1913 Massacre And "Song To Bob Dylan"

1913 Massacre And "Song To Bob Dylan"

"1913 Massacre" Written By: Woody Guthrie "Song To Bob Dylan" Written By: Keith Jones Music By: Woody Guthrie

Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie.wmv

Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie.wmv

"Last Thoughts on Woody Guthrie" is a poem written by American singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, and recited live during his April 12, 1963 performance at New York City's Town Hall.[1] It was released in 1991 on The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 (Rare & Unreleased) 1961-1991 after circulating on bootleg releases for years, even appearing on the ten-LP box set Ten of Swords in 1985.

1913 massacre at the Italian Hall

1913 massacre at the Italian Hall

My great grandmother said she didn't smell any smoke, and told the children to stay put, and hold her skirt. They were some of the few to survive the trampling. My Mother Susan Heisler (Nestvold) and her three brothers didn't believe my grandma when she told this story.

Michael Fracasso performs Guthrie's 1913 Massacre Woody at 100 SXSW 2012

Michael Fracasso performs Guthrie's 1913 Massacre Woody at 100 SXSW 2012

Michael Fracasso, with wonderful support from Michael Ramos, gives a devastatingly poignant take on Woody Guthrie's 1913 Massacre, chronicling the human cost of corporate greed. Recorded 15 March 2012, Woody at 100, St. David's Bethel Hall, part of The Grammy Museum's celebration of Woody's Centennial. 008.AVI

1913 Massacre - Woody Guthrie

1913 Massacre - Woody Guthrie

Woody Guthrie 1913 Massacre The Asch Recordings Vol. 3 (1944) www.woodyguthrie.com

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