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A typical Arlo Guthrie mix of contemporary folk songs and unexpected material from the past, with a little Bob Dylan and dad Woody Guthrie added for good measure. Guthrie's cover of Dylan's "When the Ship Comes In" is superb, as is his slide guitar take on Hoyt Axton's "Lightning Bar Blues." Also worth noting are renditions of Woody's sad ballad, "1913 Massacre," Axton's "Somebody Turned on the Light," and Guthrie's own "Days Are Short." And then there is his definitive cover of "The City of New Orleans," Steve Goodman's ode to the vanishing railroads of middle America. "New Orleans" was Guthrie's only real hit single, and its "Good morning, America, how are ya?" chorus ...
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All Music Guide - Jim Newsom
A typical Arlo Guthrie mix of contemporary folk songs and unexpected material from the past, with a little Bob Dylan and dad Woody Guthrie added for good measure. Guthrie's cover of Dylan's "When the Ship Comes In" is superb, as is his slide guitar take on Hoyt Axton's "Lightning Bar Blues." Also worth noting are renditions of Woody's sad ballad, "1913 Massacre," Axton's "Somebody Turned on the Light," and Guthrie's own "Days Are Short." And then there is his definitive cover of "The City of New Orleans," Steve Goodman's ode to the vanishing railroads of middle America. "New Orleans" was Guthrie's only real hit single, and its "Good morning, America, how are ya?" chorus echoed from AM radios throughout the land, making the song a folk music standard.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/27/2005
  • Label: Cd Baby
  • UPC: 722017206021
  • Catalog Number: 5637210575

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Arlo Guthrie Primary Artist, Guitar, Vocals
Technical Credits
Doug Dillard Contributor
Clarence White Contributor
Hoyt Axton Contributor
Arlo Guthrie Contributor
Ry Cooder Contributor
Linda Ronstadt Contributor
Cozy Cole Contributor
Clydie King Contributor
Jim Keltner Contributor
Max Bennett Contributor
Byron Berline Contributor
Roger Bush Contributor
John Craviotta Contributor
Nick DeCaro Contributor
James Luther Dickinson Contributor
Chris Ethridge Contributor
Wilton Felder Contributor
Barry Feldman Executive Producer
Venetta Fields Contributor
Gib Guilbeau Contributor
Anne Goodman Contributor
Richie Hayward Contributor
Donn Landee Engineer
Bill Lee Contributor
Thad Maxwell Contributor
Gene Merlino Contributor
Arnie Moore Contributor
Larry Gimmer Nicholson Contributor
Spooner Oldham Contributor
John Pilla Producer
Thurl Ravenscroft Contributor
Fritz Richmond Contributor
Jessica Smith Contributor
Lenny Waronker Producer
Thomas Molesky Reissue Design
Ann Goodman Contributor
William Cole Contributor
Daniel Labbatte Contributor
Judy Maizel Contributor
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    better than alice's

    i have this in vinyl from when my dad first played it for me what seems like 30 yrs ago. it was the first time i heard story tellingcome to life. raw, powerful (1913 mass. will crush you)pure.

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