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Calling Trains - Utah Phillips - Good Though! (CD)

9 Reply to “ Calling Trains - Utah Phillips - Good Though! (CD) ”

  1. Dagore says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from Good Though by Utah Phillips Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Zugrel says:
    May 23,  · Bruce Duncan "Utah" Phillips (May 15, – May 23, ) was an American labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and the "Golden Voice of the Great Southwest". He described the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action, self-identifying as an anarchist. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the World in his music, actions, and words. Phillips was born in.
  3. Telabar says:
    Jul 31,  · Face coverings became mandatory on trains, buses, Tubes, coaches, trams, planes and ferries on June 15, with ministers warning that police and .
  4. Kigalabar says:
    About Utah Phillips. Card-carrying Wobbly and raconteur of the rural Southwest, Utah Phillips is revered for his unadorned but intensely lyrical balladry and his ability to engage audiences with the wisdom and down-home bonhomie of an old-timey cracker-barrel philosopher. More recently, Phillips has earned the adulation of angst-folky Ani Difranco.
  5. Kajile says:
    An avid trainhopper, Phillips recorded several albums of music related to the railroads, especially the era of steam locomotives. His album, Good Though!, is an example, and contains such songs as "Daddy, What's a Train?" and "Queen of the Rails" as well as what may be his most famous composition, "Moose Turd Pie" wherein he tells a tall.
  6. Zulkigis says:
    This train has got the disappearing railroad blues. Singing good morning America, how are you? Saying dont you know me, I’m your native son? Im the train they call the City of New Orleans Ill be gone miles when the day is done (written by Steve Goodman).
  7. Gardashakar says:
    Utah Phillips Hailed as a Golden Voice of the Great Southwest, Bruce Duncan Phillips was also a labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and the. Phillips was born on May 15, in Cleveland, Ohio. Philips attended East High School in Salt Lake City. Since his father, Edwin Phillips, was a labor organizer, thus his parents' activism influenced much of his life's work.
  8. Goltijin says:
    I first discovered Utah Phillips in or thereabouts. I lived and worked in the San Jose area and listened to the very iconoclastic radio station KFAT. We ‘FATheads’ were fed a daily dose of Moose Turd Pie. To this day, I know every word by heart. Seeing Utah Phillips perform live was always high up .
  9. Fenrikazahn says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Utah Phillips - Good Though! at Discogs. Complete your Utah Phillips collection.4/5(18).

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