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Will Rogers Highway - Woody Guthrie - Library Of Congress Recordings (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Smithonian Folkway Recordings" which is also excellent (See My Review).It is a huge collection of 99 songs.;however only 2 of the songs on this Library of Congress are also on the ASCH collection. If you are a fan of Folk Music,and Woody Guthrie in particular,you don't want to miss this collection/5(12).
  2. Buy Library Of Congress Recordings (CD) by Woody Guthrie (CD $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  3. Library of Congress Recordings, a Compilation of songs by Woody Guthrie. Released in on Rounder (catalog no. CD /2/3; CD). Genres: Spoken .
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  5. Will Rogers Highway Words and Music by Woody Guthrie. This big highway goes from coast to coast, Library of Congress Recordings Woody Guthrie *Out of print. The complete unedited Library of Congress Recording Sessions is included in American Radical Patriot 7-CD set.
  6. The set contains 29 tracks and features Guthrie talking frankly about race relations, his childhood experiences in Oklahoma, remembrances of gangsters and outlaws like Pretty Boy Floyd and Jesse James, and things he had observed riding the rails, during dust storms and in the oil fields.
  7. Listen free to Woody Guthrie – Library of Congress Recordings (Lost Train Blues, Railroad Blues and more). 29 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and .
  8. In March , year-old folksinger Woody Guthrie, newly arrived in New York City, played at a benefit for migrant workers, where he encountered Alan Lomax, the assistant in charge of the Archive of Folk-Song at the Library of Congress. Lomax invited Guthrie to Washington, D.C., to be interviewed and perform songs for the archive. These were not intended to be commercial recordings, but in.

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