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Station Blues - Othar Turner s Rising Star Fife & Drum Band* - Field Recordings From Gravel Springs, Mississippi (Vinyl)

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  1. 45rpm7" 4-song epOTHAR TURNER'S RISING STAR FIFE & DRUM BAND / FIELD RECORDINGS FROM GRAVEL SPRINGS, MISSISSIPPI, released onSugar Ditch Action Coalition (SDR). Originalinsert included. Regardless of what anyone says, there is no OBJECTIVE standard for grading used records.
  2. Type: Group, Area: United States. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Everybody Hollerin' Goat: Otha Turner and The Rising Star Fife and Drum Band.
  3. Star Fire Events Fri. July Fishtail Inn Bar & Grill @ Calumet County Park pm Sun. Aug. 2- Cedar Shack, Adams pm Sun. Aug. 9- Lighthouse W Gumaer Rd (by the airport) on Shawano Lake pm Sun. Aug. TENTATIVE! Cold Country Vines and Wine E Nuclear Rd. Kewaunee
  4. Tag: Rising Star Fife and Drum Band. Posted on July 29, The Rising Star JuBallLee Takes Over Cherry Place At Waterford. Since the death of the legendary fife and drum musician Othar Turner, his granddaughter Sharde Thomas has done stellar work in preserving that musical tradition.
  5. Veteran bluesman Otha Turner was the last surviving master of the Mississippi back-country fife and drum tradition. He was born in , spending his adult life as a sharecropper in the city of Como, an area several miles northeast of the Delta region which also gave rise to musicians including Fred McDowell, R.L. Burnside, and Junior Kimbrough.
  6. Photographs in the Cheryl Thurber Photographic and Related Materials Collection correspond to field recordings held by David Evans. along Othar Turner's Gravel Springs road Has contact sheet: See Print Box 1, Folder / fife and drum band, Othar Turner on bass drum, Matt Pittman Jr on snare drum.
  7. Exhibition opening with lecture by Dr. Cheryl Thurber and performance by Rising Star Fife and Drum p.m. Reception and exhibition viewing p.m. Lecture p.m. Performance Scenes and sounds of African-American musical traditions from Mississippi will greet visitors to Wilson Library during the opening of a new photographic exhibition in the Pleasants Family .
  8. SD Othar Turner's Rising Star Fife & Drum Band, Field Recordings From Gravel Springs, Mississippi 7" record states incorrectly SD Shimmy She Wobble; Station Blues; My Babe; Oh, When The Saints Go Marching In. SD Hambone's Meditations 7" Ross Johnson: Oh, When The Saints Go Marchin' In Dixie; Hot Monkey: Whole Lotta Shakin'.

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