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Florida Folksong - [Joe Mows]

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Description:
Alternate Title: Joe Mows, Witches and Hants

African Americans spoken Ethnography Music Narratives Interviews Beliefs and superstitions Office of the Aycock & Lindsey Turpentine Camp Cross City, Florida Dixie County

James Byrd, a 30-year-old turpentine worker, describes a "Joe Mow," a good luck item usually including a lodestone which, kept in one's pocket, is said to be helpful in winning at gambling games. It is also known as "Mojo."

Language: English
Duration: 1 Minute, 15 Seconds
Performer: : Byrd, James Performer: Byrd, Bill Performer: Byrd, Joe

Additional Information

Item ID:
45509971
Usage:
Commercial
Loops:
No
Cleared for Sampling:
No
P.R.O. Track:
No
Publisher:
N/A
Composer:
N/A
Sample Rate:
22050
Bytes per sec:
44100
Bits Per Sample:
16

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