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Early Warnings
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produced by Holly Near, 1949-; performed by Holly Near, 1949- (Appleseed, 2001), 53 mins, 14 page(s)
With Holly Near's Redwood label having gone bust, putting all her early albums out of print, Appleseed culls tracks from two of her 1980s releases, Watch Out! and Sky Dances, and adds the version of Pete Seeger's "Quiet Early Morning" from its 1998 Seeger tribute, Where Have All the Flowers Gone, to construct this...
produced by Holly Near, 1949-; performed by Holly Near, 1949- (Appleseed, 2001), 53 mins, 14 page(s)
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Hands
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produced by Abby Newton and Pat Humphries, 1960-; performed by Pat Humphries, 1960- (Appleseed, 2001), 52 mins, 13 page(s)
Topical folk like this ruled FM radio in the late '60s and early '70s, but today, Pat Humphries' odes to racial and sexual freedom and union organizing can sound pretty anachronistic. That's not to say there aren't some excellent songs on this CD, which features a preponderance of lilting originals, plus covers fr...
produced by Abby Newton and Pat Humphries, 1960-; performed by Pat Humphries, 1960- (Appleseed, 2001), 52 mins, 13 page(s)
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Harp: A Time to Sing
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produced by Jo-Lynne Worley and Joanie Shoemaker; performed by Holly Near, 1949-, Arlo Guthrie, 1947-, Ronnie Gilbert, 1926-2015 and Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Appleseed, 2001), 1 hour 48 mins, 26 page(s)
produced by Jo-Lynne Worley and Joanie Shoemaker; performed by Holly Near, 1949-, Arlo Guthrie, 1947-, Ronnie Gilbert, 1926-2015 and Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Appleseed, 2001), 1 hour 48 mins, 26 page(s)
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Lifeline Extended
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produced by Holly Near, 1949-; performed by Holly Near, 1949- and Ronnie Gilbert, 1926-2015 (Appleseed, 2002), 1 hour 29 mins, 23 page(s)
In 1984, Holly Near and Ronnie Gilbert released Lifeline, a collection of live recordings captured at the Great American Music Hall in San Francisco. The eight shows between April 28-31 would serve as a comeback for Gilbert (who had been part of the Weavers) and a chance for two politically committed women to join...
produced by Holly Near, 1949-; performed by Holly Near, 1949- and Ronnie Gilbert, 1926-2015 (Appleseed, 2002), 1 hour 29 mins, 23 page(s)
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Bacon
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produced by Mark Hawley and Christine Lavin, 1952-; performed by Mary Liz McNamara; in One Meat Ball (Appleseed, 2006), 3 mins
produced by Mark Hawley and Christine Lavin, 1952-; performed by Mary Liz McNamara; in One Meat Ball (Appleseed, 2006), 3 mins
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Earth
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produced by Reggie Harris, fl. 1990 and Chris Andersen; performed by Reggie Harris, fl. 1990 and Kim Harris; in Simplicity (Appleseed, 2002), 4 mins
produced by Reggie Harris, fl. 1990 and Chris Andersen; performed by Reggie Harris, fl. 1990 and Kim Harris; in Simplicity (Appleseed, 2002), 4 mins
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No More Auction Block
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produced by Kim Harris and Reggie Harris, fl. 1990; performed by Kim Harris and Reggie Harris, fl. 1990; in Steal Away: Songs of Underground Railroad (Appleseed, 1997), 2 mins
produced by Kim Harris and Reggie Harris, fl. 1990; performed by Kim Harris and Reggie Harris, fl. 1990; in Steal Away: Songs of Underground Railroad (Appleseed, 1997), 2 mins
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I Ain't Marching Anymore
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produced by Robert Aaron; performed by Eric Andersen, 1943-; in The Street Was Always There (Appleseed, 2004), 5 mins
produced by Robert Aaron; performed by Eric Andersen, 1943-; in The Street Was Always There (Appleseed, 2004), 5 mins
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There Was a Time
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produced by Scott Petito; performed by Tom Pacheco, 1946- (Appleseed, 2002), 59 mins, 11 page(s)
Tom Pacheco is an artist with something to say. Somewhere between a singer/songwriter and a protest singer, he concerns himself with issues ranging from the brevity of life to the environment. When the album opens with, "Under a plain smothered by shopping malls," many listeners will feel comfortable pegging Pache...
produced by Scott Petito; performed by Tom Pacheco, 1946- (Appleseed, 2002), 59 mins, 11 page(s)
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Under American Skies
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produced by Anne E. Hills, 1953- and Scott Petito; performed by Tom Paxton, 1937- and Anne E. Hills, 1953- (Appleseed, 2001), 59 mins, 14 page(s)
Tom Paxton reunites with one-time collaborator Anne Hills for this album of largely political folk, which includes such evergreens as "Carry It On," "Birmingham Sunday" (about the racially motivated 1963 church bombing), "God Bless the Grass," and Paxton's own "Clarissa Jones." Also on the program are a few later...
produced by Anne E. Hills, 1953- and Scott Petito; performed by Tom Paxton, 1937- and Anne E. Hills, 1953- (Appleseed, 2001), 59 mins, 14 page(s)
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