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Woody Guthrie Sings Folk Songs ()

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In April 1944, 31-year-old Woody Guthrie discovered a recording outlet when he hooked up with record company owner Moses Asch, who agreed to let him cut a virtually unlimited number of masters informally. Guthrie simply would turn up at Asch's studios alone or with such friends as Cisco Houston, Sonny Terry, Leadbelly, and Bess Lomax Hawes, and record his repertoire of original and traditional songs. The repository soon grew to hundreds of titles, far more than even a major label, much less a tiny independent, could release ...

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  1. Hard Travelin'
  2. What Did the Deep Blue Sea Say
  3. The Rising Sun Blues
  4. Nine Hundred Miles
  5. John Henry
  6. Oregon Trail
  7. We Shall Be Free
  8. Dirty Overhalls
  9. Jackhammer Blues
  10. Springfield Mountain
  11. Brown Eyes
  12. The Boll Weevil Blues
  13. Guitar Blues
  14. Will You Miss Me?
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Woody Guthrie Sings Folk Songs
1992, Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

UPC: 093074000724

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