Blues

We have a modest collection of preowned blues records. What is listed here is just a small representation of what we have to give people a general idea of what we *may* have. If looking to buy from our site, *please* contact us on availability, or just contact us to see what we do have in stock. Thanks.

Josh At Midnight
Artist: Josh White
$24. 98
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Condition: Very Gently Used
Label: Elektra EKL-102

This is a rare recording from blues man Josh White. It's on the Elektra label and is an original release. In many circles White flew under the radar of all the blues greats, but was admired by many in the blues circles. This record includes "St. James Infirmary", "Timber" (often covered by Phish), "One Meat Ball" (perhaps his biggest hit) and "Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dyin' Bed". Order it today, it's in great shape and plays well.  This record is from a very well kept collection.

Josh White DL8665
Artist: Josh White
$14. 98
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Condition: Very Gently Used
Label: Decca

The cover is as shown on this record from bluesman, folk artist, and civil rights activist, Josh White. As it says, this is the Decca DL-8665 release. It is an original release, not a reissue or reproduction. These White records on this site are rare and very collectible. This record has extensive liner notes written by music archivist, Alan Lomax. This record includes "I Gave My Love A Cherry", "Watercress", "Waltzing Matilda", "Strange Fruit", & "Nobody Knows You When You Are Down and Out". Josh White has performed in the White House and was the first black artist to play the Society Cafe in New York's Greenwich Village. He had a stamp made for him by the United States Post Office.