SONGS FOR POLITICAL ACTION

Folkmusic, Topical Songs And The American Left 1926-1953

(BEAR FAMILY RECORDS BCD 15 720, 1996)

  


Total tracks number: 296
Total tracks length:
12:33:40
Total tracks size:
543.130.254


 Artist

 Title

 Track

 Comment

Carl Sandburg

The Boll Weevil

01

Mar 4, 1926

John Allison

Patriotic Diggers

02

1943

Charles Seeger

London's Bridge Is Falling

03

1937

Charles & Ruth Crawford Seeger

Risselty Rosselty

04

1937

Ruth Crawford Seeger

Old Grey Mare

05

1937

Charles Seeger

Hands

06

1937

Aunt Molly Jackson

Ragged Hungry Blues Part 1

07

NYC, NY, 1932

Aunt Molly Jackson

Ragged Hungry Blues Part 2

08

NYC, NY, 1932

Sarah Ogan Gunning

I'm Going To Organize, Baby Mine (Babe O' Mine)

09

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

Tillman Cadle

I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister

10

LoC, 1937

John L. Handcox

Raggedy, Raggedy

11

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

John L. Handcox

No More Mourning

12

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

John L. Handcox

Join The Union Tonight

13

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

John L. Handcox

We're Going To Roll The Union On

14

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

John L. Handcox

There Is Mean Things Happening In This Land

15

LoC, Washington, DC, 1937

Bob Miller

Farmer's Letter To The President

16

NYC, NY, 1930 as Bob Ferguson

Bob Miller

Farm Relief Blues

17

NYC, NY, 1929

Bob's Boys (Bob Miller)

11 Cent Cotton, 40 Cent Meat

18

NYC, NY, 1932

Miller's Bullfrog Entertainers

The Hootenanny Song

19

NYC, NY, 1929 (Bob Miller)

Bob Ferguson & His Scalawagger

Bank Failures

20

NYC, NY, 1931 (Bob Miller)

Bob Miller

The Rich Man And The Poor Man

21

NYC, NY, 1932

Bill Palmer (Bob Miller)

The Poor Forgotten Man

22

NYC, NY, 1932

The New Singers

The Soup Song

23

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The New Singers

The Internationale

24

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The New Singers

Rise Up

25

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The New Singers

United Front

26

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The New Singers

Forward, We're Not Forgotten

27

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The New Singers

In Praise Of Learning

28

NYC, NY, Fall 1935

The Manhattan Chorus

On The Picket Line

29

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Hold The Fort

30

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Casey Jones

31

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Sit Down

32

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Write Me Out My Union Card

33

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

We Shall Not Be Moved

34

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Join The Union

35

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

The Manhattan Chorus

Solidarity Forever

36

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1937

Mordecai Baumann

The Strange Funeral In Braddock

01

NYC, NY, Apr 1936

Earl Robinson

Abraham Lincoln

02

NYC, NY, Dec 27, 1939

Earl Robinson

Joe Hill

03

NYC, NY, Jan 8, 1940

Paul Robeson

Spring Song

04

NYC, NY, May 1941

Tony Kraber

The Old Chisholm Trail

05

NYC, NY, 1941

Saul Aarons

Old Paint (The Horse With The Union Label)

06

NYC, NY, 1941

(w/Pete Seeger as "Pete Bowers")

Saul Aarons

Capitalistic Boss

07

NYC, NY, 1941

Harrison Dowd

Little Theater On The Right

08

NYC, NY, 1939

Harrison Dowd

Little Theater On The Left

09

NYC, NY, 1939

Josh White & The Carolinians

Nine Foot Shovel

10

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Chain Gang Boun'

11

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Trouble

12

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Goin' Home Boys

13

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Cryin' Who Cryin' You

14

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Told My Captain

15

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White & The Carolinians

Jerry

16

NYC, NY, Jun 4, 1940

Josh White

Southern Exposure

17

NYC, NY, 1941

Josh White

Uncle Sam Says

18

NYC, NY, 1941

Josh White

Jim Crow Train

19

NYC, NY, 1941

Josh White

Bad Housing Blues

20

NYC, NY, 1941

Josh White

Hard Times Blues

21

NYC, NY, 1941

Josh White

Defense Factory Blues

22

NYC, NY, 1941

Almanac Singers

Strange Death Of John Doe

01

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Billy Boy

02

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

C For Conscription

03

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Washington Breakdown

04

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Lisa Jane

05

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Ballad Of Oct 16th

06

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Plow Under

07

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Talking Union

08

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

Union Train

09

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

Which Side Are You On

10

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

Get Thee Behind Me, Satan

11

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

Union Maid

12

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

All I Want (I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister)

13

NYC, NY, May 1941

Almanac Singers

Song For Bridges

14

NYC, NY, Jun 1941

Almanac Singers

Babe O' Mine

15

NYC, NY, Jun 1941

Almanac Singers

Blow Ye Winds, Heigh Ho

16

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Haul Away, Joe

17

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Blow The Man Down

18

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

The Golden Vanity

19

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Away Rio

20

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

The Coast Of High Barbary

21

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Greenland Fishing

22

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

The Dodger Song

23

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Ground Hog

24

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

State Of Arkansas

25

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Hard, Ain't It Hard

26

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

I Ride An Old Paint

27

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

House Of The Rising Sun

28

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

The Weaver's Song

29

NYC, NY, Jul 7, 1941

Almanac Singers

Dear Mr. President

01

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Belt Line Girl

02

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Round, Round Hitler's Grave

03

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Side By Side

04

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Deliver The Goods

05

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Reuben James

06

NYC, NY, Jan 1942

Almanac Singers

Boomtown Bill

07

NYC, NY, Jun 1942

Almanac Singers

Keep That Oil A-Rollin'

08

NYC, NY, Jun 1942

Priority Ramblers

I'm Looking For A Home

09

LoC, Sep 6, 1943:

Tom Glazer, Jackie Gibson, Edna Nell,

Josephine Schwartz

Priority Ramblers

Amsterdam Maid

10

LoC, Sep 6, 1943:

Tom Glazer, Jackie Gibson, Edna Nell,

Josephine Schwartz

Priority Ramblers

Song Of The Free

11

LoC, Sep 6, 1943:

Tom Glazer, Jackie Gibson, Edna Nell,

Josephine Schwartz

Priority Ramblers

In Washington

12

LoC, Sep 6, 1943: Tom Glazer, Jackie Gibson, Edna Nell, Josephine Schwartz

Priority Ramblers

Overtime Pay

13

LoC, Sep 6, 1943: Tom Glazer, Jackie Gibson, Edna Nell, Josephine Schwartz

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Viva La Quince Brigada

14

NYC, NY, 1943

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Jarama Valley

15

NYC, NY, 1943

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Spanish Marching Song (Si Me Quieres Escribir)

16

NYC, NY, 1943

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Cook House; Young Man From Alcala

17

NYC, NY, 1943

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Quinte Regimento

18

NYC, NY, 1943

Pete Seeger/Tom Glazer/

Butch Hawes/Bess Lomax Hawes

Quarter Master Song

19

NYC, NY, 1943

Union Boys

Little Man On A Fence

20

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

Jim Crow

21

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

You Better Get Ready

22

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

Hold The Fort; We Shall Not Be Moved

23

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

UAW-CIO

24

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

Hold On

25

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

Solidarity Forever

26

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Union Boys

A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Anymore

27

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944: Josh White, Burl Ives,

Tom Glazer, Alan Lomax, Brownie McGhee, Pete Seeger, Sonny Terry

Earl Robinson

Horace Greeley

01

NYC, NY, Jan 8, 1940

Earl Robinson

Kevin Barry

02

NYC, NY, Jan 8, 1940

Earl Robinson

The House I Live In

03

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

A Man's A Man For That

04

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

Drill Ye Tarriers Drill

05

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

The Frozen Logger

06

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

Jefferson And Liberty

07

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

Sweet Betsy From Pike; Dirty Miner

08

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson

Grand Coulee Dam

09

NYC, NY, late 1946

Earl Robinson & Dooley Wilson

Free & Equal Blues, Parts 1 & 2

10

NYC, NY, late 1946

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

The Century Of The Common Man

11

NYC, NY, 1944

Vern Partlow

I'm A Native American Nazi

12

1943

Vern Partlow

Join The UAW-CIO

13

1943

Vern Partlow

Keeping Score For '44

14

1943

Vern Partlow

The UAW Train

15

1943

Vern Partlow

Susan's In The Union

16

1943

Vern Partlow

The Rollback Blues

17

1943

Vern Partlow

Mama Don't Allow

18

1943

Woody Guthrie

Farmer Labor Train

19

NYC, NY, Apr-May 1944

Woody Guthrie

So Long, It's Been Good To Know You

20

NYC, NY, Apr-May 1944

Woody Guthrie

Talking Sailor

21

NYC, NY, Apr-May 1944

Woody Guthrie

Sally Don't You Grieve

22

NYC, NY, Apr-May 1944

Tom Glazer & Josh White

Citizen CIO

23

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

with Bess Lomax Hawes

Tom Glazer & Josh White

No More Blues

24

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Tom Glazer & Josh White

We've Got A Plan

25

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Tom Glazer & Josh White

Social Worker's Talking Blues

26

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Tom Glazer & Josh White

I'm Gonna Put My Name Down

27

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Tom Glazer & Josh White

Freedom Road

28

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Josh White

Landlord

01

NYC, NY, c. 1945

Josh White

Beloved Comrade

02

NYC, NY, c. 1945

Josh White

Johnny Has Gone For A Soldier

03

NYC, NY, c. 1945

Josh White

The Man Who Couldn't Walk Around

04

NYC, NY, c. 1945

Josh White

I'm The Guy

05

NYC, NY, early 1946

Josh White

Little Man Sitting On A Fence

06

NYC, NY, early 1946

Tom Glazer

When The Country Is Broke

07

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Tom Glazer

Money In The Pocket

08

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Tom Glazer

Our Fight Is Yours

09

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Lee Hays & Pete Seeger

Moses Green

10

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Lee Hays & Pete Seeger

The Rankin Tree

11

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Lee Hays & Pete Seeger

Talking Bilbo

12

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Lee Hays & Bob Claiborne

This Old World

13

NYC, NY, c. 1946 (demo)

Bob Claiborne

#1 Stooge

14

NYC, NY, c. 1946 (demo)

Bernie Asbel

Song Of My Hands

15

NYC, NY, c. Sep 1946

Bernie Asbel & Pete Seeger

Mad As I Can Be

16

NYC, NY, c. Sep 1946

Lord Invader (Rupert Grant)

Jackie Robinson

17

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1947

Brownie McGhee

High Price Blues

18

NYC, NY, late 1947

Brownie McGhee

Black Brown & White

19

NYC, NY, late 1947

Anna Beyer

Nix On Mundt-Nixon

20

NYC, NY, c. 1947

George Levine

Daily Worker Song

21

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Unknown Vocalist

Taft-Hartley Blues

22

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Agnes Sis Cunningham

Parnell Thomas Blues

23

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Malvina Reynolds & Bill Oliver

Turn Me Loose

24

c. 1948

The Berries

Snowball

25

L.A., CA, c. Oct 1947

The Berries & Pete Seeger

Swingin' On A Scab

26

L.A., CA, c. Oct 1947

Mario Casetta

On To Sacramento

27

c. Mar 1947

Vern Partlow

Atomic Talking Blues

28

c. late 1940s

Vern Partlow

Newspapermen

29

c. late 1940s

Dick Blakeslee

Passing Through

30

c. late 1947-early 1948

Pete Seeger

Listen Mr. Bilbo

01

NYC, NY, late 1946

with Hally Wood, Lee Hays, Lou Kleinman,

Dock Reese

Pete Seeger

Joe Hill

02

NYC, NY, late 1946

with Butch Hawes, Hally Wood, Lee Hays,

Lou Kleinman, Dock Reese

Pete Seeger & Bob Claiborne

OPA Shout

03

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Voting Union

04

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Get Out The Vote

05

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

A Dollar Ain't A Dollar Any

06

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

A Dollar For PAC

07

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Oh What Congress Done To Me

08

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Four PAC Nursery Rhymes

09

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

DDT

10

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Fare Ye Well, Bad Congressman

11

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

No No No Discrimination

12

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Lee Hays,

Hally Wood Faulk

Voter Oh Voter

13

NYC, NY, 1946

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

Intro & Commonwealth Of Toil

14

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

We've Got Our Eyes On You

15

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

Talking Union

16

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

The Preacher And The Slave

17

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

Which Side Are You On

18

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

Solidarity Forever

19

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

The Whole Wide World Around

20

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, Hally Wood Faulk, Ronnie Gilbert

Hold The Fort; Conclusion

21

NYC, NY, 1947

Pete Seeger

Talking PAC

22

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Pete Seeger

Conversation With A Mule

23

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Pete Seeger

The Farmer Is The Man

24

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Pete Seeger

Join The Farmer's Union

25

NYC, NY, c. 1947

Pete Seeger

Talkin' Atom

26

NYC, NY, 1948

Pete Seeger

Newspaper Men

27

NYC, NY, 1948

Pete Seeger

Skillet Good And Greasy

28

NYC, NY, Nov 1948

Pete Seeger

T For Texas

29

NYC, NY, Nov 1948

Pete Seeger

Cumberland Mountain Bear Chase

30

NYC, NY, Nov 1948

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

Walk In Peace, Part 1

01

L.A., CA, Dec 1946

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

Walk In Peace, Part 2

02

L.A., CA, Dec 1946

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

Atomic Energy

03

L.A., CA, Dec 1946

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

Old Lady With A Rolling Pin

04

L.A., CA, Dec 1946

Morry Goodson & Sonny Vale

Red Boogie

05

L.A., CA, May 1947

Morry Goodson & Sonny Vale

Unity Rhumba

06

L.A., CA, May 1947

Morry Goodson & Sonny Vale

The Elephant & The Ass

07

L.A., CA, Fall 1947

Morry Goodson & Sonny Vale

Hungry Rhapsody

08

L.A., CA, Fall 1947

Morry Goodson & Sonny Vale

Housing

09

L.A., CA, Fall 1947

People's Songs Chorus

(directed by Sonny Vale)

Ballad Of FDR

10

L.A., CA, Fall 1947

People's Songs Chorus

(directed by Sonny Vale)

Jim Crow

11

L.A., CA, Fall 1947

The Berries

Mein Shtetele Belz

12

L.A., CA, c. Oct 1947

The Berries & Pete Seeger

Zhankoye

13

L.A., CA, c. Oct 1947

Pete Seeger

Travelin'

14

L.A., CA, Oct 1947

Pete Seeger

(with The Berries, Goodson & Vale)

Black Brown & White Blues

15

L.A., CA, Oct 1947

Pete Seeger

The Death Of Harry Simms

16

L.A., CA, Oct 1947

Pete Seeger

Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues

17

L.A., CA, Oct 1947

Pete Seeger & Fred Hellerman

No Irish Need Apply

18

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

Boots (Mario Casetta)

Unemployment Compensation Blues

19

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

Betty Sanders

The Fireship

20

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1948

Betty Sanders & Pete Seeger

Johnny I Hardly Knew You

21

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1948

Howard Fast (narrator), The Weavers

The Peekskill Story Parts 1

22

NYC, NY, c. Sep 7, 1949

The Weavers

Wasn't That A Time

23

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

The Weavers

Dig My Grave

24

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

The Weavers

Freight Train Blues

25

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

The Weavers

Love Song Blues

26

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

The Weavers

The Hammer Song

27

NYC, NY, c. Nov 1949

Earl Robinson

We're Keeping Score in '44

01

FDR Campaign 1944

Josh White

No More Blues

02

FDR Campaign 1944

Bill Oliver

Lay That Ballot Down

03

FDR Campaign 1944

Vern Partlow

The Fertilizer Song

04

FTA Campaign 1946

Vern Partlow

Talking FTA

05

FTA Campaign 1946

Vern Partlow

Kiss The Boys Goodbye

06

FTA Campaign 1946

Vern Partlow

Round And Round The Canneries

07

FTA Campaign 1946

Vern Partlow

My Name Is Cannery Bill

08

FTA Campaign 1946

Mara Alexander and others

The Bosses' Gang

09

FTA Campaign 1946

Mara Alexander and others

Bye Bye Bosses

10

FTA Campaign 1946

Richard Huey & Chorus

Wallace Fit The Battle Of America

11

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Royal Harmonaires

Henry Wallace Is The Man

12

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Abigail Alvarez

Corrido To Wallace & Taylor

13

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Abigail Alvarez

2nd Corrido To Wallace & Taylor

14

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Paul Robeson

Battle Hymn Of '48

15

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Michael Loring

The Same Old Merry-Go-Round

16

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Michael Loring

I've Got A Ballot

17

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Michael Loring

Great Day

18

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

George Levine

Wallace Button; Goodbye Harry

19

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Agnes Sis Cunningham

Henry Wallace

20

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Bill Oliver

We Can Win With Wallace

21

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Malvina Reynolds

Work With Wallace

22

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

The Century Of The Common Man

23

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Sir Lancelot (Lancelot Pinard)

Wallace Is The Man For Me

24

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

Michael Loring & Alan Lomax

Yankee Doodle Tell The Boss

25

Wallace-Taylor Campaign 1948

The Weavers

Intro; New York City

26

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Fred Hellerman

Marcantonio For Me

27

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

The Weavers & Hope Foye

Skip To The Polls

28

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Fred Hellerman & The Weavers

Marcantonio For Mayor

29

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Laura Duncan

Now Right Now

30

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

The Weavers

We Shall Not Be Moved

31

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Hope Foye & Pete Seeger

Oh Freedom

32

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Pete Seeger

Ben Davis

33

American Labor Party Mayoral Campaign, NYC, NY, 1949

Unidentified Vocalist (Arnold Berman?)

MTA

34

Progressive Party Mayoral Campaign, Boston, MA, 1949

Unidentified Vocalist (Arnold Berman?)

The People's Choice

35

Progressive Party Mayoral Campaign, Boston, MA, 1949

Fred Hellerman

Keep A-Goin' & A-Growin'

36

Progressive Party Presidential Campaign, 1952

Camp Unity's Freedom Theatre

(Robert DeCormier, Herschel Bernardt

& Alan Booth)

The Riddle Of Thurman Towns

01

NYC, NY, 1950

Gerald Gallant & Pete Seeger

Grapes To Pick

02

NYC, NY, Jan 24, 1949

Fred Hellerman

Medley: I Don't Want To Get Adjusted; Stand Up And Be Counted; We Will Overcome; The Progressive Party Is Here To Stay

03

NYC, NY, c. 1948-'49

Fred Hellerman (as "Bob Hill")

Pity The Downtrodden Landlord

04

NYC, NY, Jun 1950

The Weavers

The Hammer Song

05

NYC, NY, Dec 1949

The Weavers

Banks Of Marble

06

NYC, NY, Dec 1949

Ernie Lieberman & Hope Foye

Spring Song

07

NYC, NY, c. Feb 1951

Ernie Lieberman

Song Of My Hands

08

NYC, NY, c. Feb 1951

Ernie Lieberman

My Old Man

09

NYC, NY, c. Feb 1951

Ernie Lieberman

I'm On My Way

10

NYC, NY, c. Feb 1951

Laura Duncan, Ernie Lieberman,

Betty Sanders & Osborne Smith

In Contempt

11

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Laura Duncan, Ernie Lieberman,

Betty Sanders & Osborne Smith

Die Gedanken Sind Frei

12

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Laura Duncan, Ernie Lieberman,

Betty Sanders & Osborne Smith

Walk Along Together

13

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Laura Duncan, Ernie Lieberman,

Betty Sanders & Osborne Smith

Put My Name Down

14

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Laura Duncan, Ernie Lieberman,

Betty Sanders & Osborne Smith

Hold On

15

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Osborne Smith & Ernie Lieberman

Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel

16

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Laura Duncan & Ernie Lieberman

I've Got A Right

17

NYC, NY, c. Jan 31, 1952

Jewish Young Folksingers

We Shall Overcome

18

NYC, NY, 1952

Laura Duncan, soloist

Betty Sanders & Jerry Silverman

Talking Un-American Blues

19

NYC, NY, c. Jun 9, 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

Old Bolshevik Song

20

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

The Cloakmaker's Union

21

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

Land Of The Daily Worker

22

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

Our Line's Been Changed Again

23

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

In Old Moscow

24

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

Unite For Unity

25

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

Bill Bailey (The Ultimate Sectarian)

26

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer & Bill Friedland

The Last International

27

NYC, NY, late 1951-early 1952

Joe Glazer

The Giveaway Boys In Washington

28

Akron, OH, 1953

Joe Glazer

Joe McCarthy's Band

29

Akron, OH, 1953

Woody Guthrie

I've Got To Know

30

NYC, NY, late 1940s (demo)

Woody Guthrie

This Land Is Your Land

31

NYC, NY, Jan 7, 1952

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