- Performer:McIntosh County Shouters
- Title:Spirituals & Shout Songs from the Georgia Coast
- Recording location:Elevated Basement Studio, Savannah, Georgia
- Size FLAC version1270 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1554 megabytes
- Size WMA version1430 megabytes
- Formats:ASF RA APE AUD WMA MP4
Slave Shout Songs from the Coast of Georgia. Wade in the Water: African American Sacred Music Traditions Vol. I-IV. Wade in the Water, Vol. 2: African-American Congregational Singing. Folk Masters: Great Performances Recorded Live at the Barns of Wolf Trap. More The McIntosh County Shouters. Listen to Spirituals and Shout Songs from the Georgia Coast now. Listen to Spirituals and Shout Songs from the Georgia Coast in full in the this site app.
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Album · 1984 · 17 Songs. Spirituals and Shout Songs from the Georgia Coast.
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The McIntosh County Shouters. Slave Shout Songs From The Coast Of Georgia (LP). Ethnic Folkways Library.
It, and its predecessor recording, Slave Shout Songs from the Coast of Georgia (also on ), are valuable documents of the influence of an era long gone, the recent past, and the world as it was right then, at the time of its recording. The noted ethnomusicologist, Art Rosenbaum, the "discoverer" of the Shouters, was involved in the production of both recordings. The first recording, released in 1984, documents the last of the older generation, passing on their insular tradition for the greater good. They were largely folk artists, learning how to take their sacred.
CreditsShane Baldwin - Assistant Engineer
Carla Borden - Editorial Assistant
Brenton Jordan - Leader, Stick, Tambourine
Carla Jordan - Clapping, Shouts
Keisha Martin - Research Assistant
McIntosh County Shouters - Arranger, Primary Artist
Venus McIver - Leader
Lawrence McKiver - Quotation Author
Mary Monseur - Production Manager
Carolyn Palmer - Clapping, Shouts
Freddie Palmer - Leader
Charlie Pilzer - Interviewer, Mastering
Pete Reiniger - Engineer, Interviewer, Mixing
Art Rosenbaum - Annotation, Interviewer, Liner Notes, Producer
Margo Newmark Rosenbaum - Photography
Alberta Sallin - Clapping, Shouts
Huib Schippers - Executive Producer
Daniel E. Sheehy - Executive Producer, Interviewer, Photography, Producer
D.A. Sonneborn - Executive Producer
Carletha Sullivan - Clapping, Leader, Shouts
Visual Dialogue - Art Direction, Design, Layout
|1||Jubilee||McIntosh County Shouters||2:22|
|2||Believer, I Know||McIntosh County Shouters||3:40|
|3||I Come to Tell You||McIntosh County Shouters||4:36|
|4||Walk With Me||McIntosh County Shouters||4:41|
|5||Drive Ol’ Joe||McIntosh County Shouters||3:31|
|6||Went to the Burial/Sinner Weep So||McIntosh County Shouters||5:30|
|7||Blessed Are the Poor in Spirit||McIntosh County Shouters||4:06|
|8||Move, Daniel||McIntosh County Shouters||2:37|
|9||I Won't Turn Back||McIntosh County Shouters||2:37|
|10||Oh, My Loving Mother||McIntosh County Shouters||2:51|
|11||Army Cross Over||McIntosh County Shouters||4:44|
|12||Walk Through the Valley in the Field||McIntosh County Shouters||3:33|
|13||Daniel Saw That Little Stone||McIntosh County Shouters||2:41|
|14||In the Field We Must Die||McIntosh County Shouters||2:36|
|15||Oh, Lord, I Want You to Help Me||McIntosh County Shouters||4:41|
|16||I Wade the Water to My Knees||McIntosh County Shouters||3:07|
|17||This May Be Our Last Time||McIntosh County Shouters||3:30|