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The first 100 copies shipped will contain a hand-signed letter by Nora Guthrie, Woody's daughter, her personal memories of the tribute concerts!
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Exclusive 3-CD set accompanied by two beautifully illustrated books containing historic liner notes and Guthrie biography, original concert reviews and photographs, attendees interviews and artists bios, and concert ephemera.
* DeLuxe packaging, two hardcover books
* Total no. of pages: 240, format 27 x 27 cms, in carton slipcase
* Total playing time: 218:22 minutes
* Total number of tracks: 100
* Folk, Singer/Songwriter, Americana
To be released: September 18, 2017
• Two ''Tribute to Woody Guthrie'' concerts were planned after Woody Guthrie’s death on October 3, 1967: at New York City’s Carnegie Hall on January 20th, 1968, and at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles on September 12, 1970
• Appearing at the January concert were Judy Collins, Bob Dylan
with members of The Band, Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Odetta, Tom Paxton, Pete Seeger.
• Appearing in Los Angeles were Joan Baez, Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Odetta, Country Joe McDonald, Richie Havens, Earl Robinson
and Pete Seeger.
The house band included members of Swampwater and Ry Cooder
• Originally released on two LPsIn addition, the fabulous 2017 set on Bear Family contains:
• Twenty never before released tracks!
• Bonus tracks include interviews with Judy Collins, Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Country Joe McDonald, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, and Pete Seeger
• Rare photos and never before seen stills from the Hollywood Bowl show film masters
• Essays by Will Kaufman, Wenzel, and Sean Wilentz
• Reproduction of the original 1972 TRO Concert Book includes historic and concert photos with music notations and lyrics.Wird am 18. September 2017 veröffentlicht
Bonus tracks with interviews: Arlo Guthrie, Judy Collins, Jack Elliott, Rick Robbins, Country Joe McDonald, Tom Paxton, Phil Ochs, Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan