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Many years before his bland brand of Folk Blues became so popular in the 1950's Folk star Josh White was one of East Coast Blues' most prodigious talents, his first ever recording date in the studio, however, had occurred in 1928 whilst he was still only 14 years of age, and in the company of Blind Joe Taggart. He played second guitar to Taggart on 4 numbers at that first session. One of Brunswick's scouts was searching for talent on the East Coast and discovered Taggart, in Charleston, West Virginia. The decision to record Joe, whose initial session took place in November 1926, marked the dawn of the 'guitar evangelist' era, with the Rev. Edward Clayborn and Blind Willie Johnson. At the time of his November 1926 recording date Blind Joe Taggart was 36 years old.
When I Stand Before The King
Everybody's Got To Be Tried
Just Beyond Jordan
C & O Blues
Goin' To Rest Where Jesus Is
The Storm Is Passing Over
Take Your Burden To The Lord (50)
Coal River Blues
There's A Hand Writing On The Wall
Keep On The Firing Line
Been Listening All Day
Pennsylvania Woman Blues #2
Scandalous And A Shame
God's Gonna Separate The Wheat From The Tares - 1934 version
Fourteenth Street Blues
I Ain't No Sinner Now - 1934 version
I'll Be Satisfied (48)
He Done What The World Couldn't
I Wonder Will My Mother Be On That Train - 1934 version
Oh, Oh, Lonesome Blues
In That Pearly White City Above.