Various American Primitive Vol I Raw Pre War Gospel 1926 36

American primitive. This older version is stripped down to her voice and harp, moderately waltzing up the hills and into a sunset. Columbia Genre Gospel music. Starting this month,… Source: otherhousesotherhouses. Performer Summers, Robert.

Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Performer Head, Eddie. Performer Forehand, Mamie. Performer Coleman, Jaybird. Performer Patton, Charley, Performer Lee, Bertha. Performer Ware, I. Performer Taggart, Blind Joe. Performer Clayborn, Edward W. Performer Graves, Roosevelt. Performer Jones, Otis. Performer Crumpton, Dennis. Performer Summers, Robert.

Performer Jackson, Bo Weavil. Performer Palmes, Frank. Performer White, Bukka. Performer Coleman, Austin. Performer Magby, Luther. Hadley Charley Patton. Subject Gospel music. Gospel music. Genre Gospel music.

Despite being taken away from the world of music early, deceased folkie Jack Rose left us many many hours of wonderful guitar playing, much of it influenced by the American Primitive guitarists of the 60s and 70s. Originally performed by Dennis Crumpton and Robert Summers, here it is given an instrumental treatment with some twangy slide guitar and jug band accompaniment.

Thrill Jockey Mixing up some americana and english folk sensibilities, he turned more toward the burgeoning country rock sound of the early to mid 70s. He could not sell the album to any labels; however, it was later issued in The song was later rerecorded and released as a 12" single. This older version is stripped down to her voice and harp, moderately waltzing up the hills and into a sunset.

Self Released Her record was one of many wonderful rediscoveries brought back into the publics eye. Kapp Tolkien and his Lord of the Rings series. The band brings their own aesthetic to the ballad in a truly sublime way with gentle bubbling beats and angelic harmonies. Containing assorted vocal groups, guitar players, small bands, and ardent preachers with responsive congregations, the assembly is extensive and details one aspect of the post-slavery pre-Civil Rights black experience in America.

When I Reach That Heavenly Shore is the fourth multi-disc various-artist gospel comp released by Tompkins Square, and when sets devoted to Bessie Jones and Arizona Dranes get factored into the equation, with respect to Dust-To-Digital the label sits at the head of the African-American gospel reissue class.

This collection in particular is at a remove from the contemporary religious mainstream, and as the title of this and previous Tompkins Square gospel items show, the enterprise targets their product to the intersection of the musical and the historical which is where this writer has a small but personable residence. The tunes of Henry Thomas, Rev. Rice, and Rev. It was the recipe of success for the songster, and Thomas diverts slightly from the obscurity attached to the majority of the participants here.

Another exception is Washington Phillips, player of a zither-like instrument, once thought to be a Dolceola, now evaluated as either one or two Celestaphones or a similar device of homemade ingenuity, its playing emitting a captivatingly gentle tone.

Island Records Despite being taken away from the world of music early, deceased folkie Jack Rose left us many many hours of wonderful guitar playing, much of it influenced by the American Primitive guitarists of the 60s and 70s. Originally performed by Dennis Crumpton and Robert Summers, here it is given an instrumental treatment with some twangy slide guitar and jug band accompaniment. Thrill Jockey Mixing up some americana and english folk sensibilities, he turned more toward the burgeoning country rock sound of the early to mid 70s.

He could not sell the album to any labels; however, it was later issued in The song was later rerecorded and released as a 12" single. This older version is stripped down to her voice and harp, moderately waltzing up the hills and into a sunset.

Self Released Her record was one of many wonderful rediscoveries brought back into the publics eye. Kapp Tolkien and his Lord of the Rings series. In between come variations from Rev. Weems, Rev. But When I Reach That Heavenly Shore tenders a wide range of those who were gripped by spirituality and had it down deep, performers that would very likely welcome the anonymity enveloping them and even encourage more, with nothing left but the sounds and ideas found in the grooves of these artifacts.

Make of them what you will. The Vinyl District. Skip to content. The Vinyl District, your daily brick and mortar, indie record store fix. Performer Jackson, Bo Weavil. Performer Palmes, Frank. Performer White, Bukka. Performer Coleman, Austin. Performer Magby, Luther.

Hadley Charley Patton. Subject Gospel music. Gospel music. Genre Gospel music. Bibliographic information. Gospel-blues music compiled by John Fahey. Compact disc. Program notes by John Fahey 17 p. Participant Various performers. Included Work I believe I'll go back home. Down on me. Honey in the rock. I'm gonna cross the river of Jordan some o' these days.

Oh death. You better quit drinking shine. Been listening all the day. Sinner you'll need King Jesus.