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Tracklist

1Erie PhilpottUncle Jenkins And The Panther2:30
2Erie PhilpottKu Klux Come To Aunt Nelley Smith's1:50
3 Side One: Secular
4Robert "Bud" GarrettI Got A Place In Free Hill5:10
5Free Hill Church Of Christ Congregation, Unknown ArtistWhen The Sun Goes Down3:23
6Erie PhilpottThe Origins Of Free Hill1:50
7Erie PhilpottKu Klux Come To The Hickman House5:10
8The Page Family Led By Rose PageFarther Along2:52
9Erie PhilpottUncle Jenkins And The Bear2:35
10Norman Hamilton Church Invitation And Closing Hymn, "Coming Home"6:45
11Free Hill Church Of Christ Congregation Led By Rose PageAn Empty Mansion3:50
12Herman BurrisUncle Bob Riley Steals The Turkey2:50
13Free Hill Church Of Christ Congregation Led By Bobby BartlettHold On To God's Unchanging Hand3:55
14 Side Two: Sacred
15Rose PagePrayer1:50
16Dave Savage Uncle Bob Riley Steals The Chicken1:05

Credits

  • Recorded ByElizabeth Peterson , Tom Rankin

Notes

"Free Hill, Tennessee, a small, rural Black community founded by freed slaves prior to the Civil War, ..."

20-page booklet included

All recordings from 1983, except B5

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label Matrix): NR16266-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label Matrix): NR16266-2

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Tennessee Folklore Society
  • Remastered At – Country Music Foundation

Info

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Various - Free Hill: A Sound Portrait Of A Rural Afro-American Community mp3

Performer: Various

Title: Free Hill: A Sound Portrait Of A Rural Afro-American Community

Country: US

Release date: 1985

Label: Tennessee Folklore Society

Style: Education, Religious, Spoken Word, Field Recording, Sermon, Gospel

Catalog: TFS-107

Genre: Blues / AudioFiles / Country

Size MP3: 2987 mb

Rating: 4.8 / 5

Votes: 842

Record source: Vinyl, LP, Album

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