V/A - Traveling Through The Jungle: Negro Fife And Drum Band Music From The Deep South

V/A - Traveling Through The Jungle: Negro Fife And Drum Band Music From The Deep South

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Repressing of this crucial document of hill country drone and march music! 

"This ultra-rare Testament release is one of the first and finest presentations of the hill country fife and drum sound, one of the oldest musical practices of the Union. On this record, legendary musicologist David Evans presents the greatest musicians of North Mississippi, recorded in the 40s, 50s and 60s, by the likes of Alan Lomax. Artists include: Otha Turner, Napoleon Strickland, R.L. Boyce, and Sid Hemphill among others."

Tracklist:
A1 Ephram Carter – Old Hen Cackled, Laid A Double Egg
A2 J.W. Jones – Unknown Piece
A3 Ephram Carter – Shout, Lula With The Red Dress On
A4 J.W. Jones – Buck Dance
A5 Ephram Carter – I Love Jesus, Yes, I Do
A6 J.W. Jones – Wake Up, Sal, Day Done Come, Let Me Chew Your Rosin Some
A7 Ephram Carter – Old Lady Dinah Sitting By The Fire
A8 Sid Hemphill Band – Jesse James
A9 Alec Askew – Come On Boys, Let's Go To The Ball
A10 Sid Hemphill Band – The Death March
A11 Sid Hemphill – Emmaline, Take Your Time
A12 Sid Hemphill Band – The Sidewalks Of New York
B1 Napoleon Strickland – My Babe
B2 Napoleon Strickland – Traveling Through The Jungle
B3 Compton Jones – Sitting On Top Of The World
B4 Othar Turner – Late At Midnight, Just A Little 'Fore Day
B5 Napoleon Strickland – Granny, Will Your Dog Bite
B6 Compton Jones – Number Five
B7 Napoleon Strickland – When The Saints Go Marching In