California to the New York Island: Being a pocketfull of Brags, Blues, Bad-Men Ballads, Love Songs, Okie Laments and Children's Catcalls by Woody Guthrie

California to the New York Island: Being a pocketfull of Brags, Blues, Bad-Men Ballads, Love Songs, Okie Laments and Children's Catcalls by Woody Guthrie

Guthrie, Woody; Millard Lampell and Pete Seeger

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Place Published: New York City
Publisher: The Guthrie Children's Trust Fund
Date Published: 1960
Edition: Second printing
Binding: Paperback
Book Id: 44038

Description

48pp. Very slim quarto [25 cm] Stapled black and white pictorial wraps. Good plus. The front wrap is rubbed and lightly creased, and there is a general layer of mild soiling on the rear wrap. The covers have been re-enforced with tape along the inside margins.

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Woven into a Script suitable for a Concert, Clambake, Hootenanny or Community Sing by Millard Lampell. Introductory Note by Pete Seeger. A work which prints the words and music for 29 of Woody Guthrie's songs, including I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water, Goin' Down This Old Dusty Road, Go To Sleep My Little Hobo, and Union Maid.