Podcast: Woody Guthrie, pt. 1
Episode #16-20 | airing 5-18-16

Except perhaps for Bob Dylan no one individual has influenced more folk music performers than Woody Guthrie. And it can be argued that there would be no Bob Dylan had it not been for Woody. The next two weeks we’ll listen to Woody’s music from a variety of sources. Including interpretations of many of Woody’s songs, songs written in his honor and songs newly composed from the hundreds of lyrics he left behind.

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Artist / “Title” / CD / Label

Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer” / Songs Of Hope And Struggle /
        Smithsonian-Folkways

The Weavers / “Woody’s Rag-900 Miles” / The Greatest Songs of
        Woody Guthrie Vol 1 / Vanguard
The Almanac Singers / “Hard Ain’t it Hard” / Songs of Protest
        / Prism Leisure
Woody Guthrie / “Billy the Kid” / Classic American Ballads /
        Smithsonian Folkways
Woody Guthrie / “Talking Sailor” / My Dusty Road / Rounder
Woody Guthrie / “This Land is Your Land” / This Land is Your
        Land / Smithsonian Folkways

Bob Dylan / “Song to Woody” / Bob Dylan / Columbia
Tim O’Brien / “Go Down to the River” / Pompadour / Howdy Skies
The Burns Sisters / “The Hills of Ithaca” / The Hills of
        Ithaca / Sisters Music
John McCutcheon / “Harness Up the Day” / This Land: Woody
        Guthrie’s America / Appalsongs
Michelle Shocked / “Woody’s Rag” / Arkansas Traveler / Mercury

Cisco Houston / “Pastures of Plenty” / Sings the Songs of
        Woody Guthrie / Vanguard
Ramblin’ Jack Elliot / “New York Town” / The Prestige Folklore
        Years Vol 1 / Prestige Folklore
The Kossoy Sisters / “Belle Starr” / Hop On Pretty Girls /
        Living Folk

Ry Cooder / “Vigilante Man” / Into the Purple Valley / Reprise

Arlo Guthrie / “Hobo’s Lullaby” / Hobo’s Lullaby / Rising Son
Pete Seeger / “If I Had a Hammer (excerpt)” / Songs of Hope and Struggle /
        Smithsonian Folkways

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