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Ani DiFranco And Utah Phillips - Fellow Workers Album

Ani DiFranco And Utah Phillips - Fellow Workers Album
Performer:
Ani DiFranco And Utah Phillips
Album:
Fellow Workers
Style:
Folk Rock
Released:
1999
Country:
US
Label:
Righteous Babe Records
Catalog:
PRO20151
FLAC size:
2584 mb
MP3 size:
2335 mb
WMA size:
1805 mb


Tracklist


1Unless You Are Free
2Shoot Or Stab Them
3The Saw Playing Musician
4Pie In The Sky
5Dump The Bosses
6Stupid's Pledge
7Lawrence
8Direct Action
9The Silence That Is Me
10I Will Not Obey
11The Internationale
12Stupid's Song
13The Most Dangerous Woman
14Joe Hill (Instrumental)
15Bread And Roses
16Why Come?
17The Long Memory
18Joe Hill


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RBR015-DUtah Phillips / Ani DiFranco Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers ‎(CD, Album)Righteous Babe RecordsRBR015-DUS1999
COOK CD 182Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers ‎(CD, Album)Cooking Vinyl, Righteous Babe RecordsCOOK CD 182UK1999
RBR 015-DUtah Phillips & Ani DiFranco Utah Phillips & Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers ‎(CD, Album)Righteous Babe RecordsRBR 015-DGermany1999
DMRB 012-02Utah Phillips, Ani DiFranco Utah Phillips, Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers ‎(CD, Album, RE)DiscMedi Blau, Righteous Babe RecordsDMRB 012-02Spain2000
ckv 13772Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers ‎(CD, Album)Righteous Babe Records, cooking vinylckv 13772Italy1999


Notes


Advance CD.


Album


Fellow Workers is an album by American folksinger Utah Phillips and American singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco. It was released May 18, 1999, on Difranco's own Righteous Babe Records. Fellow Workers is DiFranco's and Phillip's second collaboration, following The Past Didn't Go Anywhere. Fellow workers is the phrase with which members of the Industrial Workers of the World traditionally begin their public addresses. Joe Hill instrumental 2:36. Stupid's Song 2:43. Singerssongwriters Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco follow the success of their previous collaboration, The Past Didn't Go Anywhere, with 1999's Fellow Workers. As the title suggests, this album focuses on America's labor movement, telling its triumphs and troubles through stories, songs and poetry. Phillips, DiFranco and her touring band played for 40 guests in the living room of an old New Orleans mansion. This homey, intimate vibe comes across in the recording, adding a freshness to their versions of Bread & Roses and The Internationale, as well as. Fellow Workers - Ani DiFranco and Utah Phillips, Ani DiFranco, Utah Phillips. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Utah Phillips : Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Listen free to Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco Fellow Workers Joe Hill instrumental, Stupid's Song and more. 18 tracks 50:40. Ani DiFranco born Angela Maria DiFranco on September 23, 1970 is a Grammy Award winning singer, guitarist, and songwriter. She is known as a prolific artist having released nineteen albums and is widely celebrated as a feminist icon. Bruce Utah Duncan Phillips May 15, 1935 May 23, 2008 was a labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller, poet and the Golden Voice of the Great Southwest. Fellow Workers is ranked 39,636th in the overall chart, 6,964th in the 1990s, and 823rd in the year 1999. Ani Difranco and Utah Phillips - Fellow Workers - CD - New Condition: Brand New. Time left: 15h 9m 4s Ships to: Worldwide. Features Song Lyrics for Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco's Fellow Workers album. Utah Phillips And Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers Album. Artist: Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco. Album: Fellow Workers. Fellow Workers. Critic Score. User Score. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. The Past Didn't Go Anywhere. Contributions By. Alejandro González, royalflush. Utah Phillips Ani DiFranco Format: Audio CD. Please retry. Fellow Workers isn't an album of alternative rock or folk pop by any stretch. Rather, it's a musical stage on which Phillips tells stories of the American workers' plight and their struggle for rights as the nation developed. And it's a bloody powerful tale he tells, shot through with hardship and death, corruption and plain dirty dealing, and the indomitable spirits of the American men and women who refused to bow down and take less than they deserved