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CDs with: Leadbelly

Folkways, the original vision.
Sylvie / Huddie Ledbetter -- Pretty Boy Floyd / Woody Guthrie -- Do re mi / Woody Guthrie -- I ain't got no home / Woody Guthrie -- Jesus Christ / Woody Guthrie -- Rock Island Line / Huddie Ledbetter -- 4, 5, and 9 / Huddie Ledbetter -- Will Geer reading Guthrie -- Hard travelling / Woody Guthrie -- Fannin Street / Huddie Ledbetter, John A. Lomax, Alan Lomax -- Philadelphia lawyer / Woody Guthrie -- Hobo's lullaby / Goebel Reeves -- The bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter -- Gray goose / Huddie Ledbetter -- Goodnight Irene / Huddie Ledbetter, John A. Lomax -- Vigilante man / Woody Guthrie -- This land is your land / Woody Guthrie -- Woody's rag / Woody Guthrie -- The midnight special / Huddie Ledbetter ; adapted by John A. and Alan Lomax -- We shall be free / Huddie Ledbetter.
CD 343
If I had a hammer : songs of hope & struggle / Pete Seeger.
I'd hammer in the morning (introduction). If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (1:52) -- Solidarity forever (unions and labor). Banks of marble / Les Rice (3:12) ; Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (2:06) ; Casey Jones (The union scab) / Joe Hill, E.W. Newton (1:54) ; Talking union / Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:01) ; Joe Hill / Alfred Hayes, Earl Robinson (2:29) ; Union maid / Woody Guthrie (2:12) ; Step by step / Traditional, arr. by Waledmar Hille, Pete Seeger (1:33) ; Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin, David Welsh (2:51) -- Study war no more (peace). Where have all the flowers gone / Pete Seeger (2:01) ; Talking atom / Vern Partlow (2:25) ; Crow on the cradle / Sidney Carter (2:21) ; Last night I had the strangest dream / Ed McCurdy (2:21) ; Study war no more (Down by the riverside) / Trad. (3:09) -- We shall overcome (civil rights). Bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter (2:03) ; River of my people / Trad., words by Pete Seeger (3:03) ; Hold on (Hand on the plow) / Trad. (3:16) ; We shall overcome / Trad., adapted by Zilphia Horton, Frank Hamilton, Guy Carawan, Pete Seeger (4:38) -- I'd hammer in the evening (hope). He lies in the American land / Andrew Kovaly, Pete Seeger (1:57) ; Well may the world go / Pete Seeger (2:38) ; Turn, turn, turn / words from the Bible, music and additional words by Pete Seeger (2:43) ; Tomorrow is a highway / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:28) ; Oh, had I a golden thread / Pete Seeger (3:26) ; We'll all be a-doubling Pete Seeger (Tao Rodriquez, vocals; David Amram, dombek; recorded Mar. 1998, Beacon, NY) (1:53) ; Arrange and rearrange Pete Seeger (Rodriquez; Amram) (4:48) ; If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (2:10).
CD 2100
Leadbelly sings folk songs / Leadbelly.
There's a man going around taking names (1:25) -- Stewball (2:24) -- Keep your hands off her (2:50) -- Good-good-good (talking, preaching); We shall walk through the valley (2:08) -- Lining track (1:10) -- Outskirts of town (2:35) -- We shall be free (2:33) -- The blood done sign my name (ain't you glad) (2:20) -- On a Monday (1:47) -- Jean Harlow (1:35) -- Corn bread rough (2:05) -- National defense blues (3:00) -- Little children's blues (2:25) -- Fiddler's dram (2:27) -- Meeting at the building (:59).
CD 1512
Midnight special / Leadbelly.
Midnight special -- John Hardy -- Where did you sleep last night? -- T.B. Blues -- Easy rider -- Alberta -- Rock Island line -- Alabama bound -- You can't loose-a me Cholly -- New York City -- Roberta -- Leaving blues -- When the boys were out on the western plains -- I'm on my last go round -- Mother's blues (Little children blues) -- Pretty flowers in my back yard -- Pick a bale o'cotton -- Sail on little girl -- Fannin Street -- Packing trunk blues -- The bourgeois blues -- Good morning blues -- The boll weevil -- Goodnight Irene.
CD 2211
Songs of hope & struggle
I'd hammer in the morning (introduction). If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (1:52) -- Solidarity forever (unions and labor). Banks of marble / Les Rice (3:12) ; Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (2:06) ; Casey Jones (The union scab) / Joe Hill, E.W. Newton (1:54) ; Talking union / Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:01) ; Joe Hill / Alfred Hayes, Earl Robinson (2:29) ; Union maid / Woody Guthrie (2:12) ; Step by step / Traditional, arr. by Waledmar Hille, Pete Seeger (1:33) ; Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin, David Welsh (2:51) -- Study war no more (peace). Where have all the flowers gone / Pete Seeger (2:01) ; Talking atom / Vern Partlow (2:25) ; Crow on the cradle / Sidney Carter (2:21) ; Last night I had the strangest dream / Ed McCurdy (2:21) ; Study war no more (Down by the riverside) / Trad. (3:09) -- We shall overcome (civil rights). Bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter (2:03) ; River of my people / Trad., words by Pete Seeger (3:03) ; Hold on (Hand on the plow) / Trad. (3:16) ; We shall overcome / Trad., adapted by Zilphia Horton, Frank Hamilton, Guy Carawan, Pete Seeger (4:38) -- I'd hammer in the evening (hope). He lies in the American land / Andrew Kovaly, Pete Seeger (1:57) ; Well may the world go / Pete Seeger (2:38) ; Turn, turn, turn / words from the Bible, music and additional words by Pete Seeger (2:43) ; Tomorrow is a highway / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:28) ; Oh, had I a golden thread / Pete Seeger (3:26) ; We'll all be a-doubling Pete Seeger (Tao Rodriquez, vocals; David Amram, dombek; recorded Mar. 1998, Beacon, NY) (1:53) ; Arrange and rearrange Pete Seeger (Rodriquez; Amram) (4:48) ; If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (2:10).
CD 2100
Songs. Selections
There's a man going around taking names (1:25) -- Stewball (2:24) -- Keep your hands off her (2:50) -- Good-good-good (talking, preaching); We shall walk through the valley (2:08) -- Lining track (1:10) -- Outskirts of town (2:35) -- We shall be free (2:33) -- The blood done sign my name (ain't you glad) (2:20) -- On a Monday (1:47) -- Jean Harlow (1:35) -- Corn bread rough (2:05) -- National defense blues (3:00) -- Little children's blues (2:25) -- Fiddler's dram (2:27) -- Meeting at the building (:59).
CD 1512