Parallel Anthology Track 51

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Icon Public Domain.jpg Track 51: Bascom Lamar Lunsford - Dry Bones   Brunswick 231; Recorded in Ashland, Kentucky,  February 1928

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The Where Dead Voices Gather blog quotes Lunsford as saying:

The title of this spiritual is "Dry Bones." It was known in our section after the visiting of a great Negro preacher who came to that section, was a powerful pulpit orator and a devoted man, and his name was Romney. And he preached a sermon on the "dry bones of the valley." I first heard this sung by Fletcher Rhymer in the community near Alexander in Buncombe County, North Carolina.

This seems to be a reasonably good basis for treating this composition as public domain.

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