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Too Late Too Late Vol 11 1924 - 1939



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Classic Blues Jazz & Vaudeville Singers Vol 3 1922 - 1927



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Classic Blues Jazz & Vaudeville Singers Vol 4 1921 - 1928



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Hampton Institute Quartet & Sextet c.1937 - c.1942



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Negro Religious Field Recordings From South Carolina Mississippi Texas c 1924 - 1941 Vol 2



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Field Recordings Vol 14 1934 - c. 1950



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Black Fiddlers 1929 - c.1970



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Black Vocal Groups Vol 10 c. 1919 - 1929



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Skip James Live Volume 2 - Bloomington 1968 Part 1

DOCD-5633 Skip James � The Complete Bloomington, Indiana Concert � March 30th 1968 Skip James, vocal ,guitar. Genres: Mississippi Blues, Country Blues, Country Blues Guitar. Informative booklet notes by Dr. Peter Narv�ez Detailed discography On the night of this Skip James concert, performed at the student�run Indiana University Folksong Club at Bloomington, Indiana the small auditorium was filled with about two hundred persons who knew more about local bluegrass traditions (Bill Monroe's Sunday bam fests took place in nearby Beanblossom) than blues, but who enjoyed listening to various forms of traditional music. As one can hear on this recording, they were not disappointed. Continued...




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Skip James Live Volume 2 - Bloomington 1968 Part 2
DOCD-5634 Skip James The Complete Bloomington, Indiana Concert March 30th 1968 - Part 2 Skip James, vocal ,guitar. Genres: Mississippi Blues, Country Blues, Country Blues Guitar. Informative booklet notes by Dr. Peter Narvez Detailed discography On the night of this Skip James concert, performed at the studentrun Indiana University Folksong Club at Bloomington, Indiana the small auditorium was filled with about two hundred persons who knew more about local bluegrass traditions (Bill Monroe's Sunday bam fests took place in nearby Beanblossom) than blues, but who enjoyed listening to various forms of traditional music. As one can hear on this recording, they were not disappointed.



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Four Vagabonds Vol 1 1941 - 1951



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Four Vagabonds Vol 2 1942 - 1943



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