Easter Morning Sermon (1970) - Various - Johns Island, South Carolina: Its People & Songs (Vinyl, LP)


Download Easter Morning Sermon (1970) - Various - Johns Island, South Carolina: Its People & Songs (Vinyl, LP)
1973
Label: Folkways Records - FS 3840 • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •


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  1. In the spring of , ethnomusicologist Henrietta Yurchenco took her American Folk Music class to John’s Island, South Carolina, where the people who welcomed them were “money poor but rich in spirit.” Recorded on location, this album of compelling spirituals, blues, and energetic singing games is.
  2. The B Side is recorded at the Wesley Methodist Church, John's Island, SC on Easter Sunday The A Side actually has 12 bands (tracks) though both the label and jacket only list The unlisted track falls between A9: Joe Hunter - Have You Ever Been Mistreated & A John Hunter/Mable Hillery - .
  3. Check out John's Island, South Carolina: Its People and Songs by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on staleralokemva.unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.co5/5(1).
  4. In the spring of , ethnomusicologist Henrietta Yurchenco took her American Folk Music class to John's Island, South Carolina, where the people who welcomed them were money poor but rich in 5/5(1).
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  6. African-Americans on the remote Sea Islands off the coasts of Georgia, South Carolina and Florida sang "I Will Overcome" in the late 19th Century. One source states "I Will Be Alright" originated outside Charleston on Johns Island, South Carolina, with the same melody as today's "We Shall Overcome".
  7. Ain't you got a right to the tree of life?: The people of Johns Island, South Carolina, their faces, their words, and their songs / recorded by Guy and Candie Carawan ; photographed by Robert Yellin ; music transcribed by Ethel Raim ; with a pref. by Alan Lomax. b i O38f
  8. TRIENNIAL Revisited is a partnership between CCA, the South Carolina Arts Commission and the South Carolina State Museum. CCA is a non-proft visual arts center that promotes understanding, apprecia-tion and enjoyment of contemporary art, the creative .

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