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Songs and music
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|Music Type:||Folk music; Songs|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Woody Guthrie; Leadbelly; Tom Glazer; Cisco Houston; Pete Seeger; Josh White; Almanac Singers.
|Notes:||Smithsonian/Folkways: SF 40021 (on container: SF CD 40021).
Program and biographical notes by Guy Longsdon and Jeff Place, bibliography, and discography (24 p. : ill.)--on insert.
|Performer(s):||Folk songs; "Featuring Woody Guthrie and the Almanac Singers, Lead Belly, Tom Glazer, Cisco Houston, Pete Seeger, Josh White, & others"--Container.|
|Event notes:||Recorded principally 1944-1949; some selections previously released.|
|Description:||1 sound disc (72 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Freedom road (Josh White) --
Talking sailor (Woody Guthrie) --
Ballad of October 16 (Almanac Singers/Pete Seeger) --
Billy Boy (Almanac Singers/Josh White) --
Plow under (Almanac Singers/Pete Seeger) --
I'm gonna put my name down (Tom Glazer) --
What are we waiting on (What are we waiting for) (Woody Guthrie) --
Citizen C.I.O. (Union Boys/Tom Glazer/Josh White) --
Sinking of the Reuben James (Woody Guthrie) --
You better get ready (Union Boys/Burl Ives) --
If you want to do your part (Lead Belly) --
Move into Germany (Union Boys/Sonny Terry/Brownie McGhee) --
So long it's been good to know you (Dusty old dust) (Woody Guthrie) --
Martins and Coys (Union Boys) --
Mr. Hitler (Lead Belly) --
Sally don't you grieve (Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston) --
Jimmy Longhi story (Vincent "Jimmy" Longhi) --
When the Yanks go marching in (Woody Guthrie, Cisco Houston and Sonny Terry) --
Round and round Hitler's grave (Almanac Singers) --
The Fuhrer (Josh White) --
Miss Pavlichencko (Woody Guthrie) --
National defense blues (Lead Belly, Terry, McGhee and Dupree) --
Gee but I want to go home (Lead Belly) --
Looking for a home (Pete Seeger) --
Now that it's all over (Pete Seeger).
|Other Titles:||Freedom road.
Ballad of October 16.
I'm gonna put my name down.
What are we waiting on (What are we waiting for)
Sinking of the Reuben James.
You better get ready.
If you want to do your part.
Move into Germany.
So long it's been good to know you.
Martins and Coys.
Sally don't you grieve.
Jimmy Longhi story.
When the Yanks go marching in.
Round and round Hitler's grave.
World War II and the American folk song movement