Seeds of Man: An Experience Lived and Dreamed

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Dutton, 1976 - Folk singers - 401 pages
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User Review  - folkfan - LibraryThing

Mostly written in 1947-1948, with additional material written in 1953. A partly fictionalized account of a road trip Woody took in the 1930s at the age of 19, along with his father, uncle, and brother. Read full review

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User Review  - Mat - Goodreads

Great book. I liked this even more than Bound for Glory although I know that Woody worked on this book in fits and starts, keeping certain parts, revising others and interestingly enough, it is based ... Read full review

Contents

Editorial Note
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Drip Gas
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Detour 27
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Copyright

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Woody Guthrie (1912-1967) wrote more than a thousand folk songs, including many for children. Woody loved babies and he loved trains. His rail journeys across the country inspired some of his most famous songs, including "This Train is Bound for Glory" and "This Land is Your Land." His song "New Baby Train" was recently recorded for the first time by Kim Wilson on the CD, Daddy O Daddy.
Marla Frazee has created many acclaimed picture books, including the lullaby Hush, Little Baby, a Folk Song with Pictures. As a longtime fan of Woody Guthrie and American roots music, Frazee approached this project with a desire to capture Woody's spirit, playfulness, and era. She visited train museums, studied photographs of the Dust Bowl, and listened to a lot of Woody's music while working on this book. She works in a small cabin in the backyard of the house she shares with her husband and three sons in Pasadena, California.

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