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    • Betty and Dupree

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • John Jackson sings and plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County. John seems to call Dupree, 'Preedu'.
    • Roustabout (talking)

    • Blues music; Mouth organs; Accordions; Interviews;
    • John Tolliver talks with Kip Lornell about playing songs on the harmonica and accordion. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, ...
    • John Henry

    • Accordions; ;
    • John Tolliver plays a tune on the accordion. Hiawatha Giles is also present and can be heard. John is visiting his family in Nelson County. He has moved to Washington D.C. John and his cousin, Frank, learned accordion from their uncle, Frank...
    • big hog

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about an enormous pig to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • hunting without ammuntition

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about an unlikely hunting trip to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • I Need Somebody

    • Blues music; Guitars; Pianos; Singing; Mouth organs;
    • John E. Tinsley plays guitar and sings with his son, John W. Tinsley, on the piano, and J.P. Young on the harmonica. This takes place in his home in Franklin County, Virginia.
    • When I'm Dead and Gone

    • Blues music; Guitars; Pianos; Singing;
    • John E. Tinsley plays guitar and sings with his son, John W. Tinsley, on the piano. This takes place in his home in Franklin County, Virginia.
    • Lonesome Worried Blues

    • Blues music; Guitars; Pianos; Singing; Mouth organs;
    • John E. Tinsley plays guitar and sings with his son, John W. Tinsley, on the piano, and J.P. Young on the harmonica. This takes place in his home in Franklin County, Virginia.
    • ghosts and walnuts

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about a tornado ghost to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • vaccinations in the precinct

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about a medical misunderstanding to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Gabriel's horn

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about a church prank to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • preacher in the haunted house

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about a preacher and a snake to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Kansas City Blues

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • John Jackson sings and plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Red Lips

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • John Jackson sings and plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • hambone, circle games (talking)

    • Clapping rhymes;
    • Cora and John Jackson talk about hambone with Kip Lornell during an interview. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County. John demonstrates his clapping.
    • late night preacher

    • Storytelling;
    • John Jackson tells a story about a disliked preacher to Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Brown Skin Woman Blues

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • John Jackson sings and plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Frankie and Johnny

    • Guitars; Blues music; Singing;
    • John Jackson sings and plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.
    • Sally in the Garden Sifting Sand

    • Guitars; Square dancing;
    • John Jackson plays guitar for Kip Lornell during an interview. John's wife, Cora Jackson, is also present. John was born in Rappahannock County, Virginia, and moved to Fairfax County.

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