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Murders Home - Various - Negro Prison Blues And Songs (CD)

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  1. Read the Negro Prison Blues and Songs wiki, detailing its background, how it features in Alan Lomax's career, and its style. Listen to Negro Prison Blues and Songs .
  2. Negro Prison Blues and Songs Mississippi and Louisiana State Penitentiaries Prisoners Country ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Preview. TITLE TIME; 1 Murder's Home 2 No More, My Lawd 3 Old Alabama 4 Black Woman 5 Jumpin' Judy 6 Whoa Buck 7 Prettiest Train 8.
  3. 'Prison Songs, Vol. 1: Murderous Home, Historical Recordings From Parchman' presents great blues compiled by Alan Lomax. This CD is the reissue of 'Negro Prison Songs' and includes songs like 'Prettiest Train' by '22', 'Rosie' by C.B. with Axe Gang and 'Levee Camp Holler' by Bama.
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  5. Negro Prison Songs from The Mississippi State Penitentiary; A Selection. Historical Recordings From Parchman Farm Recorded by Dr Harry Oster 1. No More, My Lawd 2. Old Alabama 3. Black Women 4. Jumpin' Judy 5. Whoa Buck 6. Prettiest Train 7. Old Dollar Mamie 8. It .
  6. Mar 06,  · Listen free to Alan Lomax – Negro Prison Blues and Songs (Murder's Home, No More, My Lawd and more). 23 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at prococexgraninti.raimilzomawildtaraldiogardhindvete.infoinfo
  7. [This record was originally issued on LP in as Negro Prison Songs, on Tradition , and the tracks can also be heard on Legacy International's Negro Prison Blues and Songs, released in The Rounder CD has a new title and different, historically slanted liner notes.]9/
  8. Mar 25,  · Printed in USA "Recorded live at the Mississippi and Louisiana State Penitentiaries by Alan Lomax" Tracks originally released on Various - Negro Prison Songs, , recorded by Alan Lomax at State Penitentiary, Parchman, Mississippi Uncredited on this edition, tracks originally released on Various - Southern Prison Blues, , recorded by Harry Oster at Louisiana State /5(6).

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