Johns Island Hunter Kids and Wesley United Methodist Devotional
Library of Congress
Three sessions included in this tape are the conclusion with the Hunter Family children, including a Wesley United Methodist Church devotional on Wednesday of Easter Revival Week, and a recording of an instrumental performance at an unknown location (supposedly on Johns Island). The first session is from the from the April 7, 1970, session of the Hunter Children for the song "Tic Tac." The second session is presumed to be an excerpt of a Wednesday night Easter Revival service at Wesley United Methodist Church of the Johns Island Charge. The session includes "Amazing Grace." The third session is a recording of an unknown instrumental service at an unidentified church on Johns Island. It contains five instrumental spiritual performances from a wind and percussion orchestra.
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Spirituals, instrumental, church music, gospel, children's songs, gullahs, creole dialect, Easter Watch, Hunter Family
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