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Abrahams, Roger D. Singing the Master: The Emergence of African American Culture in the Plantation South. (New York: Pantheon Books, 1992).

Addis, Cameron, "'The Baptist Beat' in Modern Jazz: Texan Gene Ramey in Kansas City & New York," Journal of Texas Music History 4, no. 2 (Fall, 2004).

Adele, Lynne. Black History/Black Vision: The Visionary Image in Texas. (Austin: University of Texas Press,1989).

The African American West: A Century of Short Stories. Ed. Bruce Glasrud and Laurie Champion. (Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado, 2000).

"Alex Moore and the Birth of Texas Blues," D Magazine 4, no. 5 (May, 1977).

Anderson, Thomas, "Blind Lemon Jefferson," Texas Music Magazine (Winter, 2000).

Anthology of Art Songs by Black American Composers. Comp. by Willis C. Patterson. Pref. by George Shirley. Introd. by Wendell P. Whalum. (New York: E. B. Marks Music Corp., 1977).

Antone, Susan. Antone's Presents Picture the Blues: Eleventh Anniversary. (Austin: Blues Press, 1986).

____________. Antone's: The First Ten Years. (Austin: Blues Press, 1985).

"The Art of John Biggers: View from the Upper Room," Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture 18, no. 1 (Fall/Winter, 1995).

Artificavitch, Michael S., "The Last Blues Master" Touchstone 12 (1993). [Lightnin' Hopkins]

Barr, Greg, "Ruthie Foster," Texas Music Magazine Issue 15 (Summer, 2003).

Biggers, John T. Aunt Dicy Tales: John Biggers' Drawings for the Folktale. (Austin: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, 1999).

__________, and Carroll Simms. Black Art in Houston: The Texas Southern University Experience: Presenting the Art of Biggers, Simms, and Their Students. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1978).

Black on White/White and Black. (Dallas: Documentary Arts, Inc., 1990). [Video: pianist Alex Moore]

The Black Press: New Literary and Social Essays. Ed. Todd Vogel. (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2001).

Blue, Carroll Parrott. The Dawn at My Back: Memoir of a Black Texas Upbringing. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003).

The Blues According to Lightnin’ Hopkins [videorecording]. (El Cerrito, CA: Flower Films, 1979).

Brewer, J. Mason. Aunt Dicy Tales; Snuff-dipping Tales of the Texas Negro. Foreword by Roy Bedichek. Illus. John T. Biggers. (Austin? 1956).

__________. Heralding Dawn: An Anthology of Verse. Sel. and ed. with a historical summary on the Texas Negroes' verse-making, by J. Mason Brewer. (Dallas: June Thomason, Printing, 1936).

__________. Negrito: Negro Dialect Poems of the Southwest. (San Antonio: Naylor Printing Co., 1933).

Brown, Sterling Allen. Negro Poetry and Drama, and the Negro in American Fiction. (New York: Atheneum, 1969, c1937).

Butler, Melvin A. A Vocabulary Study of Negroes in Austin, Texas. (Austin: [Thesis, University of Texas] 1962).

Byrd, James W., "Folk Anecdote Survives in Black Fiction," in The Folklore of Texan Cultures. Ed. Frances Edward Abernethy. (Austin: Encino Press, 1974).

__________. J. Mason Brewer, Negro Folklorist. (Austin: Steck-Vaughn Co., 1967).

Carroll, Jaimie, "So Rang the Bells of Freedom," Texas Historian 39, no. 4 (March, 1978). [Huddie Ledbetter]

Champion, Laurie, and Bruce A. Glasrud, "African Americans in the West: A Short Story Tradition," Journal of Big Bend Studies 10 (1998).

Christian, Garna L. "Texas Beginnings: Houston in the World of Jazz," Houston Review 7, no. 3 (1990).

Conrad, Barbara Smith, "Comment," Discovery 12, no. 3 (1992).

"Conrad's Spiritual Experience," Texas Alcalde 84, no. 4 (March/April, 1996). [Barbara Conrad]

Conversations with Texas Writers. Ed. by Frances Leonard and Ramona Cearley. Photographs by Ramona Cearley. Introd. and essays by Joe Holley. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005). Includes: J. California Cooper, Lorenzo Thomas, and Lori Aurelia Williams.

Corcoran, Michael. All Over the Map: True Heroes of Texas Music. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005). [The Soul Stirrers/Washington Phillips/Gatemouth Brown/Geto Boys & DJ Screw/ Archie Bell & Drells/ T-Bone Walker/ Sly Stone/ Freddie King/ Blind Willie Johnson]

Cuney-Hare, Maude. Negro Musicians and Their Music. (Washington, DC: The Associated Publishers, Inc., 1936).

Cutler, Leigh, "Eldorado Ballroom," Houston Review of History and Culture 4, no. 1 (Fall, 2006).

Cutrufello, Mary, "Leadbelly," Texas Music Magazine Issue 7 (Summer, 2001).

Dansby, Andrew, "Dewey Redman Still Chases the Sound," Texas Music Magazine Issue 3 (Summer, 2000).

Darden, Bob. People Get Ready!: A New History of Black Gospel Music. (New York: Continuum, 2004).

Dennison, Tim. The American Negro and His Amazing Music. (New York: Vantage Press, 1963).

Dobie, J. Frank, ed. Follow de Drinkin' Gou'd. (Austin: Texas Folklore Society,1928).

___________. Coffee in the Gourd. (Austin: Texas Folklore Society, 1935).

Ennis, Michael, "Raw Visions," Texas Monthly 20, no. 11 (November, 1992).

"Eyes of Texas" Music Show [videorecording] (Houston, 1988). Feature on Don Robey and Duke/Peacock Records.

"A Feeling for Jazz: An Interview with Arnett Cobb," Houston Review 7, no. 3 (1990).

Felchner, William J., "Lost Riders of the Segregated Cinema," True West 52, no. 10 (November/December, 2005).

Fisher, William A. Seventy Negro Spirituals, for High Voice. (New York: AMS Press, 1974, c1926). [Repr. of 1926 ed. by O. Ditson Co., Boston]

From Lemon to Lightnin': The Makers of Texas Blues: Barker Texas History Center Exhibit Featured on "Good Morning, Austin," KVUE-TV, January 8, 1986. [videorecording]. (Austin, 1986).

Garvin, Richard M., and Edmond G. Addeo. The Midnight Special: The Legend of Leadbelly. (New York: B. Geis Associates, 1971).

Glasrud, Bruce A., "From Griggs to Brewer: A Review of Black Texas Culture, 1899–1940," Journal of Big Bend Studies 15 (2003).

__________, and Laurie Champion, "A House Divided: Short Stories and the Civil Rights Movement in the West," Journal of the American Studies Association of Texas 31 (October, 2000).

Goldsmith, Paul, "Don’t Mess with These Texas Women: 'Destiny’s Child'," Texas Music Magazine Issue 5 (Winter, 2001).

Gossett, Thomas F. Uncle Tom's Cabin and American Culture. (Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1985).

Govenar, Alan. The Early Years of Rhythm & Blues: Focus on Houston. (Houston: Rice University Press, 1990).

____________. Living Texas Blues. (Dallas: Dallas Museum of Art, 1985).

____________. Meeting the Blues. (Dallas, Taylor Pub. Co., 1988).

____________. Portraits of Community: African American Photography in Texas. (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1996.

____________. Texas Blues: The Rise of a Contemporary Sound. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2008).

Grem, Darren E., "'The South Got Something to Say': Atlanta's Dirty South and the Southernization of Hip-Hop America," Southern Cultures 12, no. 4 (Winter, 2006).

Griffin, Samuel F. Slaveholders of Texas. (Oakhurst, CA: Gold Side Books, 1972). [Fiction]

Gussow, Adam, "'Where Is the Love': Racial Violence, Racial Healing, and Blues Communities," Southern Cultures 12, no. 4 (Winter 2006).

Haines, Cynthia F., "Segregation: From Minstrel Shows to Movie Palaces," in her Showtime!: From Opera House to Picture Palaces in El Paso. (El Paso: Texas Western Press, 2006).

Hall, Michael, "Birthplaces of the Blues," Texas Monthly 28, no. 5 (May, 2000).

__________, "Home Girl," Texas Monthly 35, no. 1 (January, 2007). [Singer Erykah Badu]

__________, "It's a Family Affair," Texas Monthly 32, no. 4 (April, 2004). [Beyoncé Knowles]

__________, "Let There Be Lightnin': How Sam Hopkins Lived the Blues," Texas Monthly 35, no. 6 (June, 2007).

The Harman and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art. (San Antonio: San Antonio Museum of Art/ distributed by the University of Texas Press, 1994).

Harris, Trudier, "'The Yellow Rose of Texas': A Different Cultural View," in Juneteenth Texas: Essays in African-American Folklore. Ed. Francis E. Abernethy, Patrick B. Mullen, and Alan B. Govenar. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1996).

Hartman, Gary, "'See That My Grave Is Kept Clean': The African Roots of Texas Music," in his The History of Texas Music. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2008).

Haskins, James, and Kathleen Benson. Scott Joplin. (Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1978).

Heald, Ann R. B., "A Partial Black Word List from East Texas," in Linguistic and Literary Studies in Honor of Archibald A. Hill, IV: Linguistics and Literature/Sociolinguistics and Applied Linguistics. Ed. Mohammad Ali Jazayery, Edgar C. Polomé, and Werner Winter. (New York: Mouton Publishers, 1979).

Hickman, R. C. Behold the People: R. C. Hickman's Photographs of Black Dallas, 1949–1961. (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1994).

Himes, Geoffrey, "Pioneers: Illinois Jacquet," Texas Music Magazine Issue 28 (Fall, 2006).

__________, "Pioneers: Mance Lipscomb," Texas Music Magazine Issue 20 (Fall, 2004).

__________, "Pioneers: Ornette Coleman," Texas Music Magazine Issue 30 (Spring, 2007).

Holster, Rusty, "Jazzman," Houston City 5, no. 8 (August, 1981). [Saxophonist Kirk Whalum]

Hudson, Kathleen. Women in Texas Music: Stories and Songs. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2007). Includes:
    "Ruthie Foster and Cyd Cassone: The Heart of Texas"
    "Shenekia Copeland: A Wild, Wild Woman"
    "Lavelle White: Strutting Her Stuff"
    "Wanda King: Blues for Freddie"
    "Jewel Brown: Prayers and Joy"
    "Trudy Lynne: Diva of Soul and Blues"
    "Katie Webster: Swamp Boogie Queen"

Jackson, Bruce. Wake Up, Dead Man: Afro-American Worksongs from Texas Prisons. (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1972).

Jackson, Clyde O. In This Evening Light. (Hicksville, NY: Exposition Press, 1980).

Jackson, James T., "Waiting in Line at the Drugstore," Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture 16, no. 2 (Spring/Summer, 1994).

Jackson, Margaret, "Listen to the Mockingbird," Texas Historian 54, no. 4 (May, 1994).

"Johnny Copeland: Texas Twister," in Kathleen Hudson, Telling Stories, Writing Songs: An Album of Texas Songwriters. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2001).

Johnson, Alfred "Snuff." Black Cowboy Blues and Church Songs [sound recording]. (Dallas: Documentary Arts, 1994).

Jones, G. William. Black Cinema Treasures: Lost and Found. (Denton: University of North Texas, 1991).

Jones, Jan L., "Voices of Change: The Emergence of Minority Theater, 1885–2001," in her Renegades, Showmen, and Angels: A Theatrical History of Fort Worth from 1873–2001. (Fort Worth: TCU Press, 2006).

Kelly, Christopher, "Hollywood, TX: Dream Girl," Texas Monthly 37, no. 7 (July, 2009). [Singer Beyoncé Knowles]

KenteCloth: African American Voices in Texas. Ed. Sherry McGuire and John R. Posey. (Denton: Center for Texas Studies, University of North Texas, 1995).

Lanehart, Sonja L. Sista, Speak!: Black Women Kinfolk Talk about Language and Literacy.(Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002).

Larkin, Tom, "John Biggers: Renewing an African American Vision in Pewitt Elementary," Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture12, no. 2 (Spring/Summer, 1990).

Lavada Durst (Dr. Hepcat). [videorecording] Interviewed by John Wheat. (Austin, 1986).

Ledbetter, Huddie (Leadbelly). The Leadbelly Songbook. (New York: Oak Publications, 1962).

The Legacy of Lead Belly. [videorecording]. Gossa Tsegane, dir. (Ithaca, NY: Lead Belly Society, 1993).

Lightfoot, John, "Early Texas Bluesmen," in The Roots of Texas Music. Ed. Lawrence Clayton and Joe W. Specht. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2003)

Lipscomb, Mance. I Say Me for a Parable: The Oral Autobiography of Mance Lipscomb, Texas Bluesman. (New York: W. W. Norton, 1993).

Lipsitz, George, "Goin' On: Afro-American Imagery in Texas Film and Folklore," Southwest Media Review 3 (Spring, 1985).

Littlejohn, Calvin. Calvin Littlejohn: Portrait of a Community in Black and White. Ed. by Bob Ray Sanders. Foreword by Don Carleton. (Fort Worth: TCU Press and the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, 2009). [photography]

Living Texas Blues [videorecording] A film by Alan Govenar and Pacho Lane. (Dallas: Documentary Arts, 1987).

Lomax, Alan, "'Sinful' Songs of the Southern Negro," Southwest Review 19, no. 2 (January, 1934).

Lomax, John A., and Alan Lomax, eds. Negro Folk Songs as Sung by Leadbelly . . .(New York: Macmillan, 1936).

Lovett, O. Rufus. Weeping Mary. Photographs by O. Rufus Lovett. Foreword by Anne Wilkes Tucker. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006). [Cherokee Co., TX]

Lowrey, Flora, "The Dallas Negro Players," Southwest Review 16, no. 3 (April, 1931).

McCord, Jeff, "Sax and the Cities," Texas Monthly 28, no. 5 (May, 2000). [Dewey Redman]

McCullough, L. E., "Earl Stewart: Perpetuating the Infinite Aspect of Culture," Austin Chronicle 4, no. 21 (June 14, 1985).

Mance Lipscomb: In Concert. (Sparta, NJ: Vestapol Productions, 1994). [videocassette]

Mance Lipscomb and Lightnin' Hopkins [videorecording]. John S. Ullman, prod., Ronald Ciro, dir. (Yazoo Video, 1991).

Mariani, Anthony, "DJ Screw," Texas Music Magazine Issue 9 (Winter, 2002).

Massa, D., "Conrad's Sad Song …," Alcalde 72, no. 6 (July, 1984). [Singer Barbara Conrad]

Monge, Luigi, and David Evans, "New Songs of Blind Lemon Jefferson," Journal of Texas Music History 3, no. 2 (Fall, 2003).

Mooney, Kevin, "Texas Centennial 1936: African-American Texans and the Third National Folk Festival," Journal of Texas Music History, 1, no. 1 (Spring, 2001).

Moran, Jason, "Nice and Easy" Texas Monthly 32, no. 4 (April, 2004). [Jason Moran, jazz pianist]

New Day Spirituals. (Dallas: Stamps-Baxter Music Co., 1934).

Oliphant, Dave. "Eddie Durham and the Texas Contributions to Jazz History," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 96, no. 4 (April, 1993).

__________. Jazz Mavericks of the Lone Star State. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2007).

__________, "Kenny Dorham and Leo Wright: Texas Bebop Messengers to the World," The Journal of Texas Music History, 1, no. 1 (Spring, 2001).

__________. Texan Jazz. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1996).

__________, "Texan Jazz, 1920–1950," in The Roots of Texas Music. Ed. Lawrence Clayton and Joe W. Specht. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2003).

Olsen, Allen O., "The Post-World War II 'Chitlin' Circuit' in San Antonio and the Long-Term Effects of Intercultural Congeniality," Journal of Texas Music History 7 (2007).

Owens, William A. Tell Me a Story, Sing Me a Song: A Texas Chronicle. Musical transcriptions by Jessie Ann Owens and David Skuse. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 1983).

Passty, Jeannette N., "'A Pearl of Great Price': Socio-Literary Activism in the Life and Writings of Olga Samples Davis," South Texas Studies 11 (2000).

Patoski, Joe Nick, "Remembering Lightnin' Hopkins," Texas Music Magazine Issue 20 (Fall, 2004).

__________, "Texas Flood," Texas Music Magazine Issue 20 (Fall, 2004). [Blues in Texas]

[Pete Mayes and Double Bayou Dance Hall] [videorecording]. (Houston: KPRC-TV, 1995?)

Price, Michael H., "Ornette Coleman: Ready for Prime Time," Texas Ragg 1, no. 9 (September, 1983).

Ramsey, Doug, "Riffs on Roy," Texas Monthly 24, no. 5 (May, 1996). [Trumpeter Roy Hargrove]

Raymond, Virginia M. "The Wind" in the Literary Creation of West Texas. (Austin: [Thesis, University of Texas at Austin] 2003).

Red Boots and Attitude: The Spirit of Texas Women Writers. Ed. Diane Fanning and Susie Kelly Flatau. (Austin: Eakin Press, 2002).

Roark, Carol, "The Round-up Theatre: An African-American Amateur Dramatic Company," Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas 10, no. 1 (Spring, 1998).

Rodenberger, Lou Halsell, "A Developing Tradition: African-American Writers," in Texas Women Writers: A Tradition of Their Own. Ed. by Sylvia Ann Grider & Lou Halsell Rodenberger. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1997).

Rogers, Mary, "Two for the Show," in her Dancing Naked (Fort Worth: TCU Press, 2008). [Ft. Worth African American theater]

Russell, Jan. "The Art of Diversity: Harriet and Harman Kelley," Texas Monthly 24, no. 9 (September, 1996).

Sapper, Neil, "Black Culture in Urban Texas: A Lone Star Renaissance," in The African American Experience in Texas: An Anthology. Ed. by Bruce A. Glasrud and James M. Smallwood. (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2007).

__________, "Black Culture in Urban Texas: A Lone Star Renaissance," Red River Valley Historical Review 6, no. 2 (Spring, 1981).

Schindler, Scott, "Q & A: Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown," Texas Music Magazine Issue 8 (Fall, 2001).

__________, "Story Behind the Song: 'Tighten Up'," Texas Music Magazine Issue 26 (Spring, 2006). [Archie Bell and the Drells]

Seale, Avrel, "Barbara Smith Conrad: Mezzo-soprano, Civil Rights Pioneer," Texas Alcalde 87, no. 2 (November/December, 1998).

Sharp, Cecil J., "A Great Leap Forward," D Magazine 18, no. 12 (December, 1991). [Dallas Black Dance Theater]

Shimamoto, Ken, "T-Bone Walker," Texas Music Magazine Issue 14 (Spring, 2002).

Shorkey, Clay, "Texas Music Museum Studies African-American Contributions to Texas Music," Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture 10, no. 1 (Fall/Winter, 1987).

Simral, Doug, "Freddie King: Life & the Blues," Texas Music 1, no. 2 (June, 1976).

Skanse, Richard, "Malford Milligan," Texas Music Magazine Issue 8 (Fall, 2001).

Southern, Eileen, and Josephine Wright, comps. African-American Traditions in Song, Sermon, Tale, and Dance, 1600s–1920: An Annotated Bibliography of Literature, Collections, and Artworks. (New York: Greenwood Press, 1990).

Stewart, Earl L., "Pan-African Classicism and Scott Joplin," Texas Journal of Ideas, History, and Culture 14, no. 1 (Fall/Winter, 1991).

Stone, Marsha, "Rags of the Master," Texas Historian 39, no. 1 (September, 1978).

Taylor, Larry W., "Crossroads: Roots Music in Dallas, 1920–1942," Legacies: A Historical Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas 16, no. 2 (Fall, 2004)

Taylor, Marshall W. A Collection of Revival Hymns and Plantation Melodies. Musical composition by Miss Josephine Robinson. (Cincinnati: Taylor & Echols, 1882).

Texas Women: Legends in Their Own Time. Comp. by Claudia D. Seligman. (Dallas: Hendrick-Long Pub. Co., 1989). [Includes Ada Simond]

Thomas, Jess O. Negro Participation in the Texas Centennial Exposition. (Boston: Christopher Pub. House, 1938).

Thomas, Lorenzo, "From Gumbo to Grammys: The Development of Zydeco Music in Houston," in Juneteenth Texas: Essays in African American Folklore. Ed. Francis E. Abernethy, Patrick B. Mullen, and Alan B. Govenar. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 1996).

__________, "Gathering Like Heat: Black Writing in Texas," Texas Humanist 2, no. 7 (April, 1980).

Thomas, William Henry. Some Current Folk Songs of the Negro. (Austin: Folklore Society of Texas, 1912).

Thompson, Helen, "Black and White World," Texas Monthly 22, no. 11 (November, 1984). [Black photographers]

Tucker, Sherrie, "Uplift and Downbeats: What If Jazz History Included the Prairie View CoEds?" Journal of Texas Music History 2, no. 2 (Fall, 2002).

Turner, Martha Anne. The Yellow Rose of Texas, Her Saga and Her Song: With the Santa Anna Legend. (Austin: Shoal Creek Publishers, 1976).

Twomey, Dannehl M., "Into the Mainstream: Early Black Photography in Houston," Houston Review 9, no. 1 (1987).

Unsung Americans Sung. Ed. by W. C. Handy.2. ed. (New York: Handy Brothers, 1946, c1944).

Walker, Lance Scott, "It’s Going Down [Houston hip-hop]," Texas Music Magazine Issue 25 (Winter, 2006).

Wardlaw, Alvia J. The Art of John Biggers: View from the Upper Room. With essays by Edmund Barry Gaither, Alison de Lima Greene, and Robert Farris Thompson. (Houston: Museum of Fine Arts, in association with Harry N. Abrams, 1995).

__________, "John Biggers: Filling the Sacred Vessel," Texas Humanist 6, no. 6 (July–August, 1984).

Wardlaw, Frank H., "John Biggers: Artist," in Black Leaders: Texans for Their Times. Ed. by Alwyn Barr and Robert A. Calvert. (Austin: Texas State Historical Association, 1981).

__________. John Biggers, Artist. (United States, 1981?).

A Well Spent Life [videorecording]. (El Cerrito, CA: Flower Films, 1979). [Mance Lipscomb]

Welling, David, "Jim Crow and the Ethnic Theatre," in his Cinema Houston: From Nickelodeon to Megaplex. Foreword by Jack Valenti. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2007).

White, Shane, and Graham White. The Sounds of Slavery: Discovering African American History Through Songs, Sermons, and Speech. (Boston: Beacon Press, 2005).

Williams, Patricia R., "Literary Traditions in Works by African-American Playwrights," in Texas Women Writers: A Tradition of Their Own. Ed. by Sylvia Ann Grider & Lou Halsell Rodenberger. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1997).

Willis, Deborah. Reflections in Black: A History of Black Photographers, 1840 to the Present. (New York: W. W. Norton, 2000).

Wilson, Burton. The Austin Music Scene, 1965–1994, through the Lens of Burton Wilson. (Austin: Eakin Press, 2001).

Wolfe, Charles, and Kip Lornell. The Life and Legend of Leadbelly. (New York: Harper Collins, 1992).

Wood, Roger, "Black Creoles and the Evolution of Zydeco in Southeast Texas: The Beginnings to 1950," in The Roots of Texas Music. Ed. Lawrence Clayton and Joe W. Specht. (College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 2003).

__________. Down in Houston: Bayou City Blues. Photographs by James Fraher. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2003).

__________, "Southeast Texas: Hothouse of Zydeco," Journal of Texas Music History 1, no. 2 (Fall, 2001).

__________. Texas Zydeco. Photogr. by James Fraher. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006).


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