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Brother, can you spare a dime? [sound recording] : American song during the Great Depression.

Contributor(s): Crosby, Bing, 1903-1977 [prf] | Kemp, Hal [prf] | Vallée, Rudy, 1901-1986 [prf] | Gray, Glen, 1906-1963 [prf] | Baker, Kenny, 1912-1985 [prf] | Temple, Shirley, 1928- [prf] | Powell, Dick, 1904-1963 [prf] | Broonzy, Big Bill, 1893-1958 [prf] | Macon, Uncle Dave, 1870-1952 [prf] | Cox, Bill, 1897-1968 [prf] | Guthrie, Woody, 1912-1967 [prf] | Autry, Gene, 1907-1998 [prf] | Seeger, Pete, 1919- [prf] | Janis, Deane [prf] | Miller, Glenn, 1904-1944 [prf] | Delmore Brothers [prf] | Almanac Singers [prf] | Evening Breezes Sextet [prf] | Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.
Material type: MusicMusicSeries: Recorded anthology of American music: Publisher: New York : New World Records, p1977Description: 1 sound disc (47 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono. ; 12 in.Other title: American song during the great depression.Subject(s): Depressions -- 1929 -- United States -- Songs and music | Popular music -- 1931-1940DDC classification: 784.61 LOC classification: M1629
Contents:
Brother, can you spare a dime / Bing Crosby -- The boulevard of broken dreams / Deane Janis; Hal Kemp -- Life is just a bowl of cherries / Rudy Vallee -- In the still of the night / Glen Gray -- Love walked in / Kenny Baker -- On the good ship Lollypop / Shirley Temple -- Unemployment stomp / Big Bill Broonzy -- The gold diggers' song [ We're in the money] / Dick Powell -- All in and down and out blues / Uncle Dave Macon -- Fifteen miles from Birmingham / Delmore Brothers -- The coal loading machine / Evening Breezes Sextet -- NRA blues / Bill Cox -- I ain't got no home in this world anymore / Woody Guthrie -- The death of Mother Jones / Gene Autry -- All I want / Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers -- The white cliffs of Dover / Glenn Miller and his orchestra.
Bing Crosby ; Deane Janis; Hal Kemp ; Rudy Vallee ; Glen Gray ; Kenny Baker ; Shirley Temple ; Big Bill Broonzy ; Dick Powell ; Uncle Dave Macon ; Delmore Brothers ; Evening Breezes Sextet ; Bill Cox ; Woody Guthrie ; Gene Autry ; Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers ; Glenn Miller and his orchestra.
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At head of title: Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.

Originally issued on various labels.

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"American songs during the Great Depression," by Charles Hamm; program notes, including discographical information; "Selected bibliography"; and "Selected discography" (6 p. : ill.) bound in container.

Brother, can you spare a dime / Bing Crosby -- The boulevard of broken dreams / Deane Janis; Hal Kemp -- Life is just a bowl of cherries / Rudy Vallee -- In the still of the night / Glen Gray -- Love walked in / Kenny Baker -- On the good ship Lollypop / Shirley Temple -- Unemployment stomp / Big Bill Broonzy -- The gold diggers' song [ We're in the money] / Dick Powell -- All in and down and out blues / Uncle Dave Macon -- Fifteen miles from Birmingham / Delmore Brothers -- The coal loading machine / Evening Breezes Sextet -- NRA blues / Bill Cox -- I ain't got no home in this world anymore / Woody Guthrie -- The death of Mother Jones / Gene Autry -- All I want / Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers -- The white cliffs of Dover / Glenn Miller and his orchestra.

Bing Crosby ; Deane Janis; Hal Kemp ; Rudy Vallee ; Glen Gray ; Kenny Baker ; Shirley Temple ; Big Bill Broonzy ; Dick Powell ; Uncle Dave Macon ; Delmore Brothers ; Evening Breezes Sextet ; Bill Cox ; Woody Guthrie ; Gene Autry ; Pete Seeger & Almanac Singers ; Glenn Miller and his orchestra.

Recorded 1931-1941.

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