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8 thoughts on “ Pete Seeger - Where Have All The Flowers Gone? (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. / Gone to graveyards every one / Where have all the graveyards gone? / Covered with flowers every one.’ Joe Hickerson is his name, and I give him 20 percent of the royalties.
  2. He begins by giving “Where Have All The Flowers Gone” a tender and melodic treatment that one could imagine Pete Seeger singing over. A relatively brief version of Coltrane’s haunting blues “Equinox” is taken a bit faster than usual and played with soul.
  3. The album consists of eight moving tunes". Singles. The song, "Mom", reached No. 39 on the Cashbox Top R&B Singles chart. Covers and samples. Earth, Wind & Fire covered Bread's "Make It With You" and Pete Seeger's "Where Have All The Flowers Gone" upon the album.
  4. Jul 29,  · The celebrated San Francisco string group Kronos Quartet have shared their take on Pete Seeger ’s “Where Have All the Flowers Gone,” from their upcoming tribute album, Long Time Passing: Kronos Author: Jon Blistein.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The World Of Pete Seeger on Discogs. Label: Columbia - CG • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Where Have All The Flowers Gone: A3: Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) The World Of /5(9).
  6. Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, an Album by Pete Seeger. Released in on Contour (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: American Folk Music/5(1).
  7. While Seeger often found and adapted old songs for new situations, he also penned a fair number of new folk songs for use during the folk revival of the midth century. Among them, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” was a lament on cycles of violence that take many to war and then to the grave. It is a protest song couched within a love song.
  8. On 'Long Time Passing,' the trailblazing Kronos Quartet celebrates the music of Pete Seeger and rejoices in the spirit, inspiration, and fearlessness inherent in his lifes work. Along with guests Sam Amidon, Maria Arnal, Brian Carpenter, Meklit, Lee Knight, and Aoife ODonovan, the group examines Seegers celebration of beauty and the pleasure of singing together. Through the power of these.

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