Pete Seeger Concert

Date: May 21, 1977

Source: S1576 , T77-284, T77-285

Type: Sound

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  • Introduction (Boltin) (T77-284)
  • Coal Creek March (Seeger)
  • Deep Blue Sea
  • Get Up And Go
  • Buddy Won't You Roll Down the Line
  • Simple Gifts
  • Abiyoyo
  • Freight Train
  • Hobo's Lullaby
  • Little Boxes
  • God Bless the Grass
  • All Mixed Up
  • Maple Syrup Time
  • Unidentified song
  • Bells of Rhymney
  • I'm Gonna Be An Engineer
  • The Sloop Clearwater (T77-285)
  • Sailin' Up, Sailin' Down
  • How Are We Going to Save Tomorrow? (The PCB Song)
  • Sailing Down My Golden River
  • Shenandoah
  • Delbert Tibbs
  • Love Came Tumbling Down
  • Osceola's Last Words
  • Water is Wide
  • Lonesome Valley
  • Amazing Grace
  • Little Birdie

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  • Two reel to reels. Recording of a free concert at the Stephen Foster Center, and sponsored by the Florida Folklife Program, by famed folk singer Pete Seeger. Born in 1919 in New York City, Seeger began collecting folk songs in the 1930s. After a stint at Harvard where he was studying journalism, he worked with Alan Lomax as an archivist with the Library of Congress's folklife collection. Befriended by singer Woody Guthrie, they soon formed the Almanac Singers in 1940. Later in the 1940s, he formed the Weavers, whose biggest hit was the Seeger-penned song, Good Night Irene. Seeger spent his career writing and promoting folk songs, working for labor unions, marching for civil rights and environmental causes, and recording dozens of albums. In 1977 at White Springs, he sang a mix of his own and others' folk songs, including Woody Guthrie and Florida's songwriter Will McLean (who was present in the audience.)

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