Various - Oxford American Southern Music Issue No. 17 featuring Georgia album flac
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|1||Cold Sweat (false start)
Performer – James Brown
|2||Watch The Dog That Bring The Bone
Performer – Sandy Gaye
|3||Ohoopee River Bottomland
Performer – Larry Jon Wilson
Performer – Gram Parsons
|5||See See Rider Blues
Performer – Ma Rainey & Her Georgia Jazz Band*
Performer – Precious Bryant
Performer – Jake Xerxes Fussell
Performer – Killer Mike
|9||I Want The Lord To Do Something For Me
Performer – Straight Street Holiness Church Choir*
|10||Sweet Picking Time In Toomsboro, Ga.
Performer – Tut Taylor
|11||Ain't No Chimneys In The Projects
Performer – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
|12||The Living Bubba (live)
Performer – Drive-By Truckers
Performer – Smoke
|14||The Winter Is Coming
Performer – Elf Power
|15||Tried To Be True
Performer – Indigo Girls
Performer – Alice Swoboda
Performer – Bessie Jones
|18||As Bad As I Am
Performer – Ruby The RabbitFoot
|19||I've Got Dreams To Remember (Rougher Dreams)
Performer – Otis Redding
Performer – OutKast
|21||Losesome Atlanta Blues
Performer – Bobby Grant
Performer – Pylon
Performer – Allman Brothers Band*
Performer – Futurebirds
|25||Moon River (1961 demo)
Performer – Henry Mancini, Johnny Mercer
- Mastered At – Osiris Studio
- Manufactured By – Disc Makers – MZJ2690
- Mastered By, Engineer [Audio Restoration] – Michael Graves
- Producer – Maxwell George, The Oxford American
NotesCD included with Oxford American no. 91 - Southern Music Issue no. 17 featuring Georgia, Winter 2015.
For more information please visit OxfordAmerican.org.
CD and sleeve design by Tom Martin (tommartindesign.com) Cover art: "Double Vision" by Marcus Kenney, mixed media on canvas.
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- Mastering SID Code: MZJ2690
- Mould SID Code: IFPI LZ74
From the country blues to early jazz to gospel, soul, metal, rock & roll, hip-hop, and beyond-there isn’t a corner of American music the people of this state haven’t made their own. Within the magazine and across 25 songs on the accompanying CD,.
Mixed Bag Media covered the Oxford American Southern Music Issue Launch at Eddie's Attic in Decatur.
CD included with Oxford American no. 91 - Southern Music Issue no. 17 featuring Georgia, Winter 2015. For more information please visit OxfordAmerican. CD and sleeve design by Tom Martin (tommartindesign. com) Cover art: "Double Vision" (2010) by Marcus Kenney, mixed media on canvas. Mastering SID Code: MZJ2690. Mould SID Code: IFPI LZ74.
3 Oxford American Annual Music Southern Issue Magazine's The Southern Magazine of Good Writing, Rhythm, Essay's, Profiles, Yodling All Issues Covers: Like New Condition (Issue Back Cover has Wear) Pages: Like New, Clean, Crisp Pages No Tears, Creases or Missing Pages Binding: Tight CD's: Very Good - Minor Scratches, Played Once - Plays Like New Cardboard CD Sleeves: Like New to. Very Good Includes Issues: 16 th Annual Southern Music Issue Winter 2014 Featuring The Music of. .
Artist: Various Artists Title Of Album: Oxford American: Southern Music - Collection Year Of Release: 1998-2014 Label: Oxford American Genre: Funk, Soul, Blues, Americana, Pop Rock, Folk, C. The World Don't Owe You Nothing 17 The Gosdin Brothers - There Must Be a Someone (I Can Turn To) 18 G-Side (featuring Sound of Silence) - Huntsville International 19 Eddie Cole & His Gang - Abalabip 20 The Crazy Teens - Crazy Date 21 Reverend Fred Lane with Ron Pate's Debonairs - Rubber Room 22 Baker Knight - My Memories of You 23 Dinah Washington - Cold, Cold Heart 24 Robert Brown And The Sons Of The South - Nobody Knows 25 Sex Clark Five - Red Shift 26 King Britt Presents Sister Gertrude Morgan - Precious Lord Lead Me On 27 Various Artists - Berlin Wall.
Geeshie Wiley & Elvie Thomas – Pick Poor Robin Clean 15. Barbara Dane – You Don't Know Me 16. Tail Dragger – My Head Is Bald 17. Alabama Shakes – Miss You 18. Alexis Zoumbas – Epirotiko Mirologi 19.
However, there is no single "Southern Accent. Rather, Southern American English is a collection of dialects of the English spoken throughout the South. Southern American English can be divided into different sub-dialects, with speech differing between, for example, that of Appalachian region and the coastal "low country" around Charleston, South Carolina. Southern Alabama north of Mobile was settled predominately by large plantation owners and slaves moved west from their original settlements on the coast South Carolina and Georgia. These settlers originally had slave plantations in Barbados and sought to expand their plantation based economy. Significant parts of African-American culture, such as music, literary forms and cuisine, have been rooted in the South but have changed with urban northern and western influences, too. Cuisine.
The Oxford American is a national magazine dedicated to featuring the very best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the South.
The Oxford American’s Southern Music issue includes a double-CD package. The first CD is a mix of Southern music representing a variety of artists and genres, as usually accompanies the magazine’s annual Southern Music issue. The second CD is devoted exclusively to an exploration of music produced in Arkansas or by native Arkansans. Founded in 1992, The Oxford American bills itself as The Southern Magazine of Good Writing. The magazine received the National Magazine Award in 1999 and 2003. Recently, entertainment magazine Paste ranked The Oxford Magazine sixth on its list of 20 Best Magazines of the Decade.
US. Oxford American (magazine of The South). Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation.