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Woody Guthrie - This Land is Your Land (1997)

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Woody Guthrie - This Land is Your Land (1997)

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01 This Land is Your Land
02 - Car Song
03 - Ramblin' Round
04 - Talking Fishing Blues
05 - Philadelphia Lawyer
06 - Lindbergh
07 - Hobo's Lullaby
08 - Pastures of Plenty
09 - Grand Coulee Dam						play
10 - End of the Line
11 - New York Town
12 - Gypsy Davy
13 - Jesus Christ
14 - This Land is Your Land
15 - Do-Re-Mi
16 - Jarama Valley
17 - The Biggest Thing Man Has Ever Done	play
18 - Picture From Life's Other Side
19 - Jesse James
20 - Talking Hard Work
21 - When That Great Ship Went Down
22 - Hard, Ain't It Hard
23 - Going Down the Road Feeling Bad
24 - I Ain't Got Nobody
25 - Sinking of the Reuben James
26 - Why, Oh Why
27 - This Land is Your Land

Woody Guthrie (vocals, guitar, mandolin, harmonica); 
Cisco Houston (guitar, background vocals); 
Sonny Terry (harmonica).


Between 1940 and 1952, folk legend Woody Guthrie recorded over 300 songs for the equally legendary folk producer Moses Asch. In 1997, Smithsonian Folkways released the first of four CDs chronicling the musical partnership between these two men, initiating in the process the definitive collection of Guthrie compositions and recordings. THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND is the first and most accessible of the volumes, including many of Guthrie's most popular songs.

Among the titles found on THIS LAND are the title track, "Philadelphia Lawyer," (later a hit for Rose Maddox), "Hobo's Lullaby," "Jesus Christ," "Do Re Mi," "Grand Coulee Dam," and "Pastures of Plenty." Some of the lesser-known tracks are primarily of historical interest (such as a song tearing into Charles Lindbergh's opposition to U.S. entry into World War II), while others stand the test of time remarkably well. Three versions of the title song appear, among them a take (long presumed to be lost) including the famous "anti-private property" verse. Guthrie infuses his songs with ample servings of wit, which helps the politics go down smooth and easy. ---cduniverse.com

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