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01 Leatha Eller: The Heavenly Light Is Shining On Me (2:46)

Lomax film footage, Hiawassee, Georgia, 1982 (unissued)



02 Bukka White: I Am In the Heavenly Way (3:30)

Mississippi Blues (Takoma)



03 Reverend Gary Davis: We Are the Heavenly Father's Children (3:23)

If I Had My Way: The Early Home Recordings (Smithsonian Folkways)



04 Almeda Riddle: Children of the Heavenly King (3:00)

Granny Riddle's Songs and Ballads (Minstrel)



05 The Skillet Lickers: Hell Broke Loose In Georgia (3:01)

Old-Time Fiddle Tunes and Songs from North Georgia (County)



06 The Delta-aires: I Don't Want to Get In That Fire (2:24)

Birmingham Boys: Jubilee Gospel Quartets from Jefferson County, Alabama (Alabama Traditions)



07 Sister Rosetta Tharpe: What Are They Doing In Heaven Today? (5:01)

Spirituals and Rhythm (Diplomat)



08 Washington Phillips: What Are They Doing In Heaven Today? (3:16)

The Complete Recordings (Yazoo)



09 Miles and Bob Pratcher: I'm Gonna Live Anyhow Till I Die (2:35)
Southern Journey, Vol. 3: 61 Highway Mississippi (Rounder)


 

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