Belafonte - Ballads,
Blues & Boasters - LSP 2953 - (Condition 85-90%) - LP Record
Belafonte Sings the Blues
is an album by Harry Belafonte, released by RCA Victor (LPM/LSP-1972) in
1958. It was recorded in New York City on January 29 (with Alan Greene as
conductor) and March 29 (with Bob Corman as conductor), and in Hollywood on
June 5 and 7 (conducted by Dennis Farnon). The album was Belafonte's first to
be recorded in stereophonic sound.
- Ballads, Blues & Boasters - LSP 2953
Bob Bollard &
John Cartwright, Percy
Brice, Ernie Calabria, Jay Berliner, Paul Griffin & Ralph MacDonald
Bass, Drums, Guitar, Organ
Bill Eaton, G. Tipton,
Joe Tinker Lewis, Mark Spoelstra, Carver Neblett, Trad., Woodie Guthrie, H.
A. Roberts, Ian Tyson, Kaye Dunham & J. Sellers