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Old Mother Hippletoe; rural and urban children's songs
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : New World Records NW 291.
Physical Description:
1 disc. : 33 1/3 rpm. monophonic ; 12 in.
General Note:
Program notes by K. Rinzler and words to songs [8 p.] bound in container.

All hid (Bessie Jones, vocal); I'm runnin' on the river (Three 12-13-year-old girls, vocals); La puerta esta quebrada (Govita Gonzales and group, vocals); Ojibwa war dance song (Albert, Vernon, and James Kingbird, vocals; drum accompaniment); Chariot (Group of girls, vocals).--Dos y dos son cuatro (Alicia Gonzalez, vocal); B-A-Bay (Mrs. A.P. Wilson, vocal); Today is Monday (Mississippi schoolchildren, vocals).--Mister Rabbit (Susie Miller and two boys, vocals); Old John the rabbit; Rabbit (Four girls, vocals).--Rabbit in the pea patch (Angie Clark, vocal); Old grandpaw yet (Mrs. Nell Hampton, vocal); Roxie Anne (Samuel Clay Dixon, vocal).--Go to sleep, little baby (Lester Powell, vocal); Dors, dors, 'tit bebe (Barry Ancelet, vocal); Come up, horsey (Vera Hall, vocal).
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Frog went a-courtin' (Almeda Riddle, vocal); Old Mother Hippletoe (J.D. Dillingham, vocal); Robin Hood and the peddler (Carrie Grover, vocal); Bobby Halsey (E.C. Ball?, vocal and fiddle).--Round to Maryanne's (Kenneth Atwood, vocal); Diez perritos (Arseño Rodriguez, vocal and guitar); Little Sally Water (Pearl R. Nye, vocal); Je me suis mis-t-à courir (Sabry Guidry, vocal); Jim Crack Corn (Alec Dunforn, vocal).--Little rooster (Almeda Riddle, vocal); Oh, blue (Thelma, Beatrice, and Irene Scruggs, vocals); The gray goose (Washington (Lightnin'), vocal).--Untitled fife tune with clapping accompaniment (Ed Young, cane fife; Bessie Jones and Georgia Sea Islanders, clapping); Apple tree song (Lonnie Pitchford, vocal and one-string "guitar"); Catfish (Joe Patterson, vocal and panpipe).--Sally died; Ronald McDonald; George Washington; Bump, bump, bump; Salome; Zoodiac; Zing-zing-zing (Schoolchildren from Washington, D.C., vocals).--Think; Your left; Cheering is my game; Hollywood now swingin'/Dynomite (Barbara Borum and other schoolgirls from Washington, D.C., vocals).
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Music LP


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