THAT’S WHY WE’RE MARCHING –

World War II & The American Folk Song Movement

(Smithsonian Folkways SF CD 400021, 1996)

  


Total tracks number: 25
Total tracks length:
01:11:20
Total tracks size:
47.893.209


 Artist

 Title

 Track

 Comment

Josh White

Freedom Road

01

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Woody Guthrie

Talking Sailor

02

NYC, NY, Apr 19, 1944

Almanac Singers

Ballad Of October 16th

03

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Billy Boy

04

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Almanac Singers

Plow Under

05

NYC, NY, Mar 1941

Tom Glazer

I'm Gonna Put My Name Down

06

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

Woody Guthrie

What Are We Waitin' On

07

NYC, NY, Apr 19, 1944

Josh White & Tom Glazer

Citizen CIO

08

NYC, NY, Jun 19, 1944

with Bess Lomax Hawes

Woody Guthrie

Sinking Of The Reuben James

09

NYC, NY, Apr 25, 1944

Union Boys

You Better Get Ready

10

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944

Burl Ives, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry,

Tom Glazer & Pete Seeger

Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter)

If You Want To Do Your Part

11

NYC, NY, Apr 29, 1942 (radio show)

Union Boys

Move Into Germany

12

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944

Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, Josh White

Woody Guthrie

So Long, It's Been Good To Know You

13

NYC, NY, Apr 19, 1944

Union Boys

The Martins & The Coys

14

NYC, NY, Mar 11, 1944

Pete Seeger, Burl Ives, Alan Lomax, Tom Glazer,

Sonny Terry, poss. others

Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter)

Hitler Song

15

NYC, NY, unknown date (1940s)

Woody Guthrie

Sally Don't You Grieve

16

NYC, NY, Apr 19, 1944

Vincent "Jimmy" Longhi

Story (Woody Guthrie at sea)

17

NPR "American Talkers", unknown date

Woody Guthrie

When The Yanks Go Marching In

18

NYC, NY, Apr 25, 1944

Almanac Singers

Round And Round Hitler's Grave

19

NYC, NY, Feb 14, 1942

("This Is War" radio show, with orchestra)

Josh White

The Fuhrer

20

NYC, NY, c. 1945

Woody Guthrie

Miss Pavlichencko

21

NYC, NY, c. 1946

Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter)

National Defense Blues

22

NYC, NY, c. Jun 1946

with Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee,

Willie "The Lion" Smith, George "Pops" Foster

Leadbelly (Huddie Ledbetter)

Gee But I Want To Go Home

23

NYC, NY, c. May 1944

Pete Seeger, Butch Hawes, Lee Hays, Dock Reese, Hally Wood

Looking For A Home

24

NYC, NY, unknown date, 1940s

Pete Seeger

Now That It's All Over

25

NYC, NY, unknown date 1940s

 Artist

 Title

 Track

 Comment