Where Have All the Flowers Gone: A Singer's Stories, Songs, Seeds, Robberies

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Sing Out, 1993 - Music - 287 pages
One of the most important and influential figures in American music offers his autobiography in words and songs. This down-home style perspective covers everything from the music business to social activism. Includes complete music to Seeger's songs. 50 photos. Line drawings throughout.

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Contents

All Mixed Up
10
Politics 193949
17
Doodle Dandy
46
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Pete Seeger, the internationally acclaimed songwriter, musician, and activist, lives with his wife, Toshi, and daughter, Tinya, near Beacon, New York. In 2009 the PBS film "The Power of Song" celebrated his activism through music. There is a movement underway to nominate Mr. Seeger for the Nobel Peace Prize.

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