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Pete Seeger With The Almanac Singers - Talking Union (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Talking Union, an Album by The Almanac Singers. Released in July on Keynote (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: American Folk Music.
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  3. Pete Seeger with the Almanac Singers: Original Talkin Union & Other Union Songs (LP, Vinyl record album).
  4. Released by Seeger and the Almanac Singers on the album Talking Union, it was written in the s by Florence Reece, the wife of a union organizer for coal workers in Harlan County, Kentucky.
  5. Then, as of the 12th track, "Time's A-Getting Hard," it seems that Folkways Records ran out of Seeger instrumentals, and the disc starts to turn into a regular Pete Seeger folk album, complete with his tenor vocals on traditional folk songs and his own original (co-written with erstwhile Almanac Singers/Weavers partner Lee Hays), "Empty Pocket Price: $
  6. Jan 28,  · “Talking Union” Written in by Seeger, Millard Lampell and Lee Hays, who were all part of the group The Almanac Singers, “Talking Union” was an almost literal guide to union-building.
  7. Despite the title, this album is not to be confused with the Almanac Singers' debut album of the same name (nor with the expanded reissue of that album, Talking Union and Other Union Songs released in by Folkways Records), although it does contain a few of the tracks from that album.
  8. The Almanac Singers were a group of folk musicians who achieved brief popularity in the early s. Members Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger, and Woody Guthrie began playing together informally after Seeger and Hays had been playing at left-wing political functions for a time. Mainstream national success began after the American Youth Congress meeting in Washington D.C. in February of
  9. Almanac Singers: Talking Union (), an album by The Almanac Singers on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.

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