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    • 8th of January

    • Banjo Music--Kentucky; Slone, Denny; Eighth of January; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Tune played on banjo by Denny Slone and recorded at the Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky 1973.
    • [A.L. Phipps Talks About Family's Musical History]

    • Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Phipps Family Singers; [A.L. Phipps Talks About Family's Musical History];
    • Narrative by A.L. Phipps as part of the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • [Banjo & Percussion Demonstration];

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-80; Holt, David; Banjo music--North Carolina;
    • Tune played on banjo by David Holt at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 11-01-80.
    • [Because He Made Me Whole]

    • Sinclair Sunday Serenade (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WRVK (Radio Station: Renfro Valley, Kentucky); Cash Quartet; Because He Made Me Whole;
    • Song sung by the Cash Quartet on the Sinclair Sunday Serenade broadcast from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over radio station WRVK[1959-1960's].
    • [Bird Song]; Leather Winged Bat

    • Folk Songs--Kentucky; Guitar Music--Kentucky; [Bird Song]; Leather Winged Bat; Mobley, Pleaz; American Folk Song Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by Pleaz Mobley and recorded by Bill Parker at the American Folk Song Festival in Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky In June 1966.
    • [Coffin Stories;]

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-98; Adams, Shelia K.; Coffin Stories; Storytelling--Appalachian Region;
    • Story told by Shelia K. Adams at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-22-98.
    • [Come Back to Sorrento]

    • Hungarian Americans--West Virginia--Music; Cymbalum Music--West Virginia; Fulaytar, Joe; [Come Back to Sorrento];
    • Tune played on cymbalum by Joe Fulaytar at Berea College on 10-25-91.
    • [Comedy Routine]

    • Homer Ledford and the Cabin Creek Band; Kentucky Traditions (Radio Program); WSKV (Radio Station: Stanton, Ky.); Bluegrass Music--Kentucky; Bluegrass Musicians--Kentucky; Radio Programs--Kentucky;
    • Song played and sung by Homer Ledford and the Cabin Creek Band and recorded 02-29-96 as part of the Kentucky Traditions radio program for radio station WSKV in Stanton, Kentucky, Kentucky.
    • [dear friends farewell]

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Jones, Carol Elizabeth & Reynolds, George; ; CTM-85; [dear friends farewell];
    • Performance by Carol Elizabeth Jones & George Reynolds at the 1985 Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music 10-27-85.
    • [He Lives Today]

    • Berea College Black Ensemble; Berea College Black Music Ensemble; Berea College--Students; Berea College. Music Department; African American Songs; [He Lives Today];
    • Performance by the Berea College Black Ensemble (later Black Music Ensemble);
    • [heavenly] Bells;

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; Mainer, Wade; Mainer, Julia; Banjo Music--North Carolina; CTM-88; [heavenly] Bells;
    • Song sung by Wade Mainer at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music. Photo by Marty Godbey in the Marty Godbey Photograph Collection, Berea College Southern Appalachian Archives.
    • [I Have A Lot Of Heaven in My Soul]

    • Sinclair Sunday Serenade (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; WRVK (Radio Station: Renfro Valley, Kentucky); Cash Quartet; I Have A Lot Of Heaven in My Soul;
    • Song sung by the Cash Quartet on the Sinclair Sunday Serenade broadcast from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over radio station WRVK[1959-1960s].
    • [I Have Somebody With Me To Share My Heavy Load]

    • Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Cumberland Valley Folk Music Reunion 1978; Phipps, A.L.; Old Baptist Choir; Southern Gospel Singers; [I Have Somebody With Me To Share My Heavy Load];
    • Gospel song sung unaccompanied by A.L. Phipps and the Old Baptist Choir at the Cumberland Valley Folk Music Reunion in Barbourville, Knox County, Kentucky in 1978.
    • [I Have Started Forthe Kingdom I Am On My Way]

    • Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; McNew Family Singers; Lifeline Hour (Radio Program); WRVK (Radio Station: Renfro Valley, Kentucky; [I Have Started Forthe Kingdom I Am On My Way];
    • Gospel song sung by the McNew family singers of Rockcastle County, Kentucky recorded during the early 1960s.
    • [I'll  Teach You To] Rock Andy;

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-98; Smith, Paul; Hatfield, Bert; [I'll Teach You To] Rock Andy; Fiddle Tunes--Kentucky;
    • Tune played by Paul Smith and bert hatfield at the Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music on 10-23-98.
    • [I'll Tear Down the Walls]

    • Berea College Black Ensemble; Berea College Black Music Ensemble; Berea College--Students; Berea College. Music Department; African American Songs; [I'll Tear Down the Walls];
    • Performance by the Berea College Black Ensemble (later Black Music Ensemble);
    • [Jesus Spoke To Me]

    • Radio Programs--Kentucky; Gospel Music--Kentucky; Gospel Musicians--Kentucky; Southern Gospel Singers; Prichard Quartet; Melody Five; WBVL (Radio Station: Barbourville, Kentucky); Jesus Spoke To Me;
    • Song sung by the Prichard Quartet on radio station WBVL Barbourville, Kentucky, 1958-1959.

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