Hobo's Lullaby (album)

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Hobo's Lullaby
Studio album by Arlo Guthrie
Released April 1972
Recorded October - December 1971
Genre Folk/Folk rock
Length 37:20
Label Rising Son
Producer Lenny Waronker, John Pilla
Arlo Guthrie chronology
Washington County
(1970)
Hobo's Lullaby
(1972)
Last of the Brooklyn Cowboys
(1973)
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Hobo's Lullaby is a 1972 LP by American folk singer Arlo Guthrie. This album features Guthrie's only Top 40 hit, a cover of Steve Goodman's "City of New Orleans."

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Anytime" - 1:46 (Herbert Lawson)
  2. "City of New Orleans" - 4:31 (Steve Goodman)
  3. "Lightning Bar Blues" - 2:47 (Hoyt Axton)
  4. "Shackles and Chains" - 2:49 (Jimmie Davis)
  5. "1913 Massacre" - 4:15 (Woody Guthrie)
  6. "Somebody Turned on the Light" - 3:13 (Hoyt Axton)
  7. "Ukulele Lady" - 3:21 (Richard Whiting & Gus Kahn)
  8. "When the Ship Comes In" - 4:24 (Bob Dylan)
  9. "Mapleview (20%) Rag" - 2:05 (Arlo Guthrie)
  10. "Days Are Short" - 4:15 (Arlo Guthrie)
  11. "Hobo's Lullaby" - 3:57 (Goebel Reeves)

Personnel[edit]

Produced by Lenny Waronker & John Pilla

Engineering: Donn Landee
Photography: John Pilla