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. (Eds.) (p1996) Songs for political actionHambergen, Germany : Bear Family Records,MLA Citation
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Songs for political action [sound recording].
Disc six, The People's Songs era, 1945-1949. Landlord ; Johnny has gone for a soldier ; Beloved comrade ; The man who couldn't walk around ; I'm the guy ; Little man sitting on a fence (Josh White) ; When the country is broke ; Money in the pocket ; Our fight is yours (Tom Glazer) ; Moses Green ; The Rankin tree ; Talking Bilbo ; This old world (Lee Hays) ; No. 1 stooge (Bob Claiborne) ; Song of my hands (Bernie Asbel) ; Mad as I can be (Bernie Asbel & Pete Seeger) ; Jackie Robinson (Lord Invader) ; High price blues ; Black, brown & white (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) ; 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) ; 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 ; 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) ; 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 (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 (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 ; 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' ; 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) ; 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. 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 ; 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) ; 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 ; 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 (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) ; 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) ; 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) ; 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)) ; 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) ; 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) ; 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 ; 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).