Hunter Family and Friends Blues Session, Part 2
Library of Congress
A continuation of the session with Joe Hunter and friends singing the blues on April 11, 1971, on Johns Island, South Carolina. The recording includes "You Don't Know What It Means to be Poor," "Baby, Please Don't Go," "Been in the Storm So Long," "She Been Gone 24 Hours," and "Too Close."
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Spirituals, church music, gospel, gullahs, creole dialect, hymns, Hunter Family, Easter service
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