Folkways Years, 1955-1992: Songs of Love and Politics

Peggy Seeger SFW40048

Peggy personally selected these traditional and original songs focused primarily on the themes of love and politics. From a dominant figure in the folk song movement in the U.S. and England for more than 35 years, these titles have reached millions: Freight Train, First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, Gonna Be An Engineer. "21 tracks display the variety of Peggy's repertoire, her range of styles, love of tradition and innovative songwriting prowess." — Homespun Tapes

Year Released 1992
Record Label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage

Copyright 1992 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Genre(s) American Folk; Historical Song; Struggle & Protest; World
Country(s) Scotland; United Kingdom; United States
Language(s) English
Subject(s) Folksong revival; Music--British Isles
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101 Pretty Saro Peggy Seeger 3:43
102 Lady, What Do You Do All Day? Peggy Seeger 3:46
103 Broomfield Hill Peggy Seeger 2:55
104 The Squire and the Colic Peggy Seeger 4:16
105 Jellon Graeme Peggy Seeger 5:36
106 Going to the West Peggy Seeger 3:49
107 Jane Jane Peggy Seeger 1:32
108 When I Was Single Peggy Seeger 2:54
109 The Wedding Dress Song Peggy Seeger 2:09
110 Freight Train Blues Peggy Seeger 2:50
111 Song of Myself Peggy Seeger 4:13
112 The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face Peggy Seeger 2:28
113 My Son Peggy Seeger 4:09
114 Song for Calum Peggy Seeger 2:27
115 Little Girl Child Peggy Seeger 3:40
116 I'm Gonna Be an Engineer Peggy Seeger 4:31
117 Song of Choice Peggy Seeger 3:48
118 Talking Wheelchair Blues Peggy Seeger 3:38
119 Nobody Knew She Was There Peggy Seeger 3:07
120 Thoughts of Time Peggy Seeger 3:30
121 Garden of Flowers Peggy Seeger and Irene Scott 3:28
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