Originally released in 1976
Features "Hang Knot," "Pretty Boy Floyd," "Ludlow Massacre," and more!
"Raw, gut wrenching protest songs of toil, turmoil and the American worker. His charismatic style gets back to the roots of folk and the voice of the people." — The Patriot Ledger
This document of Woody Guthrie's dedication to working class Americans, recorded in the '40s with Cisco Houston and Sonny Terry, contains gritty classics like "1913 Massacre" and "Pretty Boy Floyd." A superbly remastered and annotated treasure which includes lyrics.
|A Dollar Down and a Dollar a Week|
|Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo, Get Along Little Dogies|
|Waiting at the Gate|
|The Dying Miner|
|Union Burying Ground|
|Pretty Boy Floyd|