Get all 11 Alan Lomax Archive releases available on Bandcamp and save 25%.
Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality downloads of Music for Work and Play: Carriacou, Grenada 1962, Singing At the Ship Inn: Alan Lomax's 1953 Blaxhall Recordings, Fred McDowell: The Alan Lomax Recordings, Sid Hemphill: The Devil's Dream (The 1942 Library of Congress Recordings), United Sacred Harp Convention: The Alan Lomax Recordings, 1959, I'm Gonna Live Anyhow Until I Die: Alan Lomax's "Southern Journey," 1959–1960, I'll Be So Glad When the Sun Goes Down: Alan Lomax's "Southern Journey," 1959–1960, I'll Meet You On That Other Shore: Alan Lomax's "Southern Journey," 1959–1960, and 3 more. , and , .
Alan Lomax Archive
Alan Lomax (1915–2002) was a documentarian, ethnologist, cultural activist, and arguably the foremost folklorist of the 20th century. Over his seven-decade career he collected thousands of audio recordings of folk and traditional music from around the US and the world, and dedicated himself to the pursuit of what he called "cultural equity." 100% of proceeds go to the Assoc. for Cultural Equity.
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