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  2. The Legendary Reverend Gary Davis, New Blues and Gospel: Biograph: E also Blue Moon BMLP (c) Rev. Gary Davis at Newport: Vanguard: recorded Bring YourMONEY, Honey: Fontana (UK) SFJL recorded Cambridge, MA Reverend Gary Davis – Yazoo: L Also Yazoo CD () as The Complete Early.
  3. rev gary: davis: bring your money, honey! - live at harvard university nmnm: fontana uk: £ sfjl rev gary: davis: children of zion- in concert vg++/vg++: transtlantic uk: £ tra rev gary: davis: never before on lp- from private acetates vg++/vg++: document austria: £ dlp
  4. LP: "Bring Your Money, Honey" Label: Fontana SFJL , K # Tracks: Twelve Gates to the City # Samson and Delilah (If I Had My Way) # Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning # The Boy Was Kissing the Girl (and Playing Guitar ar the Same Time) # Birmingham Special # Time Ain't So Long # Silvie # Lost John # Lo, I'll Be With You Always (all tracks recorded live at Harvard University, .
  5. Us - Lost John - I. Lost John Dean from Bowling Green [Me II-M32] - Handy, W. C. Rt - Lost John - I; Long John Green. Grey, Sara. Down in Old Dolores, Fellside FECD , CD (), 1 (Ballad of Lost John Dean) Hot Rize. Hot Rize presents Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers, Flying Fish FF , LP (), trk# B (Long Gone John from Bowling Green).
  6. Buddy Boy Hawkins recorded it as the novelty record “Voice Throwin’ Blues” in and Jim Jackson recorded it in Both Leadbelly and Jelly Roll Morton recorded it for the Library of Congress. The song lived on in the post-war era with versions by Jesse Fuller, Rev. Gary Davis, Eugene Powell and Charlie Sangster.
  7. 10 Let the Savior Bless Your Soul: The Reverend in the Pulpit 11 Children, Go Where I Send Thee (–62) 12 Lord, Stand by Me (–63) 13 On the Road and Over the Ocean () 14 The Guitar Lessons: “Bring Your Money, Honey!” 15 Buck Dance (–66).
  8. Aug 04,  · From an article in The Quietus, back in , penned by Jim Keoghan: "As soon as a jingly-jangly indie band appears today, the C86 tag isn't far behind. And yet, this wasn't always the case. Over time we seem to have diminished a scene that was .

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