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Definitions

  1. Woody Guthrie was a hero to a generation of folk musicians, Bob Dylan among them. (Web site)
  2. Woody Guthrie is a songwriter I've always loved, and is very influential.
  3. Woody Guthrie is a folk hero who played an integral part of the first half of the 20th century.
  4. Woody Guthrie, the "Dustbowl Balladeer" and union movement singer, was the hero and inspiration to a whole new generation of singer-songwriters.
  5. Woody Guthrie was a great troubadour and a brave messenger of justice for working people. (Web site)

Great Folk Singers

  1. Pacheco can very well stand in a line of great folk singers, ranging from Woody Guthrie, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, Pete Seger, and Bob Dylan. (Web site)

Woody Guthrie Archives

  1. The Woody Guthrie Foundation is a non-profit organization that serves as administrator and caretaker of the Woody Guthrie Archives. (Web site)

Way

  1. I don't carry myself yet the way that Big Joe Williams, Woody Guthrie, Leadbelly and Lightnin' Hopkins have carried themselves.

Biography

  1. American seaman Haskell Wexler later won two Academy Awards, the latter for a biography of his shipmate Woody Guthrie.

Group

  1. In fact Sis played accordion and sang in a group that pre-dated the famous Weavers and included both Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

Legacy

  1. Also in Okemah, the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival celebrates his legacy each summer.

Capacity

  1. In that capacity, he met and was influenced by many important musicians such as Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly.

Tradition

  1. As The Nightwatchman however, he was touring an acoustic socialist protest album, twelve rebel songs in the tradition of Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie.

Land

  1. He and the new Everclear recorded the Woody Guthrie standard This Land Is Your Land, which Alexakis performed at several political events.

Style

  1. Well-known American practitioners of this style of music are Woody Guthrie and Jean Ritchie. (Web site)

Writing

  1. His voice has been compared to James Taylor and John Denver, and his writing to Woody Guthrie and John Prine. (Web site)

York

  1. In 1946, Woody Guthrie returned to settle in Coney Island, New York, with his wife and children.

York City

  1. A short time later they moved to New York City, where they befriended Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie.

Disciple

  1. The itinerant folksinger lifestyle was exemplified by Ramblin' Jack Elliott, a disciple of Woody Guthrie who in turn influenced Bob Dylan.

Listening

  1. His style on that instrument evolved from listening to hymns, carols, and Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

Father

  1. Like his father, Woody Guthrie, Arlo often sings songs of protest against social injustice.

Glory

  1. It was directed by Hal Ashby and adapted from Woody Guthrie 's 1943 autobiography, Bound for Glory (co-written by Robert Getchell).

Musicians

  1. In that capacity, he met and was influenced by many other musicians such as Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly. (Web site)

Paul

  1. Paul became a follower of the music of Woody Guthrie during the early 1990s. (Web site)

First

  1. Of these, the first two owed direct debts to Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and the Popular Front culture of the 1930s.

Rails

  1. Maybe it was Woody Guthrie, riding the rails, writing down and singing out what he saw. (Web site)

Oklahoma

  1. Sis Cunningham and Gordon Friesen, who had come from Oklahoma to New York City with Woody Guthrie, published the little "rag" out of their apartment. (Web site)

Muddy Waters

  1. Gallagher's early influences were Lonnie Donegan, Woody Guthrie, Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters and he strayed very little from those paths. (Web site)
  2. Thanks to those efforts, Muddy Waters and Woody Guthrie made their first recordings and a template for American popular music was set.

Big Bill Broonzy

  1. Influences he discovered, and cited as he progressed, that included Woody Guthrie, Big Bill Broonzy, and Ledbelly.

Time

  1. He won a second Oscar in 1976 for Bound for Glory, a biography of Woody Guthrie (whom Wexler had met during his time in the Merchant Marines).
  2. Bob Dylan, Beck, and Woody Guthrie all were buskers once upon a time.
  3. Then later I got to Woody Guthrie, which opened up a whole new world at the time. (Web site)

Songwriter

  1. Bruce Springsteen discusses what Woody Guthrie taught him as a songwriter.

Years

  1. More than 30 years after his death, musicians -- and, indeed, Americans -- are just now figuring out what Woody Guthrie was about.
  2. In that phase, lasting a few years, he sang and wrote somewhat like the Woody Guthrie of 25 or 30 years earlier. (Web site)

Life

  1. This Land is Your Land explored the life and work of one of America's greatest folk heroes, Woody Guthrie.

Jimmie Rodgers

  1. There were old Appalachian folk ballads, and the songs of Jimmie Rodgers and Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

Generation

  1. During the mid-to-late 1950s and into the 1960s a new generation discovered Woody Guthrie, and some of his songs became very popular.

Jack Kerouac

  1. I was reared on the songs of Woody Guthrie and Hank Williams and the novels of John Steinbeck and Jack Kerouac.

Folk

  1. Rare Family Songs of Woody Guthrie, which looks like a great set of folk covers. (Web site)

Dylan

  1. Dylan presents Gallo as an outlaw with morals, in the tradition of songs like Woody Guthrie 's " Pretty Boy Floyd ". (Web site)
  2. And Dylan (who came to New York in search of direction and found his model in Woody Guthrie) got his big break from Joan, who fell in love with him.
  3. Dylan moved to New York City in January 1961, saying he wanted to meet Woody Guthrie, who by then was hospitalized with Huntington's chorea.

Randy Newman

  1. Morrissey introduced Paul to the traditional songwriting of Woody Guthrie and Mississippi John Hurt, as well as songwriters of the 60s, such as Randy Newman. (Web site)

October 1967

  1. Woody Guthrie died in October 1967, and Dylan made his first public appearances in 18 months at a pair of Guthrie memorial concerts the following January.

Tribute

  1. The American Music Masters series began in 1996 when the museum paid tribute to Woody Guthrie with a 10-day celebration of his life and legacy. (Web site)

Phil Ochs

  1. He produced fundraising tribute concerts for Phil Ochs, Paul Robeson, the Spanish civil war's Abraham Lincoln Brigade and, most memorably, for Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

Billy Bragg

  1. If you like Billy Bragg, I reckon Woody Guthrie and Christy Moore are the next best things.

Folk Music

  1. Most of the earliest recorded folk music was of this nature, but with Woody Guthrie, topical folk began making its way to record. (Web site)

American Folk Music

  1. And a voice that came from you and me Bob Dylan's roots are in American folk music, with people like Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie. (Web site)
  2. A Tribute to Woody Guthrie " is a necessary part of any serious collection of American folk music.

Burl Ives

  1. It was recorded by the BBC and CBS and features contributions by Burl Ives, Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger.

Joan Baez

  1. Two of the more famous folk singers are Woody Guthrie and Joan Baez.

Lyrics

  1. Put it this way: Jeff Tweedy uses Woody Guthrie lyrics to build songs.
  2. In addition, Wilco collaborated with Billy Bragg on the two Mermaid Avenue albums, which set music to the lost lyrics of Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

Idol

  1. Dylan was likely on his way to visit his idol Woody Guthrie.
  2. Marcus Carl Franklin, a young African American actor, plays Woody Guthrie, an 11-year old version of Dylan who names himself after his idol.

Belly

  1. Upon his release in 1940, Lead Belly returned to a surging New York folk scene, and befriended the likes of Woody Guthrie and a young Pete Seeger. (Web site)
  2. They quickly got connected with the city's burgeoning folk music circuit, working with Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, and Lead Belly.
  3. Episode Two also highlights the early folk revival with the emergence of Woody Guthrie and the recording of Lead Belly by John and Alan Lomax. (Web site)

Mid-July

  1. The Woody Guthrie Folk Festival is held annually in mid-July to commemorate the life and music of Woody Guthrie. (Web site)

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