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Belly, Lead
Boyd, Walter
Huddie 'Leadbelly' Ledbetter
Huddie Ledbetter
Huddy "Leadbelly" Leadbetter
Huddy "Leadbelly" Ledbetter
Lead Belly
Ledbetter, Huddy Leadbelly
Keyboard - Piano
Percussion - Other
Strings, bowed - Double bass
Strings, plucked - Guitar
Voices – Unspecified (IPDA: Vocal)
Woodwinds - Other
Creation class: 
Computer file
Musical sound recording
Nonmusical sound recording
Notated music
Projected medium
Creation role: 
Related identities: 
Leadbetter, Huddie (other identity, same person)
Ledbetter, Huddie (other identity, same person)
Related names: 
Broonzy, Big Bill
Brown, Jim (1950-)
Dylan, Bob (is Robert Allen Zimmerman.)
Golden Gate Quartet
Guthrie, Woody
Guthrie, Woody (1912-1967)
Houston, Cisco
Johnson, Alonzo
Jordan, Clifford
Leadbetter, Huddie (1885-1949; see also from)
Lester, Julius (1939-)
Lofton, Cripple Clarence
Lomax, Alan (1915-2002)
Robertson, Robbie
Seeger, Pete
Seeger, Pete (1919-)
Silverman, Jerry (1931-)
Terry, Sonny
White, Josh
Ain't going down to the well no more
Alabama bound
Baby don't you love me no more
Backwater blues
ballads, blues and folksongs of Huddie Ledbetter
Big fat woman
Bill Brady
Birmingham jail
boll weevil, The
bourgeois blues, The
Bull cow
By and By When the Morning Comes
C.C. Rider
Can't you line 'em
Classic blues from Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Clifford Jordan plays Leadbelly.
Corn bread rough
Cotton fields
Death letter blues [part 1]
Diggin' my potatoes
Duncan and Brady
Eagle rock rag
Easy Mr. Tom
Easy rider
Ella speed
Fannin street
Folkways, a vision shared a tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly.
Folkways, the original vision
Fort worth and Dallas blues
Frankie and Albert
gallis pole, The
Go down old Hannah
Good morning blues : the essential recordings of Leadbelly.
Goodnight Irene
Grasshoppers in my pillow
Gray goose
Green corn
Grey goose
Ha ha this a way
Have a Drink on Me
How long blues
Howard Hughes
If It Wasn't for Dicky
In New Orleans
In the evening when the sun goes down
In the Pines
It was early one morning
Jean Harlow
Jim Crow blues
John Hardy
John Henry
Julie Ann Johnson
Kalb blues, De
Keep your hands off her
Lead Belly's last sessions
Leadbelly and Josh White, the remaining titles (1937-1946)
Leadbelly's last sessions.
Leadbelly songbook, The
Leaving blues
Looky looky yonder; Black betty; Yellow women's door bells
Matchbox blues
midnight special, The
Mister Tom Hughes' town
Mr. Hitler
My baby quit me
National defense blues
New Orleans
New York City
Old Riley
On a monday
"On the air"
Packin' trunk
Packing trunk blues
Pick a bale of cotton
Pig meat papa
Poor Howard; Green corn
roots of Ry Cooder, The
Sail on little girl sail on
Salty dog
Shorty George
Shout on
Sukey jump
T.B. woman blues
Take a whiff on me
Take this hammer
Taste of blues.
Tell me baby
The12-string guitar : as played by Leadbelly
These are my roots
Titanic, The
vision shared a tribute to Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly, A
We're in the same boat, brother
"We shall be free"
Well you know I had to do it
When I was a cowboy
When the sun goes down
Where did you sleep last night
Whoa back buck
Yellow gal
You can't lose me Cholly
You don't know my mind
Contributed to or performed: 
(Goodnight) Irene
Absolutely the Best
Alabama Bound
Best of Leadbelly, The
Black Betty
Blues & Folk Singer: Sagablues, Volume 1
Blues Collection 30: Midnight Special, The
Blues Collection, The
Bourgeois Blues: Golden Classics, Part One
Bourgeois Blues: Lead Belly Legacy, Volume 2
Bridging Lead Belly
Bunk & Leadbelly at New York Town Hall 1947
Complete Blues: Take This Hammer
Complete Blues: The Definitive Leadbelly
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 1, 1 April 1939 to 15 June 1940
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 2, 17 June 1940 to mid '43
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 3, October 1943 to 25 April 1944
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 4, May to October 1944
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 5, 27 October 1944 to October 1946
Complete Recorded Works 1939-1947 in Chronological Order: Volume 6, 1947
Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order: Volume 7, 1947-1949
Definitive Lead Belly, The
Easy Rider
Easy Rider Blues (BLUESReferenceMasters)
Essential Leadbelly, The
Go Down Old Hannah
Good Morning Blues
Good Morning Blues: The Essential Recordings of Leadbelly
Goodnight Irene
Goodnight Irene: The Best of Leadbelly
Grey Goose
Gwine Dig a Hole to Put the Devil In
House of the Rising Sun, The
Huddie Ledbetter's Best
Immortal Leadbelly, The
Important Recordings 1934 - 1949
In the Shadow of the Gallows Pole
Irene Goodnight
Kalb Blues, De
King of the 12-String Guitar
King of the Twelve String: Midnight Special
Kings of the Blues: Leadbelly
Lead Belly's Last Sessions
Leadbelly Collection, The
Leadbelly Collection" - 20 Blues Greats, "The
Leadbelly Memorial, Volumes 1 & 2
Leadbelly Sings Folk Songs
Leadbelly Sings for Children
Leadbelly Story, The
Legend of Leadbelly, The
Legendary Masters Series, The
Let It Shine On Me: Library of Congress Recordings, Volume 3
Midnight Special
Midnight Special, The
Midnight Special: The Library Of Congress Recordings, Volume One
New Orleans
New York City
Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen
Nothing but the Blues: Death Letter Blues
Nothing but the Blues: You Do Me Any Old Way
Pick a Bale of Cotton
Private Party: Minneapolis, Minnesota, November 21, 1948
Red Cross Store Blues, The
Rock Island Line
Rock Island Line: Huddie Ledbetter Memorial Album, Volume 2
Rough Guide to Blues Legends: Leadbelly, The
Shout On: Lead Belly Legacy, Volume 3
Storyteller Blues
Titanic: Library of Congress Recordings, Volume 4, The
Tradition Masters, The
Ultimate Jazz Archive (set 12: Blues), The
Very Best of Leadbelly, The
When the Sun Goes Down, Volume 5: Take This Hammer
Where Did You Sleep Last Night: Lead Belly Legacy, Volume 1
Worried Blues