CD Singalong: Live at Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980 (CD 602182),
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Singalong: Live at Sanders Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1980

  • 0. DISC 1:
    1. Introduction
    2. John Henry
    3. Introduction to Song
    4. Aunt Rhody
    5. Lonesome Valley
    6. Amazing Grace
    7. Recorder Improvisation-Introduction to l'Internationale
    8. I'internationale
    9. Old Time Religion
    10. Introduction to Song
    11. Down-A-Down
    12. Introduction of Louis Killen
    13. Rothesay O'
    14. Introduction to Song
    15. Old Settler's Song
    16. Introduction to Song
    17. Acres of Clams
    18. Abiyoyo
    19. Teaching Song
    20. Cristo Ya Naci en Palacagina
    0. DISC 2:
    1. Sicillian Tarantella - (TRUE instrumental)
    2. Introduction to Song
    3. Homestead Strike Song
    4. Introduction to Song
    5. Young Woman Who Swallowed a Lie
    6. Introduction to Song
    7. We Shall Not Be Moved
    8. Introduction to Song
    9. Somagwaza
    10. Introduction to Song
    11. Run Come See the Sun
    12. If I Had a Hammer
    13. Introduction to Song
    14. Water Is Wide, The
    15. Old Devil Time
    16. Hole in the Bucket
    17. Jacob's Ladder
    18. Twelve Gates to the City
    19. Song Introduction
    20. Little Birdie
    21. Greensleeves
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): CD-SF-40027/

  • Credits
    EngineerJohn Nagy

    Recorded live at Sander's Theatre in Cambridge, MA. in 1980, when Seeger had just turned 60. Includes notes by Pete Seeger.
    Personnel: Pete Seeger (vocals, guitar, banjo).
    Audio Mixers: David Stein; John Nagy; Paul Mufson.
    Liner Note Author: Pete Seeger.
    Recording information: Sanders Theatre Cambridge, MA (1980).
    Cambridge, Massachusetts, was along with Greenwich Village one of the birthplaces of the late-'50s/early-'60s folk revival. The historic Sanders Theatre, near Harvard in downtown Cambridge, is one of the most popular folk venues in the world, and this excellent double-disc recording of a raucous 1980 show by Pete Seeger shows why Cambridge audiences are so renowned in folk circles. Though the Sanders is a large venue, and judging by the crowd sound, it was packed this night, every single person in this audience seems to know these songs by heart. As the album title suggests, this is not the usual live record, but a good old-fashioned hootenanny, with the audience joining in on the choruses of Seeger's traditional folk songs. The excitement and fun are infectious, but those expecting a more subdued concert should look elsewhere.

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