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Originally released in 1962, Pete Seeger's American Game And Activity Songs For Children is a joyous listen for everyone. Accompanying himself on banjo, American folk hero Seeger runs through 11 classic kid's song, giving to them a fresh arrangement and sound that only the unique and inimitable Seeger could. A classic folk title that has inspired children for generations and still sounds great today, reissued on vinyl L. .More Albums by Pete Seeger.
Pete Seeger was a famous American folk singer. Go through this biography to learn more about his profile, childhood, life and timeline. Peter ‘Pete’ Seeger was born to Constance and Charles Seeger, in New York City. His father taught music at the University of California and his mother, who was also a musician, taught violin at The Juilliard School. His sister Peggy, too, would go on to become a folk musician and his brother, Mike, became a part of the ‘New Lost City Ramblers’.
American Folk Songs For Children by Pete Seeger. View all albums . Sleep-Time Songs & Stories By Pete Seeger. By: Pete Seeger (1958, Non-Music). 1. Sweet Little Baby More albums from Pete Seeger: Love Songs For Friends And Foes by Pete Seeger.
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Pete Seeger was well read, always looking for a good quote. He took this from the biblical Book of Ecclesiastes. Based on the line To everything, there is a season and a time for every purpose, Turn! Turn! Turn! became one of his best-known songs. When testifying in front of the House Un-American Activities Committee, Seeger asked to sing it. He was denied. Many of Seeger’s albums were for children. His father, Charles, made up funny story songs based on old songs. He remembered this one based on a Tin Pan Alley song called May Irwin’s Frog Song. Seeger made up story songs, too, like Abiyoyo. During the 1960s, Seeger took up the cause of environmentalism as he witnessed the pollution around him.