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The Resource Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people : [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's], compiled by Alan Lomax ; notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie ; music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger

Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people : [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's], compiled by Alan Lomax ; notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie ; music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger

Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people : [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's]
Title
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people
Title remainder
[American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's]
Statement of responsibility
compiled by Alan Lomax ; notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie ; music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Contributor
Arranger
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
781.62
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
other
Literary text for sound recordings
not applicable
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1915-2002
  • 1912-1967
  • 1919-2014
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Lomax, Alan
  • Guthrie, Woody
  • Seeger, Pete
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  • Folk songs, English
  • Ballads, English
  • Folk music
  • Depressions
  • Working class
  • Ballads, English
  • Depressions
  • Folk music
  • Folk songs, English
  • Working class
  • United States
Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people : [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's], compiled by Alan Lomax ; notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie ; music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Unacc. melodies, with chord symbols
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • You're dead broke.
  • So you hollered for a New Deal.
  • The chiseler's sorrow
  • 1928-1934
  • Don't take away my PWA
  • NRA blues
  • CWA blues
  • CCC blues
  • Ballad of the TVA
  • Working for the PWA
  • Welfare blues
  • Collector man blues
  • Working on the project
  • WPA blues
  • You're on your last go 'round
  • I'm looking for that New Deal now
  • The dickman song
  • Waitin' on Roosevelt
  • The Okie section.
  • I'm goin' down that road feeling bad
  • Blowin' down this road
  • Dust storm disaster
  • Insurance man blues
  • Dust can't kill me
  • Dust Bowl blues
  • Dust Bowl refugee
  • You Okies and Arkies
  • So long, it's been good to know you
  • Takin' Dust Bowl
  • If you ain't got the do re mi
  • When you're down and out
  • Vigilante man
  • Tom Joad
  • Depression blues
  • Unemployment stomp
  • No job blues
  • Fifteen miles from Birmingham
  • Down and out
  • No dough blues
  • One dime blues
  • Hard luck on the farm.
  • All in and down and out blues
  • New stranger blues
  • Starvation blues
  • So you got to hit the road.
  • 66 Highway blues
  • I ain't got no home in this world anymore
  • Hitch-hike blues
  • Wanderin'
  • And you land in jail.
  • The old chain gang
  • Arkansas hard luck blues
  • Crossbone Scully
  • Hard times in Cryderville Jail
  • You're bound to get lousy in the lousy old jail
  • Lord, it's all, almost done
  • Midnight Special
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • Ruben
  • You kick and stomp and beat me
  • Take this hammer
  • Things about comin' my way
  • These old Cumberland Mountain farms
  • Some from the old wobblies.
  • Pie in the sky
  • The tramp
  • Casey Jones
  • Beans, bacon, and gravy
  • The mysteries of a hobo's life
  • The comm[on]wealth of toil
  • Old time songs from all over.
  • The buffalo skinners
  • The Old Chisholm Trail
  • The boll weevil
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • Skinnamalinkadoolium
  • John Brown's body
  • Johnnie woncha ramble
  • Jessie James and his boys
  • Pretty Boy Floyd
  • Matthew Kimes
  • When the maid comes to town
  • Loneshoreman's strike
  • Cotton mill colic
  • The farmer is the man
  • Cotton mill blues
  • Hard times in the mill
  • No more shall I work in the factory
  • Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues
  • Weave room blues
  • Weaver's life
  • Silicosis is killin' me
  • It's hard times in these mines
  • The hard working miner
  • Roll on buddy
  • Down on Roberts' farm
  • Hell busts loose in Kentucky.
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • I am a union woman
  • Kentucky miner's wife's hungry, ragged blues
  • I love coal miners, I do
  • Fare ye well, old Ely Branch
  • The Kentucky miners' dreadful fate
  • The East Ohio miners' strike
  • The Coal Creek explosion
  • The story of Sara Ogan
  • Lynchburg Town
  • I am a girl of constant sorrow
  • I'm thinking tonight of an old Southern town
  • Long, long ago
  • Win it
  • They tell us to wait
  • I hate the capitalist system
  • Come all you coal miners
  • That old feeling
  • Come on friends and let's go down
  • The murder of Harry Simms
  • Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat
  • Welcome the traveler home
  • The greenback dollar
  • Which side are you on?
  • Come all you hardy miners
  • The striking miners
  • Chief Aderholt
  • Up on Old Loray
  • The mill mother's lament
  • All around the jailhouse
  • Toiling on life's pilgrim pathway
  • On the picket line
  • There's something about a worker
  • There was a rich man and he lived in Detroitium
  • Goody goody
  • Rock-a-bye-baby
  • The farmers get together.
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • No more mournin'
  • Ten little farmer men
  • Raggedy raggedy are we
  • Detroit sets down.
  • The planter and the sharecropper
  • Roll the union on
  • Down in Old Henderson
  • It's me, O Lord
  • Song of the evicted tenant
  • Mister farmer
  • The man Frank Weems
  • We ain't down yet
  • One big union.
  • Song of the West Virginia miners
  • The Fisher strike
  • Powder Mill Jail blues
  • Little David blues
  • Davidson-Wilder blues
  • The ballad of Barney Graham
  • Union train
  • My children are seven in number
  • Bonny of the union
  • The soup song
  • Down the street we hold our demonstration
  • Ballad of the Blue Bell Jail
  • Bring me my robe and slippers, James
  • Write me out my union card
  • Roane County
  • Shirt factory blues
  • Got a union in the country
  • The ballad of John Catchins
  • The Marion massacred
  • The Marion strike
  • Our children they were sickly
  • The CIO is bigger than it used to be
  • O, the monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga
  • Oh, Mister Sloan
  • Goodbye Semaria
  • The union fights the battle of freedom
  • We'll be wearing union buttons
  • The boss is having a terrible time, parlez-vous
  • We pity our bosses five
  • It ain't gonna work no more
  • Ma and Pa (a unionization plan)
  • Calls for an honest square dance
  • You guys got to organize
  • Union maid
  • Sit down
  • Better go down and jine the union
  • Harry Bridges
  • Scabs in the factory
  • Mulligan stew.
  • Worried man blues
  • Ludlow massacre
  • Don't kill my baby and my son
  • Jesus Christ was a man
  • Mama don't 'low no bush-wahs hangin' around
  • Hallelujah, I'm a Ku Klux
  • We're the guys
  • You low life son of a bitch
  • Bourgeois blues
  • How about you?
  • We shall not be moved
  • Ain't gonna study war no more
  • Wartime blues
  • Red Cross store
  • Tom Mooney is free
  • Pity the shape I'm in
  • Capitol city cyclone
  • Collective bargaining in our shops
  • Mister congressman
  • A fool there was
  • Why do you stand there in the rain?
  • Knuts to Knudsen
Control code
ocm00190819
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
1 score (368 pages)
Isbn
9780825600418
Lccn
66019058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations
Label
Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people : [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's], compiled by Alan Lomax ; notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie ; music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger
Publication
Note
  • Unacc. melodies, with chord symbols
  • Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
  • ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • You're dead broke.
  • So you hollered for a New Deal.
  • The chiseler's sorrow
  • 1928-1934
  • Don't take away my PWA
  • NRA blues
  • CWA blues
  • CCC blues
  • Ballad of the TVA
  • Working for the PWA
  • Welfare blues
  • Collector man blues
  • Working on the project
  • WPA blues
  • You're on your last go 'round
  • I'm looking for that New Deal now
  • The dickman song
  • Waitin' on Roosevelt
  • The Okie section.
  • I'm goin' down that road feeling bad
  • Blowin' down this road
  • Dust storm disaster
  • Insurance man blues
  • Dust can't kill me
  • Dust Bowl blues
  • Dust Bowl refugee
  • You Okies and Arkies
  • So long, it's been good to know you
  • Takin' Dust Bowl
  • If you ain't got the do re mi
  • When you're down and out
  • Vigilante man
  • Tom Joad
  • Depression blues
  • Unemployment stomp
  • No job blues
  • Fifteen miles from Birmingham
  • Down and out
  • No dough blues
  • One dime blues
  • Hard luck on the farm.
  • All in and down and out blues
  • New stranger blues
  • Starvation blues
  • So you got to hit the road.
  • 66 Highway blues
  • I ain't got no home in this world anymore
  • Hitch-hike blues
  • Wanderin'
  • And you land in jail.
  • The old chain gang
  • Arkansas hard luck blues
  • Crossbone Scully
  • Hard times in Cryderville Jail
  • You're bound to get lousy in the lousy old jail
  • Lord, it's all, almost done
  • Midnight Special
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • Ruben
  • You kick and stomp and beat me
  • Take this hammer
  • Things about comin' my way
  • These old Cumberland Mountain farms
  • Some from the old wobblies.
  • Pie in the sky
  • The tramp
  • Casey Jones
  • Beans, bacon, and gravy
  • The mysteries of a hobo's life
  • The comm[on]wealth of toil
  • Old time songs from all over.
  • The buffalo skinners
  • The Old Chisholm Trail
  • The boll weevil
  • Drill ye tarriers drill
  • Skinnamalinkadoolium
  • John Brown's body
  • Johnnie woncha ramble
  • Jessie James and his boys
  • Pretty Boy Floyd
  • Matthew Kimes
  • When the maid comes to town
  • Loneshoreman's strike
  • Cotton mill colic
  • The farmer is the man
  • Cotton mill blues
  • Hard times in the mill
  • No more shall I work in the factory
  • Winnsboro Cotton Mill blues
  • Weave room blues
  • Weaver's life
  • Silicosis is killin' me
  • It's hard times in these mines
  • The hard working miner
  • Roll on buddy
  • Down on Roberts' farm
  • Hell busts loose in Kentucky.
  • Lonesome jailhouse blues
  • I am a union woman
  • Kentucky miner's wife's hungry, ragged blues
  • I love coal miners, I do
  • Fare ye well, old Ely Branch
  • The Kentucky miners' dreadful fate
  • The East Ohio miners' strike
  • The Coal Creek explosion
  • The story of Sara Ogan
  • Lynchburg Town
  • I am a girl of constant sorrow
  • I'm thinking tonight of an old Southern town
  • Long, long ago
  • Win it
  • They tell us to wait
  • I hate the capitalist system
  • Come all you coal miners
  • That old feeling
  • Come on friends and let's go down
  • The murder of Harry Simms
  • Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat
  • Welcome the traveler home
  • The greenback dollar
  • Which side are you on?
  • Come all you hardy miners
  • The striking miners
  • Chief Aderholt
  • Up on Old Loray
  • The mill mother's lament
  • All around the jailhouse
  • Toiling on life's pilgrim pathway
  • On the picket line
  • There's something about a worker
  • There was a rich man and he lived in Detroitium
  • Goody goody
  • Rock-a-bye-baby
  • The farmers get together.
  • There is mean things happening in this land
  • No more mournin'
  • Ten little farmer men
  • Raggedy raggedy are we
  • Detroit sets down.
  • The planter and the sharecropper
  • Roll the union on
  • Down in Old Henderson
  • It's me, O Lord
  • Song of the evicted tenant
  • Mister farmer
  • The man Frank Weems
  • We ain't down yet
  • One big union.
  • Song of the West Virginia miners
  • The Fisher strike
  • Powder Mill Jail blues
  • Little David blues
  • Davidson-Wilder blues
  • The ballad of Barney Graham
  • Union train
  • My children are seven in number
  • Bonny of the union
  • The soup song
  • Down the street we hold our demonstration
  • Ballad of the Blue Bell Jail
  • Bring me my robe and slippers, James
  • Write me out my union card
  • Roane County
  • Shirt factory blues
  • Got a union in the country
  • The ballad of John Catchins
  • The Marion massacred
  • The Marion strike
  • Our children they were sickly
  • The CIO is bigger than it used to be
  • O, the monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga
  • Oh, Mister Sloan
  • Goodbye Semaria
  • The union fights the battle of freedom
  • We'll be wearing union buttons
  • The boss is having a terrible time, parlez-vous
  • We pity our bosses five
  • It ain't gonna work no more
  • Ma and Pa (a unionization plan)
  • Calls for an honest square dance
  • You guys got to organize
  • Union maid
  • Sit down
  • Better go down and jine the union
  • Harry Bridges
  • Scabs in the factory
  • Mulligan stew.
  • Worried man blues
  • Ludlow massacre
  • Don't kill my baby and my son
  • Jesus Christ was a man
  • Mama don't 'low no bush-wahs hangin' around
  • Hallelujah, I'm a Ku Klux
  • We're the guys
  • You low life son of a bitch
  • Bourgeois blues
  • How about you?
  • We shall not be moved
  • Ain't gonna study war no more
  • Wartime blues
  • Red Cross store
  • Tom Mooney is free
  • Pity the shape I'm in
  • Capitol city cyclone
  • Collective bargaining in our shops
  • Mister congressman
  • A fool there was
  • Why do you stand there in the rain?
  • Knuts to Knudsen
Control code
ocm00190819
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
1 score (368 pages)
Isbn
9780825600418
Lccn
66019058
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations

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