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The Frozen Logger - Joe Glazer - Sings Songs For Woodworkers (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Jun 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Frozen Logger - The Weavers - (Lyrics needed) YouTube Pete Seeger and Fred Hellerman (The Weavers) reunite to sing The Frozen Logger - Duration: mtlborn 49,
  2. The Frozen Logger was performed 8 times by the Grateful Dead. The majority of these were in with subsequently just single performances in , and The Frozen Logger was copyrighted by Stevens and Haglund in The song was performed by Haglund on radio and first recorded by Earl Robinson.
  3. 2. “I see you are a logger, and not just a common bum, ‘Cause no one but a logger stirs his coffee with his thumb. 3. My lover was a logger, there’s none like him today; If you poured whisky on it, he’d eat a bale of hay. 4. He never shaved his whiskers from off of his horny hide; He hammered in the bristles, and bit them off inside. 5.
  4. Grateful Dead Frozen Logger Song Lyrics. Frozen Logger Song lyrics performed by Grateful Dead: As I strolled out one evening within a small cafe A forty year old waitress to me these words did say I see that you are a logger and not just a common bum Because no one but a logger .
  5. Come all you jolly fellows and listen to my song. It's all about the shantyboys and how they get along. [The Lumber Camp Song] in this collection of Songs for Woodworkers Joe Glazer definitely captures the essence of the jolly spirit of the men and women that often worked in .
  6. As i set down one evening in a timber town cafe a six foot-seven waitress, to me these words did say "i see you are a logger and not a common bum for no one but a logger stirs his coffee with his thumb "my lover was a logger, there's none like him today if you'd sprinkle whisky.
  7. "Come all you jolly fellows and listen to my song. It’s all about the shantyboys and how they get along." [The Lumber Camp Song] In this collection of Songs for Woodworkers Joe Glazer definitely captures the essence of the jolly spirit of the men and women that often worked in rather harsh and dangerous conditions. In celebration of the International Woodworkers of America’s 40th.
  8. JOE GLAZER SINGS Songs for WOODWORKERS C. (IWA) a major strike of the Industrial Workers of the World (IWW) or Wobblies. 2. THE FROZEN LOGGER is a lighthearted bit of fantasy composed in folk-style by James Steven in 3. THE SHANTYMAN'S LIFE, a plaintive review of the harsh life in this album by Joe Glazer. (See lyrics to.
  9. Sung by Joe Glazer and Bill Friedland. 01 There is Power in a Union (Joe Hill) 02 Scissor Bill (Joe Hill) 03 Workingmen Unite! (E. S. Nelson) 04 Popular Wobbly (T-Bone Slim) 05 Boom went the Boom.

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