Don’t Mourn—Organize! Songs of Labor Songwriter Joe Hill (1990)
Anthony Seeger – Director and Curator
Matthew Walters – Managing Director
Dudley Connell – Operations Manager
Robert Forman – Operations Assistant
Suzanne Holder – Folkways Assistant
Daphne Shuttleworth – Designer
Jeff Place – Archivist
Lori Elaine Taylor – Assistant Archivist
Thanks for help in research to: Carlos Cortez, Jonas Furberg, Archie Green, Ed O’Reilly, Frank Proschan, Saul Schneiderman, Toshi Seeger, Todd Smith, and Nick Spitzer.
Thanks for permissions and recording to: Billy Bragg, Peter Jenner and Sincere Management; Hazel Dickens and Dudley Connel; Tony Engel; Joe Glazer; Si Kahn and Chuck Shuford; Bruce Kaplan; Mark Levy; Mats Paulson, Dag Haeggqvist, and Lillemor Laurent; Earl Robinson; Jon Tyler and Radio Smithsonian.
Billy Bragg appears courtesy Elektra Records.
Hazel Dickens appears courtesy Rounder Records.
I.W.W. Entertainment Workers IU 630 appears courtesy Flying Fish Records.
Si Kahn appears courtesy Flying Fish Records.
Mark Levy appears courtesy New Clear Records.
Mats Paulson appears courtesy Sonet Grammofon AB.
Paul Robeson appears courtesy Topic Records Ltd.
Special thanks to:
The Joe Hill Organizing Committee
214 East 5th South
Salt Lake City, Utah 84111-3204
The Industrial Workers of the World
3435 North Sheffield, Room 202
Chicago, Illinois 60657
This record is produced in conjunction with the Music of Struggle Program of the 1990 Festival of American Folklife sponsored by the Office of Folklife Programs, Smithsonian Institution. For more information on Music of Struggle and the extensive catalogue of labor and struggle titles on Folkways, write to Smithsonian/Folkways Records.
Designed by Daphne Shuttleworth
Produced by Lori Elaine Taylor
Technical Direction by Mickey Hart
Songs of labor songwriter Joe Hill
Smithsonian Folkways SF 40026
© (p) 1990 Smithsonian Institution
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