|Title:||Complete Recorded Works 1940-1941 In Chronological Order Volume 4 (4 June 1940 To 1941)|
|Style:||Country Blues, Gospel|
|Category:||Blues / World, Folk, Country|
|Other format:||MP2 MIDI AIFF AC3 AA DXD WAV|
|1||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Chain Gang Boun'||2:58|
|2||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Nine Foot Shovel||2:39|
|3||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Trouble||3:19|
|4||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Told My Cap'n||3:17|
|5||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Goin' Home, Boys||2:49|
|6||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Cryin' Who? Cryin' You! (part 1)||2:50|
|7||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Cryin' Who? Cryin' You! (part 2)||2:50|
|8||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Jerry||2:44|
|9||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||I Don't Care Where Dey Bury My Body||2:55|
|10||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Glory To His Name||2:31|
|11||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||King Jesus Knows I'm Coming||2:37|
|12||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train||2:39|
|13||–Joshua White And His Carolinians*||Soon In De Mornin'||2:17|
|14||–Joshua White*||I Lay A-dreamin'||3:08|
|15||–Joshua White*||Gotta Go||3:11|
|16||–Joshua White*||Eve's Apple Tree||2:59|
|17||–Joshua White*||She's A Married Woman||2:46|
|18||–Joshua White*||Defense Factory Blues||2:42|
|19||–Joshua White*||Bad Housing Blues||2:35|
|20||–Joshua White*||Hard Times Blues||2:43|
|21||–Joshua White*||Uncle Sam Says||2:40|
|22||–Joshua White*||Southern Exposure||3:08|
|23||–Joshua White*||Jim Crown Train||3:04|
When we produced music on Silver Discs CDRs we never had one query. We had a phase of producing music on silver discs with a white label. same disc different label : this prompted about 3 complaints. The complaints were not about the sound. Three people complained that they simply did not like CDRS so it was hard to know what to do about that.
State Street Ramblers. About State Street Ramblers.
Lizzie Douglas (June 3, 1897 – August 6, 1973), known as Memphis Minnie, was a blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter whose recording career lasted from the 1920s to the 1950s. She recorded around 200 songs, some of the best known being "Bumble Bee", "Nothing in Rambling", and "Me and My Chauffeur Blues". Her performances and songwriting made her well known in a genre dominated by men. Early life. Lizzie Douglas was born on June 3, 1897, in Algiers, Louisiana. She was the eldest of 13 siblings.
Axis attack on the Soviet Union (1941). War breaks out in the Pacific (1941). Axis advance stalls (1942–43). 2 Eastern Front (1942–43). Allies gain momentum (1943–44). Allies close in (1944). Axis collapse, Allied victory (1944–45). The Soviet Union, concerned by Germany's goals of capturing vast areas of Eastern Europe, drafted a treaty of mutual assistance with France.