3-CD/2-HBK Boxed Set, Woody Guthrie Tribute Concerts: Carnegie Hall 1968 + Hollywood Bowl 1970 + 2 DVDs: All Star Tribute Concert + Woody Guthrie at 100!

3-CD/2-HBK Boxed Set, Woody Guthrie Tribute Concerts: Carnegie Hall 1968 + Hollywood Bowl 1970 + 2 DVDs: All Star Tribute Concert + Woody Guthrie at 100!

3-CD/2-HBK Boxed Set, Woody Guthrie Tribute Concerts: Carnegie Hall 1968 + Hollywood Bowl 1970 + 2 DVDs: All Star Tribute Concert + Woody Guthrie at 100!
Pledge for this 3 CD, 2 hardcover book boxed set: Woody Guthrie Tribute Concerts: Carnegie Hall 1968, along with 2 DVDs: The All Star Tribute Concert + Woody Guthrie at 100!

The Exclusive 3-CD set is accompanied by two beautifully illustrated books containing historic liner notes and Guthrie biography, original concert reviews and photographs, attendees interviews and artists bios, and concert ephemera. A ''Tribute to Woody Guthrie'' was planned for two performances at Carnegie Hall on January 20th, 1968. The list of artists joined Woody's own friends and peers with the next generation of songwriters and musicians just coming into their own. Appearing at the January concert were Judy Collins, Bob Dylan (in the first public appearance after his motorcycle accident in 1966 with members of The Band), Jack Elliott, Arlo Guthrie, Richie Havens, Odetta, Tom Paxton, Pete Seeger. Actors Will Geer and Robert Ryan narrated the program. Both performances were sold out an hour after tickets went on sale. Those fortunate enough to attend participated in one of the most exciting and remarkable musical experiences of all time. Two years later, eighteen thousand people attended the west coast Tribute which took place on September 12, 1970, at the Hollywood Bowl. Disc 1: 1. Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie with Full Cast - This Train Is Bound For Glory 2. Robert Ryan - This machine kills fascists (Narration) 3. Will Geer - His name was Woodrow Wilson Guthrie (Narration) 4. Arlo Guthrie - Oklahoma Hills 5. Will Geer - Woody made up a thousand songs (Narration) 6. Judy Collins - So Long, It's Been Good To Know Yuh (Dusty Old Dust) 7. Robert Ryan - The voice of the people (Narration) 8. Woody Guthrie - Riding In My Car 9. Will Geer - My mother's name was Nora Belle Tanner (Narration) 10. Pete Seeger - Curly Headed Baby 11. Robert Ryan - Okemah, Oklahoma (Narration) 12. Odetta - Ramblin' Round 13. Will Geer - Earplayers (Narration) 14. Pete Seeger, Judy Collins and Arlo Guthrie - Goin' Down The Road (I Ain't Gonna Be Treated This A-Way) 15. Robert Ryan - My mother was an earplayer ... Pretty Boy Floyd (Narration) 16. Tom Paxton - Pretty Boy Floyd 17. Will Geer - I don't want it to sound smooth (Narration) 18. Richie Havens - Blues For Woody 19. Will Geer - There's a whole big army of us (Narration) 20. Judy Collins - Plane Wreck At Los Gatos (Deportee) 21. Richie Havens - Vigilante Man 22. Tom Paxton - Pastures Of Plenty 23. Bob Dylan - Grand Coulee Dam 24. Bob Dylan - Dear Mrs. Roosevelt 25. Bob Dylan - I Ain't Got No Home 26. Judy Collins - Roll On Columbia (part 1) 27. Robert Ryan - The Pacific Northwest (Narration) 28. Judy Collins - Roll On Columbia (part 2) 29. Pete Seeger and Richie Havens - Jackhammer John 30. Tom Paxton - Biggest Thing That Man Has Ever Done (The Great Historical Bum) 31. Judy Collins and Pete Seeger - Union Maid 32. Robert Ryan/Will Geer/Judy Collins - I don't know what this stuff called time is made out of (Narration) 33. Odetta, Will Geer, Arlo Guthrie with Full Cast - This Land Is Your Land Disc 2: 1. Full Cast - Intro This Train Is Bound For Glory 2. Peter Fonda and Will Geer - His name was Woodrow Wilson Guthrie (Narration) 3. Arlo Guthrie - Oklahoma Hills 4. Will Geer - Woody made up a thousand songs (Narration) 5. Joan Baez and Pete Seeger - So Long, It's Been To Know Yuh 6. Peter Fonda - This train (Narration) 7. Country Joe McDonald, Arlo Guthrie, Jack Elliott and Pete Seeger - Goin' Down The Road (Ain't Gonna Be Treated This A-Way) 8. Peter Fonda and Will Geer - My mother's name was Nora Belle Tanner (Narration) 9. Joan Baez - Hobo's Lullaby 10. Peter Fonda - Okemah, Oklahoma (Narration) 11. Odetta - Ramblin' Round 12. Will Geer - Earplayers (Narration) 13. Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie - I Ain't Got No Home 14. Peter Fonda - My mother was an earplayer ... Pretty Boy Floyd (Narration) 15. Country Joe McDonald - Pretty Boy Floyd 16. Richie Havens - Nine Hundred Miles 17. Will Geer and Peter Fonda - I sold newspapers (Narration) 18. Joan Baez - Plane Wreck At Los Gatos (Deportee) 19. Peter Fonda - I took off (Narration) 20. Odetta - John Hardy 21. Will Geer - I hit Pampa (Narration) 22. Jack Elliott, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, Earl Robinson, Country Joe McDonald and Arlo Guthrie - Hard Travelin' 23. Will Geer - '37 was a dusty year (Narration) 24. Richie Havens - Vigilante Man 25. Peter Fonda - The further west you walk (Narration) 26. Jack Elliott - 1913 Massacre 27. Arlo Guthrie - Do Re Mi 28. Will Geer - There's a whole big army of us (Narration) 29. Joan Baez - Pastures Of Plenty 30. Peter Fonda - The Pacific Northwest (Narration) 31. Earl Robinson and Pete Seeger - Roll On Columbia Disc 3: 1. Will Geer - Who made up this song' (Narration) 2. Odetta with Will Geer and Peter Fonda - Why Oh Why and A kid is... (Narration) 3. Earl Robinson - Mail Myself To You 4. Jack Elliott - Howdido 5. Peter Fonda - My body is naked (Narration) 6. Country Joe McDonald - Woman At Home 7. Will Geer - My ballad songs (Narration) 8. Pete Seeger - The Sinking Of The Reuben James 9. Will Geer - I hate a song (Narration) 10. Arlo Guthrie - Jesus Christ 11. Arlo Guthrie and Joan Baez (Background vocals: Odetta, John Pilla and Gib Guilbeau) - I've Got To Know 12. Arlo Guthrie, Country Joe McDonald, Odetta, Joan Baez and Pete Seeger - This Train Is Bound For Glory 13. Peter Fonda and Joan Baez - I don't know what this stuff called time is made out of and Clara (Narration) 14. Full Cast - This Land Is Your Land / So Long, It's Been Good To Know Yuh 15. Arlo Guthrie - ''The only thing I really remember ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 16. Arlo Guthrie - ''These events with a multitude of people ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 17. Judy Collins - ''First of all, your mom ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 18. Jack Elliott - ''I received an invitation ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 19. Jack Elliott - ''I was very excited about the whole thing ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 20. Rick Robbins - ''It was a mob scene ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 21. Rick Robbins - ''When he came out ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 22. Judy Collins - ''I was very nervous ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 23. Rick Robbins - ''I was very moved by ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 24. Tom Paxton - ''I was invited by ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 25. Tom Paxton - ''We all went on stage together ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 26. Tom Paxton - ''Oh, I look at pictures of me ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 27. Rick Robbins - ''And then after the show was more memories ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 28. Phil Ochs - ''The Woody Guthrie concert was my last straw ...'' (Interview) 29. Arlo Guthrie - ''The second time I had more of a hand ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 30. Country Joe McDonald - ''Well at the rehearsal ...'' (Interview by Sandy Miranda) 31. Country Joe McDonald - ''The soundcheck for the show I was sitting ...'' (Interview by Sandy Miranda) 32. Arlo Guthrie - ''One of the great things ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 33. Arlo Guthrie - ''I was with Warner Brothers at the time ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 34. Arlo Guthrie - ''The records were made taking bits and pieces ...'' (Interview by Michael Kleff) 35. Pete Seeger - "Woody Lives On ‰" 36. Bob Dylan - Last Thoughts On Woody Guthrie Two hardcover books: two beautifully illustrated books containing historic liner notes and Guthrie biography, original concert reviews and photographs, attendees interviews and artists bios, and concert ephemera. DVD: Woody Guthrie All Star Tribute Concert -1970 The Woody Guthrie All-Star Tribute Concert 1970 at the Hollywood Bowl celebrates the work of America's greatest folk singer. This rare and vintage historic tribute concert has never been seen before. It features Arlo Guthrie, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger, Country Joe McDonald, Odetta, Richie Havens, Ramblin' Jack Elliott and others in their prime. This star-studded event was a fundraiser for the California Chapter of The Committee to Combat Huntington's Disease now known as the Hereditary Disease Foundation as Woody died of Huntington's disease in 1967. This concert also features narration by actors Peter Fonda and Will Geer. Produced by 4-Time Emmy Award Winner Jim Brown. Extra material: Yes DVD: Woody Guthrie at 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center) Woody Guthrie at 100! Live at the Kennedy Center is the centennial celebration of the birth of America's greatest folk singer, Woody Guthrie. John Mellencamp, Jackson Browne, Tom Morello, Donovan, Ani DiFranco, Rosanne Cash, Old Crow Medicine Show and others perform many of Guthrie's classics along with recently recorded lyrics from the Woody Guthrie Archives. The DVD includes the full-length version of this historic concert recorded live at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 14, 2012. The DVD also includes additional performances by Judy Collins, Lucinda Williams, Jimmy LaFave, Rosanne Cash, Old Crow Medicine Show and Ramblin' Jack Elliott. DVD bonus features include: rare footage of Woody Guthrie singing "John Henry", "Ranger's Command" and "Greenback Dollar" as well as spoken pieces by Woody and others that are illustrated by archival photographs and documentary footage.
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