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The Weavers' performance of the song appears on their compilation albums Gospel and Reunion at Carnegie Hall Part 2. The Nina Simone recording. Tosh recorded the song again as "Downpresser Man" for his 1977 solo album Equal Rights and released a live recording of the song in a medley with "Equal Rights" on his 1983 album Captured Live. The song was covered by Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor on her 2005 album Throw Down Your Arms, and by the ska-punk band Goldfinger.
Only 14 left in stock (more on the way). Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). This particular Reunion, also held at Carnegie Hall, to a 2 day sell out audience, is spread between 2 separate CDS, this CD being the second of two. However, it is second to none when showcasing the versatility and range of the Weavers. The original group split up in 1958?. McCarthyism, and blacklisting, just wore the first four performers down. Part I is great, too, so treat yourself and purchase both. One person found this helpful.
Reunion at Carnegie Hall: 1963. The Weavers celebrated their 15th anniversary by performing two concerts - May 2 and 3, 1963 - at Carnegie Hall, the site of their historic 1955 comeback concert, and invited back former members Pete Seeger and Erik Darling, as well as introducing new member Bernie Krause
The Weavers were an American folk music quartet based in the Greenwich Village area of New York City. They sang traditional folk songs from around the world, as well as blues, gospel music, children's songs, labor songs, and American ballads, and sold millions of records at the height of their pop. ore . Year: 1963. Missing lyrics by The Weavers?
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Redirected from At Carnegie Hall (The Weavers album)). At Carnegie Hall is the second album by The Weavers. The concert was recorded live at Carnegie Hall in New York City on Christmas Eve 1955. At the time the concert was a comeback for the group following the inclusion of the group on the entertainment industry blacklist. The album peaked at number 24 on the Billboard Top 200.
This song is by The Weavers and appears on the album Reunion at Carnegie Hall Part 2 (1963). Miner's life is like a sailor's'Board a ship to cross the waveEveryday, his life's in dangerStill he ventures, being brave. Watch the rocks, they're falling dailyCareless miners always failKeep your hand upon the dollarAnd your eye upon the scale. Union miners stand togetherHeed no operator's taleKeep your hand upon the dollarAnd your eye upon the scale.