The Yiddish Side of Woody Guthrie

Washington Jewish Week: “But the Oklahoma-born son of a cowboy with political aspirations, all-American, inveterate wanderer and folk poet also created a collection of songs that speak directly to the Jewish soul, some of which even feature mamaloshen — Yiddish.” (via The Happy Booker)


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