Description: MISS ELSIE MACWILLIAMS, JIMMIE RODGERS' SISTER-IN-LAW, SITTING AT PIANO, TALKS ABOUT JIMMIE. SHE WROTE SONGS FOR JIMMIE. "SAILORS PLEA" "MY LITTLE HOME IN NEW ORLEANS". CU OLD LADY'S HANDS. AGE SPOTS. RED NAIL POLISH. TRAVELS WITH JIMMIE. RECORDING SESSIONS. DIDN'T GO ON THE ROAD, SAYS ME, I'M A HOMEBODY. "EVERYBODY DOES IT IN HAWAII" TALKS ABOUT JIMMIES' TB, ILLNESS. "LULLABY YODEL". "MY LITTLE LADY". TALKS ABOUT WHEN JIMMIE'S BODY CAME HOME, GETS UPSET, SADDENED BY THE MEMORY. REMEMBERS CRITICAL MUSIC TEACHER, POKES FUN AT HER. POPULARITY OF YODELING ALWAYS HEARD AROUND TOWN BY TOWNSPEOPLE. SHE TALKS ABOUT JIMMIE'S VOICE AND DICTION, HEART AND SINCERITY IN HIS VOICE. ELSIE WROTE SONGS EVERYONE ASSUMED WERE WRITTEN BY A MAN.
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