Interview with and music performance by blues musician Moses Williams

Date: March 11, 1980

Source: S1576 , T81-15

Type: Sound

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  • Which Way Did My Baby Go
  • Rolling and Tumbling
  • Catfish Blues
  • Which Way Did My Baby Go
  • Sitting On Top of the World
  • The Train
  • Baby Please Don't Go
  • Apple Farm Blues
  • Unidentified song

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  • One reel to reel recording. Moses Williams was originally from Mississippi. He moved to Florida in the 1950s. He played the diddly bow, a one-string homemade musical instrument, also called a yakedy board.

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