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When blues first reached a large audience it was through the 'Race records' issued specifically for black purchasers in the 1920s. Blues South have been extensively discussed by many writers. In this innovatory book the celebrated writer on the blues, Paul Oliver, rediscovers the wealth of neglected vocal traditions presented on Race records. When blues first reached a large audience it was through the 'Race records' issued specifically for black purchasers in the 1920s.
In this innovatory book the celebrated writer on the blues, Paul Oliver, rediscovers the wealth of neglected vocal traditions presented on Race records.
Race records were 78-rpm phonograph records marketed to African Americans between the 1920s and 1940s. They primarily contained race music, comprising various African-American musical genres, including blues, jazz, and gospel music, and also comedy. These records were, at the time, the majority of commercial recordings of African-American artists in the US. Few African-American artists were marketed to white audiences.
Songsters and saints: vocal traditions on Race records. 1984, Cambridge University Press.
race records and hillbilly music. American communists and their allies were. various degrees of creolization. Black and white musicians knew each other, sang. Paul Oliver, Songsters and Saints: Vocal Traditions on Race Records. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1984. Blacks, Whites, and Blues. New York, Stein & Day, 1970. Race records are significant historical documents of ury African American music and have been and remain influential to artists, audiences, and scholars alike. Most twentieth-century white, popular music-especially rock 'n' roll and country-has roots in race music, in particular jazz, swing, and blues. The terms "race music" and "race records" had conflicting meanings. In one respect, they were indicative of segregation in the 1920s
Vocal traditions on Race Records" Paul Oliver. It's a nice cleanHARD BACK BOOK of Songsters & Saints. Vocal traditions on Race Records by celebrated blues-ologist and gospel collectorPAUL OLIVER. Rare book about blues & gospel 78s. All you need. Songsters & Saints.
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Dances And Traveling Shows
–Peg Leg Howell & Eddie Anthony
Turkey Buzzard Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Peg Leg HowellVocals, Violin – Eddie Anthony