Labor Day Weekend


August 30th, 2000 ~ The Toils and Triumphs of Woody Guthrie, in the words of his friends, family and fellow travelers. And "Working on a Building" with New Orleans' building craftsmen: The Black Men of Labor. Includes music for your picnics and parties from Sarah Vaughn, Fats Domino and the Grateful Dead.

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Hour One   Hour Two  
  • Goin Down the Road Feeling Bad Grateful Dead
    Grateful Dead, WB
  • John Henry Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry
    Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry Sing, Folkways
  • House Carpenter Kelly Joe Phelps
    Shine Eyed Mister Zen, Ryko
  • Working Class Hero John Lennon
    Lennon Legend, EMI
  • Instrumental: Slept Richard Buckner
    Since, MCA
  • SEGMENT: Woody Guthrie
  • Instrumental: Thirty Summers Cowboy Junkies
    The Caution Horses, BMG
  • Nine Pound Hammer Doc Watson
    Live at Wolf Trap,
  • Pay Day Blues Lowell Fulson
    The Complete Chess Masters, MCA
  • Blue Monday Fats Domino
    Out of New Orleans, Bear Family
  • Moanin' Sarah Vaughan
    Jazz Profile, Blue Note
  • Working on a Building Swan Silvertones
    Kings of the Gospel Highway, Shanachie
  • Working On a Building Charlie Feathers
    Honky Tonk Man, New Rose
  • INTERVIEW: Earl Barthe
  • Instrumental: Moanin' Buddy Guy
    The Complete Chess Studio Recordings, MCA
  • Big Boss Man Charlie Rich
    Feel Like Going Home, Sony
  • Working Man's Blues Louisiana Red
    The Lowdown Backporch Blues, Collectables
  • INTERVIEW: Tootie Montana
  • Got me a New Love Thing James Andrews
    Allen Toussaint & Friends – A Taste Of New Orleans, NYNO
  • A Hard Day's Night Peggy Lee
    Ultra Lounge - On the Rocks Part 1, Capitol
  • Instrumental: Nice Work If You Can Get It The Johnny Smith Quintet
    Moonlight In Vermont, Blue Note
  • Clean Up Woman Betty Wright
    The Best Of, Rhino
  • Hard Working Woman Carey Bell
    Good Luck Man, Alligator
  • Work Song Cannonball Adderley
    Greatest Hits, Fantsay
  • Work Song Oscar Brown Jr.
    Sin & Soul…and Then Some, Columbia/Legacy
  • INTERVIEW: Teddy Pierre
  • End Bed: Gloria's Step Bill Evans
    Village Vanguard Sessions, Milestone