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Josh White And His Guitar
A Josh White Program
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Joshua Alexander "Josh" White (born May 25, 1973) is an American Christian musician, worship leader, and pastor, who primarily plays Christian pop and contemporary worship music. He has released two solo albums, since 2010. He is still the lead singer of the Christian rock band Telecast. Joshua Alexander White was born on May 25, 1973, and was raised in Portland, Oregon. He is the pastor of Door of Hope in Portland, Oregon, where he resides with his wife, Darcy.

If this is the guitar White had spoken of, it would be the first signature guitar ever created for an African-American musician in the United States. HISTORY DETECTIVES host Elyse Luray travels around New York City and New Jersey to explore the crossover appeal of Josh White's music and his ability to win over a racially polarized music industry.

Josh White (February 11, 1914 - September 5, 1969) was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, actor, and civil rights activist. In the early 1930s, he also recorded under the names "Pinewood Tom" and "Tippy Barton. J. White, Josh, Josh White (Pinewood Tom), Josh White And His Guitar, Josh White, S. Joshua White, Joshua White (The Singing Christian), White.

He’s the son of singer/songwriter and social activist Josh White, who is one of only four folk musicians in . history to be honored with a commemorative postage stamp. The others are Leadbelly, Woody Guthrie, and Sonny Terry. White made his first single, See Saw, way back in 1956, which means that 2006’s Delicate Balance marks an impressive 50 years as a solo-recording artist. Throughout his career, he has honored his father’s musical and social legacy. Josh Jr. recorded the tribute album, House of the Rising Son, at the turn of the century, and the New York City native relates the universal message of primal blues to the hip-hop generation through educational outreach programs in his adopted home of Detroit.

Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals.

Josh White is remembered as a popular singer and a political figure, but anyone listening to his early work will surely recognise his contribution to the Blues. Josh mastered this style of elaborate finger-picking at an early age and his instrumental talent stood him in good stead when he turned his attention to different kinds of music in later life. Born in Greenville SC in 1914, as a child Josh was the ‘lead-boy’ for several local Bluesmen, showing them around town and playing a tambourine which he would use to collect nickels and dimes. His reward was to be shown their guitar tricks, so he could earn some mpney himself by playing on streetcorners. Josh ‘The Singing Christian’ shows his superb guitar style; In 1936 Josh was settled in New York when a serious hand injury forced him to give up playing.

Absolution by Josh White, released 26 November 2013 1. Absolution 2. Enclosed by You 3. Come to Me Quickly 4. Sweet Peace 5. Face to Face 6. Wounded Feet 7. The Way 8. Anchor of My Soul 9. Beautiful Mystery 10. Release the Deep 11. Covered 12. Beauty of Simplicity "Absolution", the new album by singer songwriter Josh White, is not so much a new album as it is a deconstruction and recreation of songs from the singer's past.

White's father threw a white bill collector out of his home in 1921, for which he was beaten so badly that he nearly died, and then was locked up in a mental institution, where he died nine years later. Two months after his father had been taken away from the family, White left home with Blind Man Arnold, a black street singer, whom he agreed to lead across the South and for whom he would collect coins after performances. He immediately began practicing playing the guitar and soon put together a group, Josh White and His Carolinians, with his brother Billy and close friends Carrington Lewis, Sam Gary, and Bayard Rustin. Records album Joshua White & His Carolinians: Chain Gang, produced by John Hammond, was the first race record ever forced upon the white radio stations and record stores in America's South and caused such a furor that it reached the desk of President Franklin Roosevelt.


A1 I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town
A2 Molly Malone
A3 The Foggy, Foggy Dew
A4 Take A Gal Like You
B1 Wanderings
B2 Like A Natural Man
B3 Hard Time Blues
B4 Apples, Peaches And Cherries


With rhythm accompaniment supervised by Denis Preston.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): DRL.638
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): DRL.639
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): DRL 638-2A
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): DRL 639-2B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
H-APB 1005 Josh White And His Guitar A Josh White Program ‎(10") London Records H-APB 1005 UK Unknown