Pete Seeger.

Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, 2019.
Sound recording
6 audio discs ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (200 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 31 cm)
Folk songs, English -- United States.
Folk music -- United States.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Working class -- United States -- Songs and music.
Protest songs -- United States.
Children's songs, English -- United States.
Ballads, English.
Children's songs, English.
Folk music.
Folk songs, English.
Protest songs.
Working class.
United States.
Folk songs.
Live sound recordings.
Songs and music.
Folk songs.
Live sound recordings.
Sung in English (principally) and other languages.
System Details:
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CD audio
We shall overcome
If I had a hammer
Turn turn turn
Goodnight, Irene
The bells of Rhymney
Where have all the flowers gone
Waist deep in the Big Muddy
Little boxes
Tzena, tzena, tzena
So long it's been good to know you (Dusty old dust)
Mrs. McGrath
Kisses sweeter than wine
Banks of marble
Talking atom
A hard rain's a-gonna fall
Puttin' on the style
Deportees (Plane wreck at Los Gatos)
Viva la Quince Brigada
Living in the country
This land is your land
Union hoot. The scabs crawl in ; We pity our bosses five ; Keep that line a-moving ; Join the picket line today
You can all join in. It takes everybody to build this land ; Indian deer hunting song ; Yankee Doodle ; Old Chisholm Trail ; The farmer is the man ; Erie Canal (Low bridge) ; John Henry
Sea chanties. Boston "Come all ye" (Blow ye winds westerly) ; New Bedford whalers ; The Bigler ; Johnny come down to Hilo
Down in the valley
Buffalo gals
Dinky die
Uncle Sam, won't you please come home to Guam
Listen Mr. Bilbo
Joe Hill
Roll the union on
OPA shout
Talking union
John Riley
Banjo medley. Fly around my pretty little miss ; Cripple Creek ; Ida Red ; Old Joe Clark
Jam on Jerry's Rocks
Lonesome traveler
Goofing off suite : opening theme
Chorale from Beethoven's 9th symphony
Blue Mountain Lake
Coal Creek march ; Pay day at Coal Creek ; Buddy, won't you roll down the line
Wasn't that a time
Which side are you on?
Foolish frog
I had a rooster
Mr. Rabbit
Oh, Worrycare
Hard times in the mill
Casey Jones (the union scab)
The death of Harry Simms
The preacher and the slave
I don't want your millions, mister
Passing through
Black and white
Didn't old John cross the water ; Michael, row the boat ashore
Midnight Special
Que bonita bandera
The Wild West is where I want to be
In the evening when the sun goes down
Hold on
Down by the riverside
Tina Sizwe (We the brown nation)
In Tarrytown
Deep blue sea
Barbara Allen
Big Rock Candy Mountain
House of the rising sun
Go tell Aunt Rhody
Bottle up and go
Hard travelling
Dink's song
When I first came to this land
The half hitch
I never will marry
Cumberland Mountain bear chase
No more auction block
Talking blues
St. James Infirmary
Strawberry roan
Follow the drinking gourd
Seneca canoe song = Kayowjajineh
The banks of Champlain
My gallant Black Bess
Battle of New Orleans
Last night I had the strangest dream
Carol of the beasts (Burgundian carol)
The quiz show
Eight-hour day
The popular Wobbly
Bourgeois blues
Guardian beauty contest (Attila the Hun)
Rambling boy
Mrs. Clara Sullivan's letter
Freiheit (Die Thälmann-Kolonne)
Battle of Maxton Field
What did you learn in school today
From way up here
To my old brown earth
My dirty stream (The Hudson River song)
Letter to Eve
Ballad of Dr. Dearjohn
My name is Lisa Kalvelage
Don't ask what a river is for
God bless the grass
Of time and rivers flowing
Well may the world go
Quite early morning
There's better things to do
My Father's mansion's many rooms
Estadio Chile
Why, oh why?
How about you?
The sinking of the Reuben James
Cristo ya nacio
The water is wide
Greensleeves (Pete Seeger, recorder)
If I had a hammer (Hammer song)
We'll all be a-doubling
Arrange and rearrange
English is cuh-ray-zee (English is crazy)
A little of this and that
Sailin' up, sailin' down
All mixed up
Star Spangled banner ; To Anacreon in heaven
One grain of sand.
Sung by Pete Seeger, accompanying himself on the guitar or banjo; in part with assisting musicians.
Title from disc label.
Subtitle on container: the Smithsonian Folkways collection.
Recorded, in part live, 1944-1998.
Selections originally released 1944-2011; includes some previously unreleased material.
Compact discs.
Introduction by Robert Santelli; program notes by Jeff Place.
Includes discographies (pages 172-198) and bibliographical references (pages 198-199).
Seeger, Pete, 1919-2014, performer.
Place, Jeffrey, writer of added commentary.
Publisher Number:
SFW CD 40225 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings (disc labels)
SFW 40225 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings (container spine)
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