Leadbelly Legacy Vol.2: Bourgeois Blues - Leadbelly Reviews
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Lead Belly The Bourgeois Blues - Legacy Vol.2
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The Bourgeois Blues - Legacy Vol.2 Lead Belly
Release Date: 2009 - 10 - 21, Audio CD, Smithsonian Folkways
Last Update 18.05.2013 15:40
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by - written on 19/07/09 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Bourgeois Blues is the 2nd volume of Lead Belly songs, Lead Belly is one of the daddies of American folk music, a true character having been in prison more times than most, one of the convictions for murdering a relative in a fight over a woman and famously boasting of "making it" with as many as 12 different women a night in his youth. This temperamental artist's career began to take off when he was given a chance as a labourer in the Great Depression and began to become accustomed with folk music, being taught by his boss. His scarred voice, hard life lyrics and exquisite guitar playing are just some of the great things his work has going for it, ... Read the complete review
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