John O'Connor | We Ain't Gonna Give It Back

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We Ain't Gonna Give It Back

by John O'Connor

Original songs about the labor movement and working class struggles.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. This Old Town
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3:14 album only
2. Massachusetts
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5:13 album only
3. The Pressroom
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3:06 album only
4. Ballad of Labor Law
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3:53 album only
5. Saturday
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3:46 album only
6. You Must Pay the Rent
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3:26 album only
7. Go Down Pittston
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2:47 album only
8. It's a Dirty Old Hole
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3:56 album only
9. They Locked Your Old Man Out
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3:21 album only
10. Don't Come Into These Woods (With Scabbin' On Your Mind)
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2:24 album only
11. Carpal Tunnel
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2:36 album only
12. I'm Gonna Join the Union
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2:05 album only
13. The Triangle Fire
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3:44 album only
14. There Is a Strike in South Africa Today
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15. We Ain't Gonna Give It Back
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2:58 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 'We Ain't Gonna Give It Back', John O'Connor reaches into his own experience as a union leader to show us the depth of his skill, creativity an dcommitment.The songs, spotlighted by clean production and fine harmony singing, are wonderful: direct, simple, singable, powerful. Whe it comes to songs fo and about real working people today, John O'Connor is as good as they come.

Si Kahn


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