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Bernice Reagon; Folk Songs: The South

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Cotton Need A Pickin'
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Hallelu
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Go Tell Aunt Rhodie
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Come An' Go With Me to That Land
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Ol' Po' Sinner
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Sun Will Never Go Down
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Amazing Grace
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Aint It a Shame
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Drinking of the Wine
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The Gray Goose
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Come By Hyar
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Been in the Storm
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Cane on the Brazos
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Soon My Work
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 43:53

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BJR IS sweet honey in the rock!

nickiffrench

In case anyone is confused from that other review, BRJ was founder of Sweet Honey in the Rock and I guess the core member for most of the group's existence ... there's a nice message from her when she left after 30 years here: http://www.sweethoney.com/about/BJR.php

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Bernice Reagon is as sweet as honey in the rock

RayC

First time I heard of Bernice Reagon it was on a Pete Seeger album from the march on Washington. Cotton Needed A'Pickin' was the song that grabbed me. I've been searching for it ever since that old album died. Bernice is a remarkable woman and these songs do her justice. Strong, beautiful and spritual.