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Look How They Done My Lord - Dock Reed, Vera Hall Ward* - Spirituals With Dock Reed And Vera Hall Ward (Vinyl)

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  1. Listen to Prayer on Spotify. Dock Reed · Song ·
  2. This album is the fifth in a series of volumes dedicated to " American negro music," showcasing spirituals performed by Dock Reed () and Vera Hall Ward (). Reed was a deeply religious man whose repertoire was stayed within spiritual music rather than secular or " sinful" songs. Ward was Reed’s cousin, and both worked in manual labor (Reed in agriculture, Ward in house work).
  3. Adell “Vera” Hall Ward was born around the turn of the century in Payneville, just outside of Livingston in Sumter County, to Agnes and Efron “Zully” Hall. In a interview with the ethnomusicologist Alan Lomax, Hall recalled her mother as the disciplinarian of the bentchiseluperdicalidelistsamqui.co learned some of her first songs from her parents. In the same interview, Hall noted that her mother’s.
  4. "Job, Job", sung by Dock Reed and Vera Hall "Sugar Land, Texas: Convict Songs from a Texas Prison" Excerpts from: "Pick a Bale of Cotton", sung by James (Iron Head) Baker, Will Crosby, R. D. Allen, and Mose (Clear Rock) Platt.
  5. Negro Folk Music of Alabama, Vol. 5: Spirituals, an Album by Dock Reed & Vera Hall Ward. Released in on Folkways (catalog no. FE ; Vinyl LP). Genres: A cappella, Spirituals.
  6. Feb 07,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Look How They Done My Lord · Vera Hall and Dock Reed Spirituals with Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward ℗ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings /
  7. Spirituals with Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward フォーマット: Look how they done my Lord () 6. Job job ().
  8. Spirituals with Dock Reed and Vera Hall Ward Dock Reed Singer/Songwriter ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on 3 Where the Sun Will Never Go Down Dock Reed 4 Troubled Lord I'm Troubled 5 Look How They Done My Lord 6 Job Job 7 What Month Was Jesus Born In? Vera Hall Ward 8 Somebody's Talking About Jesus.

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