Produced and digitally mastered by Steve Grauberger, this CD contains 20 songs that represent a broad definition of African American "spirituals." Cover art by Bethanne Bethard Hill.
Compiled by Joyce Cauthen. CD features live performances from the sampler stage at Birmingham’s City Stages festival. Includes blues, bluegrass, Sacred Harp singing, gospel, railroad calls, and more.
This CD features beautifully re-mastered selections of rare Sacred Harp recordings made in 1927 in Birmingham and 1928 in Richmond, Indiana, by five expert singers from Birmingham and Moody, Alabama.
BOOK containing scholarly essays on Benjamin Lloyd's Primitive Hymns accompanied by a compact disc featuring 20 recordings of hymns sung by Primitive Baptists in Alabama (NOT THE HYMN BOOK).
Bullfrog Jumped, Children’s Folksongs from the Byron Arnold Collection is a CD. For lesson plans, history of the songs, and other resources, visit the 'Education" page on the AFA web site.
Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy: Historical Alabama Field Recordings from the Byron Arnold Collection of Traditional Tunes. Note**Audio Cassette with booklet.
CD with recordings of the African American Sacred Harp singers from rural southeast Alabama.
Book with essays on shaped-note singing, Dr. Watts hymns, Psalm singing, bluegrass gospel, a capella gospel quartets, moaning, and more. Packaged with CD providing examples of various genres.
CD produced in 1998 that features recordings of one of Jefferson County's African American gospel quartets still singing the traditional a cappella style.
This 160-page hardbound book with CD tells the story of Judge Jackson of Ozark, Alabama, who in 1934 published a small book of religious songs written by and for African American shape-note singers.
OUT OF CDs -- We have cassette tapes for $10.00. Possum Up a Gum Stump: Home Field and Commercial Recordings of Alabama Fiddlers compiled into a CD.
The CD or cassette includes tales and songs recorded in Livingston, Alabama in 1961. Produced by Alan Brown.
This CD contains recordings of shape-note singing by a community of African American singers, writers, and composers from the Wiregrass or southeast region of the state of Alabama.
The Spiritualaires CD contains recordings of a gospel quartet group from Hurtsboro, Alabama.
The first CD in the Alabama Center for Traditional Culture's Millennium Series, produced by Steve Grauberger. Music includes children's games, work songs, sacred music, fiddle tunes, blues, and other.