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Label: Stinson Records - SLP-44 • Series: Collectors Series (2) • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue Red • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country •
Poor Boy - Woody Guthrie & Cisco Houston - Folk Songs - Volume 1 (Vinyl, LP)

 · In casual sessions beginning in the spring of and lasting for the rest of the decade, Woody Guthrie, sometimes joined by such friends as singer Cisco Houston and harmonica player Sonny Terry, recorded hundreds of tracks for record company owner Moses Asch, far more than Asch had the capacity to issue at the time. Over the years, many of those tracks did appear on Asch's 7/10(2).

Woody Guthrie – Poor Boy: A2: Woody Guthrie With Cisco Houston – Danville Girl N° 2: A3: Woody Guthrie – Baltimore To Washington: A4: Woody Guthrie With Cisco Houston – Who's Going To Shoe Your Pretty Feet: A5: Woody Guthrie With Cisco Houston And Sonny Terry – Stepstone: B1: Woody Guthrie With Cisco Offer Count: 1.

Woody Guthrie (–) was perhaps the most important folk musician of the twentieth century, inspiring a generation of singers and musicians such as Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, and many more. Guthrie sang about many topics, but he was particularly known for being a voice of the.

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