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Original Folk: The Best Of Woody Guthrie

Woody Guthrie

Original Folk: The Best Of Woody Guthrie

Woody Guthrie

Original Folk: The Best Of Woody Guthrie

Release information

Release information

Label: Music Club Deluxe • Format: CD • Date: 25/08/2008 Cat#: MCDLX096 • Barcode: 5014797670969 • Genre: Rock Sub Genre: Folk Rock

Track Listing

  1. Hard Travellin’
  2. This Land Is Your Land
  3. House Of The Rising Sun
  4. Pretty Boy Floyd
  5. Hard, Ain’t It Hard
  6. John Henry
  7. Worried Man Blues
  8. Pastures Of Plenty
  9. So Long, It’s Been Good To Know You
  10. The Car Song
  11. Cumberland Gap
  12. Gypsy Davy
  13. Vigilante Man
  14. Jack Hammer Blues
  15. I Ride An Old Paint
  16. Do Re Mi
  17. Muleskinner Blues
  18. Going Down The Road Feeling Bad
  19. Sourwood Mountain
  20. Dust Pneumonia Blues
  21. Billy The Kid
  22. Tom Joad
  23. Chain Gang Special
  24. Ain’t Gonna Be Treated This Way
  25. Two Good Men
  1. Philadelphia Lawyer
  2. Columbus Stockade Blues
  3. Buffalo Gals
  4. The Biggest Thing That Man Ever Had
  5. Blowing Down That Old Dusty Road
  6. Slipknot
  7. A Picture From Life’s Other Side
  8. Jesse James
  9. Talking Dust Bowl Blues
  10. Bury Me Beneath The Willow
  11. Jesus Christ
  12. New York Town
  13. Hobo’s Lullaby
  14. The Great Dust Storm
  15. Stack-O-Lee
  16. Better World ‘A-Comin’
  17. Wreck Of the Old ‘97
  18. More Pretty Girls Than One
  19. Ship In The Sky
  20. Lindbergh
  21. Railroad Blues
  22. Buffalo Girls
  23. Sinking Of The Reuben James
  24. Hobo’s Lullaby
  25. Talking Columbia
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About this release

Acknowledged as the most important American Folk music artist of the first half of the 20th Century simply because of the influence he had on the second half, Woody Guthrie was a great songwriter who used existing folk melodies to soundtrack his highly original songs. Over the years he’s been championed and covered by numerous names including Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison, Billy Bragg, Wilco, the Waterboys, the Byrds, Donovan and Bob Dylan.