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CDs with: Guthrie, Woody

American radical patriot
Disc one-four, The complete Library of Congress recordings. Lost train blues ; Growing up in Oklahoma ; The railroad blues ; More talk of growing up in Okemah ; The gang of kids Woody hung around with ; Rye whiskey ; Some old-time square dance tunes ; Old Joe Clark ; Alan Lomax asks for a tune ; Beaumont rag ; Alan asks for another one ; Green valley waltz (a.k.a.) Who's gonna shoe your pretty feet? ; The troubles and tragedies that fractured Woody's family in Okemah ; Greenback dollar ; Lomax asks about the boll weevil ; Boll weevil ; Jailhouse songs ; The midnight special ; When the great dust storm struck ; The end of the world ; So long, it's been good to know yuh ; Dust storms devastate the farmland ; Talking dust bowl ; Migrants arrive in California ; Do re mi ; Hard times ; Songs about hard times ; Bring back to me my blue-eyed boy ; Songs about outlaws ; Billy the Kid ; Billy the Kid and Pretty Boy Floyd ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Jesse James ; Jesse James and his Boys ; Takin' it from the rich and givin' it to the poor ; Jesus Christ ; Songs about bankers ; The jolly banker ; Another song about the depradations of bankers ; I ain't got no home ; Hundreds of thousands made homeless ; Dirty overhauls ; The story of Mary Fagan ; Mary Fagan ; The origins of the song ; Chain around my leg ; Let's sing some blues ; Nine hundred miles ; Worried man blues ; About the "Worried man blues" ; Lonesome valley ; Railroad blueses ; Walkin' down that railroad line ; Interlude ; Goin' down the Frisco Line ; Riding the rails ; Going down the road ; Interlude ; Seven cent cotton ; Wish I'd stayed in the wagon yard ; Interlude ; Dust bowl refugee ; Contractors duping the desperate ; The dust storm of April 14, 1935 ; Dust storm disaster ; Foggy mountain top ; Breathing in dust ; Dust pneumonia blues ; Leaving the dust bowl ; California blues ; Jimmie Rodgers ; Migrants arriving in California ; Do re mi ; Refugees pouring into California ; Dust bowl refugee ; California as one of the 48 states ; Will Rogers Highway ; The flood that took over 100 lives ; Los Angeles New Year's flood ; A good horse ; Stewball ; Interlude ; Stagger Lee ; Interlude ; One dime blues ; Interlude ; Git along little dogies ; Interlude ; The trail to Mexico ; Gypsy Davy ; Introducing an old song ; Hard, ain't it hard -- Disc five-six, The BPA recordings + war effort songs + the V.D. song demos + "The lonesome traveler." The BPA recordings. Introduction ; Pastures of plenty ; Oregon Trail ; Roll on, Columbia ; New found land ; Talking Columbia ; Roll, Columbia, roll ; Columbia's waters ; Ramblin' blues ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Song of the Grand Coulee Dam ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Washington talkin' blues ; Ramblin' round ; Pastures of plenty ; End of my line ; War effort songs. Sinking of the Reuben James ; Takin' it easy ; Reckless talk ; The girl in the red, white, and blue ; Labor for victory ; Farmer-Labor train ; Jazz in America, no. 93 ; Whoopy ti-yi, get along, Mr. Hitler ; Jazz in America, no. 116 ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Narrator ; Dig a hole ; The V.D. song demos. VD Avenue ; Intro ; The veedee blues ; Intro ; Blessed and curst ; A case of VD ; VD seaman's letter ; VD City ; VD Day ; A child of VD ; V.D. gunner's blues ; Brooklyne Towne ; Narrator ; "The lonesome traveler." The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; The old cracked looking glass ; Hard times in the Durant Jail ; Empty boxcar, my home ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) -- DVD, Roll on Columbia. The songs. Oregon Trail ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Roll on, Columbia ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Pastures of plenty ; Talking Columbia ; Ramblin' round ; Washington talkin' blues -- 78 rpm record. VD City (sung by Bob Dylan, 1961 Minnesota hotel recordings) ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) (1951 home recording).
CD 3369
Folkways, the original vision.
Sylvie / Huddie Ledbetter -- Pretty Boy Floyd / Woody Guthrie -- Do re mi / Woody Guthrie -- I ain't got no home / Woody Guthrie -- Jesus Christ / Woody Guthrie -- Rock Island Line / Huddie Ledbetter -- 4, 5, and 9 / Huddie Ledbetter -- Will Geer reading Guthrie -- Hard travelling / Woody Guthrie -- Fannin Street / Huddie Ledbetter, John A. Lomax, Alan Lomax -- Philadelphia lawyer / Woody Guthrie -- Hobo's lullaby / Goebel Reeves -- The bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter -- Gray goose / Huddie Ledbetter -- Goodnight Irene / Huddie Ledbetter, John A. Lomax -- Vigilante man / Woody Guthrie -- This land is your land / Woody Guthrie -- Woody's rag / Woody Guthrie -- The midnight special / Huddie Ledbetter ; adapted by John A. and Alan Lomax -- We shall be free / Huddie Ledbetter.
CD 343
If I had a hammer : songs of hope & struggle / Pete Seeger.
I'd hammer in the morning (introduction). If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (1:52) -- Solidarity forever (unions and labor). Banks of marble / Les Rice (3:12) ; Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (2:06) ; Casey Jones (The union scab) / Joe Hill, E.W. Newton (1:54) ; Talking union / Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:01) ; Joe Hill / Alfred Hayes, Earl Robinson (2:29) ; Union maid / Woody Guthrie (2:12) ; Step by step / Traditional, arr. by Waledmar Hille, Pete Seeger (1:33) ; Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin, David Welsh (2:51) -- Study war no more (peace). Where have all the flowers gone / Pete Seeger (2:01) ; Talking atom / Vern Partlow (2:25) ; Crow on the cradle / Sidney Carter (2:21) ; Last night I had the strangest dream / Ed McCurdy (2:21) ; Study war no more (Down by the riverside) / Trad. (3:09) -- We shall overcome (civil rights). Bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter (2:03) ; River of my people / Trad., words by Pete Seeger (3:03) ; Hold on (Hand on the plow) / Trad. (3:16) ; We shall overcome / Trad., adapted by Zilphia Horton, Frank Hamilton, Guy Carawan, Pete Seeger (4:38) -- I'd hammer in the evening (hope). He lies in the American land / Andrew Kovaly, Pete Seeger (1:57) ; Well may the world go / Pete Seeger (2:38) ; Turn, turn, turn / words from the Bible, music and additional words by Pete Seeger (2:43) ; Tomorrow is a highway / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:28) ; Oh, had I a golden thread / Pete Seeger (3:26) ; We'll all be a-doubling Pete Seeger (Tao Rodriquez, vocals; David Amram, dombek; recorded Mar. 1998, Beacon, NY) (1:53) ; Arrange and rearrange Pete Seeger (Rodriquez; Amram) (4:48) ; If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (2:10).
CD 2100
Leadbelly sings folk songs / Leadbelly.
There's a man going around taking names (1:25) -- Stewball (2:24) -- Keep your hands off her (2:50) -- Good-good-good (talking, preaching); We shall walk through the valley (2:08) -- Lining track (1:10) -- Outskirts of town (2:35) -- We shall be free (2:33) -- The blood done sign my name (ain't you glad) (2:20) -- On a Monday (1:47) -- Jean Harlow (1:35) -- Corn bread rough (2:05) -- National defense blues (3:00) -- Little children's blues (2:25) -- Fiddler's dram (2:27) -- Meeting at the building (:59).
CD 1512
Lonely runs both ways / Alison Krauss and Union Station.
Gravity / R.L. Castleman (3:35) -- Restless / R.L. Castleman (2:51) -- Rain please go away / Del McCoury (2:28) -- Goodbye is all we have / Sarah Siskind (3:52) -- Unionhouse Branch / Jerry Douglas (2:55) -- Wouldn't be so bad / Gillian Welch and David Rawlings (3:10) -- Pastures of plenty / Woody Guthrie (3:44) -- Crazy as me / R.L. Castleman and Melanie Castleman (3:13) -- Borderline / Sidney Cox and Suzanne Cox (3:25) -- My poor old heart / Donna Hughes (3:07) -- This sad song / Alison Krauss and Alison Brown (2:20) -- Doesn't have to be this way / R.L. Castleman (3:33) -- I don't have to live this way / Ron Block (2:03) -- If I didn't know any better / John Scott Sherrill and Mindy Smith (3:48) -- A living prayer / Ron Block (3:34).
CD 1872
My dusty road / Woody Guthrie.
Disc 1, Woody's "greatest" hits. This land is your land ; Going down the road (I ain't gonna be treated this way) ; Talking sailor ; Philadelphia lawyer ; Hard travelin' ; Jesus Christ ; The sinking of the Reuben James ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Grand Coulee dam ; Nine hundred miles ; Going down the road (I ain't gonna be treated this way) ; My daddy (flies a ship in the sky) ; Bad repetation [sic] -- disc 2, Woody's roots. Poor boy ; Worried man blues ; A picture from life's other side ; Buffalo skinners ; Hard ain't it hard ; Stewball ; Stackolee ; Gypsy Davy ; Little darling pal of mine ; What did the deep sea say? ; Chisholm trail ; Put my little shoes away ; Will you miss me when I'm gone? ; John Henry -- disc 3, Woody the agitator. I'm gonna join that one big union (You gotta go down and join the union) ; Hangknot, slipknot ; Gonna roll the union on ; The Ludlow massacre ; Sally don't you grieve ; Harriet Tubman's ballad (part 1) ; Harriet Tubman's ballad (part 2) ; Tear the fascists down ; When the Yanks go marching in ; You can hear my whistle blow ; Union burying ground ; You gotta go down and join the union -- disc 4, Woody, Cisco and Sonny. Train breakdown ; Do you ever think of me (aka At my window) ; Guitar rag ; Square dance medley. Cripple Creek ; Buffalo gals ; Old Joe Clark ; Red wing ; Ida Red ; Chilly winds ; Sandy land ; Guitar breakdown ; Raincrow Bill ; Ain't nobody's business ; Stepstone ; Ezekiel saw the wheel ; Bile them cabbage down ; Danville girl ; Guitar blues ; Brown's Ferry blues ; More pretty girls than one ; Sonny's flight.
CD 3097
Sing America! : patriotic collection.
The star spangled banner (1:14) -- Over there (1:55) -- Battle hymn of the Republic (1:56) -- The Army goes rolling along (1:11) -- Columbia, the gem of the ocean (1:00) -- God bless the USA (3:00) -- Yankee Doodle (1:08) -- Anchors aweigh (0:45) -- America the beautiful (2:30) -- This is my country (1:33) -- Stars and stripes forever (3:28) -- The Marines hymn (0:43) -- When Johnny comes marching home (0:53) -- God bless America (1:48) -- Air Force song (0:45) -- You're a grand old flag (0:38) -- America (1:22) -- This land is your land (1:18) -- Semper paratus (0:38) -- Armed Forces medley (2:58).
CD 2042
Songs of hope & struggle
I'd hammer in the morning (introduction). If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (1:52) -- Solidarity forever (unions and labor). Banks of marble / Les Rice (3:12) ; Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (2:06) ; Casey Jones (The union scab) / Joe Hill, E.W. Newton (1:54) ; Talking union / Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:01) ; Joe Hill / Alfred Hayes, Earl Robinson (2:29) ; Union maid / Woody Guthrie (2:12) ; Step by step / Traditional, arr. by Waledmar Hille, Pete Seeger (1:33) ; Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin, David Welsh (2:51) -- Study war no more (peace). Where have all the flowers gone / Pete Seeger (2:01) ; Talking atom / Vern Partlow (2:25) ; Crow on the cradle / Sidney Carter (2:21) ; Last night I had the strangest dream / Ed McCurdy (2:21) ; Study war no more (Down by the riverside) / Trad. (3:09) -- We shall overcome (civil rights). Bourgeois blues / Huddie Ledbetter (2:03) ; River of my people / Trad., words by Pete Seeger (3:03) ; Hold on (Hand on the plow) / Trad. (3:16) ; We shall overcome / Trad., adapted by Zilphia Horton, Frank Hamilton, Guy Carawan, Pete Seeger (4:38) -- I'd hammer in the evening (hope). He lies in the American land / Andrew Kovaly, Pete Seeger (1:57) ; Well may the world go / Pete Seeger (2:38) ; Turn, turn, turn / words from the Bible, music and additional words by Pete Seeger (2:43) ; Tomorrow is a highway / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (3:28) ; Oh, had I a golden thread / Pete Seeger (3:26) ; We'll all be a-doubling Pete Seeger (Tao Rodriquez, vocals; David Amram, dombek; recorded Mar. 1998, Beacon, NY) (1:53) ; Arrange and rearrange Pete Seeger (Rodriquez; Amram) (4:48) ; If I had a hammer / Lee Hays, Pete Seeger (2:10).
CD 2100
Songs. Selections
There's a man going around taking names (1:25) -- Stewball (2:24) -- Keep your hands off her (2:50) -- Good-good-good (talking, preaching); We shall walk through the valley (2:08) -- Lining track (1:10) -- Outskirts of town (2:35) -- We shall be free (2:33) -- The blood done sign my name (ain't you glad) (2:20) -- On a Monday (1:47) -- Jean Harlow (1:35) -- Corn bread rough (2:05) -- National defense blues (3:00) -- Little children's blues (2:25) -- Fiddler's dram (2:27) -- Meeting at the building (:59).
CD 1512
Woody Guthrie: American radical patriot.
Disc one-four, The complete Library of Congress recordings. Lost train blues ; Growing up in Oklahoma ; The railroad blues ; More talk of growing up in Okemah ; The gang of kids Woody hung around with ; Rye whiskey ; Some old-time square dance tunes ; Old Joe Clark ; Alan Lomax asks for a tune ; Beaumont rag ; Alan asks for another one ; Green valley waltz (a.k.a.) Who's gonna shoe your pretty feet? ; The troubles and tragedies that fractured Woody's family in Okemah ; Greenback dollar ; Lomax asks about the boll weevil ; Boll weevil ; Jailhouse songs ; The midnight special ; When the great dust storm struck ; The end of the world ; So long, it's been good to know yuh ; Dust storms devastate the farmland ; Talking dust bowl ; Migrants arrive in California ; Do re mi ; Hard times ; Songs about hard times ; Bring back to me my blue-eyed boy ; Songs about outlaws ; Billy the Kid ; Billy the Kid and Pretty Boy Floyd ; Pretty Boy Floyd ; Jesse James ; Jesse James and his Boys ; Takin' it from the rich and givin' it to the poor ; Jesus Christ ; Songs about bankers ; The jolly banker ; Another song about the depradations of bankers ; I ain't got no home ; Hundreds of thousands made homeless ; Dirty overhauls ; The story of Mary Fagan ; Mary Fagan ; The origins of the song ; Chain around my leg ; Let's sing some blues ; Nine hundred miles ; Worried man blues ; About the "Worried man blues" ; Lonesome valley ; Railroad blueses ; Walkin' down that railroad line ; Interlude ; Goin' down the Frisco Line ; Riding the rails ; Going down the road ; Interlude ; Seven cent cotton ; Wish I'd stayed in the wagon yard ; Interlude ; Dust bowl refugee ; Contractors duping the desperate ; The dust storm of April 14, 1935 ; Dust storm disaster ; Foggy mountain top ; Breathing in dust ; Dust pneumonia blues ; Leaving the dust bowl ; California blues ; Jimmie Rodgers ; Migrants arriving in California ; Do re mi ; Refugees pouring into California ; Dust bowl refugee ; California as one of the 48 states ; Will Rogers Highway ; The flood that took over 100 lives ; Los Angeles New Year's flood ; A good horse ; Stewball ; Interlude ; Stagger Lee ; Interlude ; One dime blues ; Interlude ; Git along little dogies ; Interlude ; The trail to Mexico ; Gypsy Davy ; Introducing an old song ; Hard, ain't it hard -- Disc five-six, The BPA recordings + war effort songs + the V.D. song demos + "The lonesome traveler." The BPA recordings. Introduction ; Pastures of plenty ; Oregon Trail ; Roll on, Columbia ; New found land ; Talking Columbia ; Roll, Columbia, roll ; Columbia's waters ; Ramblin' blues ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Song of the Grand Coulee Dam ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Washington talkin' blues ; Ramblin' round ; Pastures of plenty ; End of my line ; War effort songs. Sinking of the Reuben James ; Takin' it easy ; Reckless talk ; The girl in the red, white, and blue ; Labor for victory ; Farmer-Labor train ; Jazz in America, no. 93 ; Whoopy ti-yi, get along, Mr. Hitler ; Jazz in America, no. 116 ; Sally, don't you grieve ; Narrator ; Dig a hole ; The V.D. song demos. VD Avenue ; Intro ; The veedee blues ; Intro ; Blessed and curst ; A case of VD ; VD seaman's letter ; VD City ; VD Day ; A child of VD ; V.D. gunner's blues ; Brooklyne Towne ; Narrator ; "The lonesome traveler." The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; The old cracked looking glass ; Hard times in the Durant Jail ; Empty boxcar, my home ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) -- DVD, Roll on Columbia. The songs. Oregon Trail ; It takes a married man to sing a worried song ; Hard travelin' ; Grand Coulee Dam ; Roll on, Columbia ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) ; Jackhammer blues ; Pastures of plenty ; Talking Columbia ; Ramblin' round ; Washington talkin' blues -- 78 rpm record. VD City (sung by Bob Dylan, 1961 Minnesota hotel recordings) ; The biggest thing than man has ever done (a.k.a. The great historical bum) (1951 home recording).
CD 3369