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    • Chimes, 1943

    • Berea College -- Students -- Yearbooks; College Yearbooks
    • This year's annual is dedicated to the college's Labor Program. Berea gained an international student in the Upper Division this year: Thomas M. Okuma from Honolulu, Hawaii. The International Relations Organization split into three groups this...
    • Take Me Back To Renfro Valley

    • (Radio Program); Radio Programs--Kentucky; Country Music--Renfro Valley Barn Dance Kentucky; Country Musicians--Kentucky; WLW (Radio Station: Cincinnat, Ohio); Take Me Back To Renfro Valley; Foley, Red;
    • Song sung by Red Foley on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance originating from Renfro Valley, Kentucky over Cincinnati radio station WLW 11-18-39.
    • She's Got Something There

    • African American Music--Virginia; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; She's Got Something There;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • John Jackson's Breakdown

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; John Jackson's Breakdown; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • Keys To the Highway

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; Keys To the Highway; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • Police Dog Blues

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; Police Dog Blues; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • Red Lips

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; Red Lips; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • When You and I Were Young Maggie; Cindy;

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; When You and I Were Young Maggie; Cindy; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Songs sung and played on Banjo by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • Your Cheatin' Heart

    • African American Music--Virginia; Piedmont Blues; Guitar Music--Virginia; Blues Music--Virginia; Jackson, John; Your Cheatin' Heart; Mountain Heritage Folk Festival;
    • Song sung and played on guitar by John Jackson at the 1976 Mountain Heritage Festival in Carter County, Kentucky.
    • I Belong To This Band  (Ragan)

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; I Belong To This Band (Ragan);
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Ninety-Fifth Psalm

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Lord, Revive Us

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Am I A Soldier of the Cross

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Am I A Soldier of the Cross;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Amazing Grace

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Amazing Grace;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • As Down A Lone Valley (Murillo's Lesson)

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; As Down A Lone Valley (Murillo's Lesson);
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Blow Ye The Trumpet

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Blow Ye The Trumpet;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Give Me Just A Little More Time

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Give Me Just A Little More Time;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • How Long, Dear Saviour

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; How Long O Lord;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • Lord Have Mercy

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; Lord Have Mercy;
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.
    • We Will All Shout Together (Sweet Morning)

    • African American Shape Note Singing--Alabama; Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers; Symposium on Rural Hymnody; We Will All Shout Together (Sweet Morning);
    • Hymn sung by the Wiregrass Sacred Harp Singers (Ozark Alabama) during the Symposium on Rural Hymnody at Berea College 4-28-79.

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