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James "Iron Head" Baker and Moses "Clear Rock" Platt were African American traditional folk singers imprisoned in the Central State Prison Farm in Sugar Land, Texas. They are notable for a number of field recordings of work songs and other material made by John Lomax for the Library of Congress Archive of American Folk Music in the 1930s. A number of the recordings have been reissued on 78 rpm, on LP and on CD by the Library of Congress and other record labels.
Band Name Jackie Lomax. Album Name The Ballad of Liverpool Slim. Labels 7th Street Songs. Members owning this album0. 1. Pawn in Your Game. 2. There's a Woman in It Somewhere. 4. Before the Teardrops Start.
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The Ballad Hunter Parts III & IV. 11 tracks. Do you know what kind of music this is? Tag this artist. Goodman, Holmes County, Mississippi, United States (1867 – 1948). John Avery Lomax (September 23, 1867 - January 26, 1948) was an American teacher, a pioneering musicologist, and a folklorist who did much for the preservation of American folk songs. Lomax's son, Alan Lomax continued the work and became a respected musicologist. The Lomax family originally came from England in the 18th century when William Lomax settled in a colony in North Carolina
Recorded by John A. and Ruby T. Lomax. Sermon on j ob. Spoken by Richard Amerson, with moaning by Hettie Godfrey and Li l l ie Polk at Livingston, Alabama, 1940. Recorded by John A. J ob, j ob. Sung by Dock Reed and Vera Hall at Livingston, Alabama, 1940. Part X pick a bale o'cotton. Sung by James (Ir on Head) Baker, Will Crosby, R. D. Al len, and Mose (Clear Rock) Platt at Central State Farm, Sugarland, Texas, 1933. DAT's alright, honey . Sung by J ames (Ir on Head) Baker at Central State Farm, Sugarland, Texas.