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Jazz, Vol. 1: South

Various Artists
Jazz, Vol. 1: South

Moses Asch purchased the "race records" heard on this album in 1941 for 15 cents each. Demonstrating some of the musical styles characteristic of the American South that proved influential in shaping what is now called jazz, the selections range from folk songs to urban blues to boogie-woogie piano; artists include Dock Reese, Lead Belly, Scrapper Blackwell, Bessie Tucker and Champion Jack Dupree.

Track Listing

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101
Ol' Hannah Dock Reese 5:02
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102
Julie Ann Johnson Lead Belly 1:09
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103
Harmonica Breakdown Sonny Terry and Oh Red 2:35
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104
John Henry Lead Belly, Brownie McGhee, and Sonny Terry 2:27
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105
Down South Scrapper Blackwell 3:00
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106
Penitentiary Blues Bessie Tucker 3:21
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201
Dry Bones Rev. J.M. Gates and Congregation 3:43
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202
I Can't Feel at Home - I Can't Feel at Home in this World Anymore Two Gospel Keys 2:53
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203
Slow Boogie Champion Jack Dupree 2:26
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204
38 Slug Jim Jam Band 2:54
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205
Blues For Lorenzo Omer Simeon Trio 2:37
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206
Dallas Rag Dallas String Band 2:56
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207
When a 'Gator Holler, Folks Say It's a Sign of Rain Margaret Johnson, Black & Blue Trio, and King Oliver 2:59

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