Hard Travelin'
Prestige-International's 1960 Sings the Songs of Woody Guthrie and 1961 Ramblin' Jack Elliott albums
Fantasy
1989
76 minutes

1. Hard Travelin' (Guthrie) - 2:33
2. Grand Coulee Dam (Guthrie) - 2:23
3. New York Town (Guthrie) - 3:35
4. Tom Joad (Guthrie) - 6:14
5. Howdido (Guthrie) - 1:29
6. Talking Dust Bowl (Guthrie) - 2:42
7. This Land Is Your Land (Guthrie) - 2:24
8. Pretty Boy Floyd (Guthrie) - 3:09
9. Philadephia Lawyer (Guthrie) - 2:28
10. Talking Columbia (Guthrie) - 2:43
11. Dust Storm Disaster (Guthrie) - 2:46
12. Riding in My Car (Guthrie) - 1:55
13. 1913 Massacre (Guthrie) - 3:30
14. So Long (Guthrie) - 3:14
15. Sadie Brown (Rodgers, Jimmie) - 2:07
16. East Virginia Blues (Traditional, P.D.) - 3:38
17. I Belong to Glasgow (Will Fyffe) - 3:47
18. The Cuckoo (Traditional, P.D.) - 2:13
19. Roll in My Sweet Baby's Arms (Traditional, P.D.) - 2:45
20. South Coast (Ross-Eskin-Derr) - 4:02
21. San Francisco Bay Blues (Jesse Fuller) - 1:56
22. Last Letter (Traditional, P.D.) - 2:24
23. Candyman (Reverend Gary Davis) - 2:42
24. The Tramp on the Street (Cole-Cole) - 3:13
25. Railroad Bill (Traditional, P.D.) - 5:07

One track, the Ray Charles steaming "I Love Her So/ I Got a Woman," which was included on the original Ramblin' Jack Elliott release is not on this release.

An almost no nonsense Jack Elliott, eager to secure his foothold, glides through both the known and the previously unknown with the instincts of a brave captain.

Inspect reviews, herded in from all over.