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Arlo Guthrie [and the Guthrie family] : press kit.

Author: Arlo Guthrie; Nora Guthrie
Publisher: [New York] : Warner Bros. Records, 1992.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : NTSC color broadcast system   Visual material : English
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Called the founding father of American folk music, Woody Guthrie wrote simple songs about the strength of the human spirit and became a spokesman to his generation and a visionary influence for generations to follow. Now, with the discovery and release of Woody's Grow big songs, his influence has expanded to yet another, much younger generation. In the 1940's Woody, his wife Marjorie Mazia Guthrie wrote and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Woody Guthrie; Marjorie Mazia; Arlo Guthrie; Nora Guthrie
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Arlo Guthrie; Nora Guthrie
OCLC Number: 42783078
Notes: NTSC Dub.
Performer(s): Arlo Guthrie ; Nora Guthrie ; Guthrie family.
Description: 1 videocassette (15 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS format.
Contents: Pt. I: Interview with Nora and Arlo Guthrie (4:03) --
Part II: B-roll (7:55) --
Pt. III: Music video, We all work together from Woody's Grow big songs (2:02).
Other Titles: Arlo Guthrie
Grow big songs
20 grow big songs
Twenty grow big songs.
Woody's twenty grow big songs

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Called the founding father of American folk music, Woody Guthrie wrote simple songs about the strength of the human spirit and became a spokesman to his generation and a visionary influence for generations to follow. Now, with the discovery and release of Woody's Grow big songs, his influence has expanded to yet another, much younger generation. In the 1940's Woody, his wife Marjorie Mazia Guthrie wrote and illustrated a songbook for children, while some of his songs, like "Put your finger in the air," became a perennial favorite, the songbook itself was lost for forty years until it was discovered in 1990 on a shelf at the Sarah Lawrence College Library. Inspired by the discovery, Arlo Guthrie, his sister, Nora, and brother Joady, gathered their children to record all 20 Grow big songs, mixing their voices with Woody's original recordings. As a result, kids and their family can now enjoy a brand-new album of work songs, play songs and lullabies as well as the full-color songbook featuring Woody's original art work--Film.

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