THE ALMANAC SINGERS
SONG FOR BRIDGES/BABE O'MINE


THE ALMANAC SINGERS, 1941: WOODY GUTHRIE, LEE HAYS, MILLARD LAMPELL, PETE SEEGER
(left to right)

(Keynote K 304 A/B), recorded late June 1941,
at an unidentified Central Park West studio.
Producer: Eric Bernay.
Released: July 1941.

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PETE SEEGER, vocal/banjo; LEE HAYS, vocal; MILLARD LAMPELL, vocal; WOODY GUTHRIE, guitar/vocal/
harmonica


Around June 23 or 24, Woody Guthrie returned to New York after completing a month-long songwriting stint for the Bonneville Power Administra- tion.
He headed directly to the Almanac House, the Twelfth Street loft where Seeger, Hays and Lampell lived. The trio welcomed Guthrie warmly, and recruited him for their third Keynote session....
Bernay rushed the record into print while "
Talking Union" was still in production.

Ronald D. Cohen & Dave Samuelson, liner notes for "Songs for Political Action," Bear Family Records BCD 15720 JL, 1996, p. 79.
 

 

  



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