[London?]: Red Notes, 1977. No Edition Stated. 4to (11 1/2 x 8 1/4 inches; 295 x 210 mm), , 70,  pages, in stapled pictorial wrappers. A book of protest songs, mostly from the U.S., U.K., and Ireland. "The idea for this Songbook came from comrades in Liverpool and East London--the various Reds and assorted Riff-Raff who are organising to turn the world upside down (with the working class on top, of course!" (From the Introduction). Heavily illustrated with black-and-white photos as well as cartoons and illustrations interspersed with news articles and commentary. Songs include The Internationale, Goodbye Capitalist Road, Joe Hill, Pie in the Sky, This Land Is Your Land, Solidarity Forever, Guantanamera, and many others OCLC First Search shows eight institutional holdings worldwide. Scarce in commerce. Item #1995
CONDITION: Edge wear, especially along the spine, some soiling to the wrappers, internally clean and unmarked. A Very Good copy.