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Josh White - Complete Recorded Works 1940-1941 In Chronological Order Volume 4 (4 June 1940 To 1941) mp3 track

Josh White - Complete Recorded Works 1940-1941 In Chronological Order Volume 4 (4 June 1940 To 1941) mp3 track

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Performer: Josh White
Title: Complete Recorded Works 1940-1941 In Chronological Order Volume 4 (4 June 1940 To 1941)
Released: 1995
Style: Country Blues, Gospel
Category: Blues / World, Folk, Country
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MP2 MIDI AIFF AC3 AA DXD WAV

Tracklist

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

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Soundborn Studios

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Bill White (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Bass – Israel Crosby (tracks: 14 to 17)
  • Bass Vocals – Samuel Gary (tracks: 1 to 13, 17)
  • Clarinet – Edmond Hall (tracks: 14 to 17)
  • Compilation Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Conductor – Leonard de Paur (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Drums – Jimmy Hoskins (tracks: 14 to 17)
  • Liner Notes – Dave Moore
  • Remastered By – Gerhard Wessely
  • Tenor Vocals [1st Tenor V] – Bayard Rustin (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Tenor Vocals [2nd Tenor V] – Carrington Lewis (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Joshua White*

Notes

Recorded New York City, 4 June 1940 (tracks 1 to 8), 6 August 1940 (tracks 7 to 13), 16 May 1941 (tracks 14 to 17), and 1941 (tracks 18 to 23).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 14298 54052 9
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana
  • SPARS Code: AAD

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