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Whip - Some Awful men/Woody Guthric FLAC album


Performer: Whip
Genre: Other
Title: Some Awful men/Woody Guthric
FLAC version ZIP size: 1322 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1550 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1174 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 865
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Sample of Woody Guthrie's song, "This Land is Your Land". There he met the folksinger Pete Seeger, and the two men became good friends. Seeger accompanied Guthrie back to Texas to meet other members of the Guthrie family From April 1940 Guthrie and Seeger lived together in the Greenwich Village loft of sculptor Harold Ambellan and his fiancee. The Klezmatics also released Wonder Wheel – Lyrics by Woody Guthrie, an album of spiritual lyrics put to music composed by the band Tributes.

Two Good Men. Woody Guthrie. Produced by Moses Asch. Album Ballads of Sacco & Vanzetti. Say, there, did you hear the news? Sacco worked at trimming shoes; Vanzetti was a peddling man Pushed his fish cart with his hands. Two good men a long time gone Two good men a long time gone Sacco and Vanzetti are gone Left me here to sing this song. Sacco was born across the sea Somewhere over in Italy; Vanzetti was born of parents fine Drank the best Italian wine

Judge Thayer told his friends around He would cut the radicals down; Anarchist bastards was the name Judge Thayer called these two good men. I'll tell you the prosecutors' names, Katsman, Adams, Williams, Kane; The judge and lawyers strutted down, They done more tricks than circus clowns. Vanzetti docked here in 1908; He slept along the dirty streets, He told the workers "Organize" And on the electric chair he dies. All you people ought to be like me, And work like Sacco and Vanzetti; And every day find some ways to fight On the union side for workers' rights

Judge Thayer told his friends around He would cut the radicals down; Anarchist bastards was the name Judge Thayer called these two good men. All you people ought to be like me, And work like Sacco and Vanzetti; And every day find some ways to fight On the union side for workers' rights

Some Awful Men. from Timesbold by Timesbold.

Woody has a few different publishers, just look at the bottom of each lyric and you'll see who to contact. If you have questions, please feel free to contact Anna Canoni at: acanoni(at)woodyguthrie. Judge Thayer told his friends around He would cut the radicals down; Anarchist bastards was the name Judge Thayer called these two good men. Vanzetti docked here in 1908; He slept along the dirty streets, He told the workers Organize And on the electric chair he dies. All you people ought to be like me, And work like Sacco and Vanzetti; And every day find some ways to fight On the union side for workers' rights

I found this album to be far better than expected, some of the tracks with flute are reminiscent of early Jethro Tull, while others bring Velvett Fogg to mind. A gloomy atmosphere pervades the album, even on the blues tracks. Surprisingly,very good progressive gem! They were from Nottingham. The tracks has very inspirative arrangements which are fast and furious for some parts. The songs fusing elements of psychedelia,blues,jazz and prog rock. I'm so surprised with their sound imagination and ability. The band:Mike Wheat-bass,John Sanderson-tenor sax,flute,violin,Rick Kenton-guitar,keyboards.