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Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 1-6  

2016-02-24 00:59:41|  分类: Ethnic/Folk/Blue |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 1-6 - neurosis01 - Puzzle
Artist: VA
Album: Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 1-6
Genre: Folk, Blues, Gospel, Spirituals, Sermons, Children's
Label: Smithsonian Folkways
Quality: FLAC
Recording: ?
Size: 1.05GB


Vol. 1: Secular Music
"In an attempt to break away from the caricature of black music that was popular in America during the 1950s, Harold Courlander compiled this collection as documentation of black music in Alabama in its purest form. This first volume of secular music highlights some of the different manifestations of black music during that time including the virtuosic harmonica playing of Joe Brown, the left-handed guitar playing of Willie Smith, and the popular ring games of school children."-- SF

1. Joe Brown – Mama Don't Tear My Clothes (01:42)
2. Joe Brown – Southern Pacific (01:23)
3. Rich Amerson – Black Woman (05:00)
4. Red Willie Smith – Kansas City Blues (01:46)
5. Red Willie Smith – Salty Dog Blues (01:30)
6. East York School (Ala.) – I'm Goin' Up North (01:26)
7. Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) – Little Sally Walker (01:05)
8. Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) – See See Rider (01:21)
9. Vera Hall – Mama's Goin' to Buy Him a Little Lap Dog (00:47)
10. Earthy Anne Coleman – Soon As My Back's Turned (01:35)
11. Willie Turner – She Done Got Ugly (01:20)
12. Willie Turner – Now Your Man Done Gone (02:04)
13. Annie Grace Horn Dodson – Field Calls (01:19)
14. Annie Grace Horn Dodson – Father's Field Call (00:27)
15. Annie Grace Horn Dodson – Children's Call (00:45)
16. Annie Grace Horn Dodson – Greeting Call (00:48)
17. Enoch Brown – Complaint Call (00:42)
18. Rich Amerson – Brer Rabbit and the Alligators (03:55)

Vol. 2: Religious Music
"In an attempt to break away from the caricature of black music that was popular in America during the 1950s, Harold Courlander compiled this collection as documentation of black music in Alabama in its purest form. Placed in the context of homilies and prayers this second volume of religious music captures the essence of black spirituals found in the south and features the popular hymn, “Free At Last.”"-- SF

1. Trampin' Trampin' - Dock Reed - 1:26
2. Dead and Gone - Dock Reed & Vera Hall - 1:45
3. Abraham and Lot - E.D. Tuckey - 4:03
4. Rock Chair, I Told You to Rock - Earthy Anne Coleman, Price Coleman & Rich Amerson - 3:54
5. I Wonder Where My Brother Gone - Annie Grace Horn Dodson - 1:21
6. Free At Last - Dock Reed & Vera Hall - 1:41
7. Jonah - Earthy Anne Coleman & Rich Amerson - 6:26
8. Low Down Death Right Easy - Dock Reed - 2:19
9. Jesus Goin' to Make Up My Dyin' Bed - Dock Reed - 1:20
10. Prayer - Dock Reed & Vera Hall - 2:41
11. Prayer Meeting - Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church (Bogue Chito, Miss.) - 2:03
12. Move Members Move - Hibler family & Rosie Hibler - 2:03

Vol. 3: Rich Amerson - 1
"American folklorist Harold Courlander compiled this series in an attempt to break the caricature of black music that was popular in America during the 1950s. Many aspects of the distinct musical styles presented can be traced back to their roots in traditional African music, including the use of handclapping, responsive singing, and falsetto voice. This third volume presents a glimpse into the prophetic mind of Rich Amerson, a rural blues and folk musician, who tells stories of ethics and the old South, Earth and animals, the sermons of nature and human emotions as they have the ability to transcend poverty. This album demonstrates Amerson's belief that "when life is big, music is big."
Liner notes include an explanation of the various influences that helped shape African American music from this time period, as well as a brief biography of Rich Amerson and the album's complete song texts."-- SF

1 - Railroad-Lining Track
2 - Texas Sandstorm
3 - John Henry
4 - Chicago and Rome
5 - Challenge to the Doctor
6 - Draft Board
7 - River, Creek, Sun, Moon
8 - The Champion
9 - Brer Rabbit Tales
10 - Sermonizing

Vol. 4: Rich Amerson - 2
"American folklorist Harold Courlander compiled this series (Negro Folk Music of Alabama) from the recordings he made in rural Alabama in 1950. The album is an attempt to counter the stereotypes of black music that were popular in America during the middle of the 20th century. This fourth volume, album 2, presents traditional spirituals and newer gospel songs (plus one story), often displaying the traditional call-and-response singing pattern. Although Rich Amerson takes the lead, his sister, Earthy Anne Coleman, is consistently present in a supporting role.
Liner notes include an explanation of the various influences that helped shape African American music, as well as a brief biography of Rich Amerson and song lyrics."-- SF

1. Animals In Church
2. King David
3. Israelites Shouting
4. Didn't You Hear
5. When You Feel Like Moaning
6. Death Have Mercy
7. It's Getting Late In the Evening
8. Lord I'm Waiting On You
9. Job Job
10. Come On Up to Bright Glory
11. This May Be Your Last Time

Vol. 5: Spirituals
"This album is the fifth in a series of volumes dedicated to " American negro music," showcasing spirituals performed by Dock Reed (1878-1958) and Vera Hall Ward (1902-1964). Reed was a deeply religious man whose repertoire was stayed within spiritual music rather than secular or " sinful" songs. Ward was Reed’s cousin, and both worked in manual labor (Reed in agriculture, Ward in house work). This plays into the elements of typical aspects of the work songs within this genre, such as responsive singing and rhythmic punctuation used to mark labor tasks, such as striking a nail with a hammer. The clear, direct singing on this album serves as documentation of this music rather than focusing on the performance element of the music. Liner notes include an overview of the entire series of Negro Folk Music of Alabama , as well as notes and lyrics specific to this volume."-- SF

1. I'm Going Home on the Morning Train - Dock Reed
2. My God Ain't No Lying Man - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
3. Where the Sun Will Never Go Down - Dock Reed
4. Troubled Lord I'm Troubled - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
5. Look How They Done My Lord - Vera Hall Ward And Dock Reed
6. Job Job - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
7. What Month Was Jesus Born In - Vera Hall Ward
8. Somebody's Talking About Jesus - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
9. Death is Awful - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
10. I'm Climbing Up the Hills of Mt. Zion - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
11. Low Down the Chariot and Let Me Ride - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
12. The Blood Done Signed My Name - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
13. Everybody Talkin' About Heaven Ain't Goin' There - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
14. Noah, Noah - Vera Hall Ward
15. Plumb the Line - Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward
16. Travelling Shoes - Vera Hall Ward

Vol. 6: Ring Game Songs and Others
"American folklorist Harold Courlander compiled this series (Negro Folk Music of Alabama) from recordings he made in rural Alabama in 1950. The album is an attempt to counter the stereotypes of black music that were popular in America during the middle of the 20th century. This sixth volume begins with ring and line games which were recorded at various rural Alabama schools. Ring games are played with children standing in a circle, often holding hands; the leader stands outside the circle performing some action. To get the idea, imagine “Duck, Duck, Goose.” (The identical ring game recordings are found on FW07004.) They are followed by miscellaneous children's songs, work songs, blues, hymns, and relatively modern gospel songs.
Liner notes written by Harold Courlander include directions on how to play various ring games."-- SF

1 - Mary Mack - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 2:00
2 - Bob a Needle - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 0:54
3 - Watch That lady - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 1:20
4 - Old Lady Sally Wants to Jump - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 0:51
5 - Loop de Loop - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 1:47
6 - Green Green Rocky Road - Lilly's Chapel School (Ala.) - 1:29
7 - Rosie Darling Rosie - Brown's Chapel School - 1:37
8 - I Must See - Brown's Chapel School - 1:37
9 - Bluebird Bluebird - Pilgrim Church School (Ala.) - 1:13
10 - May Go 'Round the Needle - East York School (Ala.) - 2:35
11 - Stooping on the Window - East York School (Ala.) - 1:10
12 - Charlie Over the Ocean - East York School (Ala.) - 0:55
13 - Session with Celina Lewis, (a)Catch That Squirrel, (b)Sangar ee, (c) Whoa Mule, Can't Get the Saddle On,... - Celina Lewis - 5:14
14 - Water on the Wheel - Annie Grace Horn Dodson - 0:48
15 - Go Pray Ye - Annie Grace Horn Dodson - 2:37
16 - Captain Holler Hurry - Willie Turner - 1:27
17 - John Henry - Willie Turner - 2:16
18 - Going to Have a Talk with the Chief of Police - Peelee Hatchee (Emanuel Jones) - 1:48
19 - Meet Me in the Bottoms - Davie Lee - 1:36
20 - When the Role is Called in Heaven - Joe Brown, Harrison Ross, and Willie John Strong - 2:40
21 - I Moaned and I Moaned - Joe Brown, Harrison Ross, and Willie John Strong - 1:21
22 - I'm Standing in a Safety Zone - Rosie N. Winston - 2:53
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