WORK SONGS
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"... the antiphonal 'leader-and-chorus' patterns which have persisted so strongly in Negro religious song, and in the worksongs, are unfamiliar in the blues vocal as such, but there is a frequently expressed opinion that the use of the 'answering' guitar in some blues traditions is a retention from the custom of leader-and-chorus singing (found in Africa.)"
quoted from Paul Oliver at:
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List of work songs:
1.  Prettiest Train the song "22" and group chopping weeds
2. Rosie the song C.B. and group of 10 men with axes
3. Judy the song Benny Richardson and group crosscutting
4. Julie the song W.D. Alexander and group logging
5. Hammer Ring the song Henry Scott and group crosscutting
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