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Home In This World: Woody Guthrie's Dustbowl Ballads
Artist: Various Artists
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 09/10/2021
UPC: 075678642555

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1. Dust Bowl Blues - Shovels ; Rope
2. I Ain't Got No Home in This World Anymore - Lost Dog Street Band
3. Blowin' Down This Road - Watkins Family Hour
4. Pretty Boy Floyd - John Paul White
5. Dusty Old Dust - Lee Ann Womack
6. Do Re Mi - Colter Wall
7. Talkin Dust Bowl Blues - Waxahatchee
8. Tom Joad Part 1 - Chris Thile
9. Tom Joad Part 2 - Lillie Mae
10. The Great Dust Storm - the Felice Brothers
11. Dust Cain't Kill Me - the Secret Sisters
12. Dust Bowl Refugee - Swamp Dogg
13. Dust Pneumonia Blues - Mark Lanegan
14. Vigilante Man - Parker Millsap

More Info:

2021 release, a reimagined version of American folk icon Woody Guthrie's groundbreaking 1940 album, Dust Bowl Ballads. Curated by Grammy Award-winning music supervisor and producer Randall Poster, Home In This World arrives with the endorsement of the Woody Guthrie Estate. Cited as one of the first concept albums ever, Dust Bowl Ballads' 14 tracks ring true nearly four generations later as America faces a different kind of depression and looming climate crisis. Now celebrating it's 81st anniversary, the record has been reimagined for a new era by a cross-genre collective of artists. Poster has assembled an all-star cast of everyone from Grammy Award winners Lee Ann Womack and John Paul White to grunge poet laureate Mark Lanegan and rising country and Americana star Lillie Mae, acclaimed husband-and-wife folk duo Shovels & Rope, virtuosic mandolinist Chris Thile, celebrated Canadian cowboy Colter Wall, bluegrass phenomenon Watkins Family Hour, and indie stalwarts Waxahatchee.