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Arlo Guthrie

by Arlo Guthrie

70s folk, released during the Watergate era. Mix of styles, from ragtime to downhome to hilarious.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. Won't Be Long
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2:40 album only
2. Presidential Rag
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4:29 album only
3. Deportees (Plane Wreck At Los Gatos)
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3:50 album only
4. Children Of Abraham
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2:27 album only
5. Nostalgia Rag
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2:54 album only
6. When The Cactus Is In Bloom
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2:20 album only
7. Me And My Goose
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2:01 album only
8. Bling Blang
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2:47 album only
9. Go Down Moses
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2:44 album only
10. Hard Times
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11. Last To Leave
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2:34 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the first time on CD from Rising Son Records. It has been out of print for several years. Now digitally remastered, we are pleased to make it available again with the best quality of sound available. The songs on this album are Arlo's usual eclectic mix that sounds familiar yet fresh all at the same time. "Me And My Goose" is a hilarious Arlo classic. "Presidential Rag" is a political snapshot of the early 70s. Arlo does Woody's "Deportees" and makes the song his own. This is a wonderful album, enjoy.


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