Ocracoke Still Speaks: Reflections Past and Present
Ocracoke Still Speaks: Reflections Past and Present is a new Audio CD and accompanying booklet that contains stories and recollections about life and heritage on Ocracoke. This CD captures the stories and music of O'cockers as they recount tales of the past and reflect on changes underway--in their own voices and from their unique perspectives. More than 20 notable Ocracoke personalities tell stories, offer reflections, and perform music in the sequel to the highly successful CD, Ocracoke Speaks (2001).
The CD is accompanied by an attractive booklet with texts of the narratives and 16 photo images from archival collections and contemporary Ocracoke. The compilation is a cooperative effort of the North Carolina Language and Life Project (Jeff Reaser, Paula Dickerson Boddie, Walt Wolfram) and the Ocracoke Preservation Society (DeAnna Locke, Chester Lynn, Philip Howard)
Produced by The NCLLP and the Ocracoke Preservation Society
USA | 2011 | 47 tracks | Audio CD & Booklet
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