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  1. Moogugis Reply
    "Rock Island Line" is an American folk song. Ostensibly about the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, it appeared as a folk song as early as The first recorded performance of "Rock Island Line" was by inmates of the Arkansas Cummins State Farm prison in The beginning of the most popular version of the song tells the story of a train operator who .
  2. Kigagrel Reply
    Lead Belly. Take This Hammer by Lead Belly was a LP reissue of two monophonic releases from the s (Take This Hammer and Rock Island Line) that were “electronically rechanneled to simulate stereophonic sound.”. It includes such classics as “Good Night, Irene” and “Pick a Bale of Cotton.”. Lead Belly, with “his steel voice, his steel arm on the twelve .
  3. Tygoramar Reply
    Bourgeois Blues - Lead Belly Legacy Vol.2 () Shout On - Lead Belly Legacy Vol.3 () Smithsonian Folkways have also released a number of other collections of his recordings for the label: Leadbelly Sings Folk Songs () Lead Belly's Last Sessions (4-CD box set) () Recorded late in New York City. [24].
  4. Zulugar Reply
    Lead Belly was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in and the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame in Though many releases credit him as "Leadbelly", he himself wrote it as "Lead Belly", which is also the spelling on his tombstone and the spelling used by the Lead Belly Foundation. Update this biography».
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    Huddie Ledbetter, known as Lead Belly, was a unique figure in the American popular music of the 20th century. Ultimately, he was best remembered for a body of songs that he discovered, adapted, or wrote, including "Goodnight, Irene," "Rock Island Line," "Cotton Fields." But he was also an early example of a folksinger whose background had brought him into direct contact .
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    The following is a partial list of songs performed by Lead Belly. Lead Belly, born Huddie Ledbetter, was an American folk and blues musician active in the s and s. This list is incomplete ; you can help by expanding it.