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  • ISBN: 9780974635330 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0974635332 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: 117 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: Amherst, MA : Verse Press ; c2005.

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General Note:
Faculty Reserve.
Material for LENG-318.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 116).
Formatted Contents Note:
leadbelly's lessons -- what kind of soul has man? sallie ledbetter: a mother's hymn -- john wesley ledbetter -- colt protection special -- fannin street signifies -- mistress stella speaks -- 1912: blind lemon jefferson explaining to leadbelly -- what you gonna do when the world's on fire? caddo born -- blind lemon taught me -- misfire -- harris county chain gang -- alias: walter boyd -- lethe on leadbelly -- the blood done signed your name. for trouble's sake -- bud russel, prison transfer man, 1920 -- father -- leadbelly: runagate -- leadbelly: from sugarland -- sing out -- Governor Pat Neff -- freedom -- home -- loving era -- era washington on leadbelly's stella -- black girl, black girl ... mary on martha ... -- martha promise: grown summer -- will you take this load ... -- martha promise: what i knew -- yes, i was standing at the bottom. mooringsport moan -- leadbelly in angola prison: down again -- leadbelly sings to his #1 crew -- july, 1933: leadbelly receives lomax at angola prison -- out -- home again -- martha promise receives leadbelly, 1935 -- martha promise: keeping peace -- man plowing with mules. John Lomax's Recording Machine, 1933 -- Ethnographer John Lomax Speaks of His Vocation -- John Lomax: I Work With Negroes -- John Lomax: On Seeking Song -- John Lomax Visits Leadbelly in Angola Prison: July, 1933 -- leadbelly's role -- leadbelly: mythology -- five year sentence -- leadbelly's labor on the lomax trail, 1934 -- prisoner #489235 -- the song speaks -- you don't know my mind ... Leadbelly: Bad Nigger Makes Good Minstrel -- leadbelly vs. lomax: song hunting, 1934 -- John Lomax writes home, 1934 -- leadbelly writes home, 1934 -- leadbelly vs. lomax at the modern language association conference, 1934 -- lomax v. leadbelly in new york: letters to home, 1934 -- lomax v. leadbelly: on the road, 1935 -- lomax v. leadbelly: dreams -- good morning babe, how do you do? leadbelly & martha: return to new york, 1936 -- jimmy goodwin, age 9 -- leadbelly's big city hustle -- brownie and leadbelly: stipulations and apprenticeship -- martha: life's work -- To: Haywood Patterson #386j49 -- leadbelly: one thing -- John Lomax writes home, 1937 -- martha: weight -- josh white writes home, 1941 -- cab calloway on leadbelly -- stella: diminuendo -- martha: vigil -- leadbelly: christened.
Subject: Leadbelly, 1885-1949 > Poetry.
African American musicians > Poetry.
Blues musicians > Poetry.
Blues (Music) > Poetry.

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