From the archives: IWW/Utah Phillips record album

June 11, 2008 at 10:16 pm Leave a comment

Around the time Utah Phillips died, I found myself sorting through records and found one he was featured on. Among the PeaceSmiths archives is the album “Rebel Voices: Songs of the Industrial Workers of the World.” Included on the line-up are, in order: Utah Phillips, Faith Petric, Fred Hostien, Bruce Brackney, Marion Wade…This album is not for sale. (But, it has a yellow price tag on it from a previous PeaceSmiths yard-sale, I suppose.)


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