Ease back. The following is a journey through the rich musical culture of the American South – from Louisiana jazz and gospel to R&B, folk and blues forging a path from Mississippi to North Carolina.

I’m Gonna Live Anyhow Until I Die :: A Medley

Percy Mayfield – Louisiana
Mahalia Jackson – Abraham, Martin and John
Sidney Bechet – Basin Street Blues
Solomon Burke – Meet Me In Church
The Soul Stirrers – That’s Heaven To Me
The Five Royales – Women About To Make Me Go Crazy
The Climates – No You For Me
Traditional – Steal Away
Brother James Anderson – I’m Tired, My Soul Needs Resting
E.C. Ball & Lacey Richardson – Tribulations
John Fahey – Lord Have Mercy
Emma Hammond – Shout Lula
Hobart Smith – The Devil’s Dream
Mississippi John Hurt – Since I’ve Laid My Burden Down
Canray Fontenot – Les Plats Sont Tous Mis Sur La Table
Michael Hurley – Jole’ Blon
United Sacred Harp Convention – The Last Words of Copernicus

Previously: Fais Do-Do: Volume 1 & Volume 2 // Maison Dufrene – A Mixtape

5 Responses to “I’m Gonna Live Anyhow Until I Die…A Medley”

  1. Damn, this Dufrense is doing it down in humid Charleston, SC today! Is there anywhere else I can follow him?

    – a

  2. @AJ – yup, check his page, here: http://platterplaylists.tumblr.com/

  3. y’all don’t suck at making these mixes. thank you.

  4. That’s just … it’s just … it’s … sigh. Yes.

  5. […] This mix from Aquarium Drunkard of old songs from the south is the best mix I’ve heard in forever. Go get it. […]

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