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Blind Gary Davis - Harlem Street Singer MP3

Blind Gary Davis - Harlem Street Singer MP3

Performer: Blind Gary Davis
Title: Harlem Street Singer
Country: US
Catalog Number: BVLP 1015
Label: Prestige Bluesville
Released: 1961
Style: Country Blues, East Coast Blues, Gospel
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 985


1Lord, I Feel Like Just Goin' On
2I Belong To The Band
3Tryin' To Get Home
4Goin' To Sit Down On The Banks Of The River
5I Am The Light Of This World
6Great Chance Since I Been Born
7Lo, I Be With You Always
8Pure Religion
9Death Don't Have No Mercy
10Twelve Gates To The City
11Let Us Get Together Right Down Here
12Samson And Delilah


  • ProducerKenneth S. Goldstein
  • Recorded ByRudy Van Gelder
  • Written-By, Vocals, GuitarRev. Gary Davis


Harlem Street Singer - Reverend Gary Davis. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Album 2015 12 Songs. Songs in album Reverend Gary Davis - Harlem Street Singer 1960. Reverend Gary Davis - Samson And Delilah. Reverend Gary Davis - Let Us Get Together Right Down Here. Reverend Gary Davis - I Belong To The Band. Reverend Gary Davis - Pure Religion. Reverend Gary Davis - Great Change Since I Been Born. Reverend Gary Davis - Death Don't Have No Mercy. Reverend Gary Davis - Twelve Gates To The City. Reverend Gary Davis - Goin' To Sit Down On The Banks Of The R. Harlem Street Singer is an album by blues musician Blind Gary Davis recorded in 1960 and released on the Bluesville label the following year. Overall, the collection is well worth the purchase and should be considered essential listening for fans of country blues or gospel. All compositions by Gary Davis except where noted. Samson and Delilah Traditional 4:02. Starting off the session with a version of Blind Willie Johnson's If I Had My Way I'd Tear That Building Down, here renamed Samson and Delilah, Davis is in fine form. His vocals are as expressive as Ray Charles' while similar in richness to Richie Havens' work. Harlem Street Singer features his inspired country blues fingerpicking as well. Many moods color the selections, from the gentle I Belong to the Band to the mournful Death Don't Have No Mercy, only to be followed by the joyous shouting of Goin' to Sit Do. Blind Gary Davis 1964 A view of the blind folk singer Gary Davis and the world in which he lived. Completa la tua Collezione su Blind Gary Davis. Reverend Gary Davis. Harlem Street Singer, 1961. Let Us Get Together Right Down Here, 03:09. Pure Religion, 02:57. Great Change Since I Been Born, 04:03. Goin' to Sit Down On the Banks of the River, 02:55. Tryin' to Get Home, 03:47. Lo, I Be With You Always, 04:18. Gary Davis Harlem Street Singer Samson And Delilah, Let Us Get Together Right Down Here and more. 12 tracks 43:40. Recorded on the cusp of this renewed excitement, Harlem Street Singer features Davis singing spirituals, including his very popular Samson and Delilah. This album has so many songs that people thought contemporaries like the Rolling Stones The Grateful Dead etcetera Originals however these are written a long time ago it's saying 90 times better. For instance the famous death don't have no mercy Jerry Garcia played at the closing of almost every Grateful Dead tour late 80s of attila's death

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