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Frankie And Albert - Leadbelly - Vol. 3 1935 (Complete Library Of Congress Recordings In Chronologic

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  1. The Austrian Document Records label begins its series of CDs presenting Leadbelly's commercial recordings in chronological order from , although annotator Ken Romanowski acknowledges that the singer "had recorded a combined total of well over two hundred titles" prior to that date, tracks made either for the Library of Congress or ARC Records under the auspices of John 7/
  2. Apr 25,  · For even greater immersion in Leadbelly's music, try Document's multi-volume survey which digs deeper into the Library of Congress strata. There you will find (on Vol. 4, DOCD ) the original two-part realization of "Whoa Back Buck (Whoa Goddamn)", the exciting prologue to the version he recorded with the Golden Gate Quartet in June Released on: April 25,
  3. Chanteur US né Huddie William Ledbetter, le 29 Janvier à Jeter Plantation, Mooringsport (Louisiane). Leadbelly, après de nombreuses années de prison, a débuté en e.
  4. Leadbelly recorded numerous times for the Library of Congress between and , and while many of these recordings are sonically a bit rough, their real value is their diversity as Leadbelly ran through his entire repertoire, which ranged from spoken word pieces, field hollers, work songs, children's tunes, and dance and fiddle reels to subtly rewritten folk and modern 7/
  5. Feb 15,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Frankie And Albert · Leadbelly Leadbelly ARC & Library of Congress Recordings Vol. 3 () ℗ Document Records Released on: Auto.
  6. In early July of , Alan and John Lomax visited Angola Penitentiary in Louisiana with the intention of recording the music of the inmates who lived there. That day, Huddie Ledbetter, aka Leadbelly, cut his first recorded version of what became known as "Goodnight Irene 10/
  7. Jun 13,  · The first title in the three-volume Library of Congress Recordings series of the titanic singer and string guitarist, Midnight Special consists of recordings that date back to By then, the much-traveled, oft-jailed Huddie Leadbetter had assembled a repertoire that was laden with what would become signature Leadbelly tunes/5(5).

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