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    Washington PhillipsDenomination Blues

    Label:Agram Blues – AB 2006
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Remastered
    Country:Netherlands
    Released:
    Genre:Blues
    Style:Country Blues, Gospel

    Tracklist

    A1Mother's Last Word To Her Son2:35
    A2Take Your Burden To The Lord And Leave It There3:07
    A3Paul And Silas In Jail2:22
    A4Lift Him Up That's All3:26
    A5Denomination Blues - Part 13:00
    A6Denomination Blues - Part 22:32
    A7I Am Born To Preach The Gospel2:58
    A8Train Your Child3:02
    B1Jesus Is My Friend2:47
    B2What Are They Doing In Heaven Today ?3:12
    B3A Mother's Last Word To Her Daughter2:55
    B4I've Got The Key To The Kingdom3:02
    B5You Can't Stop A Tattler - Part 12:47
    B6You Can't Stop A Tattler - Part 22:43
    B7I Had A Good Father And Mother2:55
    B8The Church Needs Good Deacons2:51
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    Orange labels

    Remastered from rare original 78's at Rabbit Hole Studios.
    Original recordings were made in Dallas, Texas, USA, December 1927, 1928 & 1929.
    Liner notes and lyric sheet by Guido van Rijn and Hans Vergeer added to release.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Rights Society: SABAM

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Denomination Blues (LP, Compilation, Remastered, Stereo)Agram BluesAB 2006Netherlands1979
    New Submission
    Denomination Blues (LP, Compilation, Remastered, Stereo, White labels)Agram BluesAB 2006Netherlands1979

    Reviews

    hhjack's profile picture
    hhjack
    Picked up a copy of this release after the Washington Phillips' compilation from Mississippi Records let me down with a poor pressing plaqued by horrible wow and flutter issues. No wow and flutter problems here but unfortunately Phillips' unique instrument, the zither, is nearly lost in the mix over Phillips' vocals. Perhaps the original pressing from Mississippi is better???