Audio Recordings Just a Jitterbug

Format Audio Recordings
Contributors Cook, Robert
Cook, Robert Harrison
Griffin, James
Kennedy, Stetson
Unidentified Group
Unidentified Performers
Dates 1939
Location Cross City
Florida
United States
Language English
Subjects ['Ethnography', 'Music', 'Jook Songs', 'Dance Songs']
African Americans
Bawdy Songs
Cross City, Florida
Dance Music
Dance Songs
Dixie County
Ethnography
Field Recordings
Jook Songs
Music
Songs
Turpentine Camp
Vocals
Title
Just a Jitterbug
Contributor Names
Griffin, James (performer)
Unidentified performers (performer)
Kennedy, Stetson (collector)
Cook, Robert Harrison (collector)
Kennedy, Stetson (speaker)
Griffin, James (speaker)
Created / Published
Cross City, Florida, 1939-08-01.
Subject Headings
-  African Americans
-  Dance music
-  Bawdy songs
-  United States -- Florida -- Cross City -- place of recording
Genre
Field recordings
Songs
Notes
-  Crew of "The Boys," a 108-foot menhaden (or pogey) fishing boat of Mayport, Florida, commanded by Captain J. C. Willard.
-  Crew of "The Boys," a 108-foot menhaden (or pogey) fishing boat of Mayport, Florida, commanded by Captain J. C. Willard.
-  Shrimphouse workers
-  The singer, a 21-year-old turpentine worker at Putnam Lumber Company, was born in Tennessee. He composed this song.
-  Performance Note: "Just a Jitterbug" (vocals) performed by James Griffin, and an unidentified group at Turpentine Camp, Cross City, Florida, on August 1, 1939.
-  Performer referred to elsewhere as unidentified group
Form
sound recording
sound disc
Extent
1 sound disc (4 minutes, 3 seconds) : analog ; 12 in.
Repository
AFC 1939/013: AFS 03526 A02 DLC-AFC American Folklife Center, Library of Congress
Access Condition
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