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This issue contains 17 articles in total
- About the Contributors
- The Special Music Issue CD: Passed Down Things: Liner Notes and Track List
- Wildwood Flowers: The Carter Family
- Aiming for Fame and Riches
- "A Blessing to People": Dorsey Dixon and His Sacred Mission of Song
- Dixie Dewdrop: Uncle Dave Macon
- Give Me That Old-Time Music. . . or Not
- Doc Watson on the Cicada Concert
- Blue Yodeler: Jimmie Rodgers
- "Just a Little Talk with Jesus": Elvis Presley, Religious Music, and Southern Spirituality
- "The South Got Something to Say": Atlanta's Dirty South and the Southernization of Hip-Hop America
- "Where Is the Love?": Racial Violence, Racial Healing, and Blues Communities
- King of the Hillbillies: Hank Williams
- Sidney A. Seidenberg, 1925-2006
- In B.B. King's Words. . .
- "Everything leads me back to the feeling of the blues." B.B. King, 1974
- Front Porch
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