Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 This Land Is Your Land (alternate version)
2:47
2 Pastures of Plenty
2:29
3 Riding in My Car (Car Song)
1:52
4 The Grand Coulee Dam
2:14
5 Talking Dust Bowl
1:54
6 So Long, It's Been Good to Know Yuh (Dusty Old Dust)
3:45
7 Ramblin' Round
2:17
8 Philadephia Lawyer
2:32
9 Hard Travelin'
2:34
10 Pretty Boy Floyd
3:03
11 Hobo's Lullaby
2:27
12 Talking Columbia
2:31
13 The Sinking of the Reuben James
3:02
14 Jesus Christ
2:41
15 Gypsy Davy
2:53
16 New York Town
2:39
17 Goind Down the Road (Feeling Bad)
3:00
18 Hard, Ain't It Hard
2:45
19 The Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done (The Great Historical Bum)
2:22
20 This Land Is Your Land (standard version)
2:20
21 Jarama Valley
2:56
22 Why, Oh Why?
3:31
23 I've Got to Know
5:32
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Better World A-Comin'
3:10
2 When That Great Ship Went Down (The Great Ship)
3:22
3 A Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week
1:40
4 Talking Centralia
3:28
5 1913 Massacre
3:40
6 Dirty Overalls
2:00
7 My Daddy (Flies a Ship in the Sky)
2:37
8 Worried Man Blues
3:02
9 Hangknot, Slipknot
2:35
10 Buffalo Skinners
3:20
11 Howdi Do
1:44
12 Jackhammer John
2:40
13 The Ranger's Command
2:53
14 So Long, It's Been Good to Know You (WWII version)
2:49
15 What Are We Waiting On?
2:11
16 Lindbergh
3:15
17 Ludlow Massacre
3:32
18 Bad Lee Brown (Cocaine Blues)
2:18
19 Two Good Men
3:50
20 Farmer-Labor Train
2:53
21 The Jolly Banker
2:54
22 We Shall Be Free
3:01
CD 3
# Title Rating Length
1 I Ain't Got No Home (In This World Anymore)
3:29
2 Them Big City Ways
2:30
3 Do Re Mi
3:37
4 Skid Row Serenade
3:04
5 Radio Program: The Ballad Gazette with Woody Guthrie
14:24
6 BBC: Children's Hour (July 7, 1944)
10:23
7 People's Songs, Hootenanny
8:57
8 WNYC Radio Program: Folk Songs of America (December 12, 1940)
16:29
9 Reckless Talk
1:47
10 All Work Together
2:44
11 My Little Seed
2:35
12 Goodnight Little Cathy
2:20

Credits

CD 1

mandolin:
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-24) (track 17)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (track 9)
guitar:
Woody Guthrie (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (????-04-16 – 1944-04-16) (track 18)
Woody Guthrie (1940-03-21) (tracks 5–6)
Woody Guthrie (1944) (track 4)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04) (tracks 1, 14–15)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-16) (track 18)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (tracks 4, 8, 10, 16, 19)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (tracks 8, 16)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-24) (track 17)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-25) (tracks 11, 13)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (tracks 3, 20, 22–23)
Cisco Houston (1947) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (tracks 7, 12)
Woody Guthrie (1947-04) (track 2)
harmonica:
Cisco Houston (1944-04-24) (track 17)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (track 22)
Sonny Terry (1947) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (tracks 7, 12)
Woody Guthrie (1947-04) (track 2)
additional lyricist:
Woody Guthrie (track 14)
arranger:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 15, 17, 21)
Lee Hays (track 17)
background vocals [harmony]:
Cisco Houston (1944-04-16) (track 18)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (tracks 8, 16)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-24) (track 17)
Cisco Houston (1947) (track 9)
composer:
Goebel Reeves (track 11)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1–2, 6, 18, 20, 23)
lyricist:
Goebel Reeves (track 11)
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1–2, 6, 18, 20, 23)
Alex McDade (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (1941-11) (track 13)
Fred Hellerman (1941-11) (track 13)
vocals:
Woody Guthrie (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (1940-03-21) (tracks 5–6)
Woody Guthrie (1944) (track 4)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04) (tracks 1, 14–15)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-16) (track 18)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (tracks 4, 8, 10, 16, 19)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-24) (track 17)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-25) (tracks 11, 13)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (tracks 3, 20, 22–23)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (tracks 7, 9, 12)
Woody Guthrie (1947-04) (track 2)
writer:
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 15, 17)
Woody Guthrie (tracks 4, 4, 7–10, 12, 14)
cover recording of:
Hobo’s Lullaby (1944-04-25) (track 11)
is based on:
Wildwood Flower (track 13)
later translated versions:
Das Land isch dis Land (tracks 1, 20)
Das isch nit my Land (tracks 1, 20)
Esta es tu tierra (tracks 1, 20)
Esta tierra es tuya (tracks 1, 20)
Mae'n Wlad I Mi (tracks 1, 20)
later versions:
Blackjack Davey (arr. Bob Dylan et al.) (track 15)
Great Chicagonian (track 8)
Hard Travelin' (Adam Brodsky lyrics) (track 9)
So Long, It's Been Good to Know Ya (Rust Bowl version) (track 6)
recording of:
Jarama Valley (track 21)
So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh (1940-03-21) (track 6)
Grand Coulee Dam (1944) (track 4)
Gypsy Davy (arr. Woody Guthrie) (1944-04) (track 15)
Jesus Christ (1944-04) (track 14)
This Land Is Your Land (1944-04) (track 1)
Hard, Ain't It Hard (1944-04-16) (track 18)
Biggest Thing Man Has Ever Done (1944-04-19) (track 19)
Grand Coulee Dam (1944-04-19) (track 4)
Philadelphia Lawyer (1944-04-19) (track 8)
Pretty Boy Floyd (1944-04-19) (track 10)
Goin' Down the Road Feelin' Bad (1944-04-24) (track 17)
The Sinking of the Reuben James (1944-04-25) (track 13)
This Land Is Your Land (1946) (track 20)
Hard Travelin’ (1947) (track 9)
Ramblin' Round (1947) (track 7)
Talking Columbia (1947) (track 12)
Pastures of Plenty (1947-04) (track 2)
I’ve Got to Know (1951) (track 23)
version of:
The Raggle Taggle Gypsy (aka The Raggle Taggle Gypsies O / The Gypsy Laddie / Black Jack Davy / Seven Yellow Gypsies) (track 15)

CD 2

mandolin:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1, 20)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04) (track 12)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (tracks 8, 14)
guitar:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 6, 16)
Cisco Houston (tracks 1, 6, 20)
Woody Guthrie (1940-03-22) (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04) (tracks 9, 22)
Lead Belly (1944-04) (track 22)
Cisco Houston (1944-04) (track 12)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (tracks 3, 7, 14–15, 18)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (tracks 3, 8)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-25) (tracks 2, 13)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-25) (track 2)
Woody Guthrie (1945-03-24) (tracks 10, 17)
Woody Guthrie (1945-05-24) (track 5)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (track 11)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (tracks 4, 19)
harmonica:
Sonny Terry (1944-04) (track 22)
Sonny Terry (1944-04-25) (track 2)
additional lyricist:
Woody Guthrie (track 10)
Ephraim Braley (Canadian logger in the mid 1850's) (track 10)
background vocals [harmony]:
Cisco Houston (tracks 1, 6)
Cisco Houston (1944-04) (track 12)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (tracks 8, 14)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-25) (track 2)
Cisco Houston (1947) (track 20)
composer:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 5, 14, 21)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
lyricist:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 5, 14, 19, 21)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 10)
publisher:
William & Versey Smith (1927) (track 2)
vocals:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1, 6, 16)
Woody Guthrie (1940-03-22) (track 21)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04) (tracks 9, 12, 22)
Lead Belly (1944-04) (track 22)
Sonny Terry (1944-04) (track 22)
Cisco Houston (1944-04) (track 22)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (tracks 3, 7–8, 14–15, 18)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (track 3)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-25) (tracks 2, 13)
Woody Guthrie (1945-03-24) (tracks 10, 17)
Woody Guthrie (1945-05-24) (track 5)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (track 11)
Woody Guthrie (1947) (tracks 4, 19–20)
writer:
Woody Guthrie (track 13)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (1915 – 1916) (track 2)
later versions:
So Long, It's Been Good to Know Ya (Rust Bowl version) (track 14)
recording of:
The Jolly Banker (1940-03-22) (track 21)
We Shall Be Free (1944-04) (track 22)
So Long, It’s Been Good to Know Yuh (1944-04-19) (track 14)
Ranger's Command (1944-04-25) (track 13)
The Titanic (aka "It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down") (1944-04-25) (track 2)
Buffalo Skinners (Woody Guthrie lyrics) (1945-03-24) (track 10)
1913 Massacre (1945-05-24) (track 5)
Two Good Men (1947) (track 19)
version of:
Buffalo Skinners (track 10)

CD 3

guitar:
Woody Guthrie (track 7)
Woody Guthrie (1937) (tracks 1–4)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Woody Guthrie (1945-10-16) (track 5)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (tracks 10–12)
harmonica:
Woody Guthrie (1937) (tracks 1–4)
banjo:
Pete Seeger (track 7)
arranger:
composer:
A.P. Carter (track 6)
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1, 5, 5, 5, 8)
William Kindt (track 6)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 5, 5, 5)
lyricist:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1, 5, 5, 5)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 5, 5, 5)
[unknown] (Special Purpose Artist - Do not add releases here, if possible.) (track 8)
Woody Guthrie (1941-11) (track 5)
Fred Hellerman (1941-11) (track 5)
vocals:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 1–4, 7)
Lee Hays (track 7)
Pete Seeger (track 7)
Woody Guthrie (1940-12-12) (track 8)
Cisco Houston (1944-04-19) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1944-04-19) (track 9)
Woody Guthrie (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Woody Guthrie (1945-10-16) (track 5)
Marjorie Guthrie (1946) (track 12)
Woody Guthrie (1946) (tracks 10–12)
writer:
Woody Guthrie (tracks 3, 6)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 6, 6, 8)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 4183) (track 6)
is based on:
Wildwood Flower (track 5)
is the basis for:
Promised Land (track 6)
Stag O’Lee (track 6)
later translated versions:
Esta es tu tierra (track 5)
Mae'n Wlad I Mi (track 5)
later versions:
Stack-A-Lee (track 6)
Stagger Lee (Nick Cave version) (track 6)
Stagger Lee (Lloyd Price version) (track 6)
live partial recording of:
This Land Is Your Land (1945-10-16) (track 5)
medley including a recording of:
Jesse James (1940-12-12) (track 8)
John Hardy (1940-12-12) (track 8)
Tom Joad (1940-12-12) (track 8)
900 Miles (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Pretty Boy Floyd (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Stagger Lee (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Wabash Cannonball (1944-07-07) (track 6)
Blow Ye Winds (1945-10-16) (track 5)
Blow the Man Down (1945-10-16) (track 5)
Normandy Was Her Name (1945-10-16) (track 5)
The Sinking of the Reuben James (1945-10-16) (track 5)
Trouble on the Waters (1945-10-16) (track 5)
What Did the Deep Sea Say? (1945-10-16) (track 5)
recording of:
Do Re Mi (1937) (track 3)
I Ain’t Got No Home (1937) (track 1)

Release

ASIN: US: B0081MEETM [info]