Woody at 100

The Woody Guthrie Centennial Collection
Guthrie, Woody (Book - 2012)
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Woody at 100

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Authors: Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967
Title: Woody at 100
the Woody Guthrie centennial collection
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, p2012
Notes: Discs inserted in book (150 p.) with essays, photographs, notes on the songs, and art work by Woody Guthrie
Songs originally recorded between 1937 and 1951, some previously unreleased
Contents: disc 3. The Los Angeles recordings. I ain't got no home (In this world anymore) ; Them big city ways ; Do re mi ; Skid row serenade
Radio program: the Ballad Gazette with Woody Guthrie. This land is your land ; What did the deep sea say? ; Blow ye winds ; Trouble on the waters ; Blow the man down ; Normandy was her name ; The sinking of the Reuben James
BBC: Children's hour, July 7, 1944. Intro ; Wabash Cannonball ; 900 miles ; Stagger Lee ; Pretty Boy Floyd
People's songs hootenanny. Ladies auxiliary ; Weaver's life
WNYC radio program: Folk songs of America, December 12, 1940. John Hardy ; Jesse James ; Tom Joad
Reckless talk
All work together
My little seed
Goodnight little Cathy
disc 2. Better world a-comin'
When that great ship went down (The great ship)
A dollar down and a dollar a week
Talking Centralia
1913 massacre
Dirty overalls
My daddy (flies a ship in the sky)
Worried man blues
Hangknot, slipknot
Buffalo skinners
Howdi do
Jackhammer John
The ranger's command
So long, it's been good to know you (WWII version)
What are we waiting on?
Ludlow massacre
Bad Lee Brown (Cocaine blues)
Two good men
Farmer-labor train
The jolly banker
We shall be free
disc 1. This land is your land (alternate version)
Pastures of plenty
Riding in my car (Car song)
The Grand Coulee Dam
Talking dust bowl
So long, it's been good to know yuh (Dusty old dust)
Ramblin' round
Philadelphia lawyer
Hard travelin'
Pretty boy Floyd
Hobo's lullaby
Talking Columbia
The sinking of the Reuben James
Jesus Christ
Gypsy Davy
New York town
Going down the road (feeling bad)
Hard, ain't it hard
The biggest thing that man has ever done (The great historical bum)
This land is your land (standard version)
Jarama Valley
Why, oh why?
I've got to know
Local Note: ss (08/12)
Additional Contributors: Santelli, Robert
Place, Jeffrey
ISBN: 0970494246
Branch Call Number: Non-F 781.64 GUT
Current Frequency: s
Organization of Materials: d
Credits: Produced and annotated by Jeff Place and Robert Santelli.
Performers: Performed by Woody Guthrie.
Subject Headings: Popular music United States 1941-1950 Popular music United States 1931-1940 Folk songs, English United States
Topical Term: Popular music
Popular music
Folk songs, English
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