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Album · 2013 · 50 Songs. 50 Blues Ballads Josh White. Listen on Apple Music. Josh White Sings Ballads and Blues. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more. Diğer alışveriş seçenekleri: Bir Apple Store’u ziyaret edin, 00800 448 829 873 ya da 0216 282 15 11 numaralı telefonu arayın veya bir bayi bulun.
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Harlem Blues by Josh White" VOCAL & GUITAR: Josh White. 78/Musicraft album N-3 (ALB-1821). From: Show Music on Record by Jack Raymond. Contributor: White, Josh. Book/Printed Material. Program notes by Kenneth S. Goldstein and Jac Holzman on album cover ; text ( . inserted. With: Josh White sings ballads, blues, and other songs.
Odetta's debut album was a strong, confident effort featuring just her and her guitar on 16 tracks, most of which were traditional in origin. In its day, it was quite an influential recording; Bob Dylan, in fact, once cited this record in particular as the one that made him decide to trade in his electric guitar and amplifier for an acoustic guitar. Several of the songs would find their ways into the repertoires of subsequent folkies, and even some folk-rock bands
TITLE: Ballads And Blues. LABEL & NO: Decca A-447. VINYL CONDITION: Excellent nice gloss. Note: 78's may have poor quality sound and/or surface noise. JACKET CONDITION: VG+ Album has some edge/corner. Top of spine has a tear. 4 - 10" records plays at 78 rpm. Includes original printed booklet. If you have any questions, please ask before purchasing.
Empty Bed Blues was Josh White's farewell recording for Elektra, the record label that helped (re)introduce him to the mainstream during the height of the '60s folk revival. To look at the sexy - and risqu for 1962 - cover, one would think that half of the tunes, stately renditions of gospel songs, wouldn't be at home on the album. But considering that the ribald, innuendo-laden first side is belied by White's silky voice and mellifluous guitar, he almost makes the juke-joint rave-ups sound like show tunes