on 1971-06-26)
recording engineer:
David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (on 1971-06-26) and Cheryl Thurber (on 1971-06-26)
vocals:
Mary Mabeary (on 1971-06-26)
Mary Mabeary0:42

Credits

Release

photography:Dr. David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist)
Cheryl Thurber
liner notes:David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist) (in 1978)
producer:Bob Carlin
editor:David Evans (ethnomusicologist, field recorder and blues artist)
mastering:Bob Carlin
David Glasser (mastering engineer)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/release/3767243 [info]
ASIN:US: B00004YNC3 [info]