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New York World Telegram and Sun Collection, Prints and Photographs Division. Reproduction Number: LC-USZ62-120588.
Ramblin': the songs and stories of Woody Guthrie
Performed by Charles Deemer (vocals, journals, 12-string guitar, harmonica) and
Jim Wylie (vocals, 5-string banjo, 6-string/lead guitar).
For best quality, download .WAV files:
Or hear now in RealAudio:
Part 1 - hard traveling, roots, "Oklahoma Hills" (showcase)
Part 2 - oil boom, dust bowl
Part 3 - song writing, parents, Huntington's chorea, greed for money
Part 4 - unions, born to win
Part 5 - "Dirty Overalls" (showcase), kids
Part 6 - kids (cont.), Pacific Northwest
Part 7 - looking back, "this ain't a song you can sell," "Pastures of Plenty" (showcase)
Also see: Bound
for Glory: the Life and Times of Woody Guthrie, presented by the
Museum of Musical Instruments in cooperation with the Smithsonian
Institute. This is an online complement to the Smithsonian's outstanding traveling Guthrie exhibition, which I was fortunate to
see in Tacoma, Washington.
Dark Mission, an opera: the MIDI files.
Harriet's movie reviews:
Sheet music, a variety of original songs to hear.
Real Audio Screenwriting Tips.
One of the more popular features of my original website
for screenwriters (1994-2001). Some tips are now dated, some not.
Phone Plays, very short audio plays.
Songs on the front porch, pickin' & singin'.