Unknown Artist ‎– FSM's Sounds & Songs Of The Demonstration!

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Free Speech Movement ‎– FSM-4
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 The Sproul Hall Sit-In
A2 The Arrest Of Jack Weinberg
A3 From The Top Of The Police Car
B1 Battle Of Berkley Talking Blues
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – Dave Mandel (3)
B2 Join The FSM
Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – Dan Paik
B3 Free Speech Demonstration Blues
Guitar, Vocals, Harmonica, Composed By – Dave Genesen
B4 There's A Man Takin' Names
Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – Dan Paik
B5 Put My Name Down
Guitar, Vocals, Lyrics By – Lee FelsensteinMusic By – Woody Guthrie
B6 Womb With A View
Backing Vocals, Handclaps – Barry Jablon, Sue ChesneyGuitar, Composed By, Lead Vocals – Dan Paik
B7 Hey, Mr. Newsman
Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – Richard KampfHarmonica – Paul Gilbert (8)
B8 Lesson Of Berkley
Composed By – Richard SchmorleitzVocals, Composed By, Banjo – Dan Paik
B9 Bastion Of Truth
Guitar, Vocals, Composed By – Kevin Langdon

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Private Pressing - (c) Copyright General Records

FSM-Records Dept. Box 448, Berkeley, California 94704

The following notes are from the back of the Gatefold:

This record is comprised of songs written by students about the protest movement,(The Free Speech Movement, or FSM) and the sounds of the October demonstration.
Unfortunately, no tapes exist of the terrifying roar of the 50 Oakland police motorcycles called in againts the demonstrators.
However, you will hear students telling why they feel their actions are justified, as well as on-the-spot recordings of the arrest of Jack Weinberg and the famous Sproul Door Incident.

This record is dedicated to all who took part in the free speech fight, and specially to those who went to Jail for the constitutional freedoms of al students.

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plu4085

plu4085

March 22, 2011

I picked this LP up recently, and have never seen another copy. It appears to be quite rare, and a unique document from a vital watershed point in the American '60s. Just want to add that the sides appear to be reversed in the listing below, judging by the inner groove markings on the disc; side A is the one with the folk songs. Also the entry above refers to a "gatefold" but this is a regular single sleeve.