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The Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture: anglo-american ballads, volume 1, Rounder, 1999, Rounder CD 1511.

The Library of Congress Archive of Folk Culture: Negro Work Songs and Calls, Rounder, 1999, Rounder CD 1517.

Black Banjo Songsters of North Carolina and Virginia, Smithsonian Folkways, 1998, SF CD 40079.

Frank Hutchison: Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order – Volume 1, 1926-1929, Document, 1997, DOCD 8003.

Never Let the Same Bee Sting You Twice: Blues, Ballads, Rags and Gospel in the Songster Tradition, Document, 2005, DOCD-5678.

The Minstrel Man From Georgia: Emmett Miller, Columbia/Legacy, 1996, CK66999.

The Original Folkways Recordings of Doc Watson and Clarence Ashley: 1960 through 1962, Smithsonian Folkways, 1994, SF 40029/30.

Stomp and Swerve: American Music Gets Hot, Archeophone, 2003-5, ARCH 1003.

The New Lost City Ramblers: Rural Delivery Number 1, Folkways, 1964, FA 2496.

Are You Bound For Heaven or Hell? The Best of Reverend J. M. Gates, Columbia/Legacy, 2004, CK 65710.

Henry Thomas – Texas Worried Blues: Complete Recorded Works, 1927-1929, Yazoo, 1989, Yazoo 1080/1.

Jimmie Rodgers: The Early Years, 1928-1929, Rounder, 1990, Rounder CD 1057.

Jim Jackson, Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order: Volume 1, 10 October 1927 to 27 August 1928, Document, 1992, DOCD-5114.

Jim Jackson, Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order: Volume 2, 28 August 1928 to February 1930, Document, 1992, DOCD-5115.

Instrumental Music of the Southern Appalachians, Tradition, 1997, TCD 1061.

Blind Lemon Jefferson: King of the Country Blues, Yazoo, 1990, Yazoo 1069.

You Ain’t Talkin’ to Me: Charlie Poole and the Roots of Country Music, Columbia/Legacy, 2005.

Before the Blues: The Early American Black Music Scene – as captured on classic recordings from the 1920s and 30s. Vols. 1, 2 & 3, Yazoo, 1996, Yazoo 2015/6/7.

The Gospel Tradition: The Roots and the Branches, Vol. 1, Columbia/Legacy, 1991, CK 47333.

The Pre-War Gospel Story: 1902-1944, Best of Gospel, no date, Best of Gospel 21.

Dock Boggs: Country Blues, Revenant, 1997, Revenant 205.

Dock Boggs: His Folkways Years 1963-1968, Smithsonian Folkways, 1998, SF 40108.

Good For What Ails You: Music of the Medicine Shows – 1926-1937, Old Hat, 2005, Old Hat CD-1005.

Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music: Volume 4, Revenant/Harry Smith Archives, 2000, RVN 211.

The Rose and the Briar: Death, Love and Liberty in the American Ballad, eds. Sean Wilentz and Greil Marcus, Columbia/Legacy, 2004, CK 92866.

I Come From Old Virginny! Early Virginia Banjo Music 1790-1860: Carson Hudson, Jr., 2003, HD-1.

Charlie Patton: Founder of the Delta Blues, 1929-1934, Yazoo, 1989, Yazoo 1020.

I Belong to This Band: Eighty-Five Years of Sacred Harp Recordings, Dust-to-Digital, 2006, DTD-06.

Carolina Chocolate Drops: Dona Got a Ramblin’ Mind, Music Maker Relief Foundation, 2006, MMCD #76.

Doc Watson, Vanguard Records, 1964, VMD 79152.

Memphis Gospel 1927-1929: The Complete Recorded Works of Sister Mary Nelson, Lonnie McIntorsh, Bessie Johnson in Chronological Order, Document, 1991, DOCD-5072.

Goodbye, Babylon, Dust-to-Digital, 2003, DTD-01.

Art of Field Recording: Volume I, Dust-to-Digital, 2007, DTD-08.

The Blues: A Smithsonian Collection of Classic Blues Recordings, Sony Music Special Products, 1993, RD – 101-1/4.

The Carter Family: In the Shadow of Clinch Mountain, Bear Family, 2000, BCD 15865 LK.

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My Rough and Rowdy Ways: Early American Rural Music, Badman Ballads and Hellraising Songs – Classic Recordings of the 1920s and 30s – Vol. 2, Yazoo, 2004, Yazoo 2040.

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Oxford American: 2003 Southern Music CD No. 6, Oxford American, 2003.

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Get Your Ass in the Water and Swim Like Me: Narrative Poetry From Black Oral Tradition, Rounder, 1998, Rounder CD 2014.

Bob Dylan: The Bootleg Series, Volume 1-3 – [Rare & Unreleased] 1961-1991. Columbia, 1991, C3K 47382.

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Bob Dylan: World Gone Wrong, Columbia, 1993, CK 57590.

Bob Dylan: Live at the Gaslight 1962, Columbia, 2005, A 96016.



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