Joshua White And His Carolinians - I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train / Soon In De Mornin' FLAC album
Title: I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train / Soon In De Mornin'
FLAC version ZIP size: 1940 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1586 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1725 mb
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I Wonder Will My Mother Be on Dat Train"/"Soon in De Mornin'". 1940 – "I Don't Care Where Dey Bury My Body" by Joshua White and his Carolinians. 1954 – Lonnie Donegan, on the 45 rpm EP Decca DFE 6345. 1993 – "Bury My Body" by John Lee Hooker, a blues song on the album Nothing But the Blues. 2006 – "I Dont Care Where I Go When I Die", a grindcore song on the album of the same name by Gaza. 2014 – "Bury My Body" by Fishboy on the album An Elephant. Bury My Body may refer to several compilation albums of songs by various artists, unrelated to the main subject of this article.
Joshua White 1933 - 1941, 2m 43sec. iI Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train. Chat About iI Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train by Joshua White.
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Joshua Daniel White (February 11, 1914 – September 5, 1969), known as Josh White, was an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, actor, and civil rights activist. He also recorded under the names "Pinewood Tom" and "Tippy Barton" in the 1930s. White grew up in the South during the 1920s and 1930s, he became a prominent race records artist, with a prolific output of recordings in genres including Piedmont blues, country blues, gospel, and social protest songs. I Wonder Will My Mother Be on Dat Train. Defense Factory Blues.
Joshua White & His Carolinians Length : 02:36. Writer: Public Domain. Composer: Public Domain. Other contributors: . Warner/Chappell Music, Inc. This track is on the following album: In God We Trust (44 Songs). Joshua White & His Carolinians.
|A||I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train|
|B||Soon In De Mornin'|
- Baritone Vocals [uncredited] – Bill White
- Baritone Vocals, Guitar [uncredited] – Josh White
- Bass Vocals [uncredited] – Samuel Gary
- Tenor Vocals [uncredited] – Bayard Rustin, Carrington Lewis
NotesRec August 6, 1940 in New York City
The sources of credits and the recording date are from "Blues Records 1943 to 1970" by Mike Leadbitter and Neil Slaven
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label A side): CO 27811
- Matrix / Runout (Label B side): CO 27812
|1013||Joshua White And His Carolinians*||I Wonder Will My Mother Be On Dat Train / Soon In De Mornin' (Shellac, 10")||Harmony||1013||US||Unknown|