Pete remembers Woody
by Seeger, Pete, 1919-2014,
|Format:||Music CD 2012|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
SummaryRecordings of Pete Seeger either in his home or at the producers, with Seeger speaking about his musical friendship with Woody Guthrie. Includes older recordings of the Weavers and Woody Guthrie. Commemorates the anniversary of Guthrie's 100th birthday.
Contentsdisc 1. Woody's ghost, part 1 / David Bernz (David Bernz) (2:45)
Pete meets Woody [spoken] (2:34)
Are there any mountains near here? [spoken] (1:11)
Woody writes "This land is your land" [spoken] (1:53)
America learns "This land is your land" [spoken] (1:15)
My big education [spoken] (1:28)
66 highway blues / words, Woody Guthrie ; music, Pete Seeger (Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie) (2:14)
How to sing in saloons [spoken] (1:10)
Riding the freights [spoken] (1:25)
Rambling the Appalachians [spoken] (3:12)
Which side are you on? / Florence Reese (Work o' the Weavers) (2:59)
You'd better get them singing [spoken] (1:45)
Union maid / Woody Guthrie (The Vanaver Caravan) (2:07)
Songs Woody liked [spoken] (2:00)
New York town / Woody Guthrie (Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston) (2:35)
Reading and writing [spoken] (3:31)
The minstrel song [spoken] (1:46)
On the radio, Tom Mooney and Will Geer [spoken] (3:03)
Do re mi / Woody Guthrie (The Vanaver Caravan) (3:25)
Woody sez [spoken] (1:09)
Why do you stand there in the rain? [spoken] (1:25)
The flip-flop [spoken] (1:10)
The Almanacs go west [spoken] (2:54)
The sinking of the Reuben James / Woody Guthrie (The Almanac Singers) (3:25)
The folk process [spoken] (0:21)
Woody trilogy. Hard travelin' ; This train ; There's a better world a-coming / Woody Guthrie ; arr. James Durst (Work o' the Weavers) (1:25)
Fighting fascism starts right here [spoken] (1:14)
If I had a hammer / words, Lee Hays ; music, Pete Seeger (Work o' the Weavers) (2:19)
disc 2. Woody's ghost, part 2 / David Bernz (David Bernz) (1:31)
From WWII to the Weavers [spoken] (2:44)
Just make it a general song [spoken] (0:53)
So long it's been good to know yuh! / Woody Guthrie (Work o' the Weavers) (1:31)
The last time I heard Woody sing [spoken] (1:45)
Pastures of plenty / Woody Guthrie (Bill Vanaver/The Vanaver Caravan) (4:33)
The freest place on earth [spoken] (1:40)
This machine kills fascists [spoken] (1:04)
Little Arlo writes things down [spoken] (1:25)
Woody in the balcony [spoken] (1:47)
This land is your land / Woody Guthrie (Work o' the Weavers) (5:04)
The last visit [spoken] (1:08)
My peace / words, Woody Guthrie ; music, Arlo Guthrie (Work o' the Weavers) (2:34)
Woody lives on [spoken] (0:41)
I ain't got no home / Woody Guthrie (Fred Gillen, Jr. and Steve Kirkman (of Hope Machine)) (4:51)
Howdy little newlycome / words, Woody Guthrie ; music, Cathy Fink (Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer) (4:14)
Peace pin boogie / Woody Guthrie (Amy Fradon and The Vanaver Caravan) (3:38)
Woody's "rulin's" / words, Woody Guthrie ; music, Pete Seeger ; additional text and arr. by David Bernz (David Bernz) (4:01)
I've got to know / Woody Guthrie (Steve Kirkman) (5:41)
Woody's ghost, part 3 / David Bernz (David Bernz) (1:22).
Guthrie, Woody, -- 1912-1967 -- Influence.
Ballads, English -- United States.
Folk singers -- United States -- Biography.
|Publisher|| West Chester, PA :Appleseed Recordings,2012
Storm, Ralph, performer.
Bernz, David, performer.
Pete Seeger, narration, banjo, programmatic music ; with special guests, Cathy Fink, mountain-style banjo ; Ralph Storm, Scruggs-style banjo ; David Bernz, guitar ; additional performers.
Program notes by David Bernz on container.
2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.