American Folksongs of Protest

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Appendix
Songs of Social and Economic Protest on Records
AIN'T IT HARD TO BE A RIGHT BLACK NIGGER? James (Iron Head) Baker , Central state farm, Sugarland, Tex. Library of Congress, Archive of American Folk Song* 202 B1, 617 B2, 721 B1 and B2.
AIN'T THIS A MEAN WORLD TO LIVE IN? Four unidentified Negroes, Belle Glade, Fla. L of C, AAFS 374 B.
AIN'T WORKIN' SONG. Charley Campbell, State docks, Mobile, Ala. L of C, AAFS 1336 B2.
ALL OUT AND DOWN. Huddie Ledbetter (Leadbelly). Melotone 0314.
ATOMIC ENERGY. Sir Lancelot. Charter 102.
BAD HOUSING BLUES. Josh White. Keynote album 107 ( "Southern Exposure").
BALL AND CHAIN BLUES. Unidentified Negro convict, State penintentiary, Nashville, Tenn. L of C, AAFS 178 A2.
BALLAD OF F.D.R. Tom Glazer and group. Asch albumb 200.
BEANS, BACON, AND GRAVY. Gladys Matilda, and Juanita Crouch, St. Louis, Mo. L of C, AAFS SR 43.
THE BEGGAR DREW NIGH. Mrs. Vera Kilgore, Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tenn. L of C, AAFS 2938 B4.
BEN BUTLER. Mrs. A. G. Griffin, Newberry, Fla. L of C, AAFS 955 A4.
BIG ROCK CANDY MOUNTAINS. Harry (Mac) McClintock. Victor 21704.
BLOWIN' DOWN THIS ROAD. Woody Guthrie. Victor album P 27 ( "Dust"> Bowl Ballads").
BOSS MAN, I AIN'T WORKIN' FOR YOU. Victoria Wilson, New Bight, Cat Island, Bahamas. L of C, AAFS 413 A1.
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Hereafter abbreviated L of C, AAFS

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