Songs of the American West.
xii, 595 pages illustrations 29 cm
- Publisher: Berkeley, University of California Press, 1968.
Contents / Notes
|General Note:||English words; words also printed as text following each melody.
Unacc. melodies; includes chord symbols.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 573-584).|
|Formatted Contents Note:||The suckers sadly gather / [words by] Richard Brazier -- It's a long way down to the soup line / [words by] Joe Hill -- Go to sea no more -- The ballad of Bloody Thursday -- Hallelujah, on the bum / [words by] Harry McClintock -- The bum on the stem -- The great American bum -- The Big Rock Candy Mountains, I / [words by] Harry McClintock -- The Big Rock Candy Mountains, II -- Hard travelin' / Woodie Guthrie -- The dying hobo -- The hobo's last ride -- Oh, you wobblies / [words by] Scottie -- The preacher and the slave / J.P. Webster, Joe Hill -- When you wear that button / [words by] Richard Brazier -- Scissor Bill / Leighton bros., Joe Hill -- We're bound for San Diego -- Harry Orchard -- Joe Hillstrom / [words by] Woody Guthrie -- The old settler / [words by] Francis D. Henry -- Great-grand-dad -- The days of '49 / arr. E. Zimmer, [words by] Charles Rhoades (Bensell) -- The good old days of '50, '1, and '2 / [words by] J. Riley Mains -- This is the place / [words by] Myron Crandall -- The little old sod shanty in the West / [words by] O.E. Murray -- When I was a cowboy / [words by] Leadbelly -- Do re mi / Woody Guthrie.|
English words; words also printed as text following each melody.
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