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4 Taylor exploited minstrel music’s popularity and Mart Taylor, The Gold Digger’s Song Book containing the Most Popular, Humorous & Sentimental Songs (San Francisco, CA, 1975), front matter. 4 To learn more about the African-American community in San Francisco, see Meredith Eliassen, “A ‘Colored’ Mosaic: The Vibrant African American Community in Antebellum San Francisco,” California State Library Bulletin, 84 (2006): 11–16. 7 Exploitation, corruption, deception, and contemporary political nonsense provided rich fodder for Taylor to ply white male audiences with mindless tunes revamped with his edgy words.
Robe” spirituals use robes and other clothing (“I got shoes”) to signify gifts that heaven will impart to the worthy. Map and signal spirituals served as guides for escape routes (“Follow the drinking gourd”) or preliminary planning (“Swing low, sweet chariot”). 4 Dan Shen, “Implied Author, Overall Consideration and Subtext of ‘Desirée’s Baby,’” Poetics Today, 13/2 (2010): 285–311. , p. 286. 6 Henry Louis Gates and Nellie Y. McKay (eds), The Norton Anthology of African American Literature (New York, 1997), p.
By the time Taylor began to tour the mining camps, the gold producers could no longer easily pluck gold from the surface; they had to adapt and utilize newer and more invasive hydraulic processes for extracting the precious material, or get it from miners who rolled up their sleeves to pry it from the earth. Ultimately, Taylor’s life and music reflected the irony of want in California. 32 Taylor was nobody’s fool; keenly aware of the foibles of fashionable citizens who oppressed feebler and tenderer men if they thought they could get away with it, he was rarely sandwich meat.