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    • Keeper of My Soul, The

    • Singing; Spirituals; Radio; Accordions;
    • Rev. Barney Pierce and Rev. Ora Evans sing a Christian gospel song. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax).
    • Where Could I Go But to the Lord

    • Singing; Spirituals; Radio; Accordions;
    • Rev. Barney Pierce and Rev. Ora Evans sing a Christian gospel song. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax).
    • Endless Day

    • Singing; Spirituals; Radio; Accordions;
    • Rev. Barney Pierce and Rev. Ora Evans sing a Christian gospel song. This was possibly broadcast on Dewey Hill's radio program on WPAQ (Mt. Airy) or WBOB (Galax).
    • Barney McCoy

    • Celebration of Traditional Music--Berea College; CTM-88;
    • Musical performance at the 1988 Berea College Celebration of Traditional Music
    • East Bound Train

    • Guitars; Singing; Railroads;
    • Spud Gravely plays guitar and sings a railroad song. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place.
    • Harmon Jamboree

    • Guitars; Singing;
    • Spud Gravely plays guitar and sings a song he wrote for a Jamboree at the Harmon Auction house. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place. Listen...
    • Harmon Jamboree (talking)

    • Interviews; Guitars;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about the Harmon Jamboree, Butch Robbins, the Grand Ole Opry. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place. Listen to Spud singing...
    • Muddy Mississippi Water Blues (talking)

    • Guitars; Singing; Blues music; Interviews;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about the song he just sang. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place. Listen to Spud playing Muddy Mississippi Water Blues:...
    • reading Braille (talking)

    • Interviews;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about the logistics of reading and writing Braille. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place.
    • Spud's life (talking)

    • Guitars; Singing; Interviews;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about his music and his life. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place.
    • Spud Boogie

    • Guitars;
    • Spud Gravely plays a guitar tune he wrote. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place.
    • unaccompaniment (talking)

    • Singing; Interviews;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about singing without musical instruments, and his visits to nursing homes. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place.
    • Train #9

    • Guitars; Singing; Railroads;
    • Spud Gravely plays guitar and sings a song about a train wreck. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place.
    • George Allen

    • Guitars; Ballads;
    • Spud Gravely plays guitar and sings a ballad. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place.
    • old songs, Green Top Hillbillies (talking)

    • Bands; Interviews;
    • Spud Gravely talks with Blanton Owen about George Collins, Floyd Collins, Little Mary Peggins, and his old band. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview takes place.
    • Gay Caballero

    • Guitars; Singing; Humor;
    • Spud Gravely plays guitar and sings a song he heard Don Reno and the Tennessee Cutups perform. He is almost completely blind. Spud was born in Wythe County and moved to Carroll County, where this interview with Blanton Owen takes place.

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