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Pete Seeger (1919–2014)

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Image credit: World Telegram & Sun photo by Fred Palumbo, 1955 (Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, LC-USZ62-116961)

Værker af Pete Seeger

Abiyoyo (1986) 1,789 eksemplarer
The Deaf Musicians (2006) 243 eksemplarer
Abiyoyo Returns (2001) 169 eksemplarer
Turn! Turn! Turn! (Book and CD) (2003) 117 eksemplarer
One Grain of Sand: A Lullaby (2003) 102 eksemplarer
The Incompleat Folksinger (1972) 96 eksemplarer
Pete Seeger's Storytelling Book (2000) 60 eksemplarer
Hard Hitting Songs for Hard-Hit People (1967) — Bidragyder — 36 eksemplarer
The Foolish Frog (1973) 29 eksemplarer
Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits (2002) 15 eksemplarer
The Essential Pete Seeger (2013) 13 eksemplarer
Bells Of Rhymney (2006) 12 eksemplarer
Folk Music USA (1962) — Bidragyder — 7 eksemplarer
Woody Guthrie Folk Songs (1963) 6 eksemplarer
American Favorite Ballads, Vol. 1 (2002) 4 eksemplarer
Children's Concert At Town Hall (2008) 4 eksemplarer
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy (1967) 3 eksemplarer
Together in Concert 3 eksemplarer
At 89 (2008) 3 eksemplarer
Pete (2016) 3 eksemplarer
Rainbow Race (1971) 3 eksemplarer
Dangerous Songs 3 eksemplarer
Clearwater Classics (1995) 3 eksemplarer
Pete Seeger at 89 (2008) 3 eksemplarer
Hard Travelling: Very Best of (2001) 2 eksemplarer
Live At Newport, 1963-65 (1993) 2 eksemplarer
Traditional Christmas Carols (2000) 2 eksemplarer
A more perfect union (2012) 2 eksemplarer
American industrial ballads (2008) 2 eksemplarer
American Folk Anthology (2009) 2 eksemplarer
Pioneer of Folk 2 eksemplarer
American play-parties 2 eksemplarer
Road to Eliat 1 eksemplar
A Link in the Chain 1 eksemplar
If I Had A Song... 1 eksemplar
Songs for Peace (1966) 1 eksemplar
God Bless the Grass (2012) 1 eksemplar
Singalong 1 eksemplar
Live in 65 1 eksemplar
Pete remembers Woody (2012) 1 eksemplar
Folk Songs for Young People (2002) 1 eksemplar
Sing Out with Pete! 1 eksemplar
The Best Of (1997) 1 eksemplar
Folk Songs 1 eksemplar
Talking Union (2007) 1 eksemplar
Genius of Folk 1 eksemplar
Vision Revisited 1 eksemplar
Golden Slumbers Audio (1988) 1 eksemplar
Bitter & The Sweet 1 eksemplar
Pete Seeger on Record. (1962) 1 eksemplar
American ballads 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

Bound for Glory (1943) — Forord — 931 eksemplarer
Rise Up Singing: The Group Singing Songbook (1988) — Introduktion — 759 eksemplarer
Your Favorite Seuss (Classic Seuss) (2004) — Bidragyder — 687 eksemplarer
Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent (1909) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver128 eksemplarer
Radical Walking Tours of New York City (1998) — Forord, nogle udgaver69 eksemplarer
Calling Home: Working-Class Women's Writings (1990) — Bidragyder — 57 eksemplarer
The Power Of Goodness: Art and Stories for a Culture of Peace (2016) — Forord, nogle udgaver39 eksemplarer
Alice's Restaurant [1969 film] (1969) — Actor — 27 eksemplarer
Festival [1967 film] (1967) 18 eksemplarer
Wonders: Writings and Drawings for the Child in Us All (1980) — Bidragyder — 18 eksemplarer
Walking Manhattan's Rim: The Great Saunter (2003) — Redaktør, nogle udgaver17 eksemplarer
The Leadbelly Songbook (1962) — Bidragyder, nogle udgaver16 eksemplarer
Young Folk Song Book (1963) — Introduktion — 8 eksemplarer
Black and White (1956) — Introduktion, nogle udgaver7 eksemplarer
A Tribute to Woody Guthrie — Performer — 6 eksemplarer
Race Traitor 10 (1999) — Bidragyder — 4 eksemplarer
Some Writings on War Tax Resistance (1990) — Bidragyder — 4 eksemplarer
Discovering the Other America: Radical Voices from the 1980s (2012) — Bidragyder — 2 eksemplarer
Smithsonian Folkways American Roots Collection — Bidragyder — 1 eksemplar

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If I Had A Hammer 1:53
Goodnight Irene 3:22
Barbara Allen (Live) 4:29
Talking Union 2:57
Wimoweh (Mbube) (Live) 1:46
John Henry (Live) 4:10
Little Boxes (Live) 1:51
Michael Row The Boat Ashore (Live) 2:16
This Land Is Your Land (Live) 3:00
Guantanamera (Live) 4:37
Where Have All The Flowers Gone? 2:02
Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) (Live) 3:09
The Bells Of Rhymney (Live) 5:12
Waist Deep In The Big Muddy 2:54
We Shall Overcome (Live) 4:40… (mere)
carptrash | Mar 20, 2023 |
Independent Reading level: Grade level 1-2
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GracieL | 39 andre anmeldelser | May 5, 2022 |
songbook with historical commentary. Lots of union songs, some dustbowl songs, some tramp songs, some jailhouse blues. Great primary (and secondary) sources.
reader1009 | Jul 3, 2021 |
It was so good to hear the voice and thoughts of this iconic singer and activist. He shared a bit of his personal story, which I knew nothing about, and touched on so many subjects that I had known or shared. He often gives credit to others who have helped him during his life, e.g.: The Smothers Brothers who took a risk and insisted on having the blacklisted Pete sing on their show without editing. In consequence, their TV show was shut down. The writer of the song 'Tsimme' and his hopes for Jewish/Palestinian open dialog.
However, based on current awareness of racial bias, Pete's spur-of-the-moment comments fall short in a few places. Most notably was his talk about the creation of the Cherokee alphabet by Sequoyah, which ended with "and of course, when we discovered California and the redwoods, they were named after him, which is why he is famous." And the mention of the Cherokee Trail of Tears, which he had to keep guessing at the numbers of Cherokee involved and dead, and which ended with a white man "saving" a Cherokee woman & child from deportation. I know his point was that the actions of just common people can be important, but it ended feeling like the Cherokee were without agency. His talk about the banjo also seemed to focus on how the white peopel developed it's musicality and brought the instrument to prominence after they learned about it from the slaves (who, apparently, promptly stopped playing it)
The edition I listened to could benefit from some sound editing: sometimes I could barely hear and other times (especially when the title was announced by someone) it was too loud. Other than that, the mix of talk, instruments, and singing was generally fine.
… (mere)
juniperSun | 2 andre anmeldelser | May 6, 2021 |



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