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Lead Belly | Folkways Recordings

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Folkways Recordings, Folkways Recordings Belly is “the hard name of a harder man,” said Woody Guthrie of his friend and fellow American music icon who was born Huddie Ledbetter (c. 1888–1949). From the swamplands of Louisiana, the prisons of Texas, and the streets of New York City, Lead Belly and his music became cornerstones of American folk music and touchstones […]
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The Historical Roots of Blues Music | Black Perspectives The beginnings of the blues can be traced to the late 1860s, arguably the most vicious and violent period in the United States.">The Historical Roots of Blues Music | Black Perspectives The beginnings of the blues can be traced to the late 1860s, arguably the most vicious and violent period in the United States.

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The beginnings of the blues can be traced to the late 1860s, arguably the most vicious and violent period in the United States.
The Historical Roots of Blues Music | Black Perspectives The beginnings of the blues can be traced to the late 1860s, arguably the most vicious and violent period in the United States." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More

‘I Am the Blues’ opens at Quad Cinema July 12 – New York Amsterdam News “I Am the Blues,” directed by Daniel Cross available on VOD July 12, takes the viewer into the deep backroads of the South, visiting the authentic juke joints and listening to the stories of the people who play, live and know the real roots of the blues.">‘I Am the Blues’ opens at Quad Cinema July 12 – New York Amsterdam News “I Am the Blues,” directed by Daniel Cross available on VOD July 12, takes the viewer into the deep backroads of the South, visiting the authentic juke joints and listening to the stories of the people who play, live and know the real roots of the blues.

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“I Am the Blues,” directed by Daniel Cross available on VOD July 12, takes the viewer into the deep backroads of the South, visiting the authentic juke joints and listening to the stories of the people who play, live and know the real roots of the blues.
‘I Am the Blues’ opens at Quad Cinema July 12 – New York Amsterdam News “I Am the Blues,” directed by Daniel Cross available on VOD July 12, takes the viewer into the deep backroads of the South, visiting the authentic juke joints and listening to the stories of the people who play, live and know the real roots of the blues." class="btn btn-sm btn-link"> Read More