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Janie Origins: History of 'Run, Come See Jerusalem' (49) RE: History of 'Run, Come See Jerusalem' 15 Mar 17


Here is a recording by Jon Roberts, et. al. Made in 1959, and fairly recently available on youtube.
Jon Roberts, H. Brown and Charles Wallace, Music of the Bahamas, Vol. 2:

full album name, which won't fit in the linkmaker, is "Music of the Bahamas, Vol. 2: Anthem, Work Songs and Ballads. Pytoria (Run, Come See Jerusalem) John Roberts, H. Brown, and Charles Wallace

Music of the Bahamas, Vol. 2: Anthems, Work Songs and Ballads

℗ 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1959 Folkways Records

Released on: 1959-01-01


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