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Reverend Gary Davis - If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings album download

Performer:

Reverend Gary Davis

Title:

If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings

Genre:

Blues / Country and World

MP3 album size:

1667 mb

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Rating:

4.1 ✱

Style:

Country Blues

Date of release:

2003

Reverend Gary Davis - If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 If I Had My Way
Written-By – Gary Davis*
4:43
2 If The Lord Be For You
Arranged By – Gary Davis*Vocals – Annie Davis
3:43
3 Twelve Gates To The City
Arranged By – Gary Davis*
3:53
4 You Got To Move
Written-By – Gary Davis*
4:14
5 We Are The Heavenly Father's Children
Written-By – Phyllis Hall
3:23
6 A Friend Like Lonely Jesus
Written-By – George C. Hugg, Johnson Oatman Jr.*
4:22
7 Get Right Church
Written-By – Gary Davis*
2:23
8 Marine Band
Arranged By – Gary Davis*
2:47
9 Shine On Me 2:58
10 There's Destruction On This Land
Vocals – Annie DavisWritten-By – Gary Davis*
5:20
11 He Stole Away
Arranged By – Gary Davis*Vocals – Kinny Peebles
2:38
12 The Uncloudy Day
Vocals – Kinny PeeblesWritten-By – J.K. Alwood*
4:09
13 Say No To The Devil
Written-By – Gary Davis*
3:16
14 I Belong To The Band
Written-By – Gary Davis*
3:56
15 Give Me A Heart To Love
Vocals, Guitar – Kinny PeeblesWritten-By – Gary Davis*
2:20
16 He Never Has Left Me Alone
Guitar – Rev. Davis*Vocals – Kinny PeeblesWritten-By – Johnson Oatman Jr.*, L.D. Huggstutler
2:52
17 Got On My Traveling Shoes
Vocals – Kinny Peebles
3:03
18 Civil War Blues 5:26

Credits

  • Design, Layout – Visual Dialogue
  • Liner Notes [Additional Notes On Song Sources] – Horace Boyer
  • Liner Notes [Edited By] – Carla Borden
  • Management [Production] – Mary Monseur
  • Mastered By – Pete Reiniger
  • Recorded By, Producer, Liner Notes [Annotated By], Photography By – John Cohen
  • Supervised By [Production] – Atesh Sonneborn*, Daniel Sheehy
  • Vocals, Guitar – Reverend Gary Davis*

Notes

Song titles are approximate; no lists were made at the time of recording.

Recorded in 1953 on a 1/4 inch tape, reel-to-reel Pentron recorder, with the microphone that came with the machine.

℗© 2003 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 093074012321

Album If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings. If I Had My Way Lyrics. this wicked world If I had my way I would tear this old building down Talk, Yeah Yeah, Talk to me Yeah, Yeah, talk to me Yeah, what happened then? If I had my way If I had my way If I had my way I would tear this old building down Yeah you read about old Samson, told from his birth He was the strongest man that ever had lived on Earth So one day while Samson was a-walkin' along He looked on the ground and saw an old jawbone He.

Artist: Reverend Gary Davis. Album: If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings, 2003. This video features Reverend Gary Davis' "Got On My Traveling Shoes" from the 2003 album "If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings" on Smithsonian Folkways.

1. If I Had My Way. 4:46. 2. If the Lord Be for You. 3:45. 3. Twelve Gates to the City. 2003 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. More By Reverend Gary Davis. Rev. Blind Gary Davis 1935 - 1949. Pure Religion and Bad Company.

A Friend Like Lonely Jesus. This song is by Reverend Gary Davis and appears on the album If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings (2003). There's not a friend like the lone, lonely JesusNo, not a oneNo, not oneNo, not oneThere's none like Him can heal our diseasesNo, not oneNo, not oneOh, yes. Now Jesus, He knows all about, all about our troublesNow He will surely guide us till our days are doneOoh, there's not a friend like the lone, lonely JesusOh, no, not oneNo, not oneOh, yes.

Reverend Gary Davis, Pink Anderson - American Street Songs (Album). Vendre cette version. If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings ‎(CD, Album). Smithsonian Folkways.

Reverend Gary Davis, also Blind Gary Davis (born Gary D. Davis, April 30, 1896 – May 5, 1972), was a blues and gospel singer who was also proficient on the banjo, guitar and harmonica. His fingerpicking guitar style influenced many other artists. 2003: ''If I Had My Way: Early Home Recordings''. 1999: ''A Little More Faith''. 1973: ''O, Glory: The Apostolic Studio Sessions''. 1964: ''The Guitar and Banjo of Reverend Gary Davis''. 1962: ''Say No to the Devil''. 1961: ''Harlem Street Singer''.

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