Joe Glazer Sings Labor Songs

Joe Glazer COLL01918

The first album in Collector Records’ series on industrial folklore and folksong, Joe Glazer Sings Labor Songs was recorded live in 1967 during a training program for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees held in Washington, DC. Including songs such as "We Shall Not be Moved," "We Are Building a Strong Union," "John Henry" and Glazer’s own "Too Old to Work." Listeners are guaranteed to be inspired to continue the "battle for social justice."


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Year Released 1982
Record Label Collector Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 2006 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / Collector Records

Genre(s) American Folk
Country(s) United States
Language(s) English

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101 Organizing Medley: We Shall Not Be Moved/ Roll the Union On Joe Glazer 2:26
102 Hold The Fort Joe Glazer 1:55
103 That's All Joe Glazer 1:41
104 Joe Hill Joe Glazer 2:35
105 Union Maid Joe Glazer 2:06
106 Casey Jones Joe Glazer 2:05
107 Which Side Are You On Joe Glazer 2:54
108 The Mill Was Made Of Marble Joe Glazer 3:56
109 Solidarity Forever Joe Glazer 2:30
110 Automation Joe Glazer 2:36
111 Hard Times In The Mill Joe Glazer 2:16
112 Look For The Union Lable Joe Glazer 2:44
113 John Henry Joe Glazer 4:04
114 Too Old To Work Joe Glazer 2:54
115 Union Buster Joe Glazer 2:45
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