Foundation for Tomorrow

by Michael Holland

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I lived a life so treasured My name is Ol’ Joe Hill I’ve long been dead and buried But my memory lives still It was on my 19th birthday I’d sow my dreams I swore But I had a mind for rambling When my ship had made the shore I saw the people’s hardships Could not deny their plight I wrote many a verses That sustained them through the night I went among the workers Down at the copper mines But the bosses that sit would have none of it And against me they conspired It was in the state of Utah They carried me to jail Framed and tried for murder To be shot and buried there And now I sit in prison My time it isn’t long Though I leave through great injustice My spirit lingers on
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Original folk songs recorded between 2008 - 2012.
Recorded in Carrboro, NC and Waldo, FL
Most songs recorded on a 1/4" 2-track Otari analog tape machine.

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released January 15, 2018

All songs written and recorded by Michael Holland
shiny shiny music BMI

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The Holland Brothers Carrboro, North Carolina

This is the official site for North Carolina musicians, and Jennyanykind members Michael and Mark Holland . Here you can listen to and purchase (if you wish) all of the recorded songs in Michael's solo catalogue, Mark's catalogue, Jennyanykind, and their collaboration, the Holland Brothers. ... more

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