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Jimmie Davis With Charles Mitchell And His Texans - What Good Will It Do / The Same Old Moon Is Shining album

Jimmie Davis With Charles Mitchell And His Texans - What Good Will It Do / The Same Old Moon Is Shining album Performer: Jimmie Davis
Title: What Good Will It Do / The Same Old Moon Is Shining
Style: Country
Date of release: 1939
Size MP3: 1941 mb
Size FLAC: 1254 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: AHX VQF AIFF APE MMF DMF MPC

A. What Good Will It Do. Written-By – Frank Luther (2). B. The Same Old Moon Is Shining. Written-By – Jimmie Davis. Ukulele – Ova Mitchell. Vocals – Jimmie Davis. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout): 65141A X. Matrix, Runout (Side B runout): 65142A.

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You Are My Sunshine" is a song popularized by Jimmie Davis and Charles Mitchell 1939. It has been declared one of the state songs of Louisiana because of its association with Davis, a country music singer and governor of the state in the years 1944–1948 and 1960–1964. The song has been covered numerous times - so often, in fact, that it is "one of the most commercially programmed numbers in American popular music.

Mingus is the tenth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, and a collaboration with composer and jazz musician Charles Mingus. Recorded in the months before his death, it would be Mingus's final musical project; the album is wholly dedicated to him. Mingus was released on June 13, 1979. The album is quite experimental, featuring minimalist jazz, over-plucked, buzzing acoustic guitars, and even wolves howling through "The Wolf That Lives in Lindsey".

old plantation days Makes good old Louisiana The sweetest of all states. The official state song for the state of Louisiana shall also be the musical composition with words and music by Jimmy H. Davis and Charles Mitchell, entitled "You Are My Sunshine"; the words reading as follows: Verses: The other night, dear As I lay sleeping I dreamed I held you in my arms When I awoke, dear I was mistaken And I hung my head and cried

Either way, Davis’ version, released in 1940 by the fledgling Decca Records, was an enormous hit. By today’s standards, it hardly sounds country. That last line of the chorus implies some danger that the singer’s sunshine will be taken away - it will disappear behind a gray cloud or set on the horizon. The verses - so often deleted from performances, especially those intended for underage audiences -reinforce that desperation. The first verse opens with the narrator dreaming of his true love, then waking to find her gone: I hung my head and cried. She had told him she would love him always, but now you’ve left me and love another, You have shattered all my dreams.

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Charles Mitchell was soon enrolled in the Boys' Collegiate School run by the Anglicans in the same "upper-room" Reverend Clarke had used during his short ministry. Here, six months later, he came to the attention of Sophia Cracroft, who mentioned in passing that his "history excited a good deal of attention in these parts. He is not particularly intelligent. What her evidence might be is unknown, but intelligent or not, Charles Mitchell was free - and a witness that even a crooked government could sometimes do the right thing

Tracklist Hide Credits

A What Good Will It Do
Written-By – Frank Luther
B The Same Old Moon Is Shining
Written-By – Jimmie Davis

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Decca Records, Inc.

Credits

  • Double Bass [Uncredited] – Hershel Woodal
  • Fiddle [Uncredited] – Lonnie Hall
  • Guitar [Uncredited] – Tex Swaim
  • Steel Guitar [Electric Steel Guitar, Uncredited] – Charles Mitchell
  • Ukulele [Uncredited] – Ova Mitchell
  • Vocals – Jimmie Davis

Notes

Both sides recorded 5 March 1939 in Houston, TX.

Credits and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Credit role of fiddle for Lonnie Hall is termed "probable."

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 65141A X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): 65142A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 65141
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 65142