TAKE THY BURDEN TO THE LORD

Latest update on 15/10/2013

Artist: Seventh Day Adventists Choir
Author: trad./Charles A. Tindley
Label: Columbia
Year: 1926

Published in 1916. Tindley also wrote Stand By Me (1905) and I'll Overcome Some Day (1901). See there.

Covers:

1926:

Blind Joe Taggert [three days later]

1927:

Jepson & Donaldson [as Leave It There]

1927:

Frank & James McCravy [for Vocalion]

1927:

Washington Phillips [as Take Your Burden To The Lord And Leave It There for Columbia]

1928:

Pace Jubilee Singers [idem]

1929:

Blind Roosevelt Graves [as Take Your Burden To The Lord]

1929:

Blind Willie Johnson

1961:

Clay & Scott [Clarence Clay & William Scott, two blind buskers from Philadelphia, recorded by folk & gospel collector Pete Welding]

1968:

Dock Boggs

1983:

Bob Dylan [as Death Is Not The End, outtake Infidels]

1986:

Waterboys [idem; live]

1988:

Bob Dylan [on Down In The Groove]

1989:

Gavin Friday [idem]

1996:

Nick Cave & Shane MacGowan [idem]

1997:

Freek De Jonge & Stips [as Leven Na De Dood; n°1 NL]

1998:

Vliegende Panters [as Zinloos Geweld; influenced by Freek De Jonge's approach]

2013:

Blind Boys Of Alabama

There are more outtakes from these Infidels sessions. Dylan had booked New York's Power Station studio for a full month, something he'd never done before. See also: Hard Times Blues.

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