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GUEST,Dougc 30 Jul 02 - 04:57 PM
McGrath of Harlow 30 Jul 02 - 05:13 PM
McGrath of Harlow 30 Jul 02 - 05:25 PM
GUEST,greg stephens 30 Jul 02 - 06:31 PM
Susanne (skw) 04 Aug 02 - 04:23 PM
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Subject: Alan Lomax
From: GUEST,Dougc
Date: 30 Jul 02 - 04:57 PM

A radio programme on Alan Lomax was broadcast on radio 3/4? last saturday. Does anyone have a tape of the programme that I could scrounge a copy of.

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Subject: RE: Help: Alan Lomax
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 30 Jul 02 - 05:13 PM

Read this thread and it's got a link to the BBC website where you can hear the programme for the next few days. (They only keep the archive RealAudio open for seven days from the broadcast.)


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Subject: RE: Help: Alan Lomax radio programme
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 30 Jul 02 - 05:25 PM

Here is the link to that BBC page (the one I gave on that thread seemed not to work too well). You click on where it says "listen to the most recent Archive Hour".


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Subject: RE: Help: Alan Lomax radio programme
From: GUEST,greg stephens
Date: 30 Jul 02 - 06:31 PM

DougC...PM me your address, I'll happily do you a copy if you cant access that computery version mentioned above.


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Subject: RE: Help: Alan Lomax radio programme
From: Susanne (skw)
Date: 04 Aug 02 - 04:23 PM

Interesting review of that programme:

Folk music to me suggests morris dancers and maypoles so last week's Archive Hour: Southern Journeys about the late American folk musicologist Alan Lomax didn't immediately grab me.

Neither did the presenter, Lomax's English lover, the folk singer Shirley Collins, whose lacklustre voice reinforced all my prejudices. So much for packaging. I'm glad I persevered because this was an extraordinary story which could just as easily have been called Voices of the Powerless.

Collins toured the southern states with Lomax in 1959. This was before the Civil Rights Bill and they had to brave the Klan and a bunch of nigger-whipping sheriffs to gain access to the notorious prison farms of the Bible Belt, where Lomax recorded the inmates' original blues music, now part of the American heritage. It was Lomax who first discovered a lifer in Angola Prison, Louisiana, called Huddie Ledbetter.

Huddie's impassioned plea for a state pardon delivered in blues form with guitar accompaniment to the governor worked. Later, with his new name Leadbelly, he became a blues great, along with Muddy Waters and Memphis Slim, two more of Lomax's protégés. Some of the accounts of the prisoners' lives and the way they were treated are horrific. I'm glad it had a happy ending. Medieval history or musical history, radio really does make them real. (Sue Arnold, Observer, 28 July)


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