Film, Video Phil Wiggins and Corey Harris
About this Item
- Phil Wiggins and Corey Harris
- Contributor Names
- Wiggins, Phil (performer)
- Harris, Corey (performer)
- Patton, Charley -- 1891-1934 (composer)
- Taj Mahal (Musician) (composer)
- Harris, Corey (composer)
- Created / Published
- Library of Congress, 2009.
- Subject Headings
- - Blues (Music)
- - African Americans
- - Colorado
- - Washington (D.C.)
- - contemporary america (1945-present)
- - Songs and Music
- - Forms part of Legends and Legacies: A Concert and Symposium Celebrating Joe Wilson and the NCTA Collection (source)
- - The first portion of this video is instrumental. The song, "Pony Blues" composed by Charley Patton begins at 5:50 minutes, followed by "Everybody Got to Change Sometime" composed by Taj Mahal and "Lynch Blues" composed by Correy Harris. (Content)
- - 4:3
- videorecording ; 17 min
- American Folklife Center
- LC Classification
- AFC 2009/028
- Online Format
- videorecording | videorecording ; 17 min | Forms part of Legends and Legacies: A Concert and Symposium Celebrating Joe Wilson and the NCTA Collection (Source). The first portion of this video is instrumental. The song, "Pony Blues" composed by Charley Patton begins at 5:50 minutes, followed by "Everybody Got to Change Sometime" composed by Taj Mahal and "Lynch Blues" composed by Correy Harris. (Content). 4:3 Videorecording (Form).
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- METSXML Record
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Chicago citation style:
Wiggins, Phil, Corey Harris, Charley Patton, Taj Mahal, and Corey Harris. Phil Wiggins and Corey Harris. Library of Congress, 2009. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197123/. (Accessed September 26, 2017.)
APA citation style:
Wiggins, P., Harris, C., Patton, C., Taj Mahal & Harris, C. (2009) Phil Wiggins and Corey Harris. Library of Congress. [Video] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197123/.
MLA citation style:
Wiggins, Phil, et al. Phil Wiggins and Corey Harris. Library of Congress, 2009. Video. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <https://www.loc.gov/item/ihas.200197123/>.