9 thoughts on “ Ol Hannah (Prison Work Song) - Various - Jazz Volume 1: The South (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Lomax, Alan, Various Artists - Prison Songs (Historical Recordings From Parchman Farm ), Vol. 1: Murderous Home Lomax's original Negro Prison Songs. Volume one is a masterpiece, the best single document of the African American work song and field holler tradition. The group work songs, while excellent examples of the style, are 5/5(24).
  2. Ol' Hannah (Prison Work Song) A2 – Leadbelly: Juliana Johnson (Axe Cutting Song) A3 – Sonny Terry With Oh Red: Harmonica Breakdown (Hoe Down Dance) A4 – Leadbelly, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry: John Henry (Work Song) A5 – Scrapper Blackwell: Down South (Blues) A6 – Bessie Tucker: Penitentiary Blues: B1 – Rev. J. M. Gates: Dry Bones.
  3. The following is a list of albums released or scheduled for release in The albums should be notable, which is defined as significant coverage from reliable sources that are independent of the subject.
  4. Lead Belly pronounced his first name /ˈhjuːdi/ (HYOO-dee, as if spelled "Hudie").He can be heard pronouncing his name this way on one of his recordings of "Boll Weevil". The younger of two children, Lead Belly was born Huddie William Ledbetter to Sallie Brown and Wesley Ledbetter on a plantation near Mooringsport, Louisiana. On his World War II draft registration card in , he gave his.
  5. Retrieved 8 May Jump up ^ Where Did You Sleep Last Night – YouTube Jump up ^ "Top 50 by Nirvana". Retrieved 8 May Jump up ^ Discogs – Leadbelly's Last Sessions, vol. 1, 2 vinyl LPs, Folkways Records (FP ) US Jump up ^ Mazor, Barry (February 25, ). "Going From Prison Zero to Folk Hero". Wall Street Journal. p.
  6. g Vinyl LP = Dol DOL () SLP () Snooks Eaglin: New Orleans Street Singer King Jazz Vol. 1 - Mezz Mezzrow talks - In A Mezz - Mezz Mezzrow talks - Blood On The Moon - Delta Mood Portraits In Blues Vol. 8 - Prison Bound Blues - Johnson Machine Gun - Miss Ida B - Sad And Lonsome Blues - That's Alright.
  7. Editors’ Choice Our editors gave particularly strong notices to several albums released in June, including Ambrose Akinmusire's thoughtful exploration of jazz and blues as expressions of the Black experience, Khruangbin's integration of vocals into their unclassifiable but easily enjoyable sound, and Phoebe Bridgers' ominous sophomore outing.
  8. Volume 1 begins, appropriately, with a single voice, seemingly rising up out of the mists of time -- a man named Dock Reese, otherwise completely unknown to history, singing, unaccompanied, a primitive prison work song, "Ol' Hannah." "You ought to been on this ol' river nineteen and four, you could find a dead man right across your road.4/5(2).
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