Steamboatin' days, folk songs of the river packet era [by] Mary Wheeler.


Baton Rouge, La., Louisiana state university press, 1944.

Location Call Number Status Consortium Loan
American
Music Library, Katzen Arts Center
M1670.W5 S8 Available Request
Catholic
Mullen Library stacks Music
M1670.W56 S7 Available Request
Subjects African Americans -- Music.
Description x, 121 p. illus., music. 27 cm.
Notes Melodies unaccompanied.
Contents Captain Jim Rees an' the Katie.--I'm wukin' my way back home.--Ida Red.--Oh, when I git my new house done.--Stavin chain.--Po' shine.--Katie an' the Jim Lee had a little race.--She leaves Memphis.--Vicksburg 'round the bend.--Duke see the tie pile.--Skinner, Skinner, you know the rule.--Master had a bran new coat.--God dawg my lousy soul.--I'm the man that kin raise so long.--Carryin' sacks.--I'm goin' down the rivuh befo' long.--I'm goin' up the rivuh.--I wuz borned on the rivuh.--Oh, Annie, oh!.--Down the rivuh, down, boys.--B'y' Sara burned down.--The gold dust fire.--John Gilbert.--The Joe Fowler blues.--I'm goin' down the rivuh.--Golden City.--Ferd Herold blues.--I'm Alabama bound.--Katie an' the Jim Lee had a race.--I am waitn' on the levee.--Soundings (The song of the leadsman).--I come up out uv Egypt.--Red Sea.--Gabriel's trumpet.--Jesus nevuh come in the mornin'.--This ole worl' ain't goin' to stan' much longer.--Is yo' lamps gone out?.--Where wuz you las' night?.--Ain't got no place to lay my head.--Ohio Rivuh, she's so deep an' wide.--Uphead an' scatter, boys.--Alberta, let yo' hair hang low.--Come on, my Pink, an' tell me what you think.--Careless love.--Come, love, come, the boat lies low.--Rowdy soul.--Uncle Bud.--Take yo' time.--Stacker Lee, no.1.--Stacker Lee, no.2.--Stacker Lee, no.3.--Been all aroun' the whole roun' world'.--Early in the mornin'.--Devil.--Late one night.--Beefsteak when I'm hongry.--Big boat's up the rivuh.--I'm goin' down the rivuh, baby.--I'm goin' to ship on the Mike Davis.--The Kate Adams.--The Macombrey Queen.--My man's up the rivuh.--On the banks uv the ole Tennessee.--The po' ole slave.--Woman, woman, I seen yo' man.--You talk about yo' greenbacks.
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(OCoLC)926575
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