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Josh White Vol. 2 1933-1935

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01
Lord, I Want To Die Easy
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02
My Father Is A Husbandman
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Death's Coming Back After You
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Can't Help But Crying Sometimes
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Four And Twenty Elders
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Down On Me
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You Sinner You
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Welfare Blues
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Stormy Weather No. 1
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I Believe I'll Make A Change
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Friendless City Blues
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Gone Mother Blues
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Mean Mistreater Mama
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Evil Man Blues
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She's Alright With Me
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Black Gal
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Milk Cow Blues
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D.B.A. Blues
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New Man Mistreater Blues
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Badly Mistreated man
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Bed Springs Blues
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New Milk Cow Blues
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New D.B.A. Blues
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Sissy Man
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Homeless And Hungry Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 74:16

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They Say All Music Guide

The second of three Josh White CDs that document the folk singer’s early period features him both as a gospel performer (known as “The Singing Christian”) and as a blues singer (billed as “Pinewood Tom”). White’s guitar playing was quite fluent during this period and he sounds quite authentic in these different idioms. The first two sessions feature him solo and then other selections have Walter Roland, Leroy Carr or Clarence Williams on piano, with two songs adding Scrapper Blackwell on second guitar. Among the better selections are “Welfare Blues,” “I Believe I’ll Make a Change,” “Evil Man Blues,” “Black Gal,” “Milk Cow Blues” and “Homeless and Hungry Blues.” – Scott Yanow

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