8 thoughts on “ In The Earth, In The Grasses - Barbara Dane - When We Make It Through (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Akizilkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of When We Make It Through on Discogs.
  2. Malak says:
    Label: Areito - LD • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Cuba • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Barbara Dane con Pablo Menéndez - When We Make It Through / Cuando Logremos Pasar (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  3. Kigakree says:
    In the Earth, In the Grasses Lyrics: Woman, since the dawning, I hear voices in the earth and in the grasses / On the roads, among the people, on the breezes, from the children, from these.
  4. Kazijinn says:
    When We Make it Through. Folksinger and political activist Barbara Dane pays tribute to working class men and women in this collection of both original and cover recordings. Dane, once described by jazz critic Leonard Feather as “Bessie Smith in stereo,” sings original songs like “Working Class Woman” and “In the Earth, in the Grasses” and covers the .
  5. Nirisar says:
    Format: Vinyl LP album. Envoy Records, UK release from Original flipback jacket with laminated front. Gutsy rendition of traditional American folksongs by Barbara Dane on acoustic guitar, with accompanied by Tom Paley of the New Lost City Ramblers on guitar and banjo. 15 tracks including: When I Was A Young Girl; Little Maggie; Nine Hundred Miles; Turkey /5(11).
  6. Kehn says:
    In the Earth, In the Grasses; $ on iTunes 6. Unemployment Compensation Blues; $ on iTunes 7. Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? $ on iTunes 8. You Will Be Paid; $ on iTunes 9. Song to a Child; $ on iTunes When We Make it Through; Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes.
  7. JoJoshakar says:
    Barbara Dane When We Make It Through - Working Class Woman (Chico Buarque) - Millworker - Factory Girl - Truck-Driving Woman - In the Earth, In the Grasses - Unemployment Compensation Blues - Brother, Can You Spare a Dime? - You Will Be Paid - Song to a Child - When We Make it Through.
  8. Goltijinn says:
    is one. Another is Barbara Dane's The Kent State Massacre. Barbara Dane, born in Detroit on May 12, , became a political singer at an early age. Shortly after World War II and when she was just out of high school she was already appearing at events promoting racial equality; the pre-'60s term for civil rights.

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