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Mastinchele Wachipi Olewan [The Rabbit Song]
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performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014, Jeff Haynes, David Bernz, Travis Jeffrey, David Amram, 1930-, Peter Siegel, fl. 2011, Mark Murphy, 1932-2015 and Grégoire Maret, 1975-, Rivertown Kids; in Pete Seeger with the River Town Kids and Friends:Tomorrow's Children (Appleseed, 2010), 2 mins
performed by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014, Jeff Haynes, David Bernz, Travis Jeffrey, David Amram, 1930-, Peter Siegel, fl. 2011, Mark Murphy, 1932-2015 and Grégoire Maret, 1975-, Rivertown Kids; in Pete Seeger with the River Town Kids and Friends:Tomorrow's Children (Appleseed, 2010), 2 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1981), 37 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1980), 42 mins
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Just Enough
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produced by Patrick Sky, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1968), 44 mins
produced by Patrick Sky, 1943- (Folkways Records, 1968), 44 mins
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Neon Princess
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(Folkways Records, 1968), 34 mins
Recorded in 1968 by Thom Parrott during the American Folksong

Revival, this soft and melodious album enchants. Thom Parrott continues the folksong tradition today in his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico with the longest running songwriters showcase and open microphone at a local coffee house. No liner notes.

(Folkways Records, 1968), 34 mins
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Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers
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(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
Released in 1966, two years after the "Freedom Summer" of 1964, when civil rights activists concentrated their energy on registering black voters in the South, this album explicitly addresses the political situation of the time. Its songs—including a version of Malvina Reynolds' "It Isn't Nice"—call for positiv...
(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
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Washboard Band - Country Dance Music
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produced by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Folkways Records, 1956), 31 mins
Pete Seeger writes, "It is amazing how its ‘clickety, tick, pling clunk, punk, clonk' can cut through all the noises of a crowded dance floor." This celebration of the washboard's raspy rhythm features rousing tunes played by Seeger, William Edward Cook, Sonny Terry, Brownie McGhee, and Frank Robertson.
produced by Pete Seeger, 1919-2014 (Folkways Records, 1956), 31 mins
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