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The Resource Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people., Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger

Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people., Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger

Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people.
Title
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people.
Statement of responsibility
Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Creator
Contributor
Arranger
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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1915-
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Lomax, Alan
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Form of composition
folk music
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  • 1912-1967
  • 1919-
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  • Guthrie, Woody
  • Seeger, Pete
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  • Folk-songs, American
  • Women's rights
  • Depressions
  • Songbooks
  • Labor and laboring classes
Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people., Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Unacc. melodies with chord symbols
Contents
  • Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat
  • Collector man blues
  • Insurance man blues
  • Depression blues
  • Unemployment stomp
  • No job blues
  • Fifteen miles from Birmingham
  • Down and out
  • No dough blues
  • One dime blues
  • Arkansas hard luck blues
  • All in and down and out blues
  • New stranger blues
  • Starvation blues
  • 66 highway blues
  • I ain't got no home in this world anymore
  • Hitch-hike blues
  • Wanderin'
  • The
  • old chain gang
  • Crossbone skully
  • These old Cumberland Mountain farms
  • Hard times in Cryderville Jail
  • You're bound to get lousy in the lousy old jail
  • Lord, it's all, almost done
  • The
  • boll weevil
  • The
  • farmer is the man
  • Down of Roberts' farm
  • Lynchburg town
  • tramp
  • Casey Jones
  • Beans, bacon and gravy
  • The
  • mysteries of a hobo's life
  • The
  • commwealth of toil
  • The
  • buffalo skinners
  • The
  • Midnight special
  • old Chisholm Trail
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • Skinnamalinkadoolium
  • John Brown's body
  • Johnnie Woncha ramble
  • Jesse James an his boys
  • Pretty boy Floyd
  • Matthew Kimes
  • When the maid comes to town
  • Longshoreman's strike
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • Cotton mill colic
  • Cotton mill blues
  • Hard times in the mill
  • No more shall I work in the factory
  • Winnsboro cotton mill blues
  • Weave room blues
  • Weaver's life
  • Silicosis is killin' me
  • It's hard times in these mines
  • Ruben
  • You kick and stomp and beat me
  • Take this hammer
  • Things about comin' my way
  • Pie in the sky
  • The
  • The
  • Kentucky miners' dreadful fate
  • The
  • east Ohio miners' strike
  • The
  • coal creek explosion
  • The
  • story of Sara Ogan
  • I am a girl of constant sorrow
  • I'm thinking tonight of an old southern town
  • The
  • Long, long ago
  • Win it
  • They tell us to wait
  • I hate the capitalist system
  • Come all you coal miners
  • That old feeling
  • Come on friends and let's go down
  • The
  • murder of Harry Simms
  • Welcome the traveler home
  • hard working miner
  • The
  • greenback dollar
  • Which side are you on?
  • Come all you hardy miners
  • Roll on buddy
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • I am a union woman
  • Kentucky miner's wife's hungry, ragged blues
  • I love coal miners, I do
  • Fare ye well old ely branch
  • The
  • chiseler's sorrow
  • 1928-1934
  • Don't take away my PWA
  • NRA blues
  • CWA blues
  • CCC blues
  • Ballad of the TVA
  • Working for the PWA
  • Welfare blues
  • The
  • Working on the project
  • WPA blues
  • You're on your last go 'round
  • I'm looking for that new deal now
  • The
  • dickman song
  • Waitin' on Roosevelt
  • I'm goin' down that road feeling bad
  • Blowin' down this road
  • The
  • striking miners
  • great dust storm
  • Dust can't kill me
  • Dust bowl blues
  • Dust bowl refugee
  • You Okies and Arkies
  • So long it's been good to know you
  • Talkin' dust bowl
  • If you ain't got the do re me
  • When you're down and out
  • Vigilante man
  • Chief Aderholt
  • Tom Joad
  • The
  • Fisher strike
  • Up in old loray
  • The
  • mill mother's lament
  • All around the jailhouse
  • Toiling on life's pilgrim pathway
  • There was a rich man and hi lived in Detroitium
  • Goody goody
  • Rock-a-bye-baby
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • No more mournin'
  • Ten little farmer men
  • Raggedy raggedy are we
  • The
  • planter and the sharecropper
  • Roll the union on
  • Bring me my robe and slippers, James
  • Down in the Henderson
  • It's me, O Lord
  • Song of the evicte tenant
  • Mister farmer
  • The
  • man Frank Weems
  • We ain't down yet
  • Song of the West Virginia miners
  • Powder mill jail blues
  • Little David blues
  • Oh, Mister Sloan
  • Davidson-Wilder blues
  • The
  • ballad of Barney Graham
  • Union train
  • Sit down
  • We're the guys
  • Collective bargaining in our shops
  • Knuts to Knudsen
  • On the picket line
  • There's something about a worker
  • Shirt factory blues
  • Got a union in the country
  • The
  • ballad of John Catchins
  • The
  • Marion massacre
  • The
  • Marion strike
  • Our children they were sickly
  • The
  • My children are seven in number
  • CIO is bigger than it used to be
  • O, the monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga
  • Goodbye Semaria
  • The
  • union fights the battle of freedom
  • We'll be wearing union buttons
  • The
  • boss is having a terrible time, parlez-vous
  • We pity our bosses five
  • It ain't gonna work no more
  • Bonny of the Union
  • Ma and Pa (a unionization plan)
  • Calls for an honest square dance
  • You guys got to organize
  • The
  • soup song
  • Down the street we hold our demonstration
  • Ballad of the Blue Bell jail
  • Write me out my union card
  • Roane county
  • Mama don't 'low no bush-wahs hangin' around
  • Hallulujah, I'm a Ku Klux
  • You low life son of a bitch
  • Bourgeois blues
  • How about you?
  • We shall no be moved
  • Ain't gonna study war no more
  • Wartime blues
  • Red Cross store
  • Tom Mooney is free
  • Union maid
  • Pity the shape I'm in
  • Capitol City cyclone
  • Mister Congressman
  • A
  • fool there was
  • Why do you stand there in the rain?
  • Better go down and jine the union
  • Harry Bridges
  • Scabs in the factory
  • Worried man blues
  • Ludlow massacre
  • Don't kill my baby and my son
  • Jesus Christ was a man
Control code
ocm00190819
Extent
368 p.
Lccn
66019058
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
(Sirsi) ABA-2340
Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people., Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Publication
Note
Unacc. melodies with chord symbols
Contents
  • Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat
  • Collector man blues
  • Insurance man blues
  • Depression blues
  • Unemployment stomp
  • No job blues
  • Fifteen miles from Birmingham
  • Down and out
  • No dough blues
  • One dime blues
  • Arkansas hard luck blues
  • All in and down and out blues
  • New stranger blues
  • Starvation blues
  • 66 highway blues
  • I ain't got no home in this world anymore
  • Hitch-hike blues
  • Wanderin'
  • The
  • old chain gang
  • Crossbone skully
  • These old Cumberland Mountain farms
  • Hard times in Cryderville Jail
  • You're bound to get lousy in the lousy old jail
  • Lord, it's all, almost done
  • The
  • boll weevil
  • The
  • farmer is the man
  • Down of Roberts' farm
  • Lynchburg town
  • tramp
  • Casey Jones
  • Beans, bacon and gravy
  • The
  • mysteries of a hobo's life
  • The
  • commwealth of toil
  • The
  • buffalo skinners
  • The
  • Midnight special
  • old Chisholm Trail
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • Skinnamalinkadoolium
  • John Brown's body
  • Johnnie Woncha ramble
  • Jesse James an his boys
  • Pretty boy Floyd
  • Matthew Kimes
  • When the maid comes to town
  • Longshoreman's strike
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • Cotton mill colic
  • Cotton mill blues
  • Hard times in the mill
  • No more shall I work in the factory
  • Winnsboro cotton mill blues
  • Weave room blues
  • Weaver's life
  • Silicosis is killin' me
  • It's hard times in these mines
  • Ruben
  • You kick and stomp and beat me
  • Take this hammer
  • Things about comin' my way
  • Pie in the sky
  • The
  • The
  • Kentucky miners' dreadful fate
  • The
  • east Ohio miners' strike
  • The
  • coal creek explosion
  • The
  • story of Sara Ogan
  • I am a girl of constant sorrow
  • I'm thinking tonight of an old southern town
  • The
  • Long, long ago
  • Win it
  • They tell us to wait
  • I hate the capitalist system
  • Come all you coal miners
  • That old feeling
  • Come on friends and let's go down
  • The
  • murder of Harry Simms
  • Welcome the traveler home
  • hard working miner
  • The
  • greenback dollar
  • Which side are you on?
  • Come all you hardy miners
  • Roll on buddy
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • I am a union woman
  • Kentucky miner's wife's hungry, ragged blues
  • I love coal miners, I do
  • Fare ye well old ely branch
  • The
  • chiseler's sorrow
  • 1928-1934
  • Don't take away my PWA
  • NRA blues
  • CWA blues
  • CCC blues
  • Ballad of the TVA
  • Working for the PWA
  • Welfare blues
  • The
  • Working on the project
  • WPA blues
  • You're on your last go 'round
  • I'm looking for that new deal now
  • The
  • dickman song
  • Waitin' on Roosevelt
  • I'm goin' down that road feeling bad
  • Blowin' down this road
  • The
  • striking miners
  • great dust storm
  • Dust can't kill me
  • Dust bowl blues
  • Dust bowl refugee
  • You Okies and Arkies
  • So long it's been good to know you
  • Talkin' dust bowl
  • If you ain't got the do re me
  • When you're down and out
  • Vigilante man
  • Chief Aderholt
  • Tom Joad
  • The
  • Fisher strike
  • Up in old loray
  • The
  • mill mother's lament
  • All around the jailhouse
  • Toiling on life's pilgrim pathway
  • There was a rich man and hi lived in Detroitium
  • Goody goody
  • Rock-a-bye-baby
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • No more mournin'
  • Ten little farmer men
  • Raggedy raggedy are we
  • The
  • planter and the sharecropper
  • Roll the union on
  • Bring me my robe and slippers, James
  • Down in the Henderson
  • It's me, O Lord
  • Song of the evicte tenant
  • Mister farmer
  • The
  • man Frank Weems
  • We ain't down yet
  • Song of the West Virginia miners
  • Powder mill jail blues
  • Little David blues
  • Oh, Mister Sloan
  • Davidson-Wilder blues
  • The
  • ballad of Barney Graham
  • Union train
  • Sit down
  • We're the guys
  • Collective bargaining in our shops
  • Knuts to Knudsen
  • On the picket line
  • There's something about a worker
  • Shirt factory blues
  • Got a union in the country
  • The
  • ballad of John Catchins
  • The
  • Marion massacre
  • The
  • Marion strike
  • Our children they were sickly
  • The
  • My children are seven in number
  • CIO is bigger than it used to be
  • O, the monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga
  • Goodbye Semaria
  • The
  • union fights the battle of freedom
  • We'll be wearing union buttons
  • The
  • boss is having a terrible time, parlez-vous
  • We pity our bosses five
  • It ain't gonna work no more
  • Bonny of the Union
  • Ma and Pa (a unionization plan)
  • Calls for an honest square dance
  • You guys got to organize
  • The
  • soup song
  • Down the street we hold our demonstration
  • Ballad of the Blue Bell jail
  • Write me out my union card
  • Roane county
  • Mama don't 'low no bush-wahs hangin' around
  • Hallulujah, I'm a Ku Klux
  • You low life son of a bitch
  • Bourgeois blues
  • How about you?
  • We shall no be moved
  • Ain't gonna study war no more
  • Wartime blues
  • Red Cross store
  • Tom Mooney is free
  • Union maid
  • Pity the shape I'm in
  • Capitol City cyclone
  • Mister Congressman
  • A
  • fool there was
  • Why do you stand there in the rain?
  • Better go down and jine the union
  • Harry Bridges
  • Scabs in the factory
  • Worried man blues
  • Ludlow massacre
  • Don't kill my baby and my son
  • Jesus Christ was a man
Control code
ocm00190819
Extent
368 p.
Lccn
66019058
Other physical details
illus.
System control number
(Sirsi) ABA-2340

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