Reverend D.C. Rice

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b.c.1888, Barbour County, Alabama, U.S.A.; d. March, 1973, Montgomery, AL
Pentecostal preacher and singer. Moved to Chicago during World War I. Made 1st recordings for Vocalion in Chicago, March 1928 - July 1930. No known recordings after 1930. Reissued on Herwin Records (LP) and Document (CD.)
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Herwin 212 Reverend D.C. Rice - Sanctified Singing With Traditional Jazz Accompaniment  - 1928-1930 album art Rev. D.C. Rice* Sanctified Singing With Traditional Jazz Accompaniment - 1928-1930(LP, Comp) Herwin Records Herwin 212 US 1978 Sell This Version
Reverend D.C. Rice - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1928-1930) album art Rev. D.C. Rice* Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order (1928-1930) (Comp) Document Records (2) Austria 1991 Sell This Version
ELE 12-200 Reverend D.C. Rice - Rev. F.W. McGee & Rev. D.C. Rice (1927 - 1930) album art Rev. F. W. McGee* & Rev. D.C. Rice* Rev. F. W. McGee* & Rev. D.C. Rice* - Rev. F.W. McGee & Rev. D.C. Rice (1927 - 1930)(LP, Comp, Mono, Ltd, RM) Eden Records (2) ELE 12-200 Austria Unknown Sell This Version