Joshua White* - ;Pinewood Tom; Joshua White (1934-1941) (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vinyl and CD 1 – 63 of Prev; 1; Next; Jump to; Genre. Show. Cat# Joshua White* "Pinewood Tom" Joshua White Sell This Version: BD Big Bill Broonzy: Vol. 2 ( - ) ‎ (LP, Comp, Mono) Rst Records: BD Austria: Sell .
  2. Ballads and Blues () I Gave My Love a Cherry, The Lass With the Delicate Air, Evil Hearted Man, Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out, Frankie and Johnny, John Henry, Sometime, Strange Fruit Josh White's Blues () How Long Blues, Careless Love, Oh Lula, St Louis Blues, Kansas City.
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  4. He recorded under variations upon his own name — Josh White and Joshua White, in particular, but also under a number of aliases “The Singing Christian”, “Pinewood Tom” and “Tippy Barton” The original LP Empty bed Blues was recorded Elektra in /5(10).
  5. Can't Help but Crying Sometimes This song is by Joshua White and appears on the album "Pinewood Tom" Joshua White () ().
  6. – SEALED ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK – 12 INCH 33 RPM VINYL LONG PLAY ALBUM. $ Genre: Soundtracks & Musicals. $ shipping. Style: Film Score/Soundtrack Joshua White Blues LP with his Carolinians~Pinewood Tom. $ Genre: Blues. $ shipping Thats Where I Was Born-Territory Blues LP Magpie PY UK.
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  8. 10" Decca JOSH WHITE ballads and blues volume 2 LP VG+ DL Vinyl Record Favourite Auctions Josh White "Pinewood Tom" Joshua White () BD Rst Records: LP, Compilation, Remastered, Mono: Austria: Josh-Josh: Cassius Clay: HC
  9. Aug 14,  · He began recording in and, on some early records is billed as “Joshua White, the Singing Christian” and “Pinewood Tom.” One of White’s early Piedmont blues offerings was a song.

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