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Fork Mountain Baptist Church Radio Broadcast

 Collection — Audiotape: 1
Identifier: AppMs-183

Scope and Contents

The 60 minute audiocassette recording is a compilation of excerpts from a local, gospel radio broadcast. Burleson recorded the broadcasts over several Sundays. The particular program and gospel performers are not identified on the recording. The program was likely broadcast from Elizabethton or Carter County vicinity and featured performers from the Fork Mountain Baptist Church in Tiger Valley. Gospel songs are interspersed with commentary and lists of individuals requesting prayer. The musical performances feature male solo and male and female duets accompanied by guitar and mandolin. Some songs are repeated.
Side A: "My God Delivers Again" "Oh, I Love that Man of Galilee" "She'll Never Need a Marker Because Jesus Knows Where She Lays" "My God Delivers Again" "What Will I Leave Behind" "Lord, I Am Ready to Go Home" "You're the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me" "One Day at a Time" "There Is Going to Be a Pay Day" "I Can Almost See the Lights of Home"

Side B: "Too Busy" "What a Beautiful Day for the Lord to Come Again" "These Hands Are Made of Clay" "Oh, I Can Almost See the Lights of Home" "But I Know What the Lord Did for Me" "When I Look Upon His Face" "Walk Down the Streets of Glory and Rest by the Peaceful Shore" "Lord, I Am Ready to Go Home" "One of These Days"

Dates

  • undated

Creator

Conditions Governing Use

Since the songs were collected from radio broadcasts, the recordings may not be duplicated in accordance with U.S. Copyright Law.

Extent

1.00 Items

Language of Materials

English

Method of Acquisition

Ernest Harold Burleson donated the tape to the Archives of Appalachia on July 22, 1983. Burleson recorded the songs on the tape from radio broadcasts over a number of Sundays.

Processing Information

Marie Tedesco completed processing and the tape was made available for research in May 1987. In April 2000, Norma Myers revised the finding aid to the collection.
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Archives of Appalachia Repository

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