Genre: Folk
Label: DOL
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Woody Guthrie Dust Bowl Ballads 180g Import LP

Woody Guthrie

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180g Virgin Vinyl Reissue of 1940 Album!

Dust Bowl Ballads is an album by Woody Guthrie, recorded for Victor Records during Guthrie's time in New York City in 1940. It was Guthrie's first commercial recording and the most successful album he made. It is considered to be the first or one of the very first concept albums.

• 180g Virgin Vinyl
• Import

1. The Great Dust Storm (Dust Storm Disaster)
2. Talkin' Dust Bowl Blues
3. Pretty Boy Floyd
4. Dusty Old Dust (So Long It's Been Good To Know You)
5. Dust Bowl Blues
6. Blowin' Down This Road (I Ain't Going To Be Treated This Way)
7. Tom Joad - Part 1
8. Tom Joad - Part 2
9. Do Re Mi
10. Dust Bowl Refugee
11. I Ain't Got No Home
12. Vigilante Man
13. Dust Can't Kill Me
14. Dust Pneumonia Blues

Recorded April 26 and May 3, 1940 in New York City.

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