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Woody Guthrie: Woody at 100: The Woody Guthrie Centennial

Audio Samples

>This Land Is Your Land [Alternate Version] - (alternate take)
>Pastures of Plenty
>Riding in My Car (Car Song)
>Grand Coulee Dam, The
>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
>Sinking of the Reuben James, The
>Jesus Christ
>Gypsy Davy
>New York Town
>Going Down the Road (Feeling Bad)
>Hard, Ain't It Hard
>Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done, The (The Great Historical Bum)
>This Land Is Your Land [Standard Version]
>Jarama Valley
>Why, Oh Why?
>I've Got to Know
>Better World a-Comin'
>When That Great Ship Went Down (The Great Ship)
>Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week, A
>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
>Ranger's Command, The
>So Long, It's Been Good to Know You [WWII Version]
>What Are We Waiting On?
>Lindbergh
>Ludlow Massacre
>Bad Lee Brown (Cocaine Blues)
>Two Good Men
>Farmer-Labor Train
>Jolly Banker, The
>We Shall Be Free
>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

Track List

>This Land Is Your Land [Alternate Version] - (alternate take)
>Pastures of Plenty
>Riding in My Car (Car Song)
>Grand Coulee Dam, The
>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
>Sinking of the Reuben James, The
>Jesus Christ
>Gypsy Davy
>New York Town
>Going Down the Road (Feeling Bad)
>Hard, Ain't It Hard
>Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done, The (The Great Historical Bum)
>This Land Is Your Land [Standard Version]
>Jarama Valley
>Why, Oh Why?
>I've Got to Know
>Better World a-Comin'
>When That Great Ship Went Down (The Great Ship)
>Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week, A
>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
>Ranger's Command, The
>So Long, It's Been Good to Know You [WWII Version]
>What Are We Waiting On?
>Lindbergh
>Ludlow Massacre
>Bad Lee Brown (Cocaine Blues)
>Two Good Men
>Farmer-Labor Train
>Jolly Banker, The
>We Shall Be Free
>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

Album Reviews:

Rolling Stone (p.72) - 4.5 stars out of 5 -- "[S]umptuous....That moral spine and Guthrie's poetic way with the vernacular were central to the folk revival....WOODY AT 100 is the pure, charged source of that legacy..."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.101) - 5 stars out of 5 -- "[Guthrie was] a real life Huck Finn with a voice like an oily rag, who charmed all-comers with a combination of intensely human songwriting and wry wit..."

Album Notes

Woody Guthrie defined an era in his Dust Bowl ballads, outlaw tales, work and labor songs, antiwar songs, children's songs, political songs, and a host of love songs and songs that touched on philosophy, geography, and the hard work of living day to day in an emerging industrial world. This set, issued for Guthrie's centennial year, captures the whole story, including previously unreleased recordings of Guthrie's earliest material, made in 1937 when he was working for a radio station in Los Angeles.



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