Music: September Records

Smartest users of music to make political points are the Almanac Singers, four young men who roam around the country in a $150 Buick and fight the class war with ballads and guitars. Their recorded collection Songs for John Doe, ably hewed to the then Moscow line, neatly phonograph-needled J. P. Morgan, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and particularly war (TIME, June 16). The three discs of Talking Union, on sale last week under the Keynote label, lay off the isolationist business now that the Russians are laying it on the Germans.


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