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  • Performer: Pete Seeger
  • Album: Banks Of Marble
  • FLAC: 1298 mb | MP3: 1612 mb
  • Released: 1974
  • Country: Spain
  • Style: Folk
  • Rating: 4.2/5
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Pete Seeger - Banks Of Marble album flac

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A1a Yodel - Hell's Canyon 0:44
A1b Don't Ask What A River Is For
Words By, Adapted By [Based On Traditional Melody "over The Waterfall"] – Pete Seeger
2:21
A2 God Bless The Grass
Written-By – Malvina Reynolds
2:07
A3 Joy And Temperance
Written-By – Anon.*
1:15
A4 Young Woman Who Swallowed A Lie
Music By – Alan MillsWords By – Meredith Tax
3:33
Two Chinese Songs 3:12
A5a 3 Rules Of Discipline And 8 Rules Of Attention 1:23
A5b White Haired Girl 1:59
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A6 Estadio Chile
Written-By – Pete Seeger, Victor Jara
2:50
A7 Well May The World Go
Music By – Trad.*Words By – Pete Seeger
2:42
B1 Banks Of Marble
Piano, Vocals – Fred HellermanWritten-By – Les Rice
4:21
B2 This Is A Land
Adapted By [Melody From A Hymn Adapted By] – Pete SeegerWords By – Jacob Steendam
1:09
B3 Garbage
Bass – Fred HellermanWritten-By – Bill Steele
2:57
B4 My Father's Mansions
Written-By – Pete Seeger
2:08
B5 Precious Friend
Bass – Fred HellermanVocals – Nick SeegerWritten-By – Pete Seeger
2:22
B6 Pigtown Fling
Written By – P.D.
1:45
B7 Quite Early Morning
Written-By – Pete Seeger
4:12

Credits

  • Design – Ronald Clyne
  • Liner Notes – Pete Seeger
  • Photography By – Martin Schneider
  • Producer – Fred Hellerman

Notes

Recorded by Honeywind Productions, Ltd., Weston, Conn.
© 1974 Folkways Records & Service Corp., 43 W. 61 St., NYC 10023

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etching): FTS 31040 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etching): FTS 31040 B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
NDE 51.0021 Pete Seeger Banks Of Marble ‎(LP, Album) Nevada NDE 51.0021 Spain 1978
YW-7016-FW Pete Seeger Banks Of Marble ‎(LP, Album) Columbia YW-7016-FW Japan 1976
FWX 51040 Pete Seeger Banks Of Marble ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Folkways Records FWX 51040 France 1975
FTS 31040 Pete Seeger Banks Of Marble ‎(LP, Album) Folkways Records FTS 31040 US 1974

Pete Seeger singing the classic "workers' rights" tune from the 1950's.

Words By, Adapted By – Pete Seeger.

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Watch the video for Banks Of Marble from Pete Seeger's If I Had a Hammer: Songs of Hope & Struggle for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

Album If I Had a Hammer: Songs of Hope & Struggle. Banks Of Marble Lyrics. I've travelled around this country From shore to shining shore And it really makes me wonder What the world is coming to. I see the weary farmer Just plowing up the loam And I see the auction hammer A'selling off his home. His songs have made him well-known to farmers throughout the northeast. Perhaps his most well-known composition is Banks of Marble which achieved great popularity among union members throughout the country and even in Canada, where new verses have been found.

Pete Seeger singing the classic "workers' rights" tune from the 1950's. Lyrics below: BANKS ARE MADE OF MARBLE. I've traveled round this country From shore to shining shore. It really made me wonder The things I heard and saw. I saw the weary farmer, Plowing sod and loam; I heard the auction hammer A knocking down his home. But the banks are made of marble, With a guard at every door, And the vaults are stuffed with silver, That the seaman sweated for. I saw the weary miner, Scrubbing coal dust from his back, I heard his children cryin', Got no coal to heat the shack. But the banks are made of marble, With a guard at every door, And the vaults are stuffed with silver, That the miner sweated for. I've seen my brothers working Throughout this mighty land; I prayed we'd get together, And together make a stand.

Banks of Marble and Other Songs was Pete Seeger's first new studio album in three and a half years, since 1971's Rainbow Race, which proved to be his final LP in a ten-year stint at Columbia Records, and it marked his return to his old label, the tiny independent Folkways Records

This song is by Pete Seeger and appear. n the album Gazette, Vol. 1 (1958). on the album Banks of Marble and Other Songs (1974). on the album If I Had a Hammer: Songs of Hope and Struggle (1998). I've travelled around this countryFrom shore to shining shoreAnd it really makes me wonderWhat the world is coming to. I see the weary farmerJust plowing up the loamAnd I see the auction hammerA'selling off his home.

The discography of Pete Seeger, an American folk singer, consists of 52 studio albums, 23 compilation albums, 22 live albums, and 31 singles. Seeger's musical career started in 1940 when he joined The Almanac Singers. He stayed with the group for two years until he was drafted into the Army. After the end of World War II, Seeger helped found an organization known as People's Songs, along with the influential folk music magazine People's Songs Bulletin.

I've travelled around this country From shore to shining shore And it really makes me wonder What the world is coming to. Cho: But the banks are made of marble With a guard at every door And the vaults are made of silver That the workers sweated for.

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