Folk Songs Album has 8 songs sung by Josh White. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Folk Songs songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Folk songs sung by Josh White; Vocal, guitar. Digitized from a shellac record, at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated eliptical, . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. Part of 1944 album titles "Folk Songs Sung By Josh White" released by ASCH International. This side is of an American traditional blues tune "St. James Infirmary". com/watch?v oXMx8OW32Bs).
2019 Analog Source Remaster 2019. 2013 Accompanied by Al Hall bass. Sonny Greer Drums, Brushes. From New York to London. Josh White 1932-1945: Blues, Spirituals and Folk Songs.
Josh White record album Chain Gang Songs. Josh white - folk songs sung by - 3-78 rpm - asch 358 - 1940s - blues; protest.
White learned the song from a "white hillbilly singer", who might have been Ashley, in North Carolina in 1923–1924. Lead Belly recorded two versions of the song, in February 1944 and in October 1948, called "In New Orleans" and "The House of the Rising Sun", respectively; the latter was recorded in sessions that were later used on the album Lead. Belly's Last Sessions (1994, Smithsonian Folkways). In 1957, Glenn Yarbrough recorded the song for Elektra Records.
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Album · 1999 · 22 Songs. Songs From The Chain Gang - The Best Of Josh White. Jazz Figures, Josh White (1932-1936). Black Folk Singers: The Remaining Titles (1937-1946).
Still, the "big band"-style blues embodied on these 1956-vintage recordings may surprise those who only know White from his acoustic sides cut during the folk revival of the later 1950s and early 1960s. His voice - still an excellent instrument in its own right two decades into his recording career - and acoustic guitar mesh nicely with a sextet consisting of Jack Fallon (bass), Phil Seamen (drums), Bertie King (alto sax), Fred Hartz (tenor sax), Benny Green (baritone sax), and Kenny Baker (trumpet), on "Kansas City Blues.
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|358||Josh White||Folk Songs Sung By Josh White (3xShellac, 10", Album)||Asch Records, Asch Internatonal||358||US||1944|
|358-2||Josh White||St. James Infirmary / No. 12 Train (Shellac, 10")||Asch Internatonal||358-2||US||1944|
|358-3||Josh White||Trouble / Jerry (Shellac, 10")||Asch Internatonal||358-3||US||1944|