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3 FOLKWAYS RECORDS Album No. FA Z043 Copyright 1955 by Folkways Records'" Service Corp. 117 West 46th street NYC. NY. USA. THE Pete SeegerSampler I Records too New

4 The successive frontiers of our country isolated and preserved many songs from many lands, constantly added new ones to our musical heritage and spread them across the country. What made us a people and a country made Pete Seeger a creative artist. ". that right hand on the banjo... a steel stallion that could gallop out any kind of rhythm (with all the counter point and pedal point anyone could wish) in flamenco, blues, jazz, hillbilly, minstrel, dulcimer, or guitar style... no better singer or song-leader in the country, none more honest, none more capable of setting a crowd on fire than Peter Seeger who had puzzled and practiced his way to perfection by listening to what the people had learned to do in their folk music." Although his forbears were among the early settlers, Pete was city-bred and his method was learning anew the blues and ballads, the work songs and love songs, the lullabies and hard-hitting songs of the people, that stretched across the continent. As a Connecticut school boy Pete Seeger did not think of becoming a musician. He never received formal training, (although his father is a well known musicologist and his mother was a violinist) but always liked to make music in some way, using musical ~lasses, whistles, the ukelele and playing tenor banjo in the school band. In 1935 when he was sixteen years old he was "smitten" by a 5-string banjo played at a square dance festival in Asheville, North Carolina. "This (the banjo) was my calling card three years later when I quit college and crossed the country. " (He also plays the recorder, guitar, piano, flute, mandolin and is now working on perfecting the steel drum made from discarded oil drums adapted from the Trinidadian version of same.) He sang the old songs and made up new ones for the Hooversville community camp in Oklahqma, for farmers and factory workers and ladies auxilliaries in Denver and San Francisco down to Mexico and back to New York. where in 1939 he worked as a porter at the New York World's Fair, roving puppeteer playing to dairy farmers during the milk strike of '39 and as then assistant to Alan Lomax in the Archives of American Folk Song in the Library of Congress. He says: "I found myself picking 1Jp change singing songs. Feeling, in addition, that it was an occupation useful to mankind, I have done it ever since, through two years with the Almanac Singers, three and one-half years in the Army, three years as director of Peoples Songs and three years with the Weavers." Pete has sung his way into the hearts of many communities, rural and city, with the hundreds of songs brought here by the sons and daughters of every continent under the sun. Whether he sings as he has, in taverns and churches, street corners and back porches, in Town Hall and Carnegie Hall, to nursery school children and college students, to soldiers and factory workers and farmers, in union halls, on TV and radio, in saloons - Ciro's and barrel-house, for the movies and on records. He learned much by singing and playing with the musicians of rural communities. He is grateful also for what they taught him to his family and "to Woody Guthrie, Aunt Molly Jackson and Huddie Ledbetter for their instruction of music and life; to thousands of musicians and singers and folklorists, to nonmusicians such as Joe Gelder of Alabama, Victor Jerome of New York and Hugh DeLacy of Seattle, who showed me how music can help shape a healthy life. I feel myself very fortunate to have been able to lead such a life and envy no one except children because they have so many years ahead of them. " As the songs he sings and the music he plays of the people finds an evergrowing response, the personal note of our troubador and bard has taken on a more universal character. Peter Seeger, the "long tall string bean kid from up New England, " now the father of three children, devoted to the music of the people hopes that one day soon our folk music, an honest combination of many music traditions will take its place beside the other great art traditions and that as "the apex of a pyramid is as high as the base is broad, we will have great music in our country when many people are able to make their own music. "

5 JOHNNY COMES DOWN TO HlLO We are told that Hilo was a port in South America. No matter to the sailors, evidently. They mixed in verses about Mobile, and probably improvised new ones in every port. This is a Capstan or Windlass Shanty. 0, was you ever down in Mobile Bay? Where they load the cotton on a summer's day? Chorus: Johnny comes down to Hilo, Poor old man. o wake her, 0, shake her, o who's that gal with the blue dress on? Johnny comes down to Hilo, Poor old man. I never see the like since I been born, A great big gal with the sea-boots on. Chorus: Johnny comes down to Hilo, Poor old m Oan. o wake her, 0, shake her, o who's that gal with the blue dress on? Johnny comes down to Hilo, Poor old man. PUTTING ON THE STYLE A popular song of the latter part of the 19th Century. This version of it was learned by children in a summer camp in the Catskills, Camp Woodland, from a local resident, at one of their annual folk festivals. Young man in a carriage, Driving like he's mad, With a pair of horses He borrowed from his dad. He cracks his whip so lively Just to see his lady smile; But she knows he's only Putting on the style. Chorus: Putting on.the agony Putting on the style; That's what all the young folks Are doing all the while. And as I look around me I'm very apt to smile, To see so many people Pu~ing on the style. Sweet sixteen goes to church Just to see the boys; Laughs and giggles At every little noise. She turns this way a little, Then turns that way a while, But everybody knows she's only Putting on the style. Cho. Young man in a restaurant, Smokes a dirty pipe, Looking like a pumpkin That's only half-way ripe. Smoking, drinking, chewing And thinking all the while, That there's nothing equal To putting on the style. Cho. Young man just from college, Makes a big display, With a great big jawbreak. That he can hardly sfiy; It can't be found in Webster's And won't be for a while" But everybody knows he's only Putting on the style. Cho. Preacher in the pulpit, Shouting with all his might; Glory, Halle lujah! Put the people in a fright. You might think it's Satan Coming up and down the aisle, But it's only the preacher Putting on the style. Cho.

6 u.r;lla'lj GONE A Bahaman version of an American honky-tonk ballad. Johnny shot his Delia On a Christmas night; First time he shot her She bowed her head and died. Refrain: Delia's gone, one more round, etc. Sent for the doctor Doctor came too late; Sent for the minister To layout Delia straight. Refrain Delia, Delia, where you Been so long? Everybody's talkin, about Poor Delia dead and gone. Refrain DIG MY GRAVE The original Bahaman folk choral arrangement of this Bahaman hymn was transcribed by Ruth Crawford Seeger in the songbook collection "Our Singing Country" (J. and A. Lomax). Go and dig my grave both lon, and narrow. Make my coffin neat and strong. (2) To to to my head, to to to my feet, To to to carry me, Lord, when I die. (2) Oh, my soul's gonna shine like a star My soul's gonoa shine like a star. My soul's gonna shine like a star, Lord, I'm bound to heaven when I die. (Repeat) ITALIAN CHRISTMAS CAROL In Naples every Christmas the country bagpipers come to town and play through the streets. This is their most popular song. The bagpipe and a clarinet play the introduction and interludes; then two singers give forth with simple harmony on the verses. The English lyrics are by Peter See,er. It was on a night like this, A little babe was born; The shepherds gathered round To guard him till the dawn. Above them shone a star, A star so wondrous light; That never since in all these years Have we seen one half so bright. Shining so truly shining so brightly, Guiding their footsteps from afar. It led them through the night, A path to love and brotherhood By following its light. 0, come with us tonight, And join us on our way; For we have found again that star To greet us every day. Although throughout our land, Men search the skies in 'Vain Yet turn their glance within their hearts They would find that star again Shining so truly shining so brightly, Guiding their footsteps from afar. It led them through the night A path to love and brotherhood By following its light. DEEP BLUE SEA Deep blue sea, baby, deep blue sea. (3) It was Willie what got drownded in thp. Deep blue sea. Lower him down with a golden chain. (3) It was Willie what got drownded in the Deep blue sea. Dig his grave with a golden spade. (3) It was Wil1ie what got drownded in the Deep blue sea. n ')

7 SPANISH FOLK SONG Not all American folk songs are in the English language, of course. Over a million citizens along the Mexican border speak Spanish as their main tongue, and their folk music, though it has Latin roots, has as much right to be termed American folk music as British ballads collected in the Appalachians. This song was taught to Pete by folklorist Jenny Vincent, who learned it from her neighbors in New Mexlco~ Dios bendiga de dia venturoso Y bendiga la prenda que adora Ya los ange los canten en coro 'Por los annos que comples muy bien. Las estrellas vista en gala Y la luna se hena de encanto Al saber <e.e te dia de tu santo Por los ann os que cornples rnuy bien. '))

8 SIDE D HOE DOWN Whoa! mule. whoa! Whoa that muie! I say. Keep your seat Miss Liza Ain't got lona to stay. U I was a sugar tree Down in the mlddle of town. Every time a pretty girl passed I'd shake some suaar down. I'M: ON MY WA Y I'm on my way to freedom land (3) I'm on my way. areat God. I'm on my way. I uked my, brother to come with me (:1) I'm on my way. fj"eat God. I'm on my way. U he saya no. I'll go alone (3) I'm on my way. great God. I'm on 1117 way. I asked my boss to let me go (3) I'm on my way. treat God. I'm on my way. U he says DO I'll go alone (3) I'm on my way. areat God. I'm on my way. I'm on my way and I won't turn back (3) I'J;I1 on my way. areat God. I'm on my way. BEY Ll-LEE, Ll-LEE-LO Lata of verses to this sona. Hey ll-lee. ll-lee-lo; Got to make 'em up as you go along. Hey 11-1ee. ll-lee-lo. Now is there a poet in the house? Hey ll-lee. ll-lee-lo; Someone who can rhyme louae with mouse? Hey ll-lee. 11-1ee-lo. Two old maids sittin' in the sand, Hey ll-lee. 11-1ee-1o; Each one wishing the other was a man. Hey 11-1ee, )\-lee-io. Now you talk of East and Weat. Hey l1-lee. l1-lee-io; Think I got a verse about the best. Hey 11-1ee. ll-lee-lo. Listen. folks here is my thesis, Hey 11-1ee. 11-1ee-lo; Peace in the world or the world in pieces. Hey ll-lee. 11-1ee-lo. Hey 11-1ee. ll-lee-lo etc. LULLABY Hush. tarara -ra. hush. tara Times is mighty hard. A dollar a day ts all they pay For work on the boulevard. BEANS, BACON, GRAVY I was born long ago. in I've aeen mlu}y a panic. I w111 own; I've been hungry. I've been cold. And now I'm growing old, But the worst I seen was INDONESIAN LULLABY Arranged by Peter See,er. "I have waited for you so long. Now that I have found you, I will never let you go. " Sultram. sullram. ram. ram, Sullram yang manis. Adu hatind\ulg suhoorang. Bidjakla sana dipandang manis. Tingi lao tingi si matabar!. Suliram. anaklakoorbau mati toortambat. Sultram. sudala lama saiya menchari. Baruse klarung saiya mendabat. JOSHUA FIT THE BATTLE OF JERICHO Joshua came to Jericho. Took his horn and gave a blow. Said that city had to go. That's the end of Jericho... Chorus: That morning - Joshua fit the battle of Jericho Jericho. Jericho Joshua fit the battle of Jericho And the walls came tumbling down. You may talk about your kings of Gideon, You may talk about your men of Saul, There's none like good old Joshua At the battle of Jericho. Cho. Up to the walls of Jericho He marched with spear in hand, "Go blow those ram -horns, " Joshua cried, "Cause the battle is in my hands." Cho. There's no man like Joshua No man like Saul No man like Joshua At the battle of Jericho. Cho.


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