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All I Want - The Almanac Singers - Talking Union (Shellac)


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Shellac release of Talking Union on Discogs. Label: Keynote Recordings (2) - • Format: 3x, Shellac 10 The Almanac Singers - Talking Union (, Shellac) | Discogs.
  2. Talking Union is a album by the Almanac Singers: Millard Lampell, Lee Hays and Pete ckanlankcuttcounlogy.arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co is an enduring collection of working man’s anthems that have been passed down through generations of laborers. Liner notes include an introduction by Pete Seeger and song explanations. In it was selected by the Library of Congress as an addition to the National Recording Registry, which Genre: Folk.
  3. Apr 10,  · The Almanac Singers are attributed to turning the Talking Blues into a common political protest song style. Purpose of the Song “Talking Union” Album cover. Talking Union. Wikipedia. Web. The Almanac Singers wrote about many issues close to the hearts of the left wing, including unions. The song is intended to advocate for labor rights.
  4. The Almanac Singers was an American New York City-based folk music group, active between and , founded by Millard Lampell, Lee Hays, Pete Seeger, and Woody ckanlankcuttcounlogy.arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co group specialized in topical songs, mostly songs advocating an anti-war, anti-racism and pro-union philosophy. They were part of the Popular Front, an alliance of liberals and leftists, including the Communist Party Genres: Folk.
  5. The Almanac singers were an American folk vocal group, active in the early 's. Original members included Pete Seeger (who called himself Pete Bowers at .
  6. "Like hymns and patriotic songs, union songs are songs with a message. Released in , this record by Peter Seeger, the Almanac Singers, and the Song Swappers, is an enduring collection of working man's anthems that have been passed down through generations of laborers/5(13).
  7. Talking Union, an Album by The Almanac Singers. Released in July on Keynote (catalog no. ; Shellac 10"). Genres: American Folk Music.
  8. " “Like hymns and patriotic songs, union songs are songs with a message. " Released in , this record by Peter Seeger, the Almanac Singers, and the Song Swappers, is an enduring collection of working man’s anthems that have been passed down through generations of laborers. Liner notes include an introduction by Pete Seeger and song explanations.
  9. The Almanac Singers lasted for barely a year and only left behind three dozen songs, and their work was at least as controversial as it was popular. But they were among the very first folk music groups organized for political purposes to record, and their lineup -- Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Woody Guthrie, and Millard Lampell-- was a virtual "who's who" of topical and popular folk music for the.

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