Woody Guthrie: American balladeer

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Ward Hill Press, 1995 - Biography & Autobiography - 142 pages
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Describes Guthrie's creative life & provides important historical information, including the many tragedies suffered by his family & his friendly relationship with labor, members of the Communist Party, & other musicians.

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WOODY GUTHRIE: American Balladeer

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An illuminating, solidly documented portrait of this country's most influential white folk singer. Focusing on the people and events that shaped Guthrie's music and political consciousness, Yates ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Railroad Blues
19
Boom Town
27
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