Fascinating DVD of a show in Alan Lomax's Greenwich Village apartment in 1961.
Pete Seeger offers two gentle new releases, one looking at the present and future, the other recalling his time with Woody Guthrie.
U.S. Elevator offers surprising sounds that are happy, trippy, and slickly sophisticated.
No modern unplugged concert you've seen can match watching these great musicians hanging out in the casual atmosphere of Lomax's living room.
Little Seed is Elizabeth Mitchell's perfect interpretation of Woody Guthrie's wonderful children's songs and great music for children and adults.
The '60s folk ensemble's greatest hits.
Woody Guthrie was born 100 years ago, and this new 3-CD collection shows his music is still moving and relevant today.
Protest music for post 9/11. It isn't always pretty, but sometimes pretty can be overrated.
You can get anything you want at Alice's Restaurant, except Alice of course.
A chance to appreciate the breadth of subject material that captured Woody Guthrie's attention.