Lead Belly* & Josh White ‎– Black Folk Singers: The Remaining Titles (1937-1946)

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Document Records (2) ‎– DOCD-1018
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Leadbelly (1937-1946)
1 Leadbelly Untitled (994-B-2-LC) 2:28
2 Leadbelly Introduction (WNYC Broadcast) 1:02
3 Leadbelly Ain't Going Down (WNYC Broadcast) 0:28
4 Leadbelly Don't You Love Your Daddy No More (NBC Chamber Music B'cast) 2:45
5 Leadbelly You Can't Lose Me Charlie (NBC Chamber Music Broadcast) 1:34
6 Leadbelly When You Get To Sleep, Please Don't Sleep Too Long (WNYC Broadcast) 2:04
7 Leadbelly Uncle Sam Says (Bottle Up And Go) 2:13
8 Leadbelly Dear Mr. President / President Roosevelt (6407-A-1 & 2-LC) 3:55
9 Leadbelly If You Want To Do Your Part (Radio Broadcast) 2:39
10 Leadbelly Hitler Song 4:33
11 Leadbelly Rock Island Line (AFRS Jubilee 107) 1:36
12 Leadbelly Jim Crow Blues (AFRS Jubilee 107) 2:24
13 Leadbelly Careless Love
Featuring – Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee
2:08
Josh White (1944-1946)
14 Josh White Hold On (The Union Boys) 2:10
15 Josh White Motherless Children (Alt. Take 1) 2:07
16 Josh White Motherless Children (Alt. Take 2) 2:26
17 Josh White Number 12 Train (Alt. Take) 3:36
18 Josh White When I Lay Down (Alt. Take) 2:34
19 Josh White Don't Lie Buddy 2:19
20 Josh White No More Blues (No More Bread Lines) (Alt. Take) 2:43
21 Josh White One Meat Ball (Alt. Take) 3:08
22 Josh White In My Time Of Dying 3:13
23 Josh White Evil Hearted Man (AFRS Jubilee 219) 2:52
24 Josh White One Meat Ball (AFRS Jubilee 219) 3:11
25 Josh White Take A Gal Like You 3:08
26 Josh White Jelly Jelly 2:25
27 Josh White Whatcha Gonna Do (Sometime) 1:12
28 Josh White Trouble (Alt. Take) 2:38
29 Josh White Beloved Comrade 2:01
30 Josh White Free And Equal Blues 4:27

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Notes

Remastered at Soundborn Studios, Vienna.

Original recordings from the collections of Larry Cohn, Bernard Klatzko, Dave Moore, Dr. Konrad Nowakowski, Johnny Parth, Dr. Guido van Rijn, Klaus Schulz, Chris Smith, Hubert Stowitschek, and Paul Swinton.

Original Matrix Information:
1: Washington, D.C., June 22, 1937 (994-B-2, Library of Congress unissued)
2: New York City, June 19, 1940 (none, WNYC radio broadcast)
3: New York City, June 19, 1940 (none, WNYC radio broadcast)
4: New York City, August 4, 1940 (none, Collector's Club LP 23)
5: New York City, August 4, 1940 (none, Collector's Club LP 23)
6: New York City, February 27, 1941 (none, Folkways acetate 376)
7: New York City, January 17, 1942 (none, Folkways acetate 317)
8: City College, New York City, January 20, 1942 (6407-A-1,-2, Library of Congress unissued)
9: Unknown, April 29, 1942 (none, Folkways acetate 271)
10: Unknown, unknown (none, Asch unissued)
11: Hollywood, California, November 6, 1944 (none, Armed Forces Radio Service Jubilee 107)
12: Hollywood, California, November 6, 1944 (none, Collector's Club LP 23)
13: New York City, c. June 1946 (none, Verve Folkways 9010)
14: New York City, March 11, 1944 (621, Asch 346-1-B)
15: New York City, April 1944 (141 or 148-alt. take 1, Stinson LP 15)
16: New York City, April 1944 (141 or 148-alt. take 2, Folkways acetate 892)
17: New York City, April 1944 (174-alt. take, Folkways acetate 3940)
18: New York City, April 19, 1944 (MA-60-alt. take, Folkways acetate 611)
19: New York City, April 19, 1944 (63, Asch 432-3A)
20: New York City, June 19, 1944 (158-alt. take 1, Folkways acetate 3936)
21: New York City, September 6, 1944 (MA-170-alt. take, Disc 117)
22: New York CIty, c. 1945 (B-6, Folkways acetate 402)
23: Hollywood, California, March 19, 1945 (6936, Armed Forces Radio Service Jubilee 219)
24: Hollywood, California, March 19, 1945 (6937, Armed Forces Radio Service Jubilee 219)
25: New York City, possibly October 25, 1945 (none, Folkways acetate 606)
26: New York City, possibly October 25, 1945 (none, Folkways acetate 617)
27: New York City, possibly October 25, 1945 (none, Folkways acetate 855)
28: New York City, possibly October 25, 1945 (MA-175-alt. take, Folkways acetate 274)
29: New York City, possibly October 25, 1945 (none, Folkways acetate 3704)
30: New York City, May 16, 1946 (none, Folkways acetate 3653)

The remaining part of the WNYC radio broadcast is on Biograph BCD 113.
The broadcast date of August 4, 1949 give for tracks 4 and 5 in postwar discographies is a misprint; the correct broadcast date is given above.

℗ © 1999 by Document Records, Vienna.
Made in Austria.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 14298 10182 9
  • Matrix / Runout: A0100281067-0101 11 A0 DADC
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94C5
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana

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