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Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 2: Religious Music

Various Artists
Negro Folk Music of Alabama, 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.”

Track Listing

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Trampin' Trampin' Dock Reed 1:26
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102
Dead and Gone Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward 1:45
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103
Abraham and Lot E.D. Tuckey 4:03
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104
Rock Chariot, I Told You to Rock Rich Amerson with Earthy Anne and Price Coleman 3:54
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105
I Wonder Where My Brother Gone Annie Grace Horn Dodson 1:21
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106
Free at Last Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward 1:41
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Jonah Rich Amerson and Earthy Anne Coleman 6:26
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202
Low Down Death Right Easy Dock Reed 2:19
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203
Jesus Goin' to Make Up My Dyin' Bed Dock Reed 1:21
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204
Prayer Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward 2:41
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205
Prayer Meeting Shiloh Primitive Baptist Church (Bogue Chito, Miss.) 2:04
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206
Move Members Move Rosie Hibler and family 2:03

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