Arlo Guthrie (son of Woody Guthrie) is a folk rock singer and songwriter whose best known songs include the humorous and mostly spoken "Alice's Restaurant Massacree." This farcical, rambling epic is about 18 minutes long and was featured in the 1969 cult classic, "Alice's Restaurant," starring Arlo Guthrie as himself. A shorter version was also released, entitled "Alice's Rock & Roll Restaurant" (1969). Other songs by Arlo Guthrie include "The City Of New Orleans" (1972).
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- The City Of New Orleans 1972
("The City Of New Orleans" was written by Steve Goodman. Goodman's version became a minor hit in 1972.)
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