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Woody Guthrie - Dust Bowl Ballads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Woody Guthrie - Dust Bowl Ballads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Daijinn
    Buy Dust Bowl Ballads [ Gram Vinyl] (LP) by Woody Guthrie (LP $). Amoeba Music. Ships Free in the U.S.
  2. Mogrel
    Dust Bowl Ballads: Volume 2, an Album by Woody Guthrie. Released in July on Victor (catalog no. P 28; Shellac 10"). Genres: American Folk Music, Singer/Songwriter, Contemporary Folk. Featured peformers: Woody Guthrie (vocals, guitar, harmonica, songwriter).
  3. Faushura
    Dust Bowl Ballads is an album by Woody Guthrie, recorded for Victor Records during Guthrie's time in New York City in It was Guthrie's first commercial recording and the most successful album he made. It is considered to be the first or one of the very first concept albums. Features: g Virgin Vinyl Import Selections: 1.
  4. Kigall
    Guthrie Woody - Dust Bowl Ballads: Tracklist (Vinyl) A1: Talkin' Dust Bowl Blues: A2: I'm Blowing Down: A3: Do Re Mi: A4: Dust Can't Kill Me: Tom Joad: B1: The Great Dust Strom: B2: Dusty Old Dust See more tracks.
  5. Mikamuro
    The most widely recognized recordings of folk legend Woody Guthrie are his Dust Bowl Ballads. They have been handed down to us in a variety of compilations over the years, often with tracks (such as the fantastic "Pretty Boy Floyd") that were not part of the original sets.
  6. Tojalkis
    The Original Dust Bowl Ballads And Ot was released by Victor Recordsin It is considered to be the first or one of the very first concept albums. Dust Bowl Ballads was originally released as eleven songs on two simultaneously released three-disc set albums of 78 rpm records entitled Dust Bowl Ballads, Vol.
  7. Mujar
    Jun 20,  · referencing Dust Bowl Ballads, LP, Album, RE, FH I have the original press with a printed black and white back with a photo, and liner notes. Then I have what most Folkways record sleeves look like with the standard sleeve/5().
  8. Zuramar
    The characters that inhabit his stories are sincere, sympathetic, and brutally alive. Originally released in on two albums, and again in for the benefit of salivating folk revivalists, Dust Bowl Ballads returns once again in freshly remastered, full of new photos and boasting one alternate take. If there is one album of modern American folk music that deserves to be reissued for the benefit of each /5(81).

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