Various - A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One album download
|A1||–Arlo Guthrie||This Train Is Bound For Glory|
|A3||–Arlo Guthrie||Oklahoma Hills|
|A5||–Odetta||Rambling Round Your City (Ramblin' Round)|
|A6||–Bob Dylan||I Ain't Got No Home|
|A7||–Judy Collins||So Long It's Been Good To Know Yuh|
|A8||–Arlo Guthrie||Do Re Mi|
|B1||–Pete Seeger||Curly Headed Baby|
|B2||–Richie Havens||Vigilante Man|
|B3||–Bob Dylan||Dear Mrs. Roosevelt|
|B5||–Tom Paxton||Pastures Of Plenty|
|B6||–Bob Dylan||The Grand Coulee Dam|
- Acoustic Guitar – John Pilla
- Bass – Bill Lee , Chris Ethridge, Raphael Grinage, Rick Danko
- Design – John Berg, Ron Coro
- Drums – Levon Helm, Stan Pratt
- Engineer – Lee Herschberg
- Executive-Producer – Lenny Waronker
- Fiddle – Gib Guilbeau
- Guitar – Robbie Robertson, Ry Cooder
- Mandolin – Ry Cooder
- Organ – Garth Hudson
- Photography By – David Gahr, Jim Marshall
- Piano – Richard Manuel
- Producer – Harold Leventhal, Millard Lampell
- Resonator Guitar – John Beland
- Written-By – Jack Guthrie (tracks: A3), Woody Guthrie (tracks: A1 to B6)
NotesHighlights from concerts at Carnegie Hall, 1968 and the Hollywood Bowl, 1970. Hollywood Bowl Concert recorded by Warner Bros. Records and promoted by Lou Robin and Allen Tinkley of Sight & Sound Productions. Original UK stereo pressing with plain orange labels, in gatefold sleeve.
|KC 31171||Various||A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One (LP, Album)||Columbia||KC 31171||US||1972|
|S 64861||Various||A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One (LP, Album, Comp, Gat)||CBS||S 64861||Netherlands||1972|
|KC 31171||Various||A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One (LP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||KC 31171||Canada||1972|
|W 66051||Various||A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One (LP, Album, Gat)||Warner Bros. Records||W 66051||Italy||1979|
|SBP234096||Various||A Tribute To Woody Guthrie Part One (LP, Album, Comp)||CBS||SBP234096||Australia||1972|
A Tribute to Woody Guthrie. CBS's Tribute to Woody Guthrie features loving interpretations of the folk singer's works from artists like Will Geer, Earl Robinson, and Robert Ryan. Judy Collins performs "Union Man," "Deportee," and "Roll on Columbia," while Bob Dylan interprets "I Ain't Got No Home" and "Dear Mrs. Roosevelt.
A Tribute To Woody Guthrie. Exclusive Prime pricing. A Tribute To Woody Guthrie. From the onset I'll come right out and tell you: Woody Guthrie is my hero, has been. Since I first heard Bob Dylan mention his name, Guthrie's music has been an inextricably vital a part of my life; when I heard him perform, pardon me, sing his heart out, which he would, even for the simplest of songs like "Take You Riding In My Car" to the highly emotionally charged "Deportee," I knew this man was bound for glory.
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Arlo Guthrie, Woody's son, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Country Joe McDonald, Odetta, Jack Eliot, Richie Havens, Judy Collins, Tom Paxton and the brightest star of them all, Bob Dylan, were all folksingers in their own way. Like Guthrie, they built their songs on the rich tradition of American folk music and Guthrie showed them how the manifold sounds of the American soil could be transformed into a personal voice . The concerts were originally released on two albums, A Tribute to Woody Guthrie, Part One (Columbia, 1972) and A Tribute to Woody Guthrie, Part Two (Warner Bros. It was a rare collaboration between Columbia and Warner.
CBS's Tribute to Woody Guthrie features loving interpretations of the folk singer's works from artists like Will Geer, Earl Robinson, and Robert Ryan. Release group by Various Artists. Records (1958–2019; WB logo, with or without records beneath or on banner across), BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.
NarrationRobert, Will, Judy.