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  • Millions of people who know the name Woody Guthrie, and are familiar with his songs like “This Land Is Your Land” or “Oklahoma Hills.”

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  • Truth-be-told, to paraphrase Woody Guthrie, we feel this (American and Louisiana) land is our land, "... from the New York Island (where I was born) to the Gulf Stream waters ..." where we have both been reborn.

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  • It's a cliché to some of us, others may have never heard it, but I will paraphrase Woody Guthrie who said, "Some will rob you with a shotgun and some with a fountain pen."

    Tom D'Antoni: Finally: The Death of "Greed Is Good"

  • After all, he cut himself from the same cloth as artists such as Woody Guthrie and Leadbelly, for whom performing was a matter of existential, if not economic, necessity.

    When to Leave the Stage

  • There will also be a number of covers of songs such as Woody Guthrie?

    Banding Together

  • By the time I heard of the person, "Woody Guthrie," as opposed to the "song by Woody Guthrie, 'This Land is Your Land,'" I had already heard of his son, Arlo Guthrie.

    Woody & Arlo Guthrie: True American Patriots

  • He was a profound influence on folk performers of the 1940s such as Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger, who in turn influenced the folk revival and the development of rock music from the 1960s onward, which makes his induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1988, early in the hall's existence, wholly appropriate.

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  • Some songs such as Woody Guthrie's "This Land Is Your Land" feature Little Feat members on vocals with guest artists Mike Gordon from Phish laying down the bass.

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  • Born and raised in Freehold, New Jersey, the son of a bus driver and a secretary, Springsteen was inspired by American folk legends such as Woody Guthrie and picked up his first guitar aged 13.

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  • 2 Comments so far c. cleaver on January 16th, 2009 @ 3:55 pm when you wrote "Woody Guthrie", you of course meant to write "Arlo Guthrie", right?

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