DIS TRAIN

Latest update on 06/03/2019

Artist: Florida Normal and Industrial Institute Quartette
Author: traditional
Label: Okeh
Year: 1924

Reissued on Document cd Earliest Negro Vocal Groups Vol. 3.

Covers:

1925:

Wood's Famous Blind Jubilee Singers [as This Train Is Bound For Glory]

1927:

Biddleville Quintette [idem]

1929:

Vaughn Happy Two [as This Train]

1931:

Bryant's Jubilee Quartet [idem]

1931:

Garland Jubilee Singers [as This Train Don't Carry No Gamblers]

1935:

Dick Hartman's Tennessee Ramblers [as This Train]

1939:

Lulu Belle & Scotty [idem]

1939:

Sister Rosetta Tharpe [idem]

1942:

Roosevelt Sykes [melody for Sugar Babe Blues]

1955:

Rev. Ballinger [as This Train for Chess on the same day as Little Walter's My Babe (January 25); both Odie Payne and Willie Dixon played on this session]

1955:

Little Walter [as My Babe, crediting Willie Dixon; first n°1 R&B for a Willie Dixon song, the second one for Little Walter (following Juke)]

1955:

Gaylords [idem]

1956:

Nat Adderley [as Jackleg]

1957:

Narvel Felts [as My Babe]

1957:

Ric Cartey [idem]

1958:

Dale Hawkins [idem]

1959:

Gene Vincent [as My Baby Don't Law]

1959:

Cliff Richard

1960:

Gerry & The Pacemakers

1961:

Howlin' Wolf [as Little Baby, crediting Willie Dixon, with Hubert Sumlin, Willie on bass and Sam Lay on drums]

1962:

Bo Diddley [as My Babe]

1962:

Dick Rivers & Les Chats Sauvages [as Oh oui]

1963:

Righteous Brothers

1963:

Sonny Boy Williamson & The Animals [on lp Newcastle December 1963]

1963:

Tornados

1963:

Mitty Collier [as My Babe]

1964:

Johnny Kidd & The Pirates

1964:

Golden Gate Quartet [as Some Train]

1965:

Johnny Hallyday [as Va-t'en]

1965:

Everly Brothers [als My Babe]

1966:

Motions [idem]

1966:

Blues Project [as I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes, credited to Al Kooper but clearly adapted from My Babe]

1966:

Roy Head

1967:

Ten Years After [idem]

1969:

Bintangs [as My Babe]

1969:

Elvis Presley [idem]

1970:

Brenda Patterson [as I Can't Keep From Cryin' Sometimes]

1970:

Napoleon Strickland Fife & Drum Band [fife & drum version as My Babe; then there's Jessie Mae Hemphill, granddaughter of Sid Hemphill, and her album She-Wolf where she cut a song she learned from her grandfather: My Lord Do Just What He Say, all in the fife & drum style of her North Mississippi region; Napoleon Strickland and Otha Turner, fife & drum rolemodels, cut their version after Little Walter's hit as My Babe; Sid Hemphill didn't record My Lord Do Just What He Say, we have to rely on his grandchild]

1972:

Lightnin' Slim [idem]

1975:

Rod Piazza [with Hollywood Fats]

1977:

Albert King

1979:

John Hammond Jr.

1980:

Jessie Mae Hemphill [on She Wolf; see note under Napoleon Strickland's version]

1982:

Blues Band [as Little Baby (Howlin' Wolf)]

1988:

Keith Richards [bonustrack Talk Is Cheap]

1991:

Long Tall Texans [as My Babe]

1993:

Lou Rawls

1993:

Solomon Burke

1994:

Johnny G

1994:

Lonnie Pitchford

1995:

Rolling Stones [as Little Baby on Stripped]

1997:

Terry Evans [as My Babe]

2001:

Big Jack Johnson & Kim Wilson

2004:

Jools Holland & Tom Jones

2005:

Precious Bryant

2007:

Dion

2010:

Mose Allison [as My Brain]

2011:

George Thorogood [as My Babe]

2013:

North Mississippi Allstars

2016:

Rides

More My Babe's by Ramsey Lewis, Spencer Davis, Ike & Tina Turner, Nancy Wilson, Fabian, The Contours, Bill Black, Conway Twitty, Ronnie Hawkins, Gene Ammons, Lonnie Mack, The Uniques, John Lee Hooker, Ricky Nelson, Lee Dorsey, Mickey Gilley, Norman Luboff Choir, Steve Miller, Lightnin' Hopkins and Chuck Berry.

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