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Woody Guthrie: Glory Days

Len Brown, Record Hunter, January 1991

Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan may never have strummed a note had it not been for the influence of the folk pioneer, Woody Guthrie. So why was he seen as such an important figure in the history of American music?

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