Published: Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, p2009 Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 6312822761, Language: English
Title from container
Includes booklet with notes and photos
Compilation of selections previously released
Freedom now chant Jesus Christ Bourgeois blues Black, brown and white Baby, I've been thinking Blowing in the wind This land is your land Turn, turn, turn As long as the grass will grow Talking pay TV Masters of war Waist deep in the big muddy Agent Orange Strange fruit How can a poor man stand such times and live I'm going to write the Governor of Georgia When we make it through Evicted tenant Corrido de César Chávez Gone, gone, gone Spirits of the revolution We shall overcome (:26) -- (2:37) -- (2:18) -- (2:42) -- (2:41) -- (2:28) -- (4:39) -- (3:04) -- (5:07) -- (2:34) -- (4:07) -- (2:57) -- (3:51) -- (2:20) -- (3:34) -- (3:13) -- (5:25) -- (2:06) -- (3:02) -- (2:14) -- (5:09) -- (3:40)
(Mass-meeting participants in Hattiesburg, Mississippi) (Woody Guthrie) (Lead Belly) (Big Bill Broonzy) (Janis Ian) (The New World Singers) (Steve Forbert, Jack Hardy, Jill Burkee, and Mark Dann) (Liz Getz) (Peter la Farge) (Phil Ochs) (The Bergerfolk) (Pete Seeger) (Peggy Seeger) (Brother John Sellers) (New Lost City Ramblers) (Champion Jack Dupree) (Barara Dane) (Sis Cunningham) (Los Perros del Pueblo Nuevo) (Red Shadow) (Larry Estridge) (Guy Carawan)
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