Washington, DC : Smithsonian Folkways, p1998.
1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Smithsonian Folkways: SF 40096 (on container: SF CD 40096).
Folk songs and original songs written by Seeger and others.
Pete Seeger, vocals, banjo, and guitar.
Most selections originally released by Folkways, 1955-1992; includes 3 previously unreleased tracks.
Program notes by Mark Greenberg, bibliography, and discography (20 p. : ill.) inserted in container.
I'd hammer in the morning (introduction). If I had a hammer -- Solidarity forever (unions and labor). Banks of marble ; Which side are you on? ; Casey Jones (The union scab) ; Talking union ; Joe Hill ; Union maid ; Step by step ; Solidarity forever -- Study war no more (peace). Where have all the flowers gone ; Talking atom ; Crow on the cradle ; Last night I had the strangest dream ; Study war no more (Down by the riverside) -- We shall overcome (civil rights). Bourgeois blues ; River of my people ; Hold on (Hand on the plow) ; We shall overcome -- I'd hammer in the evening (hope). He lies in the American land ; Well may the world go ; Turn, turn, turn ; Tomorrow is a highway ; Oh, had I a golden thread ; We'll all be a-doubling (Tao Rodriquez, vocals; David Amram, dombek; recorded Mar. 1998, Beacon, NY) ; Arrange and rearrange (Rodriquez; Amram) ; If I had a hammer.
Songs of hope & struggle
Songs of hope and struggle
SF 40096 Smithsonian Folkways
SF CD 40096 Smithsonian Folkways