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The guitar evangelists

by Johnson, Blind Willie,

Format: Music CD 2004
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets COMPACT DISC Go Joh 24021
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Go Joh 24021
 
 
Contents
CD A, 1927. Your enemy cannot harm you ; The gospel train is coming (Edward W. Clayborn). Mother's prayer ; I'm so glad today ; Honey in the rock ; Wouldn't mind dying if dying was all (A.C. & Blind Mamie Forehand). Let that lie alone ; There'll be glory ; Death is only a dream ; Let Jesus lead you ; Jesus will make it alright ; Bye and bye when the morning comes ; Jesus is sweeter than honey in the comb ; With my Saviour I shall be ; O Lord, I'm in your care ; Everybody ought to treat their mother right ; Then we'll need that true religion ; You never will know who is your friend (Edward W. Clayborn). I know his blood can make me whole ; Jesus make up my dying bed ; It's nobody's fault but mine ; Mother's children have a hard time ; Dark was the night
cold was the ground ; If I had my way I'd tear this building down (Blind Willie Johnson)
CD B, 1928. In time of trouble Jesus will never say goodbye ; A letter from Father ; God's riding through the land ; Men, don't forget your wives for sweethearts ; If my Saviour holds my hand I will go ; Jesus went on man's bond ; I heard the angels singing ; I shall not be moved (Edward W. Clayborn). Sleep on, Mother, sleep on ; The lion and the tribes of Judah ; Arise and shine ; How much I owe (Lonnie McIntorsh). The wrong way to celebrate Christmas ; This time another year you may be gone ; I have a home in the sky ; Just beyond the Jordan River (Edward W. Clayborn). I'm gonna live so God can use me ; Hide me in the blood of Jesus (Blind Benny Paris). I wouldn't mind dying (but I gotta go by myself) ; You better quit drinking shine (I.B. Ware with wife and son). I'm gonna run to the City of Refuge ; Jesus is coming soon ; Lord, I just can't keep from crying ; Keep your lamp trimmed and burning (Blind Willie Johnson)
CD C, 1929-1930. Does Jesus care? ; Where he leads me I will follow (Blind Willie Harris). Your true friends ; Come and go with me to my Father's house ; When I lay my burden down ; Where shall I be when the first trumpet sounds? (Edward W. Clayborn). Let your light shine on me ; God don't never change ; Bye and bye I'm goin' to see my King ; Sweeter as the years roll by ; You'll need somebody on your bond ; When the war was on ; Praise God I'm satisfied ; Take your burden to the Lord and leave it there ; Take your stand ; God moves on the water ; Can't nobody hide from God ; If it had not been for Jesus ; Go with me to the land ; The rain don't fall on me ; Trouble will soon be over ; The soul of a man ; Everybody ought to treat a stranger right ; Church, I'm fully saved today (Blind Willie Johnson)
CD D, 1930-1953. John the Revelator ; You're gonna need somebody on your bond (Blind Willie Johnson). Go, I'll send thee ; Everybody ought to pray some time (Dennis Crumpton & Robert Summers). I want two wings ; God's mighty hand (Utah Smith). Don't want to go there ; Where the sun never goes down (Willie Mae Williams). God don't like it ; Lord will make a way ; God don't like it ; If I could hear my mother pray again ; Death in the morning ; I'm gonna do my best ; I don't know how to get along without the Lord ; Let that liar pass on by ; Do you call that religion? ; Jesus loves us all (A. Johnson). Two wings ; Take a trip (Utah Smith). The Lord will make a way somehow ; Run, children, run (A. Johnson). I got two wings ; Glory to Jesus, I'm free (Utah Smith).

Additional Information
Subjects Gospel music.
Blues (Music)
Sacred songs with guitar.
Publisher London, England :JSP Records,2004
Other Titles Blind Willie Johnson and the guitar evangelists
Contributors Clayborn, Edward W., performer.
Forehand, A. C., performer.
Forehand, Blind Mamie, performer.
McIntorsh, Lonnie, performer.
Paris, Blind Benny, performer.
Ware, I. B., performer.
Harris, Blind Willie, performer.
Crumpton, Dennis, performer.
Summers, Robert, performer.
Smith, Utah, performer.
Williams, Willie Mae, performer.
Johnson, A. (Anderson), performer.
Participants/Performers Blind Willie Johnson, vocals, guitar, and various other blues gospel vocalists accompanying themselves on guitar.
Language English
Notes Blues gospel music.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Keith Briggs inserted in containers.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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