The migration of the folk Negro 1othe cities, started by the hope for better living and schooling, and greater self-respect, quickened by the industrial demands of two world wars is sure to be increased by the new cotton picker and other man-displacing machines.
And such an allegory: They have interests, hobbies, and jobs. The spirituals make an anthology of Biblical heroes and tales, from Genesis where Adam and Eve are in the Garden, picking up leaves, to John's calling the roll in Revelations. Dat's my only son, Lawd, Lawd,dat's my only son. Heaven promised simple satisfactions, but they were of great import to the slaves.
These songs flourished in the hey-day of the packets; today they are nearly lost. A bullet wound was found in the temple of each. Do you cry at the drop of a hat? He was getting a dollar an hour When I was making fifty cents.
Irreverent parodies of religious songs, whether coming from the black-face minstrelsy or from tough-minded cynical slaves, passed current in the quarters. John and Alan Lomax, whose bag of Negro work songs is the fullest, had to go to the penitentiaries, where labor-saving devices were not yet numerous, in order to find the art thriving.
Along the Ohio and Mississippi waterfronts Negro roustabouts created "coonjine" songs, so-called after the shuffling dance over bucking gang-planks in and out of steamboat holds. Then it was six weeks a-finding, and once in the white house, was six weeks a-picking.
The phonograph is common, the television set is by no means unknown, and down at the four corners store, a jukebox gives out the latest jive. Big Bill Broonzy is best known as a blues singer, but in the cotton belt of Arkansas he learned a great deal that sank deep.
What problem are they trying to solve? Everywhere else he is the Bread of the strong and the Bread of angels, but living in Mary he is the Bread of children.
English nonsense refrains appear in songs like "Keemo-Kimo" and "Old Bangum.There’s more scrutiny and expectation placed on female characters than male characters, and at a risk of writing a twenty-paragraph essay about who is to blame for that, let’s just say I think the term ‘strong female character’ is part of the problem.
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