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Where Have All The Flowers Gone: The Songs Of Pete Seeger

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Disc 1 of 2
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Where Have All The Flowers Gone
Artist: Tommy Sands; Dolores Keane & Vedran Smailovic
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Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
Artist: Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt
4:43
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The Water Is Wide
Artist: John Gorka
4:28
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Of Time And Rivers Flowing
Artist: Richie Havens
2:29
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My Name Is Lisa Kalvelage
Artist: Ani DiFranco
4:52
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Turn, Turn, Turn
Artist: Bruce Cockburn
4:43
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Festival Of Flowers
Artist: Tish Hinojosa
4:11
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Step By Step
Artist: Sweet Honey In The Rock
1:53
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Blessed Be The Nation
Artist: Studs Terkel
1:31
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My Father's Mansions
Artist: Billy Bragg & Eliza Carthy
2:56
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Sailing Down My Golden River
Artist: Greg Brown
3:50
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Goofing Off Suite
Artist: Tony Trischka Band
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These Three Are On My Mind
Artist: Kim And Reggie Harris & Magpie
3:29
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How Can I Keep From Singing?
Artist: Cordelia's Dad
3:30
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All Mixed Up
Artist: Peter, Paul and Mary
3:56
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Empty Pocket Blues
Artist: Ronnie Gilbert With Robin Flower & Libby Mclaren
2:40
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Get Up And Go
Artist: Tom Paxton
3:15
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Old Riley
Artist: John Stewart
3:29
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If I Had A Hammer
Artist: Nanci Griffith & Friends
2:47
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Wimoweh
Artist: The Weavers
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Disc 2 of 2
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We Shall Overcome
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
4:50
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Bells Of Rhymney
Artist: Roger McGuinn
3:53
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Oh Had I A Golden Thread
Artist: Judy Collins
5:02
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False From True
Artist: Guy Davis
5:24
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Letter To Eve
Artist: Indigo Girls
6:36
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Waist Deep In The Big Muddy
Artist: Dick Gaughan
4:53
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All My Children Of The Sun
Artist: Tim Robbins
3:56
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Living In The Country
Artist: Martin Simpson
3:25
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One Grain Of Sand
Artist: Odetta
3:10
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Old Father Hudson-sailing Down Dirty Stream
Artist: Casey Neill
5:02
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The Torn Flag
Artist: John Trudell
3:34
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Doublin'
Artist: Si Kahn With The Freighthoppers
3:17
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To Everyone In The World
Artist: Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer
2:30
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Over The Hills
Artist: Tommy Makem
2:35
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I Come And Stand At Every Door
Artist: Anne Hills
2:58
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My Rainbow Race
Artist: Donovan
3:11
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Quite Early Morning
Artist: Holly Near
4:50
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Oh, Sacred World
Artist: Studs Terkel
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And I Am Still Searching
Artist: Pete Seeger
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 39   Total Length: 146:08

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Rip off for UK

gplmb

24 credits if you are in the USA 39 credits in the UK kiss my ass e-music

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good music

RickyRicardo

Where Have All the Flowers Gone is a powerful, and poignant song about sending young men off to battle. Even though the song was written many years ago, it is a timeless commentary on the wisdom of fighting for ideology. "Peace is the way," Ghandi.

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Delightful

tlb

I have enjoyed listening to these renditions of Pete Seeger songs. For the most part, the artists remember the roots of folk music. The song mix is outstanding. I look forward to additional volumes.

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The Best of the Best

EMUSIC-0076A17B

What a delight to have this collection of highlights from the recording career from America's Treasure, Pete Seeger, all in one place!

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FOLK MIX THAT IS ACTUALLY GOOD!!!

Folkadelic

I don't know, there seems to be so many bad compilations out there. Not here. Look at the artists!!!!

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They Say All Music Guide

After listening to this multi-artist two-CD celebration of Pete Seeger’s songs, you’ll be delighted to read in the liner notes that it’s “just the beginning of at least four volumes.” Producer Jim Musselman calls the package a “labor of love,” and that’s clearly what it was. Musselman did a terrific job of choosing the songs from Seeger’s vast repertoire, and of matching each tune with an artist “based on either the philosophical fit between the artist and the message of the song and/or their unique musical style.” Even the extensive liner notes — which include info on each performer, plus comments on every song by Seeger and the performer — testify to the effort that went into the project. The result is one of the most consistently successful tribute albums on the market.
The material is wonderful; whether you think of Seeger primarily as an interpreter or a crusader for social justice, you’ll be impressed by this reminder of just how many classic tunes he has written or cowritten and how many topics he’s covered — everything from the Byrds-popularized “Turn, Turn, Turn” (Bruce Cockburn) to the lullaby “One Grain of Sand” (Odetta) to “Kisses Sweeter than Wine” (Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt).
The performers, who range in age from five to 85, are a motley crew; and while they include more than a few obscure artists who apparently made the grade because they happen to be signed to Appleseed or its affiliated labels, the collection also features lots of big names. More importantly, nearly all of the 39 recordings are first-rate. Among the many highlights: Bruce Springsteen’s gentle reading of “We Shall Overcome”; Greg Brown’s “Sailing Down My Golden River”; Roger McGuinn’s “Bells of Rhymney” (a song he first recorded with the Byrds); and Ani DiFranco’s “My Name Is Lisa Kalvelage.”
Perhaps most touching, though, is the concluding number, Pete Seeger’s own recording of his newly written “And Still I Am Searching.” Sadly, the track does back up Seeger’s statement in the liner notes that “I hardly have any voice left.” But it also evidences the spirit that gave birth to all these songs. That spirit was still very much alive in the septuagenarian Seeger when this album was released, and thanks to his music, it will be around long after he’s gone. – Jeff Burger

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