- Performer:Almanac Singers
- Title:Their Complete General Recordings
- Style:Political Folk,Traditional Folk
- Date of release:October 22, 1996
- Recording date:July 7, 1941
- Size FLAC version1813 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1803 megabytes
- Size WMA version1170 megabytes
- Formats:AC3 DMF MPC VOC AIFF TTA
Their Complete General Recordings. Mary Katherine Aldin. Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals.
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The Almanac singers were an American folk vocal group, active in the early 1940's. Original members included Pete Seeger (who called himself Pete Bowers at the time), Woody Guthrie, Lee Hays and Millard Lampell. During the groups early stages in New York, Burl Ives regularly joined the sessions. Their Complete General Recordings (CD, Comp).
The Almanac Singers Compilations 1955 - Talking Union & Other Union Songs Artwork Back. jpg Liner notes (FW05285). 13 - The Coast of High Barbary. 14 - Haul Away, Jo. p3. 1996 - Their Complete General Recordings. 2001 - Songs of Protest. 01 - I Ride An Old Paint.
Their Complete General Recordings (MCA, 1996). Songs of Protest (Prism, 2001). Talking Union, Vol. 1 (Naxos, 2001). 15, 1941 in a column entitled "September Records", recalled the Almanac's anti-war album earlier that year, noting tartly: "Their recorded collection Songs for John Doe, ably hewed to the then Moscow line, neatly phonograph-needled J. P. Morgan, E. I. du Pont de Nemours and, particularly, war (TIME, June 16).
In 1961, this record was reissued by Folkways Records as one side of an LP entitled Songs of the Spanish Civil War, Vol. 1 (FH5436). Their Complete General Recordings (MCA, 1996). The Complete Sessions. This machine kills fascists.
The Almanac Singers were a group of folk musicians who achieved brief popularity in the early 1940s. Members Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger, and Woody Guthrie began playing together informally after Seeger and Hays had been playing at left-wing political functions for a time. Their first release was an album called Songs For John Doe, would urged non-intervention in World War II, and was made with the help of Eric Bernay (of Keynote), Joe Thompson (of NBC), Nicholas Ray (future film director) and Alan Lomax (musicologist). The second album was Talking Union, a collection of labor songs, many of which were intensely anti-Roosevelt. Talking Union & Other Union Songs (Smithsonian Folkways, 1973) Their Complete General Recordings (MCA, 1996) Songs of Protest (Prism, 2001) Talking Union, Vol. 1 (Naxos, 2001) The Sea, The Soil & The Struggle (Naxos, 2004).
The Almanac Singers was an American New York City-based folk music group, active between 1940 and 1943, founded by Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger, and Woody Guthrie. As their name indicated, they specialized in topical songs, mostly songs advocating an anti-war, anti-racism and pro-union philosophy
CreditsMary Katherine Aldin - Liner Notes
Almanac Singers - Primary Artist
Mike Fink - Design
Woody Guthrie - Composer, Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Pete Hawes - Guitar, Vocals
Lee Hays - Vocals
Millard Lampell - Vocals
Alan Lomax - Producer
Andy McKaie - Reissue Producer
Mark Omann - Editing
Pete Seeger - Banjo, Recorder, Vocals
Traditional - Composer
Vartan - Art Direction
Richard Weize - Photography
|1||Blow Ye Winds, Heigh Ho Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|2||Away Rio Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|3||Blow the Man Down Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|4||House of the Rising Sun Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|5||Ground Hog Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|6||State of Arkansas Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|7||The Weaver's Song Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|8||I Ride an Old Paint Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|9||Hard, Ain't It Hard Woody Guthrie||Almanac Singers|
|10||The Dodger Song Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|11||Greenland Fishing Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|12||The Golden Vanity Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|13||The Coast of High Barbary Traditional||Almanac Singers|
|14||Haul Away Joe Traditional||Almanac Singers|