Some of Woody's Prose...
The Almanac Singers
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Born to win...
EXCERPTS FROM WOODY'S PROSE, read by Jess Pearson:
We Ain't Down Yet
All of us...
Wet Pair of Shoes
Letter to Will Geer
"Woody Guthrie's We Ain't Down Yet"
Music & Songs of Our Great Folk Hero
Played & Sung by Woody's Friends
Poetry & Prose of The Prophet Singer
Narrated by Jess Pearson
Cream Records CR-1002, 1976.
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Woody's Childhood in Okemah, OK
New York City, 1940s
Alan Lomax remembers...
(BBC, 1984, 72 KB)
Herta Geer remembers...
Pete Seeger & Arthur Stern remember...
Pete Seeger remembers...
Back Where I Come From
(Aug 19, 1940, 7.3 MB)
Leadbelly Radio Show
(Host: Woody Guthrie,
Jun 19, 1940, 3.5 MB)
Library of Congress Recordings
by ALAN LOMAX, March 1940
Part 1 (8.7 MB)
Part 2 (9.2 MB)
Part 3 (8.8 MB)
The Influence of
The Carter Family
(Alan Lomax, BBC 1984, 72 KB)
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WORLD WAR IIThe Almanac Singers
The Almanac Singers, Woody in the Merchant Marines
(Pete Seeger, BBC 1984, 202 KB)
Jimmy Longhi on Woody saving his life
(BBC 1984, 289 KB)
Jimmy Longhi on Woody in the Merchant Marines
("American Talkers,' NPR, Smithsonian/Folkways SF CD-40021, 767 KB)
Woody Guthrie on BBC's "Children's Hour"
Late 1940s & 1950s
(Mar 10, 1947, 8.3 MB)
Pete Seeger remembers Woody in the 1950s and 1940s
(NPR, 1996, 2.2 MB)