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Listen NowTitleFile NumberSubjectsRecording DateAlt TitleGenresInstrumentsCitiesCountiesStateSettingEditor NoteTechnical NoteOnline Resources
Just A Closer Walk With Thee6621A57-23-1942,

Rev. Martin gives his address, and Lomax announces that the song was sung from page two of the National Baptist Song Special, printed by the Goodwill Singers, Nashville.

Crying Holy Unto the Lord (Woe Unto Your Soul)6621A67-23-1942,
Hold the Wind (#1)6621B17-23-1942,
Hold the Wind (#2)6621B27-23-1942,

Followed by discussion of his learning the song, its religious connotations, and its origins.

Where Shall I Be When the First Trumpet Sounds6624B1, 7-23-1942

Followed by discussion of the song. Rev. Martin was from Christian Springs, MIss.; Ms. Johns was from Alligator, Miss.

Motherless Children6624B2, 7-23-1942

A fragment sung at Lomax’s request. Does not appear in AFS catalog.

I'm Going Home On the Morning Train6624B3, 7-23-1942Get Right Church
A Charge to Keep I Have6624B4, , 7-23-1942, ,
Discussion of funeral customs6625A17-23-1942

Continued on 6625B2.

Disc begins too fast, slows down to appropriate pitch by band’s end, when Lomax says he needs to get his “machine going a little better.”

Sermon on Job6625A27-23-1942,

SC to -0.72 / 95.9%

Shine On Me6625B1, 7-23-1942, ,

Identified as “Must Jesus Bear the Cross Alone” on AFS card. Two performances interspersed by discussion of varieties of Watts metered hymns – common, short, fast.

Discussion of funeral customs (continued)6625B27-23-1942

Continued from 6625A1.

Internal speed fluctuation.