Composer: Various
Lyricist: Various

Opened: September 1975, Kennedy Center, Washington, D.C.
Performances: Unknown

Note: I have only compiled discological information for original cast member performances.

Amazing Grace (M/L: Traditional):

1. Classic Southern Gospel, CD/Smithsonian Folkways 40137 (Clint Howard, Doc Watson, and Jean Ritchie)

Follow Washington (M/L: Oscar Brand):

1. Presidential Campaign Songs: 1789-1996, CD/Smithsonian Folkways 45051 (Oscar Brand)

Now Is The Cool Of The Day (M/L: Jean Ritchie):

1. None But One, CD/Greenhays 70708 (Jean Ritchie with music directed by Ron Frangipane and musicians including Jonathan Pickow and Peter Pickow)

This Land Is Your Land (M/L: Woody Guthrie):

1. Presidential Campaign Songs: 1789-1996, CD/Smithsonian Folkways 45051 (Oscar Brand)

You'll Never Walk Alone (M: Richard Rodgers; L: Oscar Hammerstein II) (originally used in CAROUSEL):

1. The Sullivan Years: An Evening With Rodgers And Hammerstein, CD/TVT Records 9442 (John Raitt)

Other Material:

Anti-Lincoln Song
Aquarius (M: Galt MacDermot; L: Gerome Ragni; James Rado) (originally used in HAIR)
Blood On The Saddle
Bury Me Not
Chisholm Trail
Farewell To America (M/L: Oscar Brand)
Free Americay
Hanged Be The Bureaucrats
Happy Days Are Here Again (M: Milton Ager; L: Jack Yellen)
Home On The Range
How Ya Gonna Keep 'Em Down On The Farm (M: Walter Donaldson; L: Sam M. Lewis)
Jefferson And Liberty
John Wilkes Booth (M/L: Jean Ritchie)
The Long, Long Trail
Mademoiselle From Armentieres
Motherless Song
Okie From Muskogee
One Step Farther Than The Moon (M/L: Oscar Brand)
Remember Pearl Harbor
Sing America Sing (M/L: Oscar Brand)
Slavery Chain
Square Dance
St. Louis Blues (M/L: W.C. Hanley)
The Union Forever
We Are The Negro Soldiers
Wonderful Country (M/L: Oscar Brand)