Hi All- Wanted to share something I've been working on for a while now. When I first put together my book on the 1934 Lomax recordings, we considered making companion CDs for all of the audio. As this would have meant 10+ CDs, we decided it wasn't really feasible. However, when I applied for a fellowship at the Library of Congress for last year, I proposed that I would design, build, and curate a website for the audio as part of my tenure there. I've done just that, and here you will find a site that is to some degree a digital companion for my book, but more importantly a direct gateway to the 1934 recordings, which you can listen to now and browse at your leisure. I've added media from around the web to supplement and enrich what's here when I felt it was appropriate, but the recordings themselves are the meat of the site. I've also built a few interactive maps that help visualize some of the data. I plan on developing a few more of these. Please do poke around and holler if you have any suggestions, critiques, or insights into the songs or the performers. Enjoy and please share if you know someone who might appreciate this!