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9 Replies to “ Handsome Molly - Peggy Seeger - Peggy Alone (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Peter Seeger (May 3, – January 27, ) was an American folk singer and social activist.. A fixture on nationwide radio in the s, Seeger also had a string of hit records during the early s as a member of the Weavers, most notably their recording of Lead Belly's "Goodnight, Irene", which topped the charts for 13 weeks in Members of the Weavers were blacklisted during the.
  2. Peggy sings "Peacock Street" very much in the singing style Aunt Molly Jackson used when recording "Crossbone Skully" for Mary Elisabeth Barnicle and Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress (s). This song and others were eventually released on Aunt Molly Jackson, Library of Congress Recordings (Rounder Records , ).
  3. Peggy Seeger; Pete Seeger; Mike Seeger; Snooks Eaglin; Sonny Terry; ALBUM Doc Watson and Gaither Carlton TRACK Handsome Molly Various Artists. TRACK He's Coming to Us Dead Various Artists. TRACK Willie Moore Various Artists. ALBUM Classic Old-Time Fiddle from Smithsonian.
  4. ZFB 63 - Peggy Alone - Peggy Seeger [] Handsome Molly/Poor Little Turtle Dove/I Been A Bad, Bad Girl/Henry Lee/Vandy, Vandy/The Swapping Song/Fair Margaret And Sweet William/The Courtinng Case/The Mermaid/The American Land/Burns And His Highland Mary/The Little Drummer/Mathie Grove/The Deaf Woman's Courtship/The Gambler/Nellie Coming Home.
  5. Handsome Molly Banjo – Peggy Seeger Vocals – Peggy Seeger: B2: Willie Moore Banjo – Peggy Seeger Vocals – Peggy Seeger: B3: Lang A-Growing Vocals – Ewan MacColl: B4: The Ballad Of Springhill Banjo – Peggy Seeger Vocals – Peggy Seeger & Ewan Maccoll: B5: Salty Dog Blues Banjo – Earl Scruggs Guitar – Earl Scruggs, Lester Flatt 3/5(1).
  6. In , during the American folk music revival of the s and s, a reissue including all tracks from the sessions was released in LP format by Folkways Records after RCA refused Guthrie's request to re-issue the album.
  7. The Fields of November is an album of American guitarist Norman Blake, released in It was reissued in by Flying Fish along with Old and New as a double CD. Blake later married Nancy Short, who plays cello on this release.
  8. With 20 previously unreleased performances, many rare photos, and producer Ralph Rinzler's comprehensive notes, this is the definitive collection of two earlier volumes entitled Old Time Music at Clarence Ashley' LP's introduced the world to Doc Watson and played an important role in the folk revival of the '60s.
  9. Seeger, Peggy / Folk Songs of Peggy Seeger, Oak, Sof (), p56 Sorrels, Rosalie. Miscellaneous Abstract Record No. 1, Green Linnet SIF , LP (), trk# B

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