Elton Britt - Korean Mud / The Unknown Soldier album flac
|The Unknown Soldier|
|20-5140||Elton Britt||Korean Mud / The Unknown Soldier (Shellac, 10")||RCA Victor||20-5140||US||1953|
|47-5140||Elton Britt||Korean Mud / The Unknown Soldier (7")||RCA Victor||47-5140||US||1953|
|47-5140||Elton Britt||Korean Mud / The Unknown Soldier (7", Single, Promo)||RCA Victor||47-5140||US||1953|
Elton Britt was born James Elton Baker, in Marshall, Arkansas, a small town in Searcy County, United States.
78 RPM Record About A Soldier Needing Blood During The Korean War.
Music About the Korean War: 1950-1954. Performed by Elton Britt. Written by John Schram & Charles Grean.
A. Korean Mud. Written By – Anna Marie Thomas, Velma T. Jenkins. B. The Unknown Soldier. Written By – Charles Grean, John Schram.
One of the oddest soldier in battle songs was "Korean Mud," recorded by Elton Britt, about an American soldier dying in battle who could be saved if there was enough blood for him. With a rather macabre appeal to the listener to "give, give, give, give more and more of your blood," Britt's recording was surely intended to be part of a blood donation drive. The flip side of this recording contains Britt's "The Unknown Soldier," a powerful song about a dead soldier who, from beyond the grave, fears that he will have died in vain: My grave is a promise you.
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