The Resource Songs for political action, (sound recording)

Songs for political action, (sound recording)

Label
Songs for political action
Title
Songs for political action
Title variation
Folkmusic, topical songs, and the American left, 1926-1953
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Narrator
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Writer of accompanying material
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Genre
Language
eng
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Accompanying matter
  • bibliography
  • technical and or historical information on instruments
  • ethnological information
  • discography
  • biography of performer or history of ensemble
  • historical information
Cataloging source
UIU
Credits note
Book written by Ronald D. Cohen and Dave Samuelson
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
Music parts
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1940-
  • 1878-1967
  • 1893-
  • 1886-1979
  • 1901-1953
  • 1910-1983
  • 1902-1994
  • 1904-1992
  • 1895-1955
  • 1909-1991
  • 1910-1991
  • 1898-1976
  • 1897-1964
  • 1912-1967
  • 1919-2014
  • 1919-1971
  • 1921-2009
  • 1909-1995
  • 1894-1953
  • 1910-1981
  • 1914-1981
  • 1914-1961
  • 1915-1996
  • 1909-2004
  • 1890-1965
  • 1920-1996
  • 1914-2003
  • -1948
  • 1908-1993
  • 1915-2002
  • 1927-2016
  • 1924-1996
  • 1930-
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  • Cohen, Ronald D.
  • Samuelson, Dave
  • Sandburg, Carl
  • Allison, John
  • Seeger, Charles
  • Seeger, Ruth Crawford
  • Jackson, Aunt Molly
  • Gunning, Sarah Ogan
  • Cadle, Tillman
  • Handcox, John L.
  • Miller, Bob
  • Bauman, Mordecai
  • Siegmeister, Elie
  • Robinson, Earl
  • Robeson, Paul
  • Kraber, Tony
  • Aarons, Saul
  • Dowd, Harrison
  • White, Josh
  • Guthrie, Woody
  • Seeger, Pete
  • Glazer, Tom
  • Hawes, Butch
  • Hawes, Bess Lomax
  • Ives, Burl
  • Wilson, Dooley
  • Lancelot
  • Partlow, Vern
  • Hays, Lee
  • Claiborne, Bob
  • Asbell, Bernard
  • Lord Invader
  • McGhee, Brownie
  • Beyer, Anna
  • Levine, George
  • Cunningham, Sis
  • Reynolds, Malvina
  • Oliver, Bill
  • Casetta, Mario
  • Blakeslee, Dick
  • Wood, Hally
  • Kleinman, Lou
  • Gilbert, Ronnie
  • Sanders, Betty
  • Fast, Howard
  • Alexander, Mara
  • Huey, Richard
  • Alvarez, Abigail
  • Loring, Michael
  • Lomax, Alan
  • Hellerman, Fred
  • Foye, Hope
  • Duncan, Laura
  • De Cormier, Robert
  • Bernardi, Herschel
  • Booth, Alan
  • Gallant, Gerald
  • Lieberman, Ernie
  • Smith, Osborne
  • Glazer, Joe
  • Friedland, William H.
  • New Singers
  • Manhattan Chorus (1937)
  • Almanac Singers
  • Priority Ramblers
  • Union Boys
  • Berries (Musical group)
  • People's Songs (Organization)
  • Goodson and Vale
  • People's Songs (Organization)
  • Weavers (Musical group)
  • Royal Harmonaires
  • Jewish Young Folk-Singers
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  • Topical songs
  • Protest songs
  • Political ballads and songs
  • Radicalism
  • Working class
  • Folk music
  • Anti-fascist movements
  • World War, 1939-1945
  • Blues (Music)
  • Campaign songs
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not applicable
Label
Songs for political action, (sound recording)
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Publication
Note
  • Political songs and a book containing lyrics, program notes, bibliography, and discographies, by Ronald D. Cohen and Dave Samuelson
  • Compact discs; in box (32 cm.)
Accompanying material
1 book (212 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 204) and discographies
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unknown
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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unknown
Content category
performed music
Content type code
  • prm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Risselty rosselty
  • Babe o' mine
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • Blow ye winds, heigh ho
  • Haul away, Joe
  • Blow the man down
  • The Golden Vanity
  • Away, Rio
  • The coast of High Barbary
  • Greenland fishing
  • The dodger song
  • (Charles & Ruth Crawford Seeger)
  • Ground hog
  • State of Arkansas
  • Hard, ain't it hard
  • I ride an old paint
  • House of the rising sun
  • The weaver's song
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • Disc four,
  • Fighting the fascists, 1942-1944.
  • Dear Mr. President
  • Old grey mare
  • Belt line girl
  • Round, round Hitler's grave
  • Side by side
  • Deliver the goods
  • Reuben James
  • Boomtown Bill
  • Keep that oil a-rollin'
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • I'm looking for a home (Housing song)
  • Amsterdam maid
  • (Ruth Crawford Seeger)
  • Song of the free
  • In Washington
  • Overtime pay
  • (Priority Ramblers)
  • Quinte brigada
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Baldwin Hawes, Bess Lomax)
  • Jarama Valley
  • (Glazer, Hawes, Lomax)
  • Spanish marching song
  • Cook house
  • Hands
  • The young man from Alcala
  • Quinte regimento
  • Quarter master song (Seeger, Glazer, Hawes, Lomax)
  • Little man on a fence
  • (Josh White & the Boys (Union Boys))
  • Jim Crow
  • You better get ready
  • Hold the fort
  • We shall not be moved
  • U.A.W.-C.I.O.
  • (Charles Seeger)
  • Hold on
  • (Union Boys)
  • Solidarity forever
  • (Burl Ives & the Boys (Union Boys))
  • A dollar ain't a dollar anymore
  • (the Union Boys)
  • Disc five,
  • World War II and the folk revival.
  • Horace Greeley
  • Kevin Barry
  • Ragged hungry blues (part 1)
  • The house I live in
  • A man's a man for a' that
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • The frozen logger
  • Jefferson and liberty
  • Sweet Betsy from Pike
  • Dirty miner
  • Grand Coulee Dam
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • Free and equal blues (parts 1 & 2)
  • Ragged hungry blues (part 2)
  • (Earl Robinson & Dooley Wilson)
  • The century of the common man
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • I'm a native American Nazi
  • Join the U.A.W.-C.I.O.
  • Keeping score for '44
  • The U.A.W. train
  • Susan's in the union
  • The rollback blues
  • Mama don't allow
  • (Aunt Molly Jackson)
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • Farmer-labor train
  • So long, it's been good to know you
  • Talking sailor
  • Sally, don't you grieve
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • Citizen C.I.O.
  • (Tom Glazer & Josh White)
  • No more blues
  • (Josh White)
  • I'm going to organize, baby mine
  • We've got a plan
  • Social worker's talking blues
  • I'm gonna put my name down
  • (Tom Glazer)
  • Freedom road
  • (Josh White)
  • Disc one,
  • (Sara Ogan Gunning)
  • I don't want your millions, mister
  • (Tillman Cadle)
  • Raggedy, raggedy
  • No more mourning
  • Join the union tonight
  • We're going to roll the union on
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • (John Handcox)
  • Farmer's letter to the President
  • The leftist roots of folk revival.
  • Farm relief blues
  • 11 cent cotton, 40 cent meat
  • The hootenanny song
  • Bank failures
  • The rich man and the poor man
  • The poor forgotten man
  • (Bob Miller)
  • The soup song
  • The Internationale
  • Rise up (Comintern)
  • The boll weevil
  • United front
  • Forward, we've not forgotten
  • In praise of learning
  • (New Singers)
  • On the picket line
  • Hold the fort
  • Casey Jones
  • Sit down
  • Write me out my union card
  • We shall not be moved
  • (Carl Sandburg)
  • Join the union
  • Solidarity forever
  • (Manhattan Chorus)
  • Disc two,
  • Theatre and cabaret performers, 1936-1941.
  • The strange funeral in Braddock
  • (Mordecai Baumann & Elie Siegmeister)
  • Abraham Lincoln (parts 1 & 2)
  • Joe Hill
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • Patriotic diggers
  • Spring song
  • (Paul Robeson)
  • The Old Chisholm Trail
  • (Tony Kraber)
  • Old paint (The horse with the union label)
  • Capitalistic boss (parts 1 & 2)
  • (Saul Aarons)
  • Little theatre on the right
  • Little theatre on the left
  • (Harrison Dowd)
  • (John Allison)
  • Nine foot shovel
  • Chain gang boun'
  • Trouble
  • Goin' home boys
  • Cryin' who? Cryin' you! (parts 1 & 2)
  • Told my captain
  • Jerry
  • Southern exposure
  • Uncle Sam says
  • Jim Crow train
  • London's bridge is falling down
  • Bad housing blues
  • Defense factory blues
  • (Josh White)
  • Disc three,
  • The Almanac Singers, March 1941-July 1941.
  • The strange death of John Doe
  • Billy boy
  • "C" for conscription
  • Washington breakdown
  • Lisa Jane
  • (Charles Seeger)
  • Ballad of October 16th
  • Plow under
  • Talking union
  • Union train
  • Which side are you on?
  • Get thee behind me, Satan
  • Union maid
  • All I want
  • Songs for bridges
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • (Josh White)
  • Elephant and the ass
  • Hungry rhapsody
  • Housing (Goodson & Vale)
  • Ballad of F.D.R.
  • Jim Crow
  • (People's Songs Chorus)
  • Mein shtetele belz
  • (the Berries)
  • Zhonkoye (the Berries & Pete Seeger)
  • Travelin'
  • When the country is broke
  • Black, brown & white blues
  • The death of Harry Simms
  • Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues
  • No Irish need apply
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • Unemployment compensation blues
  • (Boots (Mario Casetta))
  • The fireship
  • Johnny, I hardly knew you
  • (Betty Sanders)
  • Money in the pocket
  • The Peekskill story (incl. Hold the line), parts 1 & 2)
  • (the Weavers & Howard Fast)
  • Wasn't that a time
  • Dig my grave
  • Freight train blues
  • Love song blues
  • The hammer song
  • (the Weavers)
  • Disc nine,
  • Campaign songs, 1944-1949.
  • Our fight is yours
  • We're keeping score in '44
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • No more blues
  • (Josh White)
  • Lay that ballot down (parts 1 & 2)
  • (Bill Oliver)
  • The fertilizer song
  • Talking F.T.A.
  • Kiss the boys goodbye
  • Round and round the canneries
  • (Tom Glazer)
  • My name is Cannery Bill
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • The bosses' gang
  • (Mara Alexander & others)
  • Bye, bye bosses
  • (Mara Alexander)
  • The new walls of Jericho (Wallace fit the battle of America)
  • (Richard Huey & chorus)
  • Henry Wallace is the man
  • (Royal Harmonaires)
  • Moses Green
  • A corrido to Wallace and Taylor
  • Second corrido to Wallace and Taylor
  • (Abigail Alvarez)
  • The battle hymn of '48
  • (Paul Robeson)
  • The same old merry-go-round
  • I've got a ballot ;
  • Great day
  • (Michael Loring)
  • Wallace button
  • The Rankin tree
  • Goodbye, Harry
  • (George Levine)
  • Henry Wallace
  • (Sis Cunningham)
  • We can win with Wallace
  • (Bill Oliver)
  • Work with Wallace
  • (Malvina Reynolds)
  • The century of the common man
  • Wallace is the man for me
  • Talking Bilbo
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • Yankee Doodle, tell the boss
  • (Michael Loring & Alan Lomax) ;
  • Intro
  • New York City
  • (Weavers)
  • Marcantonio for me
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Skip to the polls
  • (Weavers & Hope Foye)
  • This old world
  • Marcantonio for mayor
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Now, right now
  • (Laura Duncan)
  • We shall not be moved
  • (the Weavers)
  • Oh, freedom
  • (Hope Foye & Pete Seeger)
  • Ben Davis
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • (Lee Hays)
  • M.T.A.
  • (unidentified vocalist)
  • The people's choice
  • (unidentified)
  • Keep a-goin' and a-growin'
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Disc ten,
  • An era closes, 1949-1953.
  • The riddle of Thurman Towns
  • (DeCormier & Bernardi & Booth)
  • Disc six,
  • No. 1 stooge
  • Grapes to pick
  • (Gerald Gallant) ;
  • Medley:
  • I don't want to get adjusted
  • Stand up and be counted
  • We will overcome
  • The Progressive Party is here to stay
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Pity the downtrodden landlord
  • (Bob Hill (Fred Hellerman))
  • (Bob Claiborne)
  • The hammer song
  • Banks of marble
  • (the Weavers)
  • Spring song
  • (Ernie Lieberman and Hope Foye) ;
  • Songs [i.e.
  • Song] of my hands
  • My old man
  • I'm on my way
  • (Ernie Lieberman)
  • Song of my hands
  • In contempt
  • Die gedanken sind frei
  • Walk along together
  • Put my name down
  • Hold on
  • (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders)
  • Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel
  • (Osborne Smith)
  • I've got a right
  • (Laura Duncan)
  • (Bernie Asbel)
  • We shall overcome
  • (Jewish Young Folksingers)
  • Talking un-American blues
  • (Betty Sanders)
  • Old Bolshevik song
  • The cloakmaker's union
  • Land of The daily worker
  • Our line's been changed again
  • In Old Moscow
  • Unite for unity
  • Mad as I can be
  • Bill Bailey
  • The last Internationale
  • (Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland)
  • The giveaway boys in Washington
  • Joe McCarthy's band
  • (Joe Glazer)
  • I've got to know
  • This land is your land
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • (Bernie Asbel & Pete Seeger)
  • Jackie Robinson
  • (Lord Invader)
  • High price blues
  • Black, brown & white
  • The People's Songs era, 1945-1949.
  • (Brownie McGhee)
  • Nix on Mundt
  • Nixon
  • (Anna Beyer)
  • The daily worker's song
  • (George Levine )
  • Taft-Hartley blues
  • (unidentified vocalist)
  • Parnell Thomas blues
  • (Sis Cunningham)
  • Landlord
  • Turn me loose
  • (Malvina Reynolds & Bill Oliver)
  • Snowball
  • Swingin' on a scab
  • (the Berries)
  • On to Sacramento
  • (Mario Casetta)
  • Atomic talking blues
  • Newspapermen meet such interesting people
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • Johnny has gone for a soldier
  • Passing through
  • (Dick Blakeslee)
  • Disc seven,
  • Pete Seeger, 1946-1948.
  • Listen Mr. Bilbo
  • Joe Hill
  • (Pete Seeger, Butch Hawes, Lee Hays, Hally Wood, Lou Kleinman)
  • O.P.A shout
  • (Pete Seeger & Bob Claiborne)
  • Voting union
  • Beloved comrade
  • Get out to vote
  • A dollar ain't a dollar anymore
  • A dollar for P.A.C.
  • Oh, what Congress done to me
  • Four P.A.C. nursery rhymes
  • D.D.T.
  • Fare ye well, bad congressman
  • No, no, no discrimination
  • Voter, oh voter
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Butch Hays, Hally Wood) ;
  • The man who couldn't walk around
  • Intro
  • Commonwealth of toil
  • We've got our eyes on you
  • Talking union
  • The preacher and the slave
  • Which side are you on?
  • Solidarity forever
  • The whole wide world around
  • Hold the fort ;
  • conclusion
  • I'm the guy
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood, Ronnie Gilbert)
  • Talking P.A.C.
  • Conversation with a mule
  • The farmer is the man
  • Join the farmer's union
  • Talking atom
  • Newspapermen meet such interesting people
  • Skillet good and greasy
  • T for Texas
  • Cumberland Mountain bear chase
  • Little man sitting on a fence
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • Disc eight,
  • Charter Records, 1946-1949.
  • Walk in peace (part 1)
  • Walk in peace (part 2)
  • Atomic energy
  • Old lady with a rolling pin
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • Red boogie
  • Unity rhumba
  • The leftist roots of folk revival: The boll weevil / trad. (Carl Sandburg) -- Patriotic diggers / Samuel Woodward (John Allison) -- London's bridge is falling down (Charles Seeger) -- Risselty rosselty (Charles & Ruth Crawford Seeger) -- Old grey mare (Ruth Crawford Seeger) -- Hands / trad. (Charles Seeger) -- Ragged hungry blues (part 1) ; Ragged hungry blues (part 2) / M. Jackson (Aunt Molly Jackson) -- I'm going to organize, baby mine / Sara Ogan Gunning (S. O. Gunning) -- I don't want your millions, mister / Jim Garland (Tillman Cadle) -- Raggedy, raggedy ; No more mourning ; Join the union tonight ; We're going to roll the union on ; There is mean things happening in this land / J. Handcox (John Handcox) -- Farmer's letter to the President (Bob Ferguson, aka Bob Miller) -- Farm relief blues / B. Miller (B. MIller) -- 11 cent cotton, 40 cent meat / B. Miller ; Emma Dermer (Bob's Boys) -- The hootenanny song (Miller's Bullfrog Entertainers) ; Bank failures (B. Ferguson & his Scalawaggers) ; The rich man and the poor man (B. Miller) ; The poor forgotten man / B. Miller (Bill Palmer, aka Bob Miller) -- The soup song / Maurice Sugar (The New Singers) -- The Internationale / Pierre Degeyter (The New Singers) -- Rise up (Comintern) / V.J. Jerome (The New Singers) -- United front ; Forward, we've not forgotten ; In praise of learning / Hanns Eisler; Berholt Brecht (New Singers) -- On the picket line ; Hold the fort / trad. (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Casey Jones / Joe Hill (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Sit down / M. Sugar ( The Manhattan Chorus) -- Write me out my union card ; We shall not be moved ; Join the union / trad. (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin (Manhattan Chorus) -- Theatre and cabaret performers, 1936-1941: The strange funeral in (at) Braddock / Michael Gold ; E. Siegmeister (Mordecai Bauman & Elie Siegmeister) -- Abraham Lincoln (parts 1 & 2) ; Joe Hill / E. Robinson ; Alfred Hayes (Earl Robinson) -- Spring song / E. Robinson ; Harold Schachter (Paul Robeson) -- The Old Chisholm Trail / trad. (Tony Kraber) -- Old paint (The horse with the union label) ; Capitalistic boss (parts 1 & 2) / S. Aarons ; Mike Stratton (Saul Aarons) -- Little theatre on the right ; Little theatre on the left / H. Dowd (Harrison Dowd) -- Nine foot shovel ; Chain gang boun' ; Trouble ; Goin' home boys ; Cryin' who? Cryin' you! (parts 1 & 2) ; Told my captain ; Jerry (Josh White) -- Southern exposure ; Uncle Sam says ; Jim Crow train ; Bad housing blues ; Defense factory blues / J. White ; Waring Cuney (Josh White) --
  • The Almanac Singers, March 1941-July 1941: The strange death of John Doe / Millard Lampell ; Lee Hays ; Pete Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Billy boy / M. Lampell (Almanac Singers) -- "C" for conscription / P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Washington breakdown / M. Lampell ; L. Hayes ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Lisa Jane / M. Lampell ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Ballad of October 16th / M. Lampell (Almanac Singers) -- Plow under / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Talking union / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Union train / L. Hays (Almanac Singers) -- Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (Almanac Singers) -- Get thee behind me, Satan / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Union maid / M. Lampell ; Woody Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- All I want / Jim Garland (Almanac Singers) -- Songs for bridges / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Babe o' mine / S.O. Gunning (W. Guthrie) -- Blow ye winds, heigh ho ; Haul away, Joe ; Blow the man down ; The Golden Vanity ; Away, Rio ; The coast of High Barbary ; Greenland fishing ; The dodger song ; Ground hog ; State of Arkansas / trad. (Almanac Singers) -- Hard, ain't it hard / W. Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- I ride an old paint ; House of the rising sun ; The weaver's song / trad. (Almanac Singers) -- Fighting the fascists, 1942-1944: Dear Mr. President / P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Belt line girl / Sis Cunningham, aka Agnes Friesen (Almanac Singers) -- Round, round Hitler's grave / Guthrie ; Lampell ; Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Side by side / Arthur Stern (Almanac Singers) -- Deliver the goods / P. Seeger ; Bess Hawes (Almanac Singers) -- Reuben James / Guthrie ; Lampell ; Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Boomtown Bill / W. Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- Keep that oil a-rollin' / W. Guthrie ; Baldwin Hawes (Almanac Singers) -- I'm looking for a home (Housing song) ; Amsterdam maid ; Song of the free (Priority Ramblers) -- In Washington / Alan Lomax (Priority Ramblers) -- Overtime pay (Priority Ramblers) -- Quinte brigada (P. Seeger, Tom Glazer, B. Hawes, & Bess Lomax) ; Jarama Valley (Glazer, Hawes, & Lomax) -- Spanish marching song ; Cook house ; The young man from Alcala ; Quinte regimento ; Quarter master song / trad. (Seeger, Glazer, Hawes, & Lomax) -- Little man on a fence / Eleanor Young (Josh White & the Boys, aka The Union Boys) -- Jim Crow / Lee Hays ; P. Seeger (The Union Boys) -- You better get ready (The Union Boys) -- Hold the fort ; We shall not be moved / trad. (The Union Boys) -- U.A.W.-C.I.O. / B. Hawes (The Union Boys) -- Hold on / trad. (The Union Boys) -- Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin (Burl Ives & the Boys, aka The Union Boys) -- A dollar ain't a dollar anymore / T. Glazer (The Union Boys) --
  • World War II and the folk revival: Horace Greeley / Jack Shapiro ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- Kevin Barry / trad. (E. Robinson) -- The house I live in / Lewis Allan ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- A man's a man for a' that / Robert Burns ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- Drill ye tarriers drill / trad. (E. Robinson) -- The frozen logger / James Stevens (E. Robinson) -- Jefferson and liberty ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Dirty miner / trad. (E. Robinson) -- Grand Coulee Dam / W. Guthrie (E. Robinson) -- Free and equal blues (parts 1 & 2) / E.Y. Harburg ; E. Robinson (Earl Robinson & Dooley Wilson) -- The century of the common man / Lancelot Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- I'm a native American Nazi ; Join the U.A.W.-C.I.O. ; Keeping score for '44 ; The U.A.W. train ; Susan's in the union ; The rollback blues ; Mama don't allow / V. Partlow (Vern Partlow) -- Farmer-labor train ; So long, it's been good to know you ; Talking sailor ; Sally, don't you grieve / W. Guthrie (W. Guthrie) -- Citizen C.I.O. (T. Glazer & J. White) -- No more blues (J. White) -- We've got a plan ; Social worker's talking blues (T. Glazer) -- I'm gonna put my name down / Baldwin Hawes ; Bess Hawes (T. Glazer) -- Freedom road / Langston Hughes ; Emerson Harper (J. White) -- The People's Songs era, 1945-1949: Landlord / Gene Raskin (J. White) -- Johnny has gone for a soldier / trad. (J. White) -- Beloved comrade / Fred Katz ; L. Allan (J. White) -- The man who couldn't walk around / Harry Rosenthal ; MacKinlay Kantor (J. White) -- I'm the guy ; Little man sitting on a fence / E. Young (J. White) -- When the country is broke (T. Glazer) -- Money in the pocket / Bob Russell ; Carl Sigman (T. Glazer) -- Our fight is yours (T. Glazer) -- Moses Green / L. Hays (L. Hays) -- The Rankin tree / L. Hays ; Walter Lowenfels (L. Hays) -- Talking Bilbo ; This old world / L. Hays (L. Hays) -- No. 1 stooge / B. Claiborne (Bob Claiborne) -- Song of my hands / B. Asbel (Bernie Asbel) -- Mad as I can be / B. Hawes (B. Asbel & P. Seeger) -- Jackie Robinson / Rupert Grant (Lord Invader) -- High price blues / McGhee (Brownie McGhee) -- Black, brown & white / Big Bill Bronnzy (B. McGhee) -- Nix on Mundt-Nixon / A. Beyer (Anna Beyer) -- The daily worker's song (George Levine ) -- Taft-Hartley blues / Norman Luboff (unidentified vocalist) -- Parnell Thomas blues / S. Cunningham (S. Cunningham) -- Turn me loose / M. Reynolds (Malvina Reynolds & Bill Oliver) -- Snowball / Morry Goodson ; Sonny Vale -- Swingin' on a scab / Shirley Gray (the Berries) -- On to Sacramento / M. Casetta (Mario Casetta) -- Atomic talking blues ; Newspapermen meet such interesting people / V. Partlow (Vern Partlow) -- Passing through / D. Blakeslee (Dick Blakeslee) --
  • Pete Seeger, 1946-1948: Listen Mr. Bilbo / B. Claiborne ; Adrienne Claiborne (P. Seeger, B. Hayes, L. Hays, Hally Woods, Lou Kleinman) -- Joe Hill / A. Hayes (P. Seeger, Butch Hawes, L. Hays, H. Wood, L. Kleinman) -- O.P.A shout / Hy Zaret (P. Seeger & B. Claiborne) -- Voting union ; Get out to vote (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- A dollar ain't a dollar anymore / T. Glazer (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- A dollar for P.A.C. ; Oh, what Congress done to me ; Four P.A.C. nursery rhymes: Jack and Jill ; Jack Sprat ; Ding dong bell ; Jack be nimble (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- D.D.T. / L. Hays ; W. Lowenfels (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Fare ye well, bad congressman ; No, no, no discrimination (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Voter, oh voter / Lou Relin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Intro ; Commonwealth of toil / R. Chaplin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- We've got our eyes on you / Bernie Asbel ; A. Claiborne (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Talking union / Millard Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- The preacher and the slave / J. Hill (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Which side are you on? / F. Reece ; E. Young (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Solidarity forever / R. Chaplin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- The whole wide world around (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Hold the fort ; conclusion / trad. (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Talking P.A.C. / P. Seeger (P. Seeger) -- Conversation with a mule / B. Miller (P. Seeger) -- The farmer is the man ; Join the farmer's union / trad (P. Seeger) -- Talking atom ; Newspapermen meet such interesting people / V. Partlow (P. Seeger) -- Skillet good and greasy / trad. / V. Partlow (P. Seeger) -- T for Texas / Jimmie Rodgers (P. Seeger) -- Cumberland Mountain bear chase / trad. (P. Seeger) -- Charter Records, 1946-1949: Walk in peace (part 1) / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Walk in peace (part 2) / L. Pinard ; Ray Glazer (Sir Lancelot) -- Atomic energy ; Old lady with a rolling pin / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Red boogie ; Unity rhumba ; Elephant and the ass ; Hungry rhapsody ; Housing / Morry Goodson ; Sonny Vale (Goodson & Vale) -- Ballad of F.D.R. (People's Songs Chorus) -- Jim Crow / P. Seeger ; L. Hays (People's Songs Chorus) -- Mein shtetele belz / trad. (the Berries) -- Zhonkoye (the Berries & P. Seeger) -- Travelin' (P. Seeger) -- Black, brown & white blues / Big B. Bronnzy (P. Seeger) -- The death of Harry Simms / Jim Garland (P. Seeger) -- Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues / trad. (P. Seeger) -- No Irish need apply / J.F. Poole (P. Seeger) -- Unemployment compensation blues / Les Pine (Boots (Mario Casetta)) -- The fireship ; Johnny, I hardly knew you / trad. (Betty Sanders) -- The Peekskill story (incl. Hold the line), parts 1 & 2) / M. Casetta/ Hays ; Seeger (the Weavers & Howard Fast) -- Wasn't that a time / L. Hays & the Weavers) -- Dig my grave ; Freight train blues / trad. (the Weavers) -- Love song blues / L. Hays (the Weavers) -- The hammer song / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (the Weavers) --
  • Campaign songs, 1944-1949: We're keeping score in '44 / V. Partlow (E. Robinson) -- No more blues (Josh White) -- Lay that ballot down (parts 1 & 2) / B. Oliver (Bill Oliver) -- The fertilizer song / R. Glazer ; Bill Wolfe ; V. Partlow (V. Partlow) -- Talking F.T.A. ; Kiss the boys goodbye ; Round and round the canneries ; My name is Cannery Bill / V. Partlow (V. Partlow) -- The bosses' gang (Mara Alexander & others) -- Bye, bye bosses (M. Alexander) -- The new walls of Jericho (Wallace fit the battle of America) / E.Y. Harburg (Richard Huey & chorus) -- Henry Wallace is the man (Royal Harmonaires) -- A corrido to Wallace and Taylor ; Second corrido to Wallace and Taylor / A. Alvarez (Abigail Alvarez) -- The battle hymn of '48 / Bryant M. French (Paul Robeson) -- The same old merry-go-round / R. Glazer ; Bill Wolfe (Michael Loring) -- I've got a ballot / E.Y. Harburg ; Alan Lomax (M. Loring) -- Great day (M. Loring) -- Wallace button ; Goodbye, Harry / G. Levine (George Levine) -- Henry Wallace / S. Cunningham (Sis Cunningham) -- We can win with Wallace / B. Oliver ; Connie Handlin (Bill Oliver) -- Work with Wallace / M. Reynolds (M. Reynolds) -- The century of the common man ; Wallace is the man for me / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Yankee Doodle, tell the boss (M. Loring & A. Lomax) -- Intro ; New York City / Huddie Ledbetter (Weavers) -- Marcantonio for me (Fred Hellerman) -- Skip to the polls / Jenny Wells (Weavers & Hope Foye) -- Marcantonio for mayor (Fred Hellerman) -- Now, right now (Laura Duncan) -- We shall not be moved / trad.(the Weavers) -- Oh, freedom / trad. (H. Foye & P. Seeger) -- Ben Davis / P. Seeger (Pete Seeger) -- M.T.A. / Bess Hawes ; Jacqueline Steiner (unidentified vocalist) -- The people's choice (unidentified) -- Keep a-goin' and a-growin' / A. Lomax (Fred Hellerman) -- An era closes, 1949-1953: The riddle of Thurman Towns (DeCormier & Bernardi & Booth) -- Grapes to pick / G. Gallant (Gerald Gallant) -- Medley: I don't want to get adjusted ; Stand up and be counted ; We will overcome ; The Progressive Party is here to stay / Hays ; Hellerman/Seeger ; Lomax/Horton ; Hamilton ; Carawan ; Seeger (Fred Hellerman) -- Pity the downtrodden landlord / Arnold Clayton ; B. Wolf (Bob Hill (F. Hellerman)) -- The hammer song / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (the Weavers) -- Banks of marble / Les Rice (the Weavers) -- Spring song / E. Robinson ; Harold Schachter (Ernie Lieberman and H. Foye) -- Songs [i.e. Song] of my hands / B. Asbel (E. Lieberman) -- My old man / Jean Boudin ; Paul Kent (E. Lieberman) -- I'm on my way / trad. (E. Lieberman) -- In contempt / Kramer ; Sanders (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Die gedanken sind frei / Kevess ; DeCormier (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Walk along together / Hays ; Bernstein (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Put my name down Baldwin Hawes ; Bess Hawes (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Hold on / trad. (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel / trad. (Osborne Smith) -- I've got a right / Allan ; Sacher (Laura Duncan) -- We shall overcome / Horton ; hamilton ; Carawan ; Seeger (Jewish Young Folksingers) -- Talking un-American blues / Irwin Silber ; B. Sanders (Betty Sanders) -- Old Bolshevik song ; The cloakmaker's union ; Land of The daily worker (Joe Glazer ; Bill Friedland) -- Our line's been changed again / Alton Levy (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- In Old Moscow / Walter Cliff (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- Unite for unity / J. Glazer (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- Bill Bailey (The ultimate sectarian) (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- The last Internationale / J. Glazer (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- The giveaway boys in Washington / J. Glazer (J. Glazer) -- Joe McCarthy's band (J. Glazer) -- I've got to know ; This land is your land / W. Guthrie (W. Guthrie)
Control code
36050129
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
10 sound discs
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not applicable
Media category
audio
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • s
Other control number
4000127157201
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digital
Publisher number
BCD 15 720 JL
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digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
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(OCoLC)36050129
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Label
Songs for political action, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Political songs and a book containing lyrics, program notes, bibliography, and discographies, by Ronald D. Cohen and Dave Samuelson
  • Compact discs; in box (32 cm.)
Accompanying material
1 book (212 pages : illustrations ; 31 cm)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (page 204) and discographies
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unknown
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audio disc
Carrier category code
  • sd
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rdacarrier
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performed music
Content type code
  • prm
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Risselty rosselty
  • Babe o' mine
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • Blow ye winds, heigh ho
  • Haul away, Joe
  • Blow the man down
  • The Golden Vanity
  • Away, Rio
  • The coast of High Barbary
  • Greenland fishing
  • The dodger song
  • (Charles & Ruth Crawford Seeger)
  • Ground hog
  • State of Arkansas
  • Hard, ain't it hard
  • I ride an old paint
  • House of the rising sun
  • The weaver's song
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • Disc four,
  • Fighting the fascists, 1942-1944.
  • Dear Mr. President
  • Old grey mare
  • Belt line girl
  • Round, round Hitler's grave
  • Side by side
  • Deliver the goods
  • Reuben James
  • Boomtown Bill
  • Keep that oil a-rollin'
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • I'm looking for a home (Housing song)
  • Amsterdam maid
  • (Ruth Crawford Seeger)
  • Song of the free
  • In Washington
  • Overtime pay
  • (Priority Ramblers)
  • Quinte brigada
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Baldwin Hawes, Bess Lomax)
  • Jarama Valley
  • (Glazer, Hawes, Lomax)
  • Spanish marching song
  • Cook house
  • Hands
  • The young man from Alcala
  • Quinte regimento
  • Quarter master song (Seeger, Glazer, Hawes, Lomax)
  • Little man on a fence
  • (Josh White & the Boys (Union Boys))
  • Jim Crow
  • You better get ready
  • Hold the fort
  • We shall not be moved
  • U.A.W.-C.I.O.
  • (Charles Seeger)
  • Hold on
  • (Union Boys)
  • Solidarity forever
  • (Burl Ives & the Boys (Union Boys))
  • A dollar ain't a dollar anymore
  • (the Union Boys)
  • Disc five,
  • World War II and the folk revival.
  • Horace Greeley
  • Kevin Barry
  • Ragged hungry blues (part 1)
  • The house I live in
  • A man's a man for a' that
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • The frozen logger
  • Jefferson and liberty
  • Sweet Betsy from Pike
  • Dirty miner
  • Grand Coulee Dam
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • Free and equal blues (parts 1 & 2)
  • Ragged hungry blues (part 2)
  • (Earl Robinson & Dooley Wilson)
  • The century of the common man
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • I'm a native American Nazi
  • Join the U.A.W.-C.I.O.
  • Keeping score for '44
  • The U.A.W. train
  • Susan's in the union
  • The rollback blues
  • Mama don't allow
  • (Aunt Molly Jackson)
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • Farmer-labor train
  • So long, it's been good to know you
  • Talking sailor
  • Sally, don't you grieve
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • Citizen C.I.O.
  • (Tom Glazer & Josh White)
  • No more blues
  • (Josh White)
  • I'm going to organize, baby mine
  • We've got a plan
  • Social worker's talking blues
  • I'm gonna put my name down
  • (Tom Glazer)
  • Freedom road
  • (Josh White)
  • Disc one,
  • (Sara Ogan Gunning)
  • I don't want your millions, mister
  • (Tillman Cadle)
  • Raggedy, raggedy
  • No more mourning
  • Join the union tonight
  • We're going to roll the union on
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • (John Handcox)
  • Farmer's letter to the President
  • The leftist roots of folk revival.
  • Farm relief blues
  • 11 cent cotton, 40 cent meat
  • The hootenanny song
  • Bank failures
  • The rich man and the poor man
  • The poor forgotten man
  • (Bob Miller)
  • The soup song
  • The Internationale
  • Rise up (Comintern)
  • The boll weevil
  • United front
  • Forward, we've not forgotten
  • In praise of learning
  • (New Singers)
  • On the picket line
  • Hold the fort
  • Casey Jones
  • Sit down
  • Write me out my union card
  • We shall not be moved
  • (Carl Sandburg)
  • Join the union
  • Solidarity forever
  • (Manhattan Chorus)
  • Disc two,
  • Theatre and cabaret performers, 1936-1941.
  • The strange funeral in Braddock
  • (Mordecai Baumann & Elie Siegmeister)
  • Abraham Lincoln (parts 1 & 2)
  • Joe Hill
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • Patriotic diggers
  • Spring song
  • (Paul Robeson)
  • The Old Chisholm Trail
  • (Tony Kraber)
  • Old paint (The horse with the union label)
  • Capitalistic boss (parts 1 & 2)
  • (Saul Aarons)
  • Little theatre on the right
  • Little theatre on the left
  • (Harrison Dowd)
  • (John Allison)
  • Nine foot shovel
  • Chain gang boun'
  • Trouble
  • Goin' home boys
  • Cryin' who? Cryin' you! (parts 1 & 2)
  • Told my captain
  • Jerry
  • Southern exposure
  • Uncle Sam says
  • Jim Crow train
  • London's bridge is falling down
  • Bad housing blues
  • Defense factory blues
  • (Josh White)
  • Disc three,
  • The Almanac Singers, March 1941-July 1941.
  • The strange death of John Doe
  • Billy boy
  • "C" for conscription
  • Washington breakdown
  • Lisa Jane
  • (Charles Seeger)
  • Ballad of October 16th
  • Plow under
  • Talking union
  • Union train
  • Which side are you on?
  • Get thee behind me, Satan
  • Union maid
  • All I want
  • Songs for bridges
  • (Almanac Singers)
  • (Josh White)
  • Elephant and the ass
  • Hungry rhapsody
  • Housing (Goodson & Vale)
  • Ballad of F.D.R.
  • Jim Crow
  • (People's Songs Chorus)
  • Mein shtetele belz
  • (the Berries)
  • Zhonkoye (the Berries & Pete Seeger)
  • Travelin'
  • When the country is broke
  • Black, brown & white blues
  • The death of Harry Simms
  • Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues
  • No Irish need apply
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • Unemployment compensation blues
  • (Boots (Mario Casetta))
  • The fireship
  • Johnny, I hardly knew you
  • (Betty Sanders)
  • Money in the pocket
  • The Peekskill story (incl. Hold the line), parts 1 & 2)
  • (the Weavers & Howard Fast)
  • Wasn't that a time
  • Dig my grave
  • Freight train blues
  • Love song blues
  • The hammer song
  • (the Weavers)
  • Disc nine,
  • Campaign songs, 1944-1949.
  • Our fight is yours
  • We're keeping score in '44
  • (Earl Robinson)
  • No more blues
  • (Josh White)
  • Lay that ballot down (parts 1 & 2)
  • (Bill Oliver)
  • The fertilizer song
  • Talking F.T.A.
  • Kiss the boys goodbye
  • Round and round the canneries
  • (Tom Glazer)
  • My name is Cannery Bill
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • The bosses' gang
  • (Mara Alexander & others)
  • Bye, bye bosses
  • (Mara Alexander)
  • The new walls of Jericho (Wallace fit the battle of America)
  • (Richard Huey & chorus)
  • Henry Wallace is the man
  • (Royal Harmonaires)
  • Moses Green
  • A corrido to Wallace and Taylor
  • Second corrido to Wallace and Taylor
  • (Abigail Alvarez)
  • The battle hymn of '48
  • (Paul Robeson)
  • The same old merry-go-round
  • I've got a ballot ;
  • Great day
  • (Michael Loring)
  • Wallace button
  • The Rankin tree
  • Goodbye, Harry
  • (George Levine)
  • Henry Wallace
  • (Sis Cunningham)
  • We can win with Wallace
  • (Bill Oliver)
  • Work with Wallace
  • (Malvina Reynolds)
  • The century of the common man
  • Wallace is the man for me
  • Talking Bilbo
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • Yankee Doodle, tell the boss
  • (Michael Loring & Alan Lomax) ;
  • Intro
  • New York City
  • (Weavers)
  • Marcantonio for me
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Skip to the polls
  • (Weavers & Hope Foye)
  • This old world
  • Marcantonio for mayor
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Now, right now
  • (Laura Duncan)
  • We shall not be moved
  • (the Weavers)
  • Oh, freedom
  • (Hope Foye & Pete Seeger)
  • Ben Davis
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • (Lee Hays)
  • M.T.A.
  • (unidentified vocalist)
  • The people's choice
  • (unidentified)
  • Keep a-goin' and a-growin'
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Disc ten,
  • An era closes, 1949-1953.
  • The riddle of Thurman Towns
  • (DeCormier & Bernardi & Booth)
  • Disc six,
  • No. 1 stooge
  • Grapes to pick
  • (Gerald Gallant) ;
  • Medley:
  • I don't want to get adjusted
  • Stand up and be counted
  • We will overcome
  • The Progressive Party is here to stay
  • (Fred Hellerman)
  • Pity the downtrodden landlord
  • (Bob Hill (Fred Hellerman))
  • (Bob Claiborne)
  • The hammer song
  • Banks of marble
  • (the Weavers)
  • Spring song
  • (Ernie Lieberman and Hope Foye) ;
  • Songs [i.e.
  • Song] of my hands
  • My old man
  • I'm on my way
  • (Ernie Lieberman)
  • Song of my hands
  • In contempt
  • Die gedanken sind frei
  • Walk along together
  • Put my name down
  • Hold on
  • (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders)
  • Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel
  • (Osborne Smith)
  • I've got a right
  • (Laura Duncan)
  • (Bernie Asbel)
  • We shall overcome
  • (Jewish Young Folksingers)
  • Talking un-American blues
  • (Betty Sanders)
  • Old Bolshevik song
  • The cloakmaker's union
  • Land of The daily worker
  • Our line's been changed again
  • In Old Moscow
  • Unite for unity
  • Mad as I can be
  • Bill Bailey
  • The last Internationale
  • (Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland)
  • The giveaway boys in Washington
  • Joe McCarthy's band
  • (Joe Glazer)
  • I've got to know
  • This land is your land
  • (Woody Guthrie)
  • (Bernie Asbel & Pete Seeger)
  • Jackie Robinson
  • (Lord Invader)
  • High price blues
  • Black, brown & white
  • The People's Songs era, 1945-1949.
  • (Brownie McGhee)
  • Nix on Mundt
  • Nixon
  • (Anna Beyer)
  • The daily worker's song
  • (George Levine )
  • Taft-Hartley blues
  • (unidentified vocalist)
  • Parnell Thomas blues
  • (Sis Cunningham)
  • Landlord
  • Turn me loose
  • (Malvina Reynolds & Bill Oliver)
  • Snowball
  • Swingin' on a scab
  • (the Berries)
  • On to Sacramento
  • (Mario Casetta)
  • Atomic talking blues
  • Newspapermen meet such interesting people
  • (Vern Partlow)
  • Johnny has gone for a soldier
  • Passing through
  • (Dick Blakeslee)
  • Disc seven,
  • Pete Seeger, 1946-1948.
  • Listen Mr. Bilbo
  • Joe Hill
  • (Pete Seeger, Butch Hawes, Lee Hays, Hally Wood, Lou Kleinman)
  • O.P.A shout
  • (Pete Seeger & Bob Claiborne)
  • Voting union
  • Beloved comrade
  • Get out to vote
  • A dollar ain't a dollar anymore
  • A dollar for P.A.C.
  • Oh, what Congress done to me
  • Four P.A.C. nursery rhymes
  • D.D.T.
  • Fare ye well, bad congressman
  • No, no, no discrimination
  • Voter, oh voter
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Butch Hays, Hally Wood) ;
  • The man who couldn't walk around
  • Intro
  • Commonwealth of toil
  • We've got our eyes on you
  • Talking union
  • The preacher and the slave
  • Which side are you on?
  • Solidarity forever
  • The whole wide world around
  • Hold the fort ;
  • conclusion
  • I'm the guy
  • (Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood, Ronnie Gilbert)
  • Talking P.A.C.
  • Conversation with a mule
  • The farmer is the man
  • Join the farmer's union
  • Talking atom
  • Newspapermen meet such interesting people
  • Skillet good and greasy
  • T for Texas
  • Cumberland Mountain bear chase
  • Little man sitting on a fence
  • (Pete Seeger)
  • Disc eight,
  • Charter Records, 1946-1949.
  • Walk in peace (part 1)
  • Walk in peace (part 2)
  • Atomic energy
  • Old lady with a rolling pin
  • (Sir Lancelot)
  • Red boogie
  • Unity rhumba
  • The leftist roots of folk revival: The boll weevil / trad. (Carl Sandburg) -- Patriotic diggers / Samuel Woodward (John Allison) -- London's bridge is falling down (Charles Seeger) -- Risselty rosselty (Charles & Ruth Crawford Seeger) -- Old grey mare (Ruth Crawford Seeger) -- Hands / trad. (Charles Seeger) -- Ragged hungry blues (part 1) ; Ragged hungry blues (part 2) / M. Jackson (Aunt Molly Jackson) -- I'm going to organize, baby mine / Sara Ogan Gunning (S. O. Gunning) -- I don't want your millions, mister / Jim Garland (Tillman Cadle) -- Raggedy, raggedy ; No more mourning ; Join the union tonight ; We're going to roll the union on ; There is mean things happening in this land / J. Handcox (John Handcox) -- Farmer's letter to the President (Bob Ferguson, aka Bob Miller) -- Farm relief blues / B. Miller (B. MIller) -- 11 cent cotton, 40 cent meat / B. Miller ; Emma Dermer (Bob's Boys) -- The hootenanny song (Miller's Bullfrog Entertainers) ; Bank failures (B. Ferguson & his Scalawaggers) ; The rich man and the poor man (B. Miller) ; The poor forgotten man / B. Miller (Bill Palmer, aka Bob Miller) -- The soup song / Maurice Sugar (The New Singers) -- The Internationale / Pierre Degeyter (The New Singers) -- Rise up (Comintern) / V.J. Jerome (The New Singers) -- United front ; Forward, we've not forgotten ; In praise of learning / Hanns Eisler; Berholt Brecht (New Singers) -- On the picket line ; Hold the fort / trad. (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Casey Jones / Joe Hill (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Sit down / M. Sugar ( The Manhattan Chorus) -- Write me out my union card ; We shall not be moved ; Join the union / trad. (The Manhattan Chorus) -- Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin (Manhattan Chorus) -- Theatre and cabaret performers, 1936-1941: The strange funeral in (at) Braddock / Michael Gold ; E. Siegmeister (Mordecai Bauman & Elie Siegmeister) -- Abraham Lincoln (parts 1 & 2) ; Joe Hill / E. Robinson ; Alfred Hayes (Earl Robinson) -- Spring song / E. Robinson ; Harold Schachter (Paul Robeson) -- The Old Chisholm Trail / trad. (Tony Kraber) -- Old paint (The horse with the union label) ; Capitalistic boss (parts 1 & 2) / S. Aarons ; Mike Stratton (Saul Aarons) -- Little theatre on the right ; Little theatre on the left / H. Dowd (Harrison Dowd) -- Nine foot shovel ; Chain gang boun' ; Trouble ; Goin' home boys ; Cryin' who? Cryin' you! (parts 1 & 2) ; Told my captain ; Jerry (Josh White) -- Southern exposure ; Uncle Sam says ; Jim Crow train ; Bad housing blues ; Defense factory blues / J. White ; Waring Cuney (Josh White) --
  • The Almanac Singers, March 1941-July 1941: The strange death of John Doe / Millard Lampell ; Lee Hays ; Pete Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Billy boy / M. Lampell (Almanac Singers) -- "C" for conscription / P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Washington breakdown / M. Lampell ; L. Hayes ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Lisa Jane / M. Lampell ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Ballad of October 16th / M. Lampell (Almanac Singers) -- Plow under / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Talking union / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Union train / L. Hays (Almanac Singers) -- Which side are you on? / Florence Reece (Almanac Singers) -- Get thee behind me, Satan / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Union maid / M. Lampell ; Woody Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- All I want / Jim Garland (Almanac Singers) -- Songs for bridges / M. Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Babe o' mine / S.O. Gunning (W. Guthrie) -- Blow ye winds, heigh ho ; Haul away, Joe ; Blow the man down ; The Golden Vanity ; Away, Rio ; The coast of High Barbary ; Greenland fishing ; The dodger song ; Ground hog ; State of Arkansas / trad. (Almanac Singers) -- Hard, ain't it hard / W. Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- I ride an old paint ; House of the rising sun ; The weaver's song / trad. (Almanac Singers) -- Fighting the fascists, 1942-1944: Dear Mr. President / P. Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Belt line girl / Sis Cunningham, aka Agnes Friesen (Almanac Singers) -- Round, round Hitler's grave / Guthrie ; Lampell ; Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Side by side / Arthur Stern (Almanac Singers) -- Deliver the goods / P. Seeger ; Bess Hawes (Almanac Singers) -- Reuben James / Guthrie ; Lampell ; Seeger (Almanac Singers) -- Boomtown Bill / W. Guthrie (Almanac Singers) -- Keep that oil a-rollin' / W. Guthrie ; Baldwin Hawes (Almanac Singers) -- I'm looking for a home (Housing song) ; Amsterdam maid ; Song of the free (Priority Ramblers) -- In Washington / Alan Lomax (Priority Ramblers) -- Overtime pay (Priority Ramblers) -- Quinte brigada (P. Seeger, Tom Glazer, B. Hawes, & Bess Lomax) ; Jarama Valley (Glazer, Hawes, & Lomax) -- Spanish marching song ; Cook house ; The young man from Alcala ; Quinte regimento ; Quarter master song / trad. (Seeger, Glazer, Hawes, & Lomax) -- Little man on a fence / Eleanor Young (Josh White & the Boys, aka The Union Boys) -- Jim Crow / Lee Hays ; P. Seeger (The Union Boys) -- You better get ready (The Union Boys) -- Hold the fort ; We shall not be moved / trad. (The Union Boys) -- U.A.W.-C.I.O. / B. Hawes (The Union Boys) -- Hold on / trad. (The Union Boys) -- Solidarity forever / Ralph Chaplin (Burl Ives & the Boys, aka The Union Boys) -- A dollar ain't a dollar anymore / T. Glazer (The Union Boys) --
  • World War II and the folk revival: Horace Greeley / Jack Shapiro ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- Kevin Barry / trad. (E. Robinson) -- The house I live in / Lewis Allan ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- A man's a man for a' that / Robert Burns ; E. Robinson (E. Robinson) -- Drill ye tarriers drill / trad. (E. Robinson) -- The frozen logger / James Stevens (E. Robinson) -- Jefferson and liberty ; Sweet Betsy from Pike ; Dirty miner / trad. (E. Robinson) -- Grand Coulee Dam / W. Guthrie (E. Robinson) -- Free and equal blues (parts 1 & 2) / E.Y. Harburg ; E. Robinson (Earl Robinson & Dooley Wilson) -- The century of the common man / Lancelot Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- I'm a native American Nazi ; Join the U.A.W.-C.I.O. ; Keeping score for '44 ; The U.A.W. train ; Susan's in the union ; The rollback blues ; Mama don't allow / V. Partlow (Vern Partlow) -- Farmer-labor train ; So long, it's been good to know you ; Talking sailor ; Sally, don't you grieve / W. Guthrie (W. Guthrie) -- Citizen C.I.O. (T. Glazer & J. White) -- No more blues (J. White) -- We've got a plan ; Social worker's talking blues (T. Glazer) -- I'm gonna put my name down / Baldwin Hawes ; Bess Hawes (T. Glazer) -- Freedom road / Langston Hughes ; Emerson Harper (J. White) -- The People's Songs era, 1945-1949: Landlord / Gene Raskin (J. White) -- Johnny has gone for a soldier / trad. (J. White) -- Beloved comrade / Fred Katz ; L. Allan (J. White) -- The man who couldn't walk around / Harry Rosenthal ; MacKinlay Kantor (J. White) -- I'm the guy ; Little man sitting on a fence / E. Young (J. White) -- When the country is broke (T. Glazer) -- Money in the pocket / Bob Russell ; Carl Sigman (T. Glazer) -- Our fight is yours (T. Glazer) -- Moses Green / L. Hays (L. Hays) -- The Rankin tree / L. Hays ; Walter Lowenfels (L. Hays) -- Talking Bilbo ; This old world / L. Hays (L. Hays) -- No. 1 stooge / B. Claiborne (Bob Claiborne) -- Song of my hands / B. Asbel (Bernie Asbel) -- Mad as I can be / B. Hawes (B. Asbel & P. Seeger) -- Jackie Robinson / Rupert Grant (Lord Invader) -- High price blues / McGhee (Brownie McGhee) -- Black, brown & white / Big Bill Bronnzy (B. McGhee) -- Nix on Mundt-Nixon / A. Beyer (Anna Beyer) -- The daily worker's song (George Levine ) -- Taft-Hartley blues / Norman Luboff (unidentified vocalist) -- Parnell Thomas blues / S. Cunningham (S. Cunningham) -- Turn me loose / M. Reynolds (Malvina Reynolds & Bill Oliver) -- Snowball / Morry Goodson ; Sonny Vale -- Swingin' on a scab / Shirley Gray (the Berries) -- On to Sacramento / M. Casetta (Mario Casetta) -- Atomic talking blues ; Newspapermen meet such interesting people / V. Partlow (Vern Partlow) -- Passing through / D. Blakeslee (Dick Blakeslee) --
  • Pete Seeger, 1946-1948: Listen Mr. Bilbo / B. Claiborne ; Adrienne Claiborne (P. Seeger, B. Hayes, L. Hays, Hally Woods, Lou Kleinman) -- Joe Hill / A. Hayes (P. Seeger, Butch Hawes, L. Hays, H. Wood, L. Kleinman) -- O.P.A shout / Hy Zaret (P. Seeger & B. Claiborne) -- Voting union ; Get out to vote (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- A dollar ain't a dollar anymore / T. Glazer (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- A dollar for P.A.C. ; Oh, what Congress done to me ; Four P.A.C. nursery rhymes: Jack and Jill ; Jack Sprat ; Ding dong bell ; Jack be nimble (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- D.D.T. / L. Hays ; W. Lowenfels (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Fare ye well, bad congressman ; No, no, no discrimination (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Voter, oh voter / Lou Relin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, L. Hays, H. Woods) -- Intro ; Commonwealth of toil / R. Chaplin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- We've got our eyes on you / Bernie Asbel ; A. Claiborne (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Talking union / Millard Lampell ; L. Hays ; P. Seeger (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- The preacher and the slave / J. Hill (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Which side are you on? / F. Reece ; E. Young (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Solidarity forever / R. Chaplin (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- The whole wide world around (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Hold the fort ; conclusion / trad. (P. Seeger, T. Glazer, H. Wood, R. Gilbert) -- Talking P.A.C. / P. Seeger (P. Seeger) -- Conversation with a mule / B. Miller (P. Seeger) -- The farmer is the man ; Join the farmer's union / trad (P. Seeger) -- Talking atom ; Newspapermen meet such interesting people / V. Partlow (P. Seeger) -- Skillet good and greasy / trad. / V. Partlow (P. Seeger) -- T for Texas / Jimmie Rodgers (P. Seeger) -- Cumberland Mountain bear chase / trad. (P. Seeger) -- Charter Records, 1946-1949: Walk in peace (part 1) / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Walk in peace (part 2) / L. Pinard ; Ray Glazer (Sir Lancelot) -- Atomic energy ; Old lady with a rolling pin / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Red boogie ; Unity rhumba ; Elephant and the ass ; Hungry rhapsody ; Housing / Morry Goodson ; Sonny Vale (Goodson & Vale) -- Ballad of F.D.R. (People's Songs Chorus) -- Jim Crow / P. Seeger ; L. Hays (People's Songs Chorus) -- Mein shtetele belz / trad. (the Berries) -- Zhonkoye (the Berries & P. Seeger) -- Travelin' (P. Seeger) -- Black, brown & white blues / Big B. Bronnzy (P. Seeger) -- The death of Harry Simms / Jim Garland (P. Seeger) -- Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues / trad. (P. Seeger) -- No Irish need apply / J.F. Poole (P. Seeger) -- Unemployment compensation blues / Les Pine (Boots (Mario Casetta)) -- The fireship ; Johnny, I hardly knew you / trad. (Betty Sanders) -- The Peekskill story (incl. Hold the line), parts 1 & 2) / M. Casetta/ Hays ; Seeger (the Weavers & Howard Fast) -- Wasn't that a time / L. Hays & the Weavers) -- Dig my grave ; Freight train blues / trad. (the Weavers) -- Love song blues / L. Hays (the Weavers) -- The hammer song / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (the Weavers) --
  • Campaign songs, 1944-1949: We're keeping score in '44 / V. Partlow (E. Robinson) -- No more blues (Josh White) -- Lay that ballot down (parts 1 & 2) / B. Oliver (Bill Oliver) -- The fertilizer song / R. Glazer ; Bill Wolfe ; V. Partlow (V. Partlow) -- Talking F.T.A. ; Kiss the boys goodbye ; Round and round the canneries ; My name is Cannery Bill / V. Partlow (V. Partlow) -- The bosses' gang (Mara Alexander & others) -- Bye, bye bosses (M. Alexander) -- The new walls of Jericho (Wallace fit the battle of America) / E.Y. Harburg (Richard Huey & chorus) -- Henry Wallace is the man (Royal Harmonaires) -- A corrido to Wallace and Taylor ; Second corrido to Wallace and Taylor / A. Alvarez (Abigail Alvarez) -- The battle hymn of '48 / Bryant M. French (Paul Robeson) -- The same old merry-go-round / R. Glazer ; Bill Wolfe (Michael Loring) -- I've got a ballot / E.Y. Harburg ; Alan Lomax (M. Loring) -- Great day (M. Loring) -- Wallace button ; Goodbye, Harry / G. Levine (George Levine) -- Henry Wallace / S. Cunningham (Sis Cunningham) -- We can win with Wallace / B. Oliver ; Connie Handlin (Bill Oliver) -- Work with Wallace / M. Reynolds (M. Reynolds) -- The century of the common man ; Wallace is the man for me / L. Pinard (Sir Lancelot) -- Yankee Doodle, tell the boss (M. Loring & A. Lomax) -- Intro ; New York City / Huddie Ledbetter (Weavers) -- Marcantonio for me (Fred Hellerman) -- Skip to the polls / Jenny Wells (Weavers & Hope Foye) -- Marcantonio for mayor (Fred Hellerman) -- Now, right now (Laura Duncan) -- We shall not be moved / trad.(the Weavers) -- Oh, freedom / trad. (H. Foye & P. Seeger) -- Ben Davis / P. Seeger (Pete Seeger) -- M.T.A. / Bess Hawes ; Jacqueline Steiner (unidentified vocalist) -- The people's choice (unidentified) -- Keep a-goin' and a-growin' / A. Lomax (Fred Hellerman) -- An era closes, 1949-1953: The riddle of Thurman Towns (DeCormier & Bernardi & Booth) -- Grapes to pick / G. Gallant (Gerald Gallant) -- Medley: I don't want to get adjusted ; Stand up and be counted ; We will overcome ; The Progressive Party is here to stay / Hays ; Hellerman/Seeger ; Lomax/Horton ; Hamilton ; Carawan ; Seeger (Fred Hellerman) -- Pity the downtrodden landlord / Arnold Clayton ; B. Wolf (Bob Hill (F. Hellerman)) -- The hammer song / L. Hays ; P. Seeger (the Weavers) -- Banks of marble / Les Rice (the Weavers) -- Spring song / E. Robinson ; Harold Schachter (Ernie Lieberman and H. Foye) -- Songs [i.e. Song] of my hands / B. Asbel (E. Lieberman) -- My old man / Jean Boudin ; Paul Kent (E. Lieberman) -- I'm on my way / trad. (E. Lieberman) -- In contempt / Kramer ; Sanders (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Die gedanken sind frei / Kevess ; DeCormier (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Walk along together / Hays ; Bernstein (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Put my name down Baldwin Hawes ; Bess Hawes (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Hold on / trad. (Lieberman & Duncan & Smith & Sanders) -- Didn't my Lord deliver Daniel / trad. (Osborne Smith) -- I've got a right / Allan ; Sacher (Laura Duncan) -- We shall overcome / Horton ; hamilton ; Carawan ; Seeger (Jewish Young Folksingers) -- Talking un-American blues / Irwin Silber ; B. Sanders (Betty Sanders) -- Old Bolshevik song ; The cloakmaker's union ; Land of The daily worker (Joe Glazer ; Bill Friedland) -- Our line's been changed again / Alton Levy (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- In Old Moscow / Walter Cliff (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- Unite for unity / J. Glazer (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- Bill Bailey (The ultimate sectarian) (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- The last Internationale / J. Glazer (J. Glazer ; B. Friedland) -- The giveaway boys in Washington / J. Glazer (J. Glazer) -- Joe McCarthy's band (J. Glazer) -- I've got to know ; This land is your land / W. Guthrie (W. Guthrie)
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36050129
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4 3/4 in. +
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4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
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10 sound discs
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4000127157201
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digital
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BCD 15 720 JL
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1.4m. per second (discs)
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