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Hallelujah Jubilee. East Texas Black. Harmonica Players and their Songs



Hallelujah Jubilee. East Texas Black. Harmonica Players and their Songs


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973 HAL

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Etats Unis


01 Slow Train Coming to Arkansas
02 I’m Always Happy with Jesus
03 Yippy Ti Yi
04 Swing Low Sweet Chariot
05 When the Saints Go Marching In
06 I’ve Got a Home in Heaven
07 Banjo on My Knee
08 Beulah Land
09 Nobody’s Business
10 Crawfish Train
11 O How I Love Jesus
12 West Texas Jump
13 She’ll Be Coming Round the Mountain
14 God Be with You Till We Meet Again
15 Closer Walk with Thee
16 Pop Goes the Weasel
17 If it Had Not Been for the Lord
18 Glory Glory
19 Hen Cackle
20 Slow Train Coming to Arkansas
21 Beulah Land
22 Casey Jones
23 I Got a Road
24 We Shall Overcome
25 Untitled
26 Rocky Mountain Blues
27 I’m Sorry
28 Listen to the Mockingbird
29 God Has Smiled on Me
30 The Hound Dog
31 At the Cross
32 Yield Not to Temptation
33 Train Song
34 Zydeco Rag
35 Decided to Follow Jesus
36 I’m Sitting on Top of the World
37 Tempting Trails
38 Daddy Double Do Love You
39 Train Song
40 Just Got Me a Cabin
41 Live it Up
42 This Way and That Way
43 Beulah Land
44 Don’t Sit Under the Apple Tree
45 Amazing Grace
46 Beautiful Lady in Blue
47 Cain't You Hear the Bells a Ringing

In the rural East Texas towns of Longview, Tyler, Raywood, Liberty, and Sulphur Springs the harmonica has been played by African Americans in church and at house parties for more than a century. John T.Samples, Sr., Virginia Peoles, Robert Berry, Jack Wilson and Cleveland Walters, JR., exemplify the roots of this tradition. They play here in a collection of rare recordings of hymns, spirituals, blues and traditional tunes.


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