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  • Album: Sorrow Come Pass Me Around (A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music)
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  • Released: 1975
  • Country: US
  • Style: Country Blues, Gospel
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Various - Sorrow Come Pass Me Around (A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music) album flac

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A1 Ephram Carter And His Fife & Drum Band Sorrow, Come Pass Me Around
Bass Drum – Floyd BusseyDrum [Kettle Drum] – James Jones Fife – J.W. JonesRecorded By – Cathy Mitchell, David Evans , George Mitchell Vocals – Ephram Carter
A2 Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell Do Remember Me
Recorded By – David Evans Vocals, Guitar – Blind Pete Burrell*
A3 Babe Stovall The Ship Is At The Landing
Recorded By – David Evans , Marc Ryan Vocals, Guitar – Babe Stovall
A4 Annie Lee* And Oscar Crawford With Annie Mae Jones You Don't Know What The Lord Has Done For Me
Alto Vocals [Lead Alto] – Annie Lee CrawfordAlto Vocals [Second Alto] – Annie Mae JonesBass Vocals – Oscar CrawfordRecorded By – Cheryl Evans*, David Evans
A5 Reverend Rubin Lacy* Talk About A Child That Do Love Jesus
Recorded By – Alan Wilson, David Evans , John FaheyVocals – Rev. Rubin Lacy*
A6 Robert "Nighthawk" Johnson Can't No Grave Hold My Body Down
Recorded By – David Evans , Marina Bokelman ShebitzVocals, Guitar – Robert Johnson*
A7 Dorothy Lee, Norma Jean And Shirley Marie Johnson With Robert "Nighthawk" Johnson You Got To Give An Account
Guitar – Robert Johnson*Recorded By – David Evans , Marina Bokelman ShebitzVocals – Dorothy Lee, Norma Jean And Shirley Marie Johnson
A8 Katie Mae Young By The Grace Of My Lord, I've Come A Long Way
Recorded By – Cheryl Evans*, David Evans Vocals – Katie Mae Young
A9 Eddie Lee "Mustright" Jones My Sun Don't Never Go Down
Recorded By – Bill KoonVocals, Guitar – Eddie Lee Jones*
B1 Robert "Nighthawk" Johnson Climbing High Mountains
Recorded By – David Evans , Marina Bokelman ShebitzVocals, Guitar – Robert Johnson*
B2a Chester Davis And Congregation Glory, Glory Hallelujah
Recorded By – Alan Wilson, David Evans , John FaheyVocals – Chester Davis And Congregation
B2b Compton Jones And Group Glory, Glory Hallelujah
Performer [Diddley Bow] – Glen FaulknerPerformer [Pot And Clorox Bottle] – James Davis Recorded By – Cheryl Evans*, David Evans Vocals, Performer [Lard Bucket] – Compton Jones
B2c Furry Lewis Glory, Glory Hallelujah
Recorded By – David Evans Vocals, Guitar – Furry Lewis
B3 Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell A Little Talk With Jesus Makes It Right
Recorded By – David Evans Vocals, Guitar – Blind Pete Burrell*
B4 Pattie Rosemon With Frank And Odie Rosemon I Heard The Voice Of Jesus Say
Performer – Frank And Odie RosemonRecorded By – Cheryl Evans*, David Evans Vocals – Pattie Rosemon
B5 Babe Stovall When The Circle Be Unbroken
Recorded By – David Evans , Marc Ryan Vocals, Guitar – Babe Stovall
B6 Napoleon Strickland Motherless Children
Recorded By – David Evans Vocals, Fife – Napoleon Strickland
B7 Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell I Shall Not Be Moved
Recorded By – David Evans Vocals, Guitar – Blind Pete Burrell*

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Advent Productions
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Advent Productions
  • Mastered At – Artisan Sound Recorders

Credits

  • Design [Jacket And Insert Design] – Michael Faye Associates
  • Photography By [Booklet Photos 2, 4, 5, And 7] – Marina Bokelman Shebitz
  • Photography By [Booklet Photos 3, 6, 8, 10, And 11] – Cheryl T. Evans
  • Producer [Album Production] – Frank Scott
  • Producer [Album Production], Liner Notes, Photography By [Booklet Photos 1 And 9] – David Evans

Notes

"An illustrated booklet is enclosed with full discussion of the music and songs, plus complete lyric transcripts." (12 pages)

A1 recorded in Waverly Hall, Georgia, August 21, 1970.
A2, B3 and B7 recorded in Bogalusa, Louisiana, March 31, 1969.
A3 recorded in New Orleans, Louisiana, January 26, 1966.
A4 recorded in Como, Mississippi, August 29, 1973.
A5 recorded in Ridgecrest, California, February 15, 1966.
A6, A7 and B1 recorded in Skene, Mississippi, August 26, 1967.
A8 and B4 recorded in Senatobia, Mississippi, August 31, 1973.
A9 recorded in Lexington, Georgia, August, 1965.
B2a recorded in Ridgecrest, California, March 18, 1966.
B2b recorded in Senatobia, Mississippi, August 28, 1973.
B2c recorded in Memphis, Tennessee, March 21, 1969.
B5 recorded in Franklinton, Louisiana, January 27, 1966.
B6 recorded in Como, Mississippi, March 25, 1969.

Mastered at Artisan Recorders, Hollywood.

℗Advent Productions, 1975.
©1975, Advent Productions.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Run-Out, Hand-Etched): BCC 107
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Run-Out, Hand-Etched): BCC 108

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DTD-31 Various Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE) Dust-to-Digital DTD-31 US 2013
PT 3001 Various Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music ‎(LP, Comp, RE, RM) Dust-to-Digital PT 3001 US 2013


Music of Gensokyo, 幻想郷の音楽. Arrange of "Song of the Night Sparrow ~ Night Bird" and "Deaf to all but the Song", Mystia Lorelei's Themes.

By The Grace Of My Lord, I've Come A Long Way. –Eddie Lee "Mustright" Jones. My Sun Don't Never Go Down.

That southern gospel, when mixed in with country and blues, became a powerful ingredient in what would become R&B, soul, rock and most of modern pop music, is hardly a secret. It took Saturday night and Sunday morning to put all of that together, so to speak, but gospel music, or spiritual and religious music, anyway, was hardly off limits to blues performers working southern juke joints and rent parties, and church music and the blues spent a lot more time together than most folks realize. This compilation of field recordings proves the point.

This collection, originally released in 1975, is unique from those. Subtitled "A Survey of Rural Black Religious Music", Sorrow Come Pass Me Around contains religious music not recorded in churches, and generally separate from official religious practices.

Various - Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music (Dust To Digital). The so-called 'greatest LP of gospel field recordings ever produced' does a lot to live up to its name. This excellent Dust To Digital album is itself a reissue of a compilation first issued in 1975. 36. Ben UFO - Essential Mix (Broadcast on BBC Radio 1). "Ben Thomson's DJ sets often bring a swift, impact-led mixing style to bear on house, techno and the various strains of mutant, bruk 'n' bass UK techno that have established themselves in recent years. On a club floor his sets somehow manage to be simultaneously considered and raucous, locking into an irresistible four-to-the-floor groove, or knocking you for six with unexpected tangents, old favourites you'd forgotten about or brutally bizarre secret weapons.

Blues Military Brass For children Classical Electronic Folk & World & Country Hip-Hop Jazz Latin Not music Pop Reggae Rock Screen Stage. Various - Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music download free. Label: Dust-to-Digital ‎– PT 3001 Type: Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered Country: US Date of released: 2013 Category: Blues, Folk, World, & Country Style: Country Blues, Gospel. Various - Sorrow Come Pass Me Around: A Survey Of Rural Black Religious Music MP3 version. 2941 downloads at 32 mb/s. A1. –Ephram Carter And His Fife & Drum Band. Sorrow, Come Pass Me Around. Bass Drum – Floyd BusseyDrum – James Jones Fife – . JonesRecorded By – Cathy Mitchell, David Evans, George Mitchell Vocals – Ephram Carter. A2. –Willard Artis "Blind Pete" Burrell.

08 - Katie Mae Young - By the Grace of My Lord, I've Come a Long Wa. lac. 14 - Babe Stovall - When the Circle Be Unbroken. 01 - Ephraim Carter and His Fife & Drum Band - Sorrow, Come Pass Me Around. 02 - 'Blind Pete' Burrell - Do Remember M. 06 - Robert 'Nighthawk' Johnson - Can't No Grave Hold My Body Down. 16 - 'Blind Pete' Burrell - I Shall Not Be Moved. 09 - Eddie Lee 'Mustright' Jones - My Sun Don't Never Go Down.

Sorrow Come Pass Me Around - A Survey of Rural Black Religious Music (Advent, 1975). Bought this great mpilation at Andra Jazz in Stockholm, i think it was the last time i was in this amazing record shop when the previous owner Harald Hult was alive. Haven’t been at Andra Jazz for some time, must go there the next time i visit Stockholm. I heard the record before i bought the original. Dust to Digital released a reissue in 2013. David Evans made the recordings between 1965-1973, he also writes about the music in the booklet.

Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral by Phillis Wheatley, Negro Servant to Mr. John Wheatley, of Boston, in New England (published 1 September 1773) is a collection of 39 poems written by Phillis Wheatley the first professional African-American woman poet in America and the first African-American woman whose writings were published. Phillis Wheatley broke barriers as the first American black woman poet to be published, opening the door for future black authors.

01. Ephram Carter and his Fife & Drum Band - Sorrow, Come Pass Me Around 02. Willard Artis 'Blind Pete' Burrell - Do Remember Me 03. Babe Stovall - The Ship is at the Landing 04. Annie Lee and Oscar Crawford with Annie Mae Jones - You Don't Know What the Lord Has Done for Me 05. Reverend Rubin Lacy - Talk About a Child That Do Love Jesus 06. Robert 'Nighthawk' Johnson - Can't No Grave.