Franklin

Broadside : songs of our times from the pages of Broadside magazine / compiled and edited by Sis Cunningham.

Publication:
New York, N.Y. : Oak Publications, c1964-c1970.
Format/Description:
Musical score
3 v. of music : ill. ; 28 cm.
Subjects:
Ballads, English -- United States.
Protest songs -- United States.
Political ballads and songs -- United States.
Topical songs.
Place of Publication:
United States New York (State) New York.
Contents:
v. 1. Ramblin' boy ; Ballad of Ira Hayes ; Little boxes ; Talking Vietnam ; Bound for glory ; With God on your side ; Unemployment lament ; Keep on keeping on ; To be a man ; The shelter diggers ; The flowers of peace ; Mississippi goddam ; Train a-travelin' ; Paths of victory ; The times I've had ; The people are scratching ; The Birmingham Bull ; The great New York newspaper strike ; Mombo ; If you miss me at the back of the bus ; Turn around Miss Liberty ; The ballad of Roger ; Train for Auschwitz ; Punch press operator ; Links on the chain ; Song to be sung when the negotiators agree ; Ballad for Bill Moore ; Strangers in your town ; The Sharpeville Massacre ; Direct digit dialing song ; What did you learn in school today? ; Business ; Benny "Kid" Paret ; One man's hands ; Plains of Nebrasky-o ; Playboys and playgirls ; Old Jim Crow ; The boy salutes ; Talking riot blues ; Black stallion ; Ballad of Oxford, Mississsippi ; I can't help but wonder (where I'm bound) ; Ballad of Emmet Till ; Talkin' peace ; Freedom train ; That was the President and that was the man ; Nobody knows ; The rats ; The bumblebee ; Will you work for peace or wait for war ; Ballad of Medgar Evers (Too many martyrs) ; Hazard, Kentucky ; Ain't gonna let segregation turn us around ; The willing conscript ; Only a hobo ; Secret songs ; The Dola explosion ; Isn't it nice ; The power and the glory ; The ballad of Lou Marsh ; I can see a new day ; The submarine called Thresher ; Talking Christmas ; Last stop on the Jim Crow train ; Now that the buffalo's gone ; Talking Birmingham jam ; Talking civil rights ; Talking Crystal City ; Get on board, children, children ; I ain't a-scared o' your jail ; Ballad of Major Eatherly ; Masters of war ; The H-bomb's thunder ; Never turn back
v. 2. The Aberfan coal tip tragedy ; Abused-misused blues ; And freedom too ; The autumn wind ; Baby, I've been thinking ; Ballad of Alfred Packer ; Ballad of Birmingham ; Ballad of the door-key child ; The Birch Society ; Birmingham Sunday ; Bound to fly ; Burn, baby, burn ; Christine ; Cindy's cryin' ; The cities are burning ; Coal tattoo ; Cops of the world ; Crucifixion ; The cruel years ; Daily news, daily blues ; Daisy Queen ; Delta bum ; Don't listen to that man ; Don't talk to strangers ; Draft dodger rag ; Drums ; El picket sign ; Everybody's got a right to live ; Father's grave ; Fishin' with love ; The freedoms we've been fighting for ; Git gone ; Hanging tree ; Hell no, I ain't gonna go! ; Here's to
; Hide your heart, little hippy ; Hindends and elbows ; Hole in the ground ; I ain't marchin' anymore ; I don't mind failing ; If you love your Uncle Sam (bring them home) ; I'm goin' to get my baby outa jail ; Island of fear (Kitty's ballad) ; I've been told ; Jimmy Clay ; Joel and me ; John Brown ; Just a hand to hold ; The lazy dog ; Lead poison on the wall ; Little red hen ; Long time ; Lord, hold back the waters ; Love me, I'm a liberal ; The luvin people ; Lyndon Johnson told the nation ; Mahogany Row ; Manyura manyah ; The migrant's song ; More good men goin' down ; Mrs. Lady Bird ; My country, 'tis of thy people you're dying ; My Hudson River ; My land is a good land ; My name is Lisa Kalvelage ; Nectar of God ; Nervous Nellie ; The new restaurant ; Nobody's buying flowers from the flower lady ; Osceola's last words ; A President's prayer ; Rambler's lament ; Ring-around-a-rosy rag ; Ringing of revolution ; Saigon bar-girl ; Separation blues ; Shadow of the magic dancer ; Shady Acres ; Snow, snow ; The sound of war ; Springtime of the year ; Talking death of God ; Talking pop art ; Talking socialized anti-undertaker ; Talking Vietnam ; Tate's hell ; Ten thousand candles ; And the testimony's still comin' in ; Thirsty boots ; This a way ; The time will come ; Tin can alley ; Tomorrow's children ; Waist deep in the Big Muddy ; War blues ; Warm and freedom love ; Waves of freedom ; We didn't know ; Who's afraid to compromise ; You're just a laughin' fool
v. 3. The Algiers Motel ; All mixed up ; All my children of the son ; Are you bombing with me Jesus? ; Away o'ee ; The backlash blues ; The ballad of Martin Luther King ; Ballade vom Feind ; Bayou baby ; Been on the road so long ; Black Panther ; Blood on the grapes ; Boraxo ; Brother that ain't good ; Burn, baby, burn ; The calendar ; California's ship of state ; The Cardinal ; Changes ; Chaplain of the war ; The Chinaberry tree ; The circle ; Commuter-computer blues ; Computer love-song ; Cross my heart ; "Cush" Holston ; Delta blues ; Doesn't someone have a plan ; Empty boots ; Farewell Mr. Charlie ; Feet first baby ; Fires of napalm ; Follow ; Four women ; Garbage ; Go tell it on the mountain ; Help your brother's boat across ; Henry at the grating ; Hey Mr. Rockefeller ; I believe I do ; I never knew my brother ; If Jesus was alive today ; I've got to go down town ; Inners and outers ; It's enough to be young ; Janey's blues ; Joaquin Murieta ; Kill for peace ; Like the miller grinds the wheat ; Little wheel spin and spin ; Loneliness ; Long chains ; Lots of little soldiers ; Lullaby ; The man says jump ; Manhattan, Manhattan ; The market ; The marvelous toy ; May their system soon be broken ; Men of principle ; Mister Blue ; A mother's gift ; Move on over ; My Oklahoma home ; New Christ cardiac hero ; Nobody cares ; Oh, Chicago Town ; Our children are dying ; Pig Hollow ; A pickaxe and a stone ; Poor boy Michael Strange ; Porque los pobres no tienen ; Preserven el parque Elysian ; The pusher ; The raw recruits ; Revolution ; The rock ; Song of the sixties ; Stagolee ; Stay a little longer where it's warm ; Steve's ballad ; Student Edward ; 'Taterbug mandolin man ; They can't put it back l; This world has been a prison ; Trouble with Jesus ; Tungsten ; Twenty tons of T.N.T. ; Vahlsing pollutes it ; The war is over ; We didn't know ; The welfare song ; What if they gave a war and no one came? ; What will we do with our freedom ; When the morning comes again ; Wild hog ; Younger generation blues.
Notes:
Unacc. melodies with chord symbols.
Vol. 3 compiled and edited by A. Cunningham and A. Friesen.
Penn Provenance:
Rothman, Steven D. (donor)
Penn Chronology:
1964-1970
Contributor:
Cunningham, Sis, 1909-2004. , Editor
Friesen, Agnes. , Editor
ISBN:
082560060X (v. 3)
9780825600609 (v. 3)
OCLC:
2105830
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