Rev. Edward W. Clayborn
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Rev. Edward W. Clayborn

Rev. Edward W. Clayborn Biography (Wikipedia)

Reverend Edward W. Clayborn was an American musician, known as the "Guitar Evangelist". He sang a form of blues gospel similar to Blind Willie Johnson. Clayborn recorded forty songs, for Vocalion Records between 1926 and 1930. In The Ganymede Takeover, the San Franciscan author Philip K. Dick, a record enthusiast, has a character state that "True Religion", sung by Clayborn was one of the first jazz recordings.

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The Wrong Way To Celebrate Christmas
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The Wrong Way To Celebrate Christmas
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Wrong Way To Celebrate
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Wrong Way To Celebrate
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This time another year you may be gone
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This time another year you may be gone
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Let That Lie Alone
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Let That Lie Alone
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God's Riding Through The Land
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God's Riding Through The Land
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