1 edition of Songs for Southern workers found in the catalog.
Songs for Southern workers
|Statement||prepared by Don West.|
|Contributions||Kentucky Workers Alliance.|
|LC Classifications||M1664.L3 S57 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
|LC Control Number||88192209|
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Songs for Southern Workers: Songbook of the Kentucky Workers Alliance Paperback – January 1, by Don West (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback $ Author: Don West.
OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. Description:  pages: portraits ; 21 cm: Contents: Up. --Not going to work and starve no more --Solidarity forever --I love my union --My country 'tis of thee --We are building a strong union --Oh, working men unite --My union card Songs for Southern workers book the union's ranks --Give me back my job again --Hold the fort --Rise up, ye workers --Down to Frankfort town.
The Southern Work Introduction The Story of The Southern Work. The 's was the decade of repeated appeals from the pen of Ellen G. White to the church, urging its evangelistic forces to enter the great harvest field of the South.
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In traditional cultures around the world, work is often accompanied by song. Americans have developed work songs for many occupations, from agricultural jobs like picking cotton, to industrial ones, like driving railroad spikes.
Iconic American figures such as cowboys had their work songs, as did sailors, whose songs kept work going smoothly on tall ships throughout the age of sail. Work songs, ballads recounting riveting exploits, and instrumental echoes of the once familiar sounds of the steam locomotive have enshrined the railroad in our musical memory.
Classic Railroad Songs mines the Smithsonian Folkways archives to create this tribute to a favorite American source of inspiration. page booklet.
71 minutes. Track. Dolly Parton, “9 to 5″ () You knew this was going to appear somewhere on this list sooner or later. Yes, “9 to 5” is possibly one of the most iconic songs about work, but because Dolly Parton is so sweet and so likable, it was easy for listeners at the time to miss how bitter, angry, and almost revolutionary the lyrics to her most famous song are.
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Simply put: without this song there is no Southern music genre (or rock or blues). The story goes that Johnson wanted so badly to be a blues musician that he sold his soul to the devil where highways 49 and 61 meet in Clarksdale, Mississippi.
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FREE USPS Media Mail Shipping!Seller Rating: % positive. This book reminds me of the Ancient Greek Hesiod's Works and Days - a nearly contemporary work with The Book of Songs. A composite work of ancient Chinese peasants and poets, it harkens to a time of planting and the mankind's suffering due to nature's and the ruler's capricious ways.4/5(18).
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It is among this book’s ironies that Gwendolyn had a master’s in social work, and made more money than the shelter employees.
“Maybe you can help me get a job,” one of the workers. Most of her work was set in the South, although Ms. Grau rolled her eyes at suggestions that she was a ‘‘Southern author’’ or a ‘‘Southern lady writer,’’ as journalists of the.About Southern Gospel Sheet Music.
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