Son House discusses his life and career as a preacher and blues musician. He talks about his family, his religious background as a preacher, and his recent comeback after disappearing from music scene in 1943. He performs several songs during the interview, including: 00:00:00-00:03:35 "Death Letter" 00:17:19-00:21:22 "Levy Camp Moan" 00:35:40-00:38:59 "Preaching the Blues" 00:45:58-00:48:24 "Louise McGhee" 00:53:26-00:55:55 "Empire State Express" 00:57:40-00:59:14 "Grinnin' in Your Face"
Mazatl Galindo and Alejandro Galindo discuss traditional and folk music from South and Central America. Includes Chilean folk song "If We Are Americans;" a flute song for the harvest celebration; the song "Jacinto Cenobio;" song ["Winos Poinas"]; a Mexican flute song; the song "La Fiesta De San Benito;" the song "La Pulque;" and the song "El Condor Pasa."
Discussing the jazz community with Rev. John Garcia Gensel. Rev. Gensel was named Minister to the Jazz Community of New York in 1965 by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.