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Features folk, blues, jug music, gospel and jazz by artists such as Booker T. Laury, Jessie Mae Hemphill, Booba Barnes and Othar Turner, who introduces listeners to the rare example of an African-American fife-and-drum band.

 

Name

Artist

Time

Your Love Is Like a Hydrant

Booker T. Laury

3:39

Shewolf

Jessie Mae Hemphill

4:43

Fisherman's Luck

Roy Harper

2:51

Gold Watch and Chain

Cumberland Express

3:17

If It Ain't One Thing, It's Another

Spirit of Memphis

3:14

Hog Mouth Sam from Alabam

Fred Ford & The Honeymoon Garner Trio

3:03

Come on Little Mama, Let's Let It Go Tonight

The Brewers

2:16

Nobody's Business but Mine

Beale Street Jug Band

7:02

Going Back Home

Roosevelt Barnes

4:50

Glory, Glory Hallelujah

Otha Turner & The Rising Star Fife and Drum Band

2:48

Jasper Jail / Wayfaring Stranger / Jesus, Lover of My Soul

Hamper McBee

2:54

Pray for the Lights to Go Out

Grandma Dixie Davis

2:18

Cat Fight / Leather Britches

Leake County String Band

3:26

Which Way Did My Baby Go

Moses Williams

3:30

Alabamy Bound

Steamboat Strummers

1:44

The Judy Nell Glide

Captain William Tippett

1:29

A Slice of Southern Music CD

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