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  2. Pete Seeger - Wikipedia

    Pete Seeger op het Clearwater Festival (2007) Een van de gedichten van de Cubaanse dichter en vrijheidsstrijder José Martí , uit de bundel Versos Sencillos , werd later op muziek gezet als Guantanamera , een van Cuba's bekendste en meest patriottistische liedjes.

  3. Pete Seeger - Wikipedia

    Peter Seeger (May 3, 1919 – January 27, 2014) was an American folk singer and social activist. A fixture on nationwide radio in the 1940s, Seeger also had a string of hit records during the early 1950s as a member of the Weavers, notably their recording of Lead Belly's "Goodnight, Irene", which topped the charts for 13 weeks in 1950.

  4. Pete Seeger - Wikipedia

    Peter Seeger, più noto come Pete Seeger (New York, 3 maggio 1919 – New York, 27 gennaio 2014), è stato un cantautore e compositore statunitense di musica folk.. È assieme a Woody Guthrie (con cui ha collaborato e cantato assieme fin dagli anni quaranta) e Bob Dylan, fra i più conosciuti folk-singer statunitensi.

  5. pete seeger which side are you on - YouTube

    union song

  6. Guantanamera - sings young Pete Seeger - YouTube

    This started out as a poem written in 1899 by Cuban writer Jose Marti. The poem is about a girl from Guantanamo and was written from the point of view of a C...

  7. Pete Seeger - What Did You Learn In School? - YouTube

    Pete singing on BBC's 'Tonight In Person' in 1964. (Ripped from Folk Sounds of the Sixties, BBC4, 2006).Apologies for the watermark which appears. I hope to ...

  8. 2nd name: "To Everything There Is a Season"written by Pete Seeger in the late 1950s

  9. Pete Seeger: Waist Deep in the Big Muddy - YouTube

    Aired on CBS at the height of the Vietnam War, this song holds just as much truth today...It was back in 1941.I was a member of a good platoon.We were on man...

  10. Where Have All the Flowers Gone – Wikipedia

    Where Have All the Flowers Gone ist ein Antikriegslied, das 1955 vom US-amerikanischen Singer-Songwriter Pete Seeger geschrieben wurde. Der Folksong wurde von Max Colpet unter dem Titel Sag mir, wo die Blumen sind ins Deutsche übertragen und in der 1962 veröffentlichten Version von Marlene Dietrich international populär.

  11. Pete Seeger - This Land is Your Land - YouTube

    Today, May 3 2009, is Pete Seeger's 90th birthday. I can't make the big concert at Madison Square Garden to celebrate it, so this is my small tribute to him,...