- Performer:Peggy Seeger
- Title:Almost Commercially Viable
- Style:Folksongs,Traditional Folk
- Date of release:October 10, 2000
- Recording location:Pathway Studios, London, England
- Size FLAC version1124 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1613 megabytes
- Size WMA version1144 megabytes
- Formats:AIFF APE MP1 TTA AC3 AA
Almost Commercially Viable by Peggy Seeger, released 10 October 2000 1. New Spring Morning 2. Bread And Wine 3. Let's Pretend 4. Polonium 5. Primrose Hill 6. Sweet Heroin 7. Garden Of Flowers 8. Guilty 9. Night Song 10. A Good War 11. Morning Comes Too Soon 12. You Don't Know How Lucky You Are 13. Give 'Em An Inch 14. My Joy Of You 15. Holiday Song 16. Once Again 17. Getting It Right Almost Commercially Viable & No Spring Chickens A singing duo brought together by politics, Peggy from a professional musical household in Washington, CD, and Irene Pyper-Scott from a traditiona.
Margaret "Peggy" Seeger (born June 17, 1935) is an American folksinger. She is also well known in Britain, where she has lived for more than 30 years, and was married to the singer and songwriter Ewan MacColl until his death in 1989. Seeger's father was Charles Seeger (1886–1979), an important folklorist and musicologist; her mother was Seeger's second wife, Ruth Porter Crawford (1901–1953), a modernist composer who was the first woman to receive a Guggenheim Fellowship.
Margaret "Peggy" Seeger (born June 17, 1935, New York City) is an American folksinger. She is also well known in Britain, where she lived for more than 30 years with her husband, the singer and songwriter Ewan MacColl. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Almost Commercially Viable Album.
Cello – Kathryn Locke (tracks: 1), Steve Anstee (tracks: 14, 17). Double Bass – Phil Steriopulos (tracks: 12), Roger Bunn (3) (tracks: 6).
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Peggy Seeger, vocals, banjo. Side 1. Side 2. Cumberland Gap (Roud 3414) (. 6). The Lady of Carlisle (Roud 396; Laws O25; G/D 5:1056; Henry H474) (. 9). The Deer Song (Roud 3607) (. 1). This album contains songs from Ruth Crawford Seeger's book American Folk Songs for Christmas (New York: Doubleday, 1953). Sleeve design by Fredun Shapur. Peggy Seeger, vocals, banjo , guitar ; Penny Seeger, vocals , guitar ; Barbara Seeger, vocals.
com Folk singer, songmaker, activist. Blackwell's are delighted to be joined by Peggy Seeger, who will be discussing her new autobiography, 'First Time Ever'. Peggy Seeger is one of folk music's most influential artists and songwriters. 6 August at 07:53 ·. Well now, it was a wonderful day at Cambridge Folk Festival on Friday.
CreditsEmma Abnett - Illustration Concept
Paul Adams - Executive Producer
Sara Allen - Flute (Alto)
Steve Anstee - Cello
Roger Askew - Engineer
Mary Blood - Artwork
Judie Bomberger - Illustrations
Roger Bunn - Double Bass
Kenny Clayton - Piano
Mike Finesilver - Engineer
Neil Harrison - Engineer
Pete Humphries - Remastering
Kathryn Locke - Cello
Calum MacColl - Guitar, Penny Whistle, Psaltery, Zither
Ewan MacColl - Composer
Neill MacColl - Guitar, Guitar (Bass)
Terry Medhurst - Engineer, Mixing
John Miller - Photography
Nick Muir - Piano (Electric)
Dick Pierce - Trumpet
Irene Scott - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals
Little Jimmy Scott - Composer
Irene Seeger - Primary Artist
Peggy Seeger - Assistant Producer, Autoharp, Composer, Director, Guitar, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
|1||New Spring Morning||Peggy Seeger||3:57|
|2||Bread and Wine Irene Scott / Peggy Seeger||Peggy Seeger feat: Irene Scott||3:35|
|3||Let's Pretend Ewan MacColl||Peggy Seeger||2:37|
|4||Polonium||Peggy Seeger feat: Irene Scott||4:25|
|5||Primrose Hil Irene Scott||Peggy Seeger feat: Irene Seeger||4:34|
|6||Sweet Heroin||Peggy Seeger||4:30|
|7||Garden of Flowers||Peggy Seeger feat: Irene Scott||3:30|
|8||Guilty Little Jimmy Scott||Peggy Seeger||2:05|
|9||Night Song||Peggy Seeger||3:01|
|10||A Good War||Peggy Seeger||4:11|
|11||Morning Comes Too Soon||Peggy Seeger||3:37|
|12||You Don't Know How Lucky You Are||Peggy Seeger||3:08|
|13||Give 'Em an Inch||Peggy Seeger||1:56|
|14||My Joy of You||Peggy Seeger||5:30|
|15||Holiday Song Ewan MacColl||Peggy Seeger||3:17|
|16||Once Again||Peggy Seeger||3:43|
|17||Getting It Right Irene Scott||Peggy Seeger||3:44|