Field School for Cultural Documentation: North Mississippi Music Project


Interview with Andrew Robinson and Eddie Goliday, ministers



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Interviewer and Recordist: K. Duvall Osteen. Recorded at Mama Jo's Country Cooking (Oxford, Miss.) To eliminate background, noise, frequency is low. An eruption of laughter is heard over the recording device at several points throughout the interview, from another room. The interview with Pastor Goliday lasted for the first 50 minutes, after which time Pastor Robinson became the primary narrator.

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Gospel music -- Mississippi;

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Field School for Cultural Documentation, North Mississippi Music Project (MUM01725), Archives and Special Collections, University of Mississippi Libraries


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Field Notes: Duvall Osteen

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Field notes: Holly Acey

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