Hunter Family Children Singing, Part 2
Library of Congress
Part two of three of the April 10, 1971, session with the Hunter Family children on Johns Island, South Carolina. Recording includes "What the Heck are you Waiting For," "Kumala," "Spend My Money," "I Was Going to Kentucky," "Green Glass," and "Here We Go, Zoodio."
Gullahs--Music;Gullahs--South Carolins--Johns Island--Social life and custom;Spiritual (Songs)--South Carolina--Johns Island--Church music--South Carolina;Sea Islands Creole dialect--South Carolina--Johns Island;Gospel music--South Carolina--Johns Island;Folk music--South Carolina--Johns Island (Island);South Carolina--Johns Island (S.C.)--Religious life and customs;Field recording;Yurchenco, Henrietta;Johns Island (S.C.)
Spirituals, church music, gospel, gullahs, creole dialect, Hunter Family
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