'Til We Outnumber 'Em

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Commercially Released: May 23, 2000
Label: Righteous Babe
Produced by Ani DiFranco
Recorded by John Reynolds at Severance Hall and Case Western Reserve University
Mastered by Greg Calbi at Sterling Sound
Mixed by Ani DiFranco at Congress House Studio
Design by Maryann Southard and Michael Simon
Photography by Roger Mastroianni

Overview

'Til We Outnumber 'Em is a live registration of a 1996 performance at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum when various performers gathered for a tribute concert devoted to 20th century political folk pioneer Woody Guthrie. Spoken word, between songs by Guthrie's son Arlo and protégé Ramblin' Jack Elliot, is all done by actor Tim Robbins and activist/singer Country Joe McDonald. Guthrie's music has clearly touched musicians of every generation and genre and with a little help from Ani DiFranco and modern technology, his music is still accessible in the current century.

Released

# Song Title Running Time Release
1. HARD TRAVELIN' HOOTENANNY 1 3:30 GUEST: GUTHRIE
6. RIDING IN MY CAR 1:55 GUEST: GUTHRIE
13. PLANE WRECK AT LOS GATOS (DEPORTEE) 3:07 GUEST: GUTHRIE
19. 'TIL WE OUTNUMBER 'EM (THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND) 1 2:37 GUEST: GUTHRIE

Total Running Time: 41:05

1: With all severence hall cast.

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