Hobo's Lullaby is an album by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie. It was released in 1972 on Reprise Records. It was re-released on Rising Son Records in 1997. The album contains Guthrie's only Top 40 hit, a cover of Steve Goodman's "City of New Orleans. Arlo Guthrie - vocals, guitar. Byron Berline - mandolin, fiddle. John Craviotta - drums. Nick DeCaro - vocals. Jim Dickinson - keyboards.
Titel: Hobo's Lullaby (1934) Artist: Goebel Reeves Album: Folk And The Roots Of American Music - Part 1 (2012) (Goebel Reeves) Orig. F Capo: 2. E A Go to sleep you weary hobo B7 E Let the towns drift slowly by A Listen to the steel rail humming B7 E That's the hobo's lullaby. E A Now do not think about tomorrow B7 E Let tomorrow come and go A Tonight you have a nice warm boxcar B7 E Safe from all the rain and snow
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Hobo's Lullaby is an album by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie. Studio album by. Arlo Guthrie. Arlo Guthrie chronology. Washington County (1970). Hobo's Lullaby (1972). Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys (1973).
His most famous song is "Hobo's Lullaby," which has been covered by numerous singers, notably Woody Guthrie and his son Arlo. Born October 9, 1899, in Sherman, Texas, Reeves grew up in Austin while his father was a shoe salesman. His father rose from selling shoes to become a member of the Texas State Legislature. His mother taught the voice and piano. In 1917 he enlisted in the army as a bugler; he was wounded in frontline action.
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- Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation
- Vocals, Guitar, Yodeling – Goebel Reeves
NotesBoth sides recorded 13 August 1934 in San Francisco, CA.
Side A matrix no. 6-A.
Side B matrix no. 5-B.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): 6-A 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (partially beneath label)): 5-B 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): 6
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): 5