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Raggedy - Pete Seeger - Pete Seeger (CD)

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  1. 4X CD remastered collection with Five Classic albums plus a radio broadcast. Includes the following albums: Folk Songs And Ballads, a Pete Seeger Concert, American Industrial Ballads, the Folksingers Guitar Guide, Love Songs for Friends And Foes & Frontier Ballads 2 the Settlers.5/5(6).
  2. Jan 28,  · Pete, who was modest and self-effacing despite his remarkable accomplishments, never wrote an autobiography. But two years ago he published a collection of his writings, Pete Seeger: In .
  3. Pete Seeger (May 3, - January 27, ) was an American folk singer, political activist and author, and a key figure in the midth century American folk music litokomabraihortestthumbmousmensrocyc.coinfo is particularly loved as the author (or co-author) of the songs Where Have All the Flowers Gone, If I Had a Hammer, and Turn, Turn, litokomabraihortestthumbmousmensrocyc.coinfo of his brothers is Mike Seeger; Peggy Seeger is his half-sister.
  4. Raggedy Raggedy Written-By – Lee Hays: In Dead Earnest Written-By – Lee Hays: If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song) Written-By – Lee Hays, Pete Seeger: Amazing Grace Arranged By, Adapted By – Arlo Guthrie Organ – Bob Putnam Written-By – John Newton (2)
  5. This CD represents one set of Pete Seeger's most well known works. No single CD can encompass the broad body of Seeger's work. But this does provide a sense of his art. Seeger wrote some of the songs; some were created by other artists. But he was able to make them his own/5().
  6. Aug 04,  · Pete Seeger, a lodestar for post-war America, had always been present: civil rights demonstrations, protest marches, picket lines. And for yet another generation sacrificed on the altar of tribalism and willful ignorance, Seeger is still present in spirit and legacy.
  7. Apr 28,  · Bruce Springstein’s new CD, “We Shall Overcome, The Seeger Sessions,” pays tribute to the songs of singer, songwriter and activist Pete Seeger. A few years ago, Living on Earth spent some time with the folk music legend who told host Steve Curwood that it was Rachel Carson's book “Silent Spring” that inspired him to become active on environmental matters.
  8. Jan 29,  · Pete Seeger on The Almanac Singers, in conversation with Tim Robbins for Pacific Radio in Posted at YouTube by folkarchivist.. As an aside, since Pete’s regrettable and unsupportable advocacy of a genocidal regime and a discredited social system did no detectable harm—he and the Almanacs were quite possibly the least powerful voices beseeching FDR to maintain an isolationist .

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