|a_s1576_01_c77-005b||Annie Coleman interview||Sound||Interviews|
Annie Coleman interview
- One audio cassette. The interview is difficult to hear. Coleman discusses her life and quilting.
|Richard Williams interview & performance||Richard Williams interview & performance||sound||Interviews|
Richard Williams interview & performance
- Two audio cassettes. The interviewers ask Williams about his early musical influences, his background, his experiences working in phosphate mines and logging camps as a youth; and Williams talks of how workers played music and played cards at night at turpentine camps. On the second tape, he continues the interview, and plays a few songs. See also reels T78-328, T78-329, T81-19 and T83-65 through T83-69, in S 1576, for additional interviews and music performances by Williams and Ella Mae Wilson, also recorded by Devane and Bulger.
|a_s1576_04_c80-021||Compilation of recordings by the Williams Family & Johnny Brown from the Florida Record Project||Sound||Music -- Performance|
Shape note singing
Compilation of recordings by the Williams Family & Johnny Brown from the Florida Record Project
- One audio cassette. Williams, Ella, and Lilly were recorded in Newberry on 27 May 1978; Brown was recorded in St. Petersburg on 10 May 1978; and the shape note singers were recorded in Crestview on 18 May 1980. (For the full recording of the shape note singers, see S 1576, reels T83-82 through T83-85.) These were field recordings from the Florida Record Project. That project, along with work for the North Florida Project, resulted in the two-album recording, Drop On Down in Florida, an exploration of African American musical styles in Florida.
|Quilter Annie Coleman||Quilter Annie Coleman||Still Image||Quiltmakers|