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Music from the South, Vol. 5: Song, Play, and Dance

Various Artists
Music from the South, Vol. 5: Song, Play, and Dance

This collection of recordings from Alabama features several kinds of music and dance, from Horace Sprott’s country blues harmonica to the sounds of Vicksburg musicians, who were influenced by both Kansas City jazz and Jelly Roll Morton’s piano artistry.

Track Listing

101
Fox Chase Horace Sprott 1:42
102
Buck Dance by Harry Rutledge Horace Sprott 0:57
103
Take Rocks and Gravel To Make a Solid Road - Railroad Blues Horace Sprott 2:44
104
Me and My Short Box (or Pork Chop) Mrs. Philip Ramsey 2:57
105
Saturday Night Hoe-Down Horace Sprott 1:52
106
I Feel Good Now, Baby Philip Ramsey and Horace Sprott 3:26
107
Blind Child Berenice Ford, Eunice Ford, and Bessie Lee Daniels 2:39
108
Head-Shoulder Baby Berenice Ford, Eunice Ford, and Bessie Lee Daniels 1:08
109
I Asked My Mother for Fifty Cents Berenice Ford, Eunice Ford, and Bessie Lee Daniels 1:24
110
Talk About Jesus Philip Ramsey, Rosemary Daniels, and Berenice Ford 1:37
201
Blues Mississippi String Band, Tom Johnson, and John Copeland 2:30
202
Hootchie Kootchie Mississippi String Band, Tom Johnson, and John Copeland 1:56
203
It's Tight Like That Mississippi String Band, Tom Johnson, and John Copeland 2:08
204
See See Mama Mississippi String Band, Tom Johnson, and John Copeland 2:05
205
Memphis Mail Scott Dunbar 3:14
206
Buck Dance by Joe Tucker Scott Dunbar and Joe Tucker 1:21
207
Forty-four - Forty-four Blues Scott Dunbar 4:18
208
Easy Rider Scott, Celeste, and Rosie Dunbar 3:56

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