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This is not always an easy listen, but it is always a rewarding one!
Woody Guthrie should be required reading in American Literature classes, and required listenig in Music History classes.
This very modest voice coming out of what must seemed an Old testament plague, to tell us stories, sing us a simple song.
A Fabulous collection of songs. The best collection that describes the Dust Bowl. This is GREAT for anyone studying this time period or a Woody Guthrie biography. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Judith A. Gutlerner
Another very good collection and useful in the classroom if your students are studying the Great Depression and Dust Bowl.Published 3 months ago by Larry D. Brazil
This is first great work by the American master and you can tell why it's referred to as the first concept album. Clear crisp sound from these historic recordings. Read morePublished 5 months ago by SteveG
I bought this album for my US History lesson on the Dust Bowl. It is a great way to share how different times spark different styles of music.Published 10 months ago by Christine
Historically, these are probably the best versions of Woody's songs that exist. Excellent set. Anyone doing research on Woody or the 1930's and 40's must have this collection.Published 12 months ago by DavidM
I used one word-GREAT- to describe my purchase (your product) for my feedback to you regarding this item. You replied that you required nineteen more words for my description. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Steven G. Stoops
Listening to Woody Guthrie's Dust Bowl Ballads is something akin to an American History lesson. On the other hand, it's also something like looking into a mirror to see our own... Read morePublished on February 23, 2013 by Paul Williamson
Real true grit about some seriously hard times. Simple, heartfelt--registers in the gut, heart, and head. Still has a message for us today.Published on December 4, 2012 by P Grissom