Pete Seeger does a fair amount of talking during his concerts; he does even more than usual (and considerably less singing) in the appearance captured on this two-disc set, but that's by design. Seeger was the featured speaker at the Ford Hall Forum in Boston, MA, on November 12, 1967, and the complete event is heard here. Although Seeger has a recording contract with Columbia Records, he has been allowed to make recordings for his longtime label Folkways when they do not constitute commercial competition, which would seem to apply to a largely spoken double album
Vocals – Pete Seeger. Comes with booklet containing a transcription of what's on the records. Electronically rechanneled to simulate stereo. This is a historic document. The greatest folk singer of all time talks (and sings!) at length about his music in the context of history, culture and social protest movements. Reply Notify me Helpful.
Pete Seeger Sings & Answers Questions is a English album released on Jan 1968. Pete Seeger Sings & Answers Questions Album has 4 songs sung by Pete Seeger. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Pete Seeger Sings & Answers Questions songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
If I Had a Hammer (The Hammer Song)" is a song written by Pete Seeger and Lee Hays. It was written in 1949 in support of the progressive movement, and was first recorded by The Weavers, a folk music quartet composed of Seeger, Hays, Ronnie Gilbert, and Fred Hellerman. It was a number 10 hit for Peter, Paul and Mary in 1962 and then went to number three a year later when recorded by Trini Lopez.
Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger. Well May The World Go (Live At Carnegie Hall, NYC). Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger. Arlo Guthrie is Woody Guthrie's son; Arlo was very popular in 1960's hippie communities for his lyrics, always looking for fun, chronicling the values of the day, sample verbiage "You can get everything you want in Alice's Restaurant" And Alice's Restaurant was also a movie as well as an album, Arlo Guthrie made the music for the film, devised.
Seeger heard the song in 1947 from folklorist Zilphia Horton, music director at Tennessee’s Highlander Folk Center who, Seeger said, had a beautiful alto voice and sang it with no rhythm. It was medium slow as I sang it, but the banjo kept a steady rhythm going. I remember teaching it to a gang in Carnegie Hall that year, and the following year I put it in a little music magazine called People's Songs. Over the years, I remember singing it two different ways. And she always liked shall, too, I'm told.
Pete Seeger, who helped spark the folk song revival with his five-string banjo and songs for civil rights, peace and the labor movements, has died. At some point, Pete Seeger decided he'd be a walking, singing reminder of all of America's history," Springsteen said at the all-star Madison Square Garden concert marking Seeger's 90th birthday in 2009.
Complete Album stats. Last updated: 12 May 2019, 01:33 Etc/UTC. Pete Seeger Aquarius Theatre, Boston, MA - Oct 21, 1972 Oct 21 1972.