Roll Columbia Woody Guthrie's 26 Northwest songs.
by Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967,
|Format:||Music CD 2017|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
ContentsPastures of plenty (Michael Hurley and Jon Neufeld) (3:18)
Oregon Line (That Oregon Trail) (Pharis and Jason Romero) (3:46)
Lumber is king (Cahalen Morrison) (4:23)
Out past the end of the line (Timberbound) (2:51)
Portland Town to Kalmath Falls (Tony Furtado and Kristin Andreassen) (4:18)
Eleckatricity and all (Annalisa Tornfelt and the Tornfelt Sisters) (1:50)
Hard travelin' (Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons) (2:11)
Columbia talkin' blues (Talking Columbia) (Carl Allen) (3:06)
The talkin' blues (Al James and Jon Neufeld) (3:17)
Jackhammer blues (Jackhammer John) (Martha Scanlan and Jon Neufeld) (4:08)
Roll on Columbia, roll on (Steve Einhorn and Kate Power) (4:06)
The biggest thing that man has ever done (The great historical bum) (Caitlin Belem Romtvedt, David Romtvedt, and Joe Seamons) (4:35)
Jackhammer blues (Jackhammer John) (Orville Johnson) (3:30)
Guys on the Grand Coulee Dam (Bill Murlin and Fine Company) (3:11)
Mile an' a half from th' end of th' line (End of my line) (Timberbound) (3:30)
Columbia's waters (Caitlin Belem Romtvedt, David Romtvedt, and Joe Seamons) (4:06)
Ballad of the great Grand Coulee (The Grand Coulee Dam) (Darrin Craig and Jon Neufeld) (3:11)
Washington talkin' blues (Scott McCaughey, Peter Buck, and Jon Neufeld) (3:50)
It takes a married man to sing a worried song (Pharis and Jason Romero) (2:39)
Ramblin' blues (Portland Town) (Ben Hunter and Joe Seamons) (3:06)
New found land (John Moen, Chris Funk, and Jon Neufeld) (3:25)
White ghost train (Cahalen Morrison) (3:58)
The song of the Grand Coulee Dam (Way up in that Northwest) (George Rezendes, David Grisman, and Tracy Grisman) (3:05)
A ramblin' round (John Moen and Chris Funk) (2:55)
Roll, Columbia roll (Bill Murlin and Fine Company) (3:12)
Grand Coulee powder monkey (Scott McCaughey, Peter Buck, and Jon Neufeld) (4:53)
The ballad of Jackhammer John (Cahalen Morrison, Joe Seamons, and Jon Neufeld) (7:50)
Pastures of plenty (Orville Johnson) (6:09).
-- Northwest, Pacific
Blues (Music) -- Northwest, Pacific -- 2011-2020.
Columbia River -- Songs and music.
|Publisher|| Washington, DC :Smithsonian Folkways Recordings,2017
|Other Titles|| Songs.
Woody Guthrie's 26 Northwest songs
Woody Guthrie's twenty six Northwest songs
Woody Guthrie's roll Columbia
Neufeld, Jon, performer.
Romero, Pharis, 1979- performer.
Romero, Jason, 1971- performer.
Morrison, Cahalen, 1985- performer.
Furtado, Tony, performer.
Andreassen, Kristin, performer.
Hunter, Ben (Fiddler), performer.
Seamons, Joe, 1984- performer.
Allen, Carl (Folk musician), performer.
James, Al (Musician), performer.
Scanlan, Martha, performer.
Einhorn, Steve, performer.
Power, Kate, performer.
Romtvedt, Caitlin Belem, performer.
Romtvedt, David, performer.
Johnson, Orville, performer.
Craig, Darrin (Musician), performer.
McCaughey, Scott, performer.
Buck, Peter, 1956- performer.
Moen, John, performer.
Funk, Chris, performer.
Rezendes, George, performer.
Grisman, David, performer.
Grisman, Tracy, performer.
Timberbound (Musical group), performer.
Tornfelt Sisters, performer.
Fine Company (Musical group), performer.
Title from disc label.
Program notes by Joe Seamons and Jeff Place (43 pages : illustrations) inserted in container.
2 audio discs (104 min.) ; 4 3/4 in.