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The Pick and Hammer Club - 1952 Show download album

  • Performer: The Pick and Hammer Club
  • Album: 1952 Show
  • FLAC: 1261 mb | MP3: 1536 mb
  • Released: 1952
  • Style: Musical
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 998
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The Pick and Hammer Club - 1952 Show download album

Hammer & Pick is Victoria Van Arnam on hammered dulcimer and Jesse Linder on guitar and vocals.

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Pick and Hammer is an active geology club that operates through the School of Geosciences. All majors are welcome! Pick and Hammer is an official OU Student Organization that raises awareness of the importance of geology and geophysics in society, and creates a venue for students to explore the geosciences through field trips, social events and community outreach. The organization is open to all undergraduate and graduate students of various majors. Daniel Mbainayel President . Petroleum Engineering Student.

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The hammer and sickle (Unicode: "☭") is a symbol meant to represent proletarian solidarity – a union between the peasantry and working-class, that was first adopted – as Russian: серп и мо́лот, romanized: serp i mólot: "sickle and hammer" – during the Russian Revolution. At the time of its creation, the hammer stood for the proletariat and the sickle for the peasantry-combined they stood for the worker-peasant alliance for socialism

The hammer and pick, rarely referred to as hammer and chisel, is a symbol of mining, often used in heraldry. It can indicate mining, mines (especially on maps or in cartography), or miners, and is also borne as a charge in the coats of arms of mining towns

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Tracklist

A1 Various 6 Tracks
B1 Various 7 Tracks
B3 Esther K. Russell You Can't Get A Man With Your Brain

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  • Recorded By – U.S. Recording

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The Pick and Hammer Club of the U.S. Geological Survey 1952 stage parody of late 1940's and early 1950's musical theater productions.

Label: U.S. Recording Company, Washington, D.C., Panacoustic, Microgroove