My Lord What a Mornin'

My Lord What a Mornin'
Harry Belafonte
Released 1960
Recorded 1960 at RCA Victor Studio A, New York City
Genre Folk
Label RCA
Producer Bob Bollard
Harry Belafonte chronology

Porgy and Bess
My Lord What a Mornin'
Belafonte Returns to Carnegie Hall
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

My Lord What a Mornin' is an album by Harry Belafonte, released in 1960.[2]

Track listing

  1. "Wake up Jacob" (Harry Belafonte, Gene Corman, Milton Okun) – 1:55
  2. "My Lord, What a Mornin'" (Belafonte, Corman, Okun) – 4:27
  3. "Ezekiel" (Traditional) – 3:41
  4. "'Buked and Scorned" (Belafonte, Corman) – 4:45
  5. "Stars Shinin' (By 'N By)" (Belafonte, Corman, Okun) – 1:38
  6. "Oh, Freedom" (Belafonte, Corman, Okun) – 3:22
  7. "Were You There When They Crucified My Lord?" (Traditional) – 4:38
  8. "Oh, Let Me Fly" (Belafonte, Corman, Okun) – 2:11
  9. "Swing Low" (Traditional) – 4:02
  10. "March Down to Jordan" (Belafonte, Okun, Ned Wright) – 3:28
  11. "Steal Away" – 3:47
    1995 reissue bonus tracks:
  12. "All My Trials" (Traditional, Carter, Greene) – 4:04
  13. "Michael Row the Boat Ashore" (Traditional) – 3:59
  14. "Go Down Emanuel Road" (irving Burgie) – 3:12
  15. "In My Father's House" – 3:37
  16. "Goin' Down Jordan" (Theophilus Woods) – 3:38


Production notes:

  • Bob Bollard – producer
  • Conducted by Bob Corman
  • Bob Simpson – engineer
  • Herschel Levit – cover art
  • Langston Hughes – liner notes

Chart positions

Year Chart Position
1960 The Billboard 200 34


External links

  • Belafonte Tracks discography site.
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