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  1. Linin' Track Lyrics: Oh boys, is you right? / Done got right! / All I hate 'bout linin' track / These ol' bars 'bout to break my back / Oh boys, can't you line 'em, Jack-a Jack-a / Oh boys, can't.
  2. rows · Watch the video for Linin' Track from Koerner, Ray & Glover's Forever Changing: The .
  3. Oct 15,  · Linin' Track, a song by Lead Belly on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie nterigisclanerbrok.percprovnatretimurupsisyltuthoho.co Duration: 1 min.
  4. The Lomaxes provided the following illuminating description of lining track:'Tie shuffling' is the lining or straightening out of the railroad track. Tounderstand the work-rhythm that forms the chant it will be necessary todescribe Henry Trevelyan's section gang as it worked to the tune.
  5. Lining Track Lyrics. Mo boys, is you right. Done got it right. All I hate about linin' track. These ol' boys are gonna break my back. Mo boys, can't you line 'em (track a lack) Mo boys, can't you.
  6. One alternative theory which originated with a spoken introduction by Blues & Folk artist Leadbelly in one or several (but not all) of his performances of "Linin' Track" was that a female named "Ella Louise" was the one who first led laborers who sung this song.
  7. In some of the recordings in which Lead Belly accompanied himself, he would make an unusual type of grunt between his verses, sometimes described as "haah! " Songs such as "Looky Looky Yonder," "Take This Hammer," "Linin' Track" and "Julie Ann Johnson" feature this unusual vocalization. In "Take This Hammer," Lead Belly explained, "Every time.

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