Labor Day

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Saturday, September 04, 2010

For Labor Day weekend, Movies on the Radio is sticking to the union, and organizing a special about labor organizing on film. Host David Garland offers scores from On the Waterfront, F.I.S.T., Norma Rae, and others, conveying the heroic spirit of people coming together for a cause.


David Shire - Norma Rae - suite - Varese Sarabande

Leonard Rosenman - Bound for Glory - So Long It's Been Good to Know Yuh Instrumental - United Artists

Leonard Bernstein - On the Waterfront - suite - Sony Classical

Alfred Newman - How Green Was My Valley - The Strike - Fox Records

Bill Conti - F.I.S.T. - suite - Varese Sarabande

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