by John Wesley Work, Lewis Wade Jones et al.
November 24, 2005 A new book uncovers the research of John Work, who accompanied folklorist Alan Lomax on a trip to the Mississippi Delta in the early 1940s. They documented the music heard in churches, blues joints and cotton fields of the South.
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