Broadsides - Songs and Ballads

Broadsides - Songs and Ballads

Pete Seeger FW02456 / FA 2456

This album of songs mostly composed in the early 1960s includes two songs by Malvina Reynolds, as well as "The New York J-D Blues," composed by a New York teenager puzzled by a misguided subway ad campaign about juvenile delinquency. Much of the material included in this collection was printed in the influential folk music magazine Broadside, and several songs—including "Mack the Bomb" and "The New York J-D Blues"—appear on Smithsonian Folkways' The Best of Broadside (SF40130).

Year Released 1964
Record Label Folkways Records
Source Archive Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage
Copyright 2004 Smithsonian Folkways Recordings / 1964 Folkways Records
Genre(s) American Folk; Struggle & Protest
Country(s) United States
Culture Group(s) Anglo-American
Instrument(s) Banjo; Guitar; Vocals
Subject(s) Blues; Civil rights movement--United States; Folksong revival; Protest songs; Spirituals (Songs)
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101 The Dove Pete Seeger 7:24
102 Flowers of Peace Pete Seeger 3:18
103 Mack the Bomb Pete Seeger 2:40
104 From Way Up Here Pete Seeger 2:12
105 Tomorrow's Children Pete Seeger 1:55
201 Get Up and Go Pete Seeger 2:35
202 The New York J-D Blues Pete Seeger 6:00
203 Coyoté, My Little Brother Pete Seeger 1:42
204 We Shall Overcome Pete Seeger 4:44
205 To My Old Brown Earth Pete Seeger 1:22
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