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Virginia Traditions: Non-Blues Secular Black Music

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01
I Wish to the Lord I'd Never Been Born
Artist: Leonard Bowles and Irvin Cook
3:13
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I Used to Work on the Tractor
Artist: Jimmie Strothers
1:26
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Come, Let's March
Artist: Daniel Womack
3:41
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Casey Jones
Artist: Isaac Curry
2:02
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Cripple Creek
Artist: Uncle Homer Walker
2:02
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Reno Factory
Artist: Marvin Foddrell
2:14
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Buckdance
Artist: Sanford L. Collins
1:00
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Bile Them Cabbage Down
Artist: Lewis Hairston
2:46
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John Henry
Artist: John Cephas
5:30
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Fox Chase
Artist: James Applewhite
1:06
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Railroad Bill
Artist: Turner Foddrell
3:26
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Hop Along Lou
Artist: John Lawson Tyree
1:13
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The Cuckoo Bird
Artist: John Calloway
1:44
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Poor Farmers
Artist: Lemuel Jones
1:13
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Tennessee Dog
Artist: Jimmie Strothers
1:56
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Poor Black Annie
Artist: Clayton Horsley
1:47
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Eve
Artist: Clarence Waddy
3:19
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Old Blue
Artist: Irvin Cook
1:31
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Medley of Country Dance Tunes
Artist: John Jackson
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Cotton-Eyed Joe
Artist: Lewis Hairston
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