Download 26 Songs in 30 Days: Woody Guthrie's Columbia River Songs by Greg Vandy, Daniel Person PDF

By Greg Vandy, Daniel Person

In 1941, Woody Guthrie wrote 26 songs in 30 days—including classics like “Roll On Columbia” and “Pastures of Plenty”—when he used to be employed by way of the Bonneville energy management to advertise the advantages of affordable hydroelectric strength, irrigation, and the Grand Coulee Dam. Timed to have fun the seventy fifth anniversary of this undertaking, KEXP DJ Greg Vandytakes readers contained in the strange partnership among one in every of America’s nice people artists and the government, and indicates how the yankee people revival was once a reaction to demanding times.

26 Songs In 30 Days plunges deeply into the historic context of the time and the innovative politics that embraced Social Democracy in the course of an period within which the U.S. have been seriously being affected by the nice melancholy. And although it is a musical background of a colourful American musical icon and a particular a part of the rustic, it couldn’t be a greater reminder of the way undying and expansive such subject matters are in today’s political discourse.

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