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  1. Dust Bowl Ballads by Woody Guthrie (Vinyl, Sep, Music on Vinyl) $ New. Woody Guthrie Worried Man Blues SEALED USA LP. $ $ shipping. Watch. The Legendary Woody Guthrie in Memoriam, Tradition Stereo Effect LP $ Music Album CDs Arlo Guthrie.
  2. Hugely influential, Dust Bowl Ballads has been revered by Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, and Bruce Springsteen. In Hard Hitting Songs for Hard-Hit People, Steinbeck wrote of Guthrie: "Harsh voiced and nasal, his guitar hanging like a tire iron on a rusty rim, there is nothing sweet about Woody, and there is nothing sweet about the songs he sings. But.
  3. 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.
  4. Dust Bowl Ballads is an album by American folk singer Woody Guthrie. It was released by Victor Records, in All the songs on the album deal with the Dust Bowl and its effects on the country and its people. It is considered to be the first or one of the very first concept albums. It was Guthrie's first commercial recording and the most successful album of his career.
  5. Recorded in , and later reissued by Folkways Recordings in , Guthrie’s first album chronicles the American Dust Bowl through his prosaic style of talking blues. Using only guitar and vocals, the album follows the exodus of Midwesterners headed for California and mirrors both Guthrie’s own life .
  6. Dust Pneumonia Blues This song is by Woody Guthrie and appears on the album Dust Bowl Ballads () and on the album Library Of Congress Recordings (). I got that dust pneumony, pneumony in my lung I got the dust pneumony, pneumony in my lung An' I'm a-gonna sing this dust .
  7. Editors’ Notes The stories that Woody Guthrie tells of surviving the Dust Bowl on his first album feel as relevant today as they did in His compellingly real, almost journalistic accounts of violence on the bluegrass stomper "Vigilante Man" and desperation on the weighty "Dust Pneumonia Blues" bring the horrors of that turbulent era to life.
  8. Listening to Woody Guthrie's Dust Bowl Ballads is something akin to an American History lesson. On the other hand, it's also something like looking into a mirror to see our own times. While, mercifully, we are not experiencing a dust bowl disaster, we seem to be sharing many of the same social difficulties/5(81).

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