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"Run, Come, See Jerusalem", from The Weavers At Carnegie Hall Vol. 2

"Run, Come, See Jerusalem", from The Weavers At Carnegie Hall Vol. 2

Smithsonian Folkways - Talking Union and Other Union Songs - Pete Seeger, the Almanac Singers and the Song Swappers

Smithsonian Folkways - Talking Union and Other Union Songs - Pete Seeger, the Almanac Singers and the Song Swappers

This Land Is Your Land - Asch Recordings, Vol. 1

This Land Is Your Land - Asch Recordings, Vol. 1

Smithsonian Folkways - Frontier Ballads - Pete Seeger

Smithsonian Folkways - Frontier Ballads - Pete Seeger

Peter, Paul & Mary  Peter Yarrow, Noel "Paul" Stookey, and Mary Travers  "Lemon Tree", "If I Had a Hammer", "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" (1962)

Peter, Paul & Mary Peter Yarrow, Noel "Paul" Stookey, and Mary Travers "Lemon Tree", "If I Had a Hammer", "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" (1962)

Woody Guthrie wrote “This Land Is Your Land” following a frigid trip -- partially by hitchhiking, partially by rail -- from California to Manhattan. The Great Depression was still raging. Guthrie had heard Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” and resolved to himself: “We can’t just bless America, we’ve got to change it” – 1940

Woody Guthrie wrote “This Land Is Your Land” following a frigid trip -- partially by hitchhiking, partially by rail -- from California to Manhattan. The Great Depression was still raging. Guthrie had heard Kate Smith’s recording of “God Bless America” and resolved to himself: “We can’t just bless America, we’ve got to change it” – 1940

A-Whalin', by The Foremen

A-Whalin', by The Foremen

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