Men Don’t Forget Your Wives
Posted in 1920s,Gospel,Honey on 04.09.07

Rev. Edward Clayborn is often dismissed as being a one-dimensional guitar player and lyricist, which isn’t without merit. However, that one plodding driving bass line that underscores most of his recorded work is really good. Granted he isn’t as diverse lyrically as Rev. Gary Davis or Blind Willie Johnson, but he is good at what he does – translating Bible scripture into easily understandable music lyrics that never feel preachy or didactic.

Rev. Edward W. Clayborn – Men Don’t Forget Your Wives For Your Sweetheart


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By Private Beach on 04.10.07 2:06 am

Plural “wives”, singular “sweetheart” – hmmm.

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