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(1) Broadside Radio Show (New York, NY); May 1962
(2) Broadside Office Recordings (New York, NY); November 1962-March 1963
(3) March On Washington (Washington, DC); August 28, 1963

Tracklist: (1) Ballad Of Donald White, The Death Of Emmett Till, Blowin In The Wind (w/Seeger, Turner, and Cunningham)
(2) I'd Hate To Be You On That Dreadful Day, Oxford Town, Paths Of Victory, Walkin' Down The Line, Playboys And Playgirls, Talkin Devil, Farewell, Masters Of War, Let Me Die In My Footsteps [Happy Traum w/Dylan harp], Only A Hobo, John Brown; I Shall Be Free, Train A-Travellin', Cuban Missile Crisis
(3) Only A Pawn In Their Game (fragment), Only A Pawn In Their Game, Keep Your Eyes On The Prize (w/Baez and Chandler)

NOTE: Fan-circulated clone of the original Gunsmoke release, to which the excerpted comments were originally directed.

NOTE: The March On Washington material includes the excerpts from "Only A Pawn In Their Game" (and the embedded excerpts from speeches) from the Folkways LP We Shall Overcome as well as a complete version of the performance apparently taken from a broadcast recording.

DEEP: Excellent assemblage of often overlooked and underrated sessions. Highly commendable collection assembles all Broadside-related tracks, culled from a variety of sources. Recording quality varies markedly, but an excellent archival document. One for the purists, perhaps (sound is fine for the period, some a bit thin). Some fascinating and unique performances unavailable elsewhere. A nice cross section of early material. Details provided as to sources and dates of recordings. Recommended to those into this period - fascinating stuff.