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Eddys Song - Utah Phillips - The Telling Takes Me Home (CD)

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  1. Phillips, U. Utah / El Capitan, Philo () Phillips, U. Utah / The Telling Takes Me Home, Philo PH () Vance, A. T. Appearance as principal performer. Hey, Betty Martin, American Songbag, Harcourt, Sof (/), p Vance, C. V. Appearance as principal performer.
  2. Jan 30,  · I first saw Utah Phillips at the Smithsonian Festival in the early 70's. As a former Wobbly I always appreciated him, but I thought of him as more of a story-teller than a singer. 35 years later, I was stumbling down the dirt track which serves as the main street of the Kate Wolf Festival in Mendocino County and heard a woman singing from one of the smaller stages/5(20).
  3. View Utah Phillips song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. We have 1 albums and 63 song lyrics in our database.
  4. Bruce "Utah" Phillips (b. May 15, in Cleveland, Ohio; d. May 23, in Nevada City, Calif.) was a labor organizer, folk singer, songwriter, storyteller, poet and self-described "Golden Voice of the Great Southwest". He described the struggles of working people, labor unions and the power of direct action.
  5. Acapella recordings of this song have been rendered by Utah Phillips on the CD The Long Memory () and by John Larsen in Early Songs of Southern Idaho and the Emigrant Trails issued in by the Idaho Songs Project. Harry Orchard is in prison – the reason you all know. He killed Frank Steunenberg, right here in Idyho.
  6. Utah Phillips discography and songs: Music profile for Utah Phillips, born 15 May Genres: Contemporary Folk. Albums include Fellow Workers, We Have Fed You All a Thousand Years, and The Past Didn't Go Anywhere.
  7. Fellow Workers is an album by American folksinger Utah Phillips and American singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco. It was released May 18, , on Difranco's own Righteous Babe Records. Fellow Workers is DiFranco's and Phillip's second collaboration, following The Past Didn't Go Anywhere.
  8. When singer/storyteller Utah Phillips and musician / producer Ani DiFranco decided to join forces once again for a follow-up to their groundbreaking cross-generational collaboration, The Past Didn't Go Anywhere, Utah knew only that he wanted the new album to be "about anarchy."Ani knew she wanted to try something a little different from the earlier recording, which she had assembled in a.

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