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Parchman Farm: Photographes And Field Recordings 1947-59 (2-CD)
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(2014/Dust To Digital) 44 tracks. 44 audio recordings, 12 previously unreleased, all newly... mehr

Various: Parchman Farm: Photographes And Field Recordings 1947-59 (2-CD)

(2014/Dust To Digital) 44 tracks.
44 audio recordings, 12 previously unreleased, all newly remastered;
77 photographs, many published here for the first time;
Essays by Alan Lomax, Anna Lomax Wood, and Bruce Jackson.
Produced by Steven Lance Ledbetter, founder of Dust-to-Digital, and Nathan Salsburg, curator of the Alan Lomax Archive.

In 1947, ’48 and ’59, renowned folklorist Alan Lomax went behind the barbed wire into the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman. Armed with a reel-to-reel tape deck—and, in 1959, a camera—Lomax documented as best an outsider could the stark and savage conditions of the prison farm, where the black inmates labored “from can’t to can’t,” chopping timber, clearing ground, and picking cotton for the state. They sang as they worked, keeping time with axes or hoes, adapting to their condition the slavery-time hollers that sustained their forbears and creating a new body of American song. Theirs was music, as Lomax wrote, that “testified to the love of truth and beauty which is a universal human trait.”

“A few strands of wire were all that separated the prison from adjoining plantations. Only the sight of an occasional armed guard or a barred window in one of the frame dormitories made one realize that this was a prison. The land produced the same crop; there was the same work for blacks to do on both sides of the fence. And there was no Delta black who was not aware of how easy it was for him to find himself on the wrong side of those few strands of barbed wire…. These songs are a vivid reminder of a system of social control and forced labor that has endured in the South for centuries, and I do not believe that the pattern of Southern life can be fundamentally reshaped until what lies behind these roaring, ironic choruses is understood.” — Alan Lomax, 1958

“Black prisoners in all the Southern agricultural prisons in the years of these recordings participated in two distinct musical traditions: free world (the blues, hollers, spirituals and other songs they sang outside and, when the situation permitted, sang inside as well) and the work-songs, which were specific to the prison situation, and the recordings in this album represent that complete range of material, which is one of the reasons this set is so important: it doesn’t just show this or that tradition within Parchman, but the range of musical traditions performed by black prisoners. I know of no other album that does that.” — Bruce Jackson, 2013


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  • Albumtitel: Parchman Farm: Photographes And Field Recordings 1947-59 (2-CD)

  • Genre Blues

  • Label DUST-TO-DIGITAL

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 9780981734293

  • Gewicht in Kg: 0.8
Various - Parchman Farm: Photographes And Field Recordings 1947-59 (2-CD) CD 1
01 Jimpson and Group – “Murderer’s Home” Various
02 88 and Group – “Rosie” * Various
03 22 and Group – “It Makes A Long Time Man Feel Bad” Various
04 88 – “Whoa Buck” Various
05 Tangle Eye, Hard Hat, 22, and Little Red – “When I Went to Leland” Various
06 Buzzard and group – “I’m Going to Memphis” Various
07 22 and Group – “The Prettiest Train I Ever Saw” Various
08 22 and Group – “John Henry” Various
09 Dan Barnes and Group – “John Old Alabama” Various
10 Foots – “Hollers” Various
11 Dobie Red and Group – “Stewball” Various
12 Bama – “Levee Camp Hollers” Various
13 Tangle Eye, Hard Hat, 22 and Little Red – “Early In the Morning” Various
14 Dobie Red and Group — “I Got A Bulldog (Well I Wonder)” Various
15 22 and Group – “Dollar Mamie” Various
16 Bama – “Stackalee” Various
17 Dan Barnes and group – “I Don’t Want No Jet Black Woman” * Various
18 Bull, Foots and Dobie Red – “Did You Hear About Louella Wallace” Various
19 Tangle Eye – “Tangle Eye’s Blues” Various
20 22 and Group – “Rosie” Various
21 Bama – “I’m Going Home” Various
22 Jimpson and Group – “No More My Lord” Various
23 Unidentified Group – “The Weather Get Warm” * Various
Various - Parchman Farm: Photographes And Field Recordings 1947-59 (2-CD) CD 2
01 Floyd Batts – “Lucky Song” Various
02 Clarence Alexander – “Disability Boogie Woogie” Various
03 John Edwards and Group – “Berta” * Various
04 Clyde Jones and Group – “Poor Lazarus” * Various
05 John Dudley – “Cool Drink of Water Blues” Various
06 Interview” Ed Lewis – “Levee Camp Holler
07 Ed Lewis and Group – “Black Gal” Various
08 Bama – “I Don’t Want You Baby” * Various
09 Grover Wells and Group – “Rosie” * Various
10 Bridges Lee Cole – “Hollers” Various
11 John Dudley – “You Got a Mean Disposition” Various
12 John Dudley – “Big Road Blues” Various
13 Ervin Webb and Group – “I’m Going Home” Various
14 George Golden and Group – “Berta” * Various
15 Grover Wells – “Up the River” * Various
16 Clarence Alexander – “Prison Blues” Various
17 Johnny Lee Moore, Ed Lewis, James Carter, and Henry Mason – “Tom Devil” Various
18 Willie Washington – “My Jack Don’t Drink No Water” * Various
19 Leroy Campbell and Yancey – “Sometimes I Wonder” Various
20 Henry Ratcliff – “Look for Me In Louisiana” Various
21 Heuston Earms – “Ain’t Been Able to Get Home No More” Various
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