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A Tribute to Woody Guthrie - Various (1976)
Warner Brothers
1. This Train is Bound For Glory - Arlo Guthrie
2. Will Geer Narration
3. Oklahoma Hills - Arlo Guthrie
4. Robert Ryan Narration
5. Rambling Round Your City (Ramblin' Round) - Odetta
6. I Ain't Got No Home - Bob Dylan
7. Do Re Mi - Arlo Guthrie
8. Curly Headed Baby - Pete Seeger
9. Dear Mrs. Roosevelt - Bob Dylan
10. Robert Ryan Narration
11. Pastures of Plenty - Tom Paxton
12. Grand Coulee Dam - Bob Dylan
13. Roll On Columbia - Judy Collins / Robert Ryan Narration
14. Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done (Great Historical Bum) - Tom Paxton
15. Jackhammer John - Richie Havens & Pete Seeger
16. Hobo's Lullaby - Joan Baez
17. Peter Fonda Narration
18. Woman At Home - Country Joe McDonald
19. Will Geer Narration
20. Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos) - Judy Collins
21. Mail Myself to You - Earl Robinson
22. Howdido - Ramblin' Jack Elliott
23. Jesus Christ - Arlo Guthrie
24. 1913 Massacre - Ramblin' Jack Elliott
25. Union Maid - Judy Collins & Pete Seeger
26. Robert Ryan, Will Geer, and Judy Collins Narration
27. This Land Is Your Land - Odetta, Arlo Guthrie, & company / Will Geer Narration


Arlo Guthrie, Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Tom Paxton, Judy Collins, Richie Havens, Joan Baez, Country Joe McDonald, Will Geer, Robert Ryan, Peter Fonda, Earl Robinson, and Ramblin' Jack Elliott.

When Woody Guthrie died on October 3, 1967 after a 15 year battle with Huntington's Disease, a lot of people who had known him, worked with him, or just sung his songs felt a spontaneous desire to do something. Not a memorial--nothing about Woody suggested mourning. What was called for was more a celebration of Woody's work, the part of him that lives on. Available only through this catalog, these two live tribute concerts at Carnegie Hall (1968) and the Hollywood Bowl (1971) feature legendary performers singing the best of Woody's music.


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