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Jesse James - Pete Seeger - American Ballads (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Pete Seeger's five "American Favorite Ballads" LPs were the basic documents of American folk music for generations. No dusty museum pieces, though - they were lively, funny, inspirational, joyous. It is delightful to see them begin to appear now on CD, especially fleshed out, as this volume is, with appropriate additional tracks from his other out-of-print Folkways LPs (how about getting some of /5(8).
  2. Jesse James Lyrics: Jesse James was a lad / That killed many a man / He robbed the Glendale train / He stole from the rich / And he gave to the poor / He'd a hand and a heart and a brain / Well it was.
  3. Pete Seeger: American Favorite Ballads (5-CD) (/SMITHSONIAN) Hardcover Digibook 13x13 cm including tracks (nearly 6 hours of music) on 5 CD's each .
  4. The 14 "American ballads" Pete Seeger chose to sing on this album while accompanying himself on the banjo are songs sung in the U.S., but often not originating there. Annotator Norman Studer notes that "some of the ballads in this album have been enjoyed for hundreds of years," and the introduction to "Down in Carlisle (In Castyle There Lived a Lady)" acknowledges that "This story goes back to 7/
  5. Pete Seeger’s life, music, and legacy encapsulate nearly a century of American history and culture. Seeger is fresh from performing with Bruce Springsteen at the ‘We Are One’ Inauguration concert, and on the eve of his 90th birthday and high-profile New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival percprovnatretimurupsisyltuthoho.coinfo: $
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sings American Favorite Ballads - Vol. 1 on Discogs. Label: Albatros (2) - VPA • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Country Blues, Delta Blues, Folk.
  7. Mar 20,  · This Albatros release came in the Folkways cover of "Pete Seeger Sings American Ballads" but is called "American Favorite Ballads Vol. 1" on the label. Tracklist above is taken from the LP (corresponding with the label). Other Versions (4 of 4) View All/5(2).
  8. "Jesse James" is a 19th-century American folk song about the outlaw of the same name, first recorded by Bentley Ball in and subsequently by many others, including Bascom Lamar Lunsford, Vernon Dalhart, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, The Kingston Trio, The Pogues, The Ramblin' Riversiders, The Country Gentlemen, Willy DeVille, Van Morrison, Grandpa Jones, Bob Seger, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band .

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