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April 5, 2003 When folk songwriting legend Woody Guthrie died in 1967, he left behind more than 3,000 songs, most of them unpublished and unrecorded. His daughter sometimes hand-picks artists to record their takes on Guthrie's music and lyrics — but her latest choice is drawing interest and some criticism. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.
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