Invited to sing to Loo Wood's amazing music, it's a big yes, from me...!! Please visit his channel:http://www.youtube.com/user...
and sub there if you have not already, he is a most talented musician and wonderful human being. His orig upload features his vocal. I too, relate to this subject matter, (the Steinbeck in me) as my immigrant ancestors mostly, all farmed. A hard worker, and laborer is just that, no matter the color of their skin, or place of origin. My kin of German, Scotch Irish, English decent,..they risked all to come here to these shores and have a go....Fortunate to have a family diary from my Mom's side, I can honestly say it is tiring, just reading the day to day accounts of farming in the 1850s, what they went through, to survive. And they were "migrant" too, so unknown were the territories they wound up in, they picked up and moved a number of times, hoping to hit "paydirt" . The Dakota territory, was often extreme. They all started in the "far east" of the country and migrated slowly WESTWARD eventually to greener pastures and easier times, and a kinder gentler climate. :-) My Dad's Dad planted a large cherry orchard in Oregon and depended upon migrant field hands to harvest Cherries each summer...I was out there too, in the bejeweled trees high on a ladder. ...and you can bet my Dad never forgot one early job of his youth: picking hops in Oregon during the depression. :-) Thank you for listening...Loo told me : you added color and eyes, and I have to agree! I'm a dirt digger, it's in my blood. ...lot's of fun, thanks so much Loo!! And thank you friends,...with Cheers, to all!