A song for and about a long-haul trucker. Words & music by Steve Suffet. Lead vocal & guitar: Steve Suffet. Back-up vocal: Anne Price. Banjo: Robin Greenstein. Fiddle: Gina Tlamsa.
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A good old fashioned train song. Back-up vocal by Anne Price.
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The story of Boston's Great Molasses Flood of 1919. Back-up vocals by Laura Munzer. Fiddle by Gina Tlamsa.
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Dedicated to all the warriors of organized labor, past, present, and future. Back-up vocals by Joel Landy, Eric Levine, Jody Kolodzey, and Ray Korona.
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Traditional 19th century British miners' song. With Steve Suffet on dulcimer, Gina Tlamsa on fiddle, and a chorus of People's Music Network members from New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania.
Peak position #36
A true story. Boy meets girl in 1968. Back-up vocals by Anne Price, banjo picking by Robin Greenstein, and fiddling by Gina Tlamsa.
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The Evergreen Branch of the Long Island Railroad was only 2 miles long, running through Brooklyn and Queens, New York. Back-up vocal by Anne Price. Banjo by Robin Greenstein.
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