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Sunday, January 3, 2010


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Pete Seeger's life, music, and legacy encapsulate nearly a century of American history and culture. He has immersed himself in folk music and used it, like Johnny Appleseed, to "plant the seeds of a better tomorrow in the homes across our land." The songs in this collection of 139 American Favorite Ballads narrate tales of ordinary people and their extraordinary deeds, and show Pete at the crossroads of the past and the future putting his own stamp on America's folk song heritage while bequeathing it to generations to come.

1 John Henry
2 Shenandoah
3 Blue Tailed Fly (Jimmie Crack Corn)
4 Black Girl
5 Skip to My Lou
6 The Big Rock Candy Mountain
7 Clementine
8 Yankee Doodle
9 Home on the Range
10 John Brown's Body
11 Goodnight, Irene
12 Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
13 Oh, Susanna
14 Wayfaring Stranger
15 Oh, Mary, Don't You Weep
16 Down in the Valley
17 The Wabash Cannonball
18 On Top of Old Smoky
19 Frankie and Johnny
20 I Ride an Old Paint
21 The Wreck of the Old 97
22 Wagoner's Lad
23 Old Dan Tucker
24 I've Been Working on the Railroad
25 Cielito Lindo
26 So Long, It's Been Good to Know You (Dusty Old Dust)
27 America the Beautiful
28 This Land is Your Land

1 Barbara Allen
2 Young Man Who Wouldn't Hoe Corn
3 Midnight Special
4 House of the Rising Sun
5 Careless Love
6 Oh, What a Beautiful City (Twelve Gates to the City)
7 Poor Boy
8 Sally Ann
9 The Riddle Song
10 Go Tell Aunt Rhodie
11 The Water is Wide
12 The Fox
13 The Keeper and the Doe
14 Pretty Polly
15 Jesse James
16 Stagolee (Stagger Lee)
17 Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair
18 Camptown Races
19 Blow the Man Down
20 Froggie Went a Courtin'
21 I Had a Rooster (Barnyard Song)
22 Putting On the Style
23 The Farmer's Curst Wife
24 Hard Travelin'
25 Alabama Bound
26 Wimoweh
27 Dink's Song

1 Gypsy Davy
2 Deep Blue Sea
3 New River Train
4 St. James Hospital
5 E-ri-e Canal
6 St. Louis Blues
7 Boll Weevil
8 The Girl I Left Behind
9 When I First Came to This Land
10 The Titanic
11 Elanoy
12 Lady of Carlysle
13 My Good Man (Our Goodman)
14 Golden Vanity
15 Ain’t It a Shame
16 Swanee River
17 Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
18 The Boys from County Mayo
19 No Irish Need Apply
20 Paddy Works on the Railroad
21 Arkansas Traveler
22 When I Was Single
23 Wond’rous Love
24 Ground Hog
25 Old Blue
26 She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain
27 Erie Canal

1 Banks of the Ohio
2 You are My Sunshine
3 Hallelujah, I'm a Bum
4 The Foggy Dew
5 Molly Malone
6 Old Maid's Song
7 Oh, How He Lied
8 Where the Old Allegheny and the Monongahela Flow
9 Leatherwing Bat
10 Johnny Has Gone for a Soldier
11 Farther Along
12 Go Down, Moses
13 All My Trials
14 Monsieur Banjo
15 No More Auction Block
16 Hole in the Bucket
17 What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor
18 Army Life
19 Blue Mountain Lake
20 Lady Margret
21 John Hardy
22 Johnson
23 John Riley
24 Washer Lad
25 Talking Blues
26 Lolly Too Dum
27 T. B. Blues
28 Summertime

1 Trail to Mexico
2 Red River Valley
3 Old Joe Clark
4 St. James Infirmary
5 Greer County Bachelor
6 Ox Driver's Song
7 Buffalo Gals
8 Joe Bowers
9 Texian Boys
10 My Sweetheart Is a Mule in the Mines
11 Johnny Gray
12 Cowboy Yodel
13 Sioux Indians
14 Ida Red
15 Holler
16 Cumberland Gap
17 Wake Up Jacob
18 Sweet Betsy from Pike
19 Buffalo Skinners
20 Whiskey Rye Whiskey
21 Stewball
22 Whoopie Ti-Yi-Yo, Get Along Little Dogies
23 Strawberry Roan
24 Jay Gould's Daughter
25 Play Party
26 I Will Never Marry
27 Riflemen of Bennington
28 Kingdom Coming
29 Cumberland Moutain Bear Chase



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Precious Friend is a 95-minute compilation of a series of concerts in the summer of 1981, back when Pete Seeger was performing regularly with Arlo Guthrie. Guthrie was of course the son of the legendary Woody Guthrie, with whom Seeger had performed in the Almanac Singers. Guthrie, who had made his own name with Alice's Restaurant, was a good match for Seeger with his aw-shucks persona and quirky humor, not only in such songs as "Do Re Mi" and "I'm Changing My Name to Chrysler," but also explaining the concept of the "un-neutron bomb" or teaching the audience to sing along "Pete style" with "Garden Song." Seeger offers his own brand of humor and banter, and is without peer in leading the audience in song. The sense of fun is infectious in classics including "Wimoweh (Mbube)" and "Will The Circle Be Unbroken," but the pair also have a long grounding in songs of social protest, and songs such as the finale, "Amazing Grace," carry a lot of emotional power.

1. Wabash Cannonball
2. Circles
3. Hills Of Glenshee
4. Ocean Crossing
5. Celery-Time
6. Run, Come See Jerusalem
7. Sailin' Up, Sailin' Down
8. How Can I Keep From Singing
9. Old Time Religion
10. Pretty Boy Floyd
11. Ladies Auxiliary
12. Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
13. Precious Friend You Will Be There

1. Do Re Mi
2. Tarentella
3. The Neutron Bomb
4. I'm Changing My Name To Chrysler
5. St. Louis Tickle
6. Wimoweh (Mbube)
7. Will The Circle Be Unbroken
8. Garden Song
9. Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
10. Raggedy Raggedy
11. In Dead Earnest
12. If I Had A Hammer (The Hammer Song)
13. Amazing Grace

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