Hard hitting songs for hard-hit people; [American folk songs of the Depression and the labor movement of the 1930's] / Notes on the songs by Woody Guthrie. Music transcribed and edited by Pete Seeger

Author(s): Lomax, Alan, 1915-2002
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Subjects: Folk songs, English--United States
Ballads, English--United States
Depressions--1929--United States--Songs and music
Labor movement--Songs and music
Working class--Songs and music
Formats: Print
Material Type: Printed music -- Monograph
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Published: New York, Oak Publications [1967]
LC Classification: M
Physical Description: 368 p. illus. 26 cm
Additional Authors: Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967
Seeger, Pete, 1919-2014
Notes: LCCN: 66019058 /M
Unacc. melodies, with chord symbols
Contents: Ain't gonna study war no more -- All around the jailhouse -- All in and down and out blues -- Arkansas hard luck blues -- The ballad of Barney Graham -- The ballad of John Catchins -- Ballad of the Blue Bell jail -- Ballad of the TVA -- Beans, bacon and gravy -- Better go down and jine the union -- Blowin' down this road -- Boll weevil -- Bonny of the union -- Boss is having a terrible time, parlez-vous -- Bourgeois blues -- Bring me my robe and slippers, James -- The buffalo skinners -- CCC blues -- The CIO is bigger than it used to be -- CWA blues -- Calls for an honest square dance -- Capitol City cyclone -- Casey Jones -- Chief Aderholt -- The chiseler's sorrow -- Coal creek explosion -- Collective bargaining in our shops -- Collector man blues -- Come all you coal miners -- Come all you hardy miners -- Come on friends and let's go down -- The commonwealth of toil -- Cotton mill blues -- Cotton mill colic -- Crossbone skully -- Davidson-Wilder blues -- Depression blues -- The dickman song -- Don't kill my baby and my son -- Don't take away my PWA -- Down and out -- Down in old Henderson -- Down on Roberts' farm -- Down the street we hold our demonstration -- Drill ye tarriers drill -- Dust bowl refugee -- Dust can't kill me -- East Ohio miners' strike -- Fare ye well old Ely Branch -- The farmer is the man -- Fifteen miles from Burmingham -- The fisher strike -- A fool there was -- Goodbye Semaria -- Goody goody -- Got a union in the country -- The great dust storm -- The greenback dollar -- Hallelujah, I'm a ku klux -- Hard times in Cryderville jail -- Hard times in the mill -- The hard working miner -- Harry Bridges -- Hitch-hike blues -- How about you? -- I ain't got no home in this world anymore -- I am a girl of constant sorrow -- I am a union woman -- I hate the capitalist system -- I love coal miners, I do -- If you ain't got the Do Re Me -- I'm goin' down that road feeling bad -- I'm looking for that New Deal now -- I'm thinking tonight of an old southern town -- Insurance man blues -- It ain't gonna work no more -- It's hard times in these mines -- It's me, O Lord -- Jesse James and his boys -- Jesus Christ was a man -- John Brown's body -- Johnnie wontcha ramble -- Kentucky miner's dreadful fate -- Kentucky miner's wife's hungry, ragged blues -- Knuts to Knudsen -- Little David blues -- Lonesome jailhouse blues -- Long, long, ago -- Longshoreman's strike -- Lord, it's all, almost done -- Ludlow massacre -- Lynchburg town -- Ma and Pa (A unionization plan) -- Mama don't 'low no bush-wahs hangin' around -- The man Frank Weems -- The Marion massacre -- The Marion strike -- Matthew Kimes -- Midnight special -- The mill mother's lament -- Mister congressman -- Mister farmer -- The murder of Harry Simms -- My children are seven in number -- Mysteries of a hobo's life -- NRA blues -- New stranger blues -- Nineteen twenty-eight - Nineteen thirty-four -- No dough blues -- No job blues -- No more mournin' -- No more shall I work in the factory -- O, The monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga -- Oh, Mister Sloan -- The old chain gang -- The old Chisolm trail -- On the picket line -- One dime blues -- Our children they were sickly -- Pie in the sky -- Pity the shape I'm in -- The planter and the sharecropper -- Powder mill jail blues -- Pretty boy Floyd -- Raggedy raggedy are we -- Red cross store -- Roane county -- Rock-a-bye-baby -- Roll on buddy -- Roll the union on -- Ruben -- Scabs in the factory -- Seven cent cotton and forty cent meat -- Shirt factory blues -- Silicosis is killin' me -- Sit down -- Sixty-six highway blues -- Skinnamalinkadoolium -- So long, it's been good to know you -- Song of the evicted tenant -- Song of the West Virginia miners -- The soup song -- Starvation blues -- The story of Sara Ogan -- The striking miners -- Take this hammer -- Talkin' dust bowl -- Ten little farmer men -- That old feeling -- There is mean things happening in the land -- There was a rich man and he lived in Detroitium -- There's something about a worker -- These old Cumberland mountain farms -- They tell us to wait -- Things about comin' my way -- Toiling on life's pilgrim pathway -- Tom Joad -- Tom Monney is free -- The tramp -- Unemployment stomp -- Union fights the battle of freedom -- Union maid -- Union train -- Up in old Loray -- Vigilante man -- WPA blues -- Waitin' on Roosevelt -- Wanderin' -- Wartime blues -- We ain't down yet -- We pity our bosses five -- We shall not be moved -- Weave room blues -- Weaver's life -- Welcome the traveler home -- Welfare blues -- We'll be wearing union buttons -- We're the guys -- When the maid comes to town -- When you're down and out -- Which side are you on? -- Why do you stand there in the rain? -- Win it -- Winnsboro cotton mill blues -- Working for the PWA -- Working on the project -- Worried man blues -- Write me out my union card -- You guys got to organize -- You kick and stomp and beat me -- You low life son of a bitch -- You Okies and Arkies -- You're bound to get lousy in the lousy old jail -- You're on your last go 'round
OCLC Number: 190819