52. Labor Today.
Play
53. The Elegant Hobo.
Play
54. The Event That Shaped
the 20th Century.
Play
55. Down Under.
Play
56. Dealer's Choice.
Play
57. Labor Gazzette.
Play
58. Another Dealer's Choice.
Play
59. California.
Play
60. Poetry.
Play
61. Mulligan Stew.
Play
62. New and Old Friends.
Play
63. Folk Songs.
Play
64. Me Being Weird.
Play
65. Sad Old Songs.
Play
66. Maine.
Play
67. "The Wild Dogs of
Kitwanga."
Play
68. The Fading of the Old West.
Play
69. Nevada County Fair.
Play
70. Annual Labor Day.
Play
71. Now I Really Like This One.
Play
72. Good Company.
Play
73. Tell Me a Story.
Play
74. United Front.
Play
75. The Street takes You In.
Play
1. Introduction.
Play
2. The West.
Play
3. Busking.
Play
4. Holidays.
Play
5. Whimsical Stew.
Play
6. Tramping.
Play
7. Politics.
Play
8. Titanic.
Play
9. Radio.
Play
10. Hard Times.
Play
11. Radicalism.
Play
12. Musical Stew.
Play
13.Balck History Month.
Play
14. Cowboys.
Play
15. More Stew.
Play
16. Labor Songs.
Play
17. New Strike Music.
Play
18. Baseball.
Play
19. Utah.
Play
20. War & Peace.
Play
21. Mark Ross.
Play
22. Spoken Word.
Play
23. More Tramping.
Play
24. Rosalie Sorrels.
Play
25. Jungle Stew.
Play
26. A Magical Welcome.
LOAFER'S GlORY
The Hobo Jungle of the Mind
27. Kids.
Play
28. Memories of World War II.
Play
29. Animals
Play
30. Tramping Songs.
play
31. Labor's Untold Story.
Play
32. Out Loud and Suitably
Outlandish.
Play
33. Satire.
Play
34. The Progressive Movement Part 1.
Play
35. TheProgressive Movement Part 2.
Play
36 The Peogressive Movement Part 3.
Play
37. More Tramps Songs.
Play
38. Labor Songs.
Play
39. Peace.
Play
40. Off the Cuff.
Play
41. Utah Arcana.
Play
42. Spoken Word.
Play
43. Live Concert.
Play
44. Bodie Wagner.
Play
45. More Spoken Word.
Play
46. Tragicomedy.
Play
47. Meet Me at the fair.
Play
48. Radicals.
Play
49. Labor Day.
Play
50. Christian Music.
Play
51. My West.
Play



"As I courageously plow through miles of tapes, mountains of CDs, LPs, and old 78s, I offer music known and unknown and years of sheer recollection delicately hammered together into a one-hour weekly radio show. Songs and stories from Mickey Katz to Mongolian horseman, war and peace, tramping...all or most of it proving once again that no matter how long I vaccum, the bag is never full.s never full. Bruce "Utah" Phillips.
76. Broken Toe.
Play
77. Mysteries of a Hoho's Life.
Play
78. What is it About John McCormack.
Play
79. Utie and the Blowhards.
Play
80. Palm Trees & Polotics.
Play
81. Women in My Life.
Play
82. " No American Music."
Play
83. Thunder, Lighting & Rainbows.
Play
84. Anybody's Guess.
Play
85. Andrew Carnegie's Library.
Play
86. Tickle Up the Trout.
Play
87. White Pine Shorty.
Play
88. Pete Seeger & People's Songs.
Play
89. Talking NPR.
Play
90. Carl Sandberg.
Play
91. Earth First.
Play
92. Railroad Rag.
Play
93. Peace Rant.
Play
94. Songs Heard on the Road.
Play
95. Dignity Village.
Play
96. U. U. P. & Rosalie.
Play
97. The Future of Peace.
Play
98. Philo.
Play
99. Utah's Songbook.
Play
100. Pick of the Litter.
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