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The Most Dangerous Woman - Utah Phillips / Ani DiFranco - Fellow Workers (CD)

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  1. Fellow Workers, an Album by Ani DiFranco / Utah Phillips. Released on Righteous Babe (catalog no. RBR; CD). Genres: Contemporary Folk. The Most Dangerous Woman is probably the best story. Published. Utah Phillips is the star of the show here, and his stories and songs will certainly keep you entertained (his singing.
  2. Compact disc. Additional personnel and durations listed with program notes by Howard Zinn on insert. Credits: Produced by Ani DiFranco. Performer(s): Ani Difranco, vocals, guitars, banjo, mandolin, thumb piano, percussion ; Utah Phillips, vocals, acoustic guitar ; Mensabilly Band. Event notes: Recorded before a live in-studio audience.
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  4. The names of these two agitators are Utah Phillips and Ani Difranco and their method of subversion is their latest CD: Fellow Workers. (Righteous Babe Records RBR, available from ON-HER-OWN). Phillips is the singer/storyteller and Santa Claus look-alike with a voice as deep and as comforting as your grandfather's.
  5. Bruce Duncan "Utah" Phillips (May 15, – May 23, ) was an American labor organizer, folk singer, storyteller and spirinsosescihaslofadetiriver.coinfo described the struggles of labor unions and the power of direct action, self-identifying as an anarchist. He often promoted the Industrial Workers of the .
  6. But then he launched into the story of Mother Mary Harris Jones, the miners' friend, who at age 83 was labeled by President Theodore Roosevelt "the most dangerous woman in America" -- a fiesty champion of underground workers across the country, driving scabs from the coal pits with a broom and singlehandedly facing down a militia.
  7. May 04,  · Utah Phillips & Ani DiFranco 17) Dump The Bosses Fellow Workers () For those unfamiliar with the great Utah Phillips, read more about him on his Wikipedi.
  8. Fellow Workers is a folk album focusing on the early 20th century American labor movement. For the previous Ani/Utah collaboration, DiFranco added funk and rock-influenced instrumental tracks to existing tapes of Phillips’ stories culled from hours of recordings.
  9. When singer/storyteller Utah Phillips and musician / producer Ani DiFranco decided to join forces once again for a follow-up to their groundbreaking cross-generational collaboration, The Past Didn't Go Anywhere, Utah knew only that he wanted the new album to be "about anarchy."Ani knew she wanted to try something a little different from the earlier recording, which she had assembled in a.

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