The First Rays of Protest in the 20th Century ()

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The First Rays of Protest in the 20th Century - Woody Guthrie/Pete Seeger
Track Listing
  1. This Land Is Your Land
  2. Pastures of Plenty
  3. House of the Rising Sun
  4. Hard Travelin'
  5. John Henry
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  1. This Land Is Your Land
  2. Pastures of Plenty
  3. House of the Rising Sun
  4. Hard Travelin'
  5. John Henry
  6. Do Re Mi
  7. Vigilante Man
  8. Hard, Ain't It Hard?
  9. Dust Bowl Blues
  10. Talking Dust Bowl Blues
  11. Pretty Boy Floyd
  12. I Ain; T Got No Home
  13. Worried Man Blues
  14. Cumberland Gap
  15. Stackolee
  16. Mule Skinner Blues
  17. Babe O' Mine
  18. A Picture from Life's Other Side
  19. Better World A-Coming
  20. So Long, It's Been Good to Know You
  21. Talking Union
  22. Which Side Are You On?
  23. All I Want
  24. Union Maid
  25. Song for Bridges
  26. Plow Under
  27. The Sinking on the Reuben James
  28. The Strange Death of John Doe
  29. Ballad of October 16th
  30. "C" for Conscription
  31. Washington Breakdown
  32. Dear Mr. President
  33. Round and Round Hitler's Grave
  34. Deliver the Goods
  35. Sixteen Tons
  36. Lonesome Traveller
  37. Rock Island Line
  38. Follow the Drinking Gourd
  39. Pay Me My Money Down
  40. Goodnight Irene
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European law limits the copyrights on recordings to only 50 years, and the Primo label ("Made in The Czech Republic") is one of many record companies to take advantage of that by issuing unlicensed collections by vintage artists. This album contains two 20-track discs, the first devoted to Woody Guthrie, the second to Pete Seeger. The Guthrie CD is a fairly typical best-of drawn from his Dust Bowl Ballads songs of 1940 (originally recorded for RCA Victor) and the many recordings of old folk songs he made informally for ...

The First Rays of Protest in the 20th Century 2007, Primo Records

UPC: 805520090315

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