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Joshua White - 1933 - 1941 download mp3 album
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1933 - 1941
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Country Blues, Gospel
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1932 mb
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Joshua White ‎– 1933 - 1941. Label: Best Of Blues ‎– . The Dance Calinda Album was a re-release as well, a different Title, and before the Infantry Chorus, so EARLY. It is a blue seal album from Holland calling itself Mercury, but with clear Columbia numbers not Mercury numbering systems. Interesting too as each item gave the history of the songs. Josh said he was on Vogue "in France" in the 40's, why not enlisted?

Joshua White (born 1942) is an American artist, video maker and broadcast television director. Best known for The Joshua Light Show, a 1960s and 1970s liquid light show, his work is in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York and has been exhibited at Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hirshhorn Museum, the New Museum, Hayden Planetarium, Barbican Center and the Centre Pompidou as well as many other venues.

Joshua White At His Best. 9 tracks · 31 December 1997. Joshua White 1933 - 1941. 24 tracks · 2 September 2017.

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Joshua White 1933-1941. 20% Ust. Joshua White was born 1908 in Greenville, MS and became famous as a singer and guitar player. His recordings are from 1933-1941 and he plays with the Carolinians. Great recordings are Pickin´Low Cotton, Trouble and Hard Times Blues ! Joshua White 1933-1941 quantity. SKU: BoB7 Category: Country Blues Tags: 1933, 1941, Joshua, white. 24. Jim Crow Train – 3:05. Musicians: Joshua White (vocals, guitar), Pinewood Tom (vocals &guitar on 5), Bill White (baritone vocals on 6-18), Samuel Gary (bass vocals on 7-18), Bayard Rustin (1st tenor vocals on 7-18), Carrington Lewis (2nd tenor vocals on 7-18), Wilson Myers (double bass on 6). Blues – UPC799582200723.

Tracklist

1 Joshua White* Pickin' Low Cotton
2 Joshua White* Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed
3 Joshua White* Lay Some Flowers On My Grave
4 Joshua White* Lord, I Want To Die Easy
5 Pinewood Tom Silicosis Is Killin' Me
6 Joshua White*, Bill White Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
7 Josh White And His Carolinians* Chain Gang Boun'
8 Josh White And His Carolinians* Nine Foot Shovel
9 Josh White And His Carolinians* Trouble
10 Josh White And His Carolinians* Told My Cap'n
11 Josh White And His Carolinians* Goin' Home Boys
12 Josh White And His Carolinians* Cryin' Who? Cryin' You!, Pt. 1
13 Josh White And His Carolinians* Cryin' Who? Cryin' You!, Pt. 2
14 Josh White And His Carolinians* Jerry
15 Josh White And His Carolinians* I Don't Care Where Dey Bury My Body
16 Josh White And His Carolinians* King Jesus Knows I'm Coming
17 Josh White And His Carolinians* I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train
18 Josh White And His Carolinians* Soon In De Mornin'
19 Joshua White* Defense Factory Blues
20 Joshua White* Bad Housing Blues
21 Joshua White* Hard Time Blues
22 Joshua White* Uncle Sam Says
23 Joshua White* Uncle Sam Says
24 Joshua White* Jim Crow Train

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Bill White (tracks: 6 to18)
  • Bass Vocals – Samuel Gary (tracks: 7 to 18)
  • Conductor – Leonard De Paur (tracks: 7 to 18)
  • Double Bass – Wilson Myers (tracks: 6)
  • Tenor Vocals [1st] – Bayard Rustin (tracks: 7 to 18)
  • Tenor Vocals [2nd] – Carrington Lewis (tracks: 7 to 18)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Joshua White*, Pinewood Tom (tracks: 5)

Notes

Recorded 1933-1941, New York City.
  • Aedem
I was able to obtain the original vinyl from Germany, which had the numerical ID's of the song tracks. The surprising thing was that a record from 1928, a year earlier than he said he was in NY, but that is the number, on Victor, sounded great in comparison to the obviously second hand copies sent to Germany in 1937. De Paur confirms it is from 1937 on the Roulette Songs of New Nations. HMM. The strange thing is that nobody is asking about Bill White. He had been with other bands, incuding Benny Goodman in 35, and a hit song about Bill White was reprised by Judy Garland in her last performance at the Palace in the 60's. In one of his Chain Gang albums he said HE SANG JOHN HENRY in 1939, which would have been for the World's Fair Exposition by Kurt Weill, yet I called the family from the number on the disc put out by the Smithsonian. Electra has altered the album or not released the original as specifically stated by Josh White himself, while they all demand that it was Paul Robeson who sang in 1940 which is totally untrue. The Dance Calinda Album was a re-release as well, a different Title, and before the Infantry Chorus, so EARLY. It is a blue seal album from Holland calling itself Mercury, but with clear Columbia numbers not Mercury numbering systems. Interesting too as each item gave the history of the songs. Josh said he was on Vogue "in France" in the 40's, why not enlisted? UM, sorry, Vogue was EAST GERMAN, and during the WAR, so the only way it got to France was because of occupation. A lot of people's works were stolen and sent over -just watch the Untold History of the US and you will know. But when one does this voluntarily, it is admitting a pretty bad thing. I will let vets decide. I think Bill White changed his name. Anybody know? and ps, on the vinyl, he is Bob White!