Talking Union & Other Union Songs
|Studio album by Almanac Singers|
|Label||Keynote 1941 Release,
Smithsonian Folkways 1955
|Almanac Singers chronology|
Talking Union is a 1941 album by the Almanac Singers: Millard Lampell, Lee Hays and Pete Seeger. It was selected by the Library of Congress as a 2010 addition to the National Recording Registry, which selects recordings annually that are "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
|1.||All I Want||Jim Garland|
|2.||Get Thee Behind Me, Satan||Lampell, Hays, Seeger|
|3.||Talking Union||Lampell, Hays, Seeger|
|4.||Union Maid||Woody Guthrie|
|6.||Which Side Are You On||Florence Reece|
In 1955 the album was rereleased on the Smithsonian Folkways label as The Original Talking Union & Other Union Songs, expanded with seven songs by Pete Seeger and Chorus (comprising side A). The track listing for this release is:
- "We Shall Not Be Moved"
- "Roll the Union On"
- "Casey Jones (The Union Scab)"
- "Miner's Lifeguard"
- "Solidarity Forever"
- "Join the Union"
- "Hold the Fort"
- "Get Thee Behind Me, Satan"
- "Union Maid"
- "I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister (All I Want)"
- "Talking Union"
- "Union Train"
- "Which Side Are You On?"
- "The National Recording Registry 2010". Library of Congress. Retrieved April 10, 2011.