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1. Gordon Wood

  • Published: 2017-05-03T13:37:43Z
  • By BmGator
Gordon Wood

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2. Gordon Wood

Gordon Wood

The American Revolution and the Pamphlet Debate: A Conversation with Gordon Wood - See more at: http://www.libertylawsite.org/category/podcast/page/2/#sthash.umGN674y.dpuf

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4. RUN JOHNNY RUN (Wood)

RUN JOHNNY RUN (Wood)

RUN JOHNNY RUN Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar, bass guitar Phil Bird - acoustic guitar, banjo, mandolin, drums, backing vocal Selwyn Read - violin Produced by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released April 2013 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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5. HIGHWAY BLUES (Wood)

HIGHWAY BLUES (Wood)

HIGHWAY BLUES Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar Phil Bird - acoustic lead guitar, acoustic 12-string Produced by Phil Bird and Gordon Wood Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released April 2009 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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6. AND THE SUN WILL SHINE (Wood)

AND THE SUN WILL SHINE (Wood)

AND THE SUN WILL SHINE Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar, bass guitar Phil Bird - electric guitars, drums, harmonies Vocal harmony arrangements by Phil Bird Produced by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released September 2010 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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7. SO LONG BLUES (Wood) - Acoustic

SO LONG BLUES (Wood) - Acoustic

SO LONG BLUES Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass guitar Phil Bird - acoustic lead guitar, backing vocal Produced by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released February 2012

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8. SO LONG BLUES (Wood)

SO LONG BLUES (Wood)

SO LONG BLUES Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar, acoustic bass guitar Phil Bird - lead guitar, drums, backing vocal Produced by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Originally released November 2009. This version released February 2012 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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9. MIDNIGHT RODEO (Wood)

MIDNIGHT RODEO (Wood)

MIDNIGHT RODEO Words and Music by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal, acoustic guitar, bass guitar Phil Bird - lead guitar, mandolin Aaron Cass - drums Produced by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released November 2009 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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10. HONEY, YOU'RE STILL ON MY MIND (Wood-Bird)

HONEY, YOU'RE STILL ON MY MIND (Wood-Bird)

HONEY, YOU'RE STILL ON MY MIND Music by Gordon Wood and Phil Bird; Lyrics by Gordon Wood Gordon Wood - vocal Phil Bird - acoustic guitar, slide guitar Produced by Phil Bird and Gordon Wood Recorded by Phil Bird at Birdsroost Studios, Cheltenham, UK Released April 2009 DOWNLOAD TRACK

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11. Episode 19: Gordon S. Wood

Episode 19: Gordon S. Wood

John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on the fiftieth anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1826. Reportedly Adams’ last words were “Thomas Jefferson survives”—without realizing his former vice president had predeceased him. Despite the fact that the political colleagues faced off in one of the dirtiest presidential campaigns in American history, the pair ended their lives not only at the same time but as friends who had exchanged letters for years. But their previously acrimonious relationship as leading figures of our first political parties, Pulitzer Prize–winning historian Gordon S. Wood points out in his new book, had an immense effect on the eventual shape of the United States’ political fault lines and culture. Lewis H. Lapham talks with Gordon S. Wood, author of Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Thanks to our generous donors. Lead support for this podcast has been provided by Elizabeth “Lisette” Prince. Additional support was provided by James J. “Jimmy” Coleman Jr.

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12. Gordon Wood on War and Executive Authority

Gordon Wood on War and Executive Authority

Historian Gordon Wood on how the founding fathers tried to avoid war through economic sanctions in part in fear that the executive would gain too much power during wartime.

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13. Cruising around the world; then, getting men to become school teachers; plus, author Gordon Wood

Cruising around the world; then, getting men to become school teachers; plus, author Gordon Wood

In this episode of American Voices: A couple who quit their jobs, sold their home, bought a boat, and have been cruising around the world; then, Jason Terrell of Profound Gentlemen, on getting men to become school teachers, specifically men of color; and author Gordon Wood remembers a perfect moment. You can catch American Voices on SiriusXM Radio, Channel 124. Visit us on Facebook to find out more, www.facebook.com/Americanvoiceswithsenatorbillbradley

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14. Law and You (71) Gordon Wood Case

Law and You (71) Gordon Wood Case

Convicted of murder, jailed for three years and then finally acquitted, Gordon Wood is suing the state of New South Wales for malicious prosecution and wrongful imprisonment.(Bị kết tội sát nhân, phải ngồi tù ba năm và cuối cùng được tuyên trắng án năm 2012, ông Gordon Wood mấy tuần nay đang đệ đơn kiện tiểu bang NSW với hai cáo buộc là "truy tố ác ý" và "bỏ tù oan" đối với ông.)

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17. SALON: Historian Gordon Wood | March 16, 2018

SALON: Historian Gordon Wood | March 16, 2018

Acclaimed historian and winner of the Pulitzer and Bancroft prizes Gordon Wood discusses his recent book, Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, a dual biography of two of America’s most enduringly fascinating figures, whose partnership helped birth a nation, and whose subsequent falling out did much to fix its course. Sponsored by Agniel Commodities, LLC The Spring 2018 program season is generously sponsored by Bank of America.

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18. Highway Blues ( clip) by Gordon Wood @ We Got The Blues

Highway Blues ( clip) by Gordon Wood @ We Got The Blues

Gordon Wood & Phil Bird (Gloucestershire / Cheltenham ) LIVE BLUES / ROOTS - Acoustic rock & roll, blues and country at it's best! Gordon Wood's own songs plus material by the likes of Townes Van Zandt, Bo Diddley, Johnny Cash and Dylan. Accompanied by guitar maestro Phil Bird. ‘Wood’s finely crafted, heartfelt songs jigsaw into a panorama of the best influences in rock, blues and country’------ ‘In these days of mass-marketed mediocrity what a joy it is to hear some full-tilt rock and blues played with virtuosity and heartfelt conviction’ ... BOOK GORDON WOOD at WE GOT THE BLUEShttp://www.wegottheblues.co.uk

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19. Friends Divided by Gordon S. Wood, read by James Lurie

  • Published: 2017-08-11T06:22:51Z
  • By PRH Audio
Friends Divided by Gordon S. Wood, read by James Lurie

From the great historian of the American Revolution, New York Times-bestselling and Pulitzer-winning Gordon Wood, comes a majestic dual biography of two of America's most enduringly fascinating figures, whose partnership helped birth a nation, and whose subsequent falling out did much to fix its course.Thomas Jefferson and John Adams could scarcely have come from more different worlds, or been more different in temperament. Jefferson, the optimist with enough faith in the innate goodness of his fellow man to be democracy's champion, was an aristocratic Southern slaveowner, while Adams, the overachiever from New England's rising middling classes, painfully aware he was no aristocrat, was a skeptic about popular rule and a defender of a more elitist view of government. They worked closely in the crucible of revolution, crafting the Declaration of Independence and leading, with Franklin, the diplomatic effort that brought France into the fight. But ultimately, their profound differences would lead to a fundamental crisis, in their friendship and in the nation writ large, as they became the figureheads of two entirely new forces, the first American political parties. It was a bitter breach, lasting through the presidential administrations of both men, and beyond. But late in life, something remarkable happened: these two men were nudged into reconciliation. What started as a grudging trickle of correspondence became a great flood, and a friendship was rekindled, over the course of hundreds of letters. In their final years they were the last surviving founding fathers and cherished their role in this mighty young republic as it approached the half century mark in 1826. At last, on the afternoon of July 4th, 50 years to the day after the signing of the Declaration, Adams let out a sigh and said, "At least Jefferson still lives." He died soon thereafter. In fact, a few hours earlier on that same day, far to the south in his home in Monticello, Jefferson died as well. Arguably no relationship in this country's history carries as much freight as that of John Adams of Massachusetts and Thomas Jefferson of Virginia. Gordon Wood has more than done justice to these entwined lives and their meaning; he has written a magnificent new addition to America's collective story.Available for purchase at:Amazon - Audiobook (CD format)Barnes & Noble - Audiobook (CD format)Books A Million - Audiobook (CD format)Hudson BooksellersIndieBound - Audiobook (CD format)Powell's - Audiobook (CD format)TargetWalmart - Audiobook (CD format)Google Play StoreiBooksKoboAudible - Audiobook (Downloadable format)audiobooks.com - Audiobook (Downloadable format)downpour - Audiobook (Downloadable format)eMusic - Audiobook (Downloadable format)

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