Pete Seeger - The Bitter And The Sweet mp3 album
Matrix, Runout (SIDE 1 stamped): XLP-57526-1E /1. Matrix, Runout (SIDE 2 stamped): XLP-57527-1E /11 T.
With different labels compared to other CL 1916 releases. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): x "Lp" 57526. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): x "Lp" 57527.
Pete Seeger's recording from the Columbia album The Bitter and the Sweet (November 1962), CL 1916, produced by John H. Hammond was also released as a Columbia Hall of Fame 45 single as 13-33088 backed by "Little Boxes" in August, 1965. The Kingston Trio recorded the song in 1961. Seeger acknowledged their success with this song . Eddy Arnold and The Needmore Creek Singers recorded the song on October 9, 1963, and released it on the Folk Song Book album released in January 1964. Vera Lynn recorded the song as the eleventh cut on her 1964 album "Among My Souvenirs". The Brothers Four recorded the song on their 1964 LP "More Big Folk Hits", Columbia Records, CL-2213.
Recorded live at the Bitter End in Greenwich Village, this LP is most notable for the first appearance of "Turn! Turn! Turn!" In its original version, it's a spare performance, accompanied only by Seeger's guitar, delivered in a manner encouraging the audience to sing along. It's not as musically interesting as the Byrds' famous hit cover, or for that matter the version that Judy Collins would do a year or so after the appearance of this one by Seeger, but it is nonetheless historically important.
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Album by Pete Seeger. Living in the Country. Mister Tom Hughes' Town. Where Have All the Flowers Gone? Barbara Allen. Around and Around Old Joe Clark. The False Knight Upon the Road.
Peter "Pete" Seeger (born May 3, 1919) is an iconic American folk singer. A fixture on nationwide radio in the 1940s, he also had a string of hit records during the early 1950s as a member of The Weavers, most notably their recording of Lead Belly's "Goodnight, Irene", which topped the charts for . ore . Year: 1962. Missing lyrics by Pete Seeger? Know any other songs by Pete Seeger?
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Columbia (catalog number CS 8716). This album was released in 1962 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP.
|A1||We Shall Overcome|
|A2||Living In The Country|
|A3||Mister Tom Hughes's Town|
|A4||Where Have All The Flowers Gone|
|A6||Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season)|
|B1||Around And Around Old Joe Clark|
|B2||Windy Old Weather|
|B3||Ram Of Darby|
|B6||The False Knight Upon The Road|
- Recorded At – The Bitter End Cafe
- Producer – John Hammond
NotesRecorded in Person at the Bitter End.
Made in England
|CL 1916||Pete Seeger||The Bitter And The Sweet (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||CL 1916||US||1962|
|CL 1916, BP473050||Pete Seeger||The Bitter And The Sweet (LP, Album, Mono)||CBS, CBS||CL 1916, BP473050||New Zealand||1962|
|62488||Pete Seeger||The Bitter And The Sweet (LP, Album, Mono)||CBS||62488||Italy||Unknown|
|BP 233081||Pete Seeger||The Bitter And The Sweet (LP, Album, Mono)||Columbia||BP 233081||Australia||1962|
|MFCD 873||Pete Seeger||The Bitter And The Sweet (CD, Album)||Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab||MFCD 873||US||1988|