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Spirituals with Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward

Vera Hall and Dock Reed
Spirituals with Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward

Alabama farm worker Dock Reed and his cousin Vera Hall Ward were both recorded by Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress. Dock, by all accounts, was a deeply religious man who never sang secular music, while Vera was known to perform a few of these "sinful" songs.

Track Listing

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I'm Going Home on the Morning Train Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:01
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102
My God Ain't No Lying Man Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:13
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103
Where the Sun Will Never Go Down Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:05
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104
Troubled Lord I'm Troubled Vera Hall and Dock Reed 1:32
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105
Look How They Done My Lord Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:03
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106
Job Job Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:16
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What Month Was Jesus Born In? Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:10
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202
Somebody's Talking About Jesus Vera Hall and Dock Reed 1:31
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203
Death is Awful Vera Hall and Dock Reed 1:46
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204
I'm Climbing Up the Hill of Mt. Zion Vera Hall and Dock Reed 1:43
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Low Down the Chariot and Let Me Ride Vera Hall and Dock Reed 2:12

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