2.Banjo Medley: Cripple Creek / Old Joe Clark / Leather Britches
5.Mail Myself to You
6.My Rambling Boy
7.A Little Brand New Baby
8.What Did You Learn in School Today?
10.Mrs. Clara Sullivan's Letter
11.Who Killed Norma Jean?
12.Who Killed Davey Moore?
14.A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
15.Didn't He Ramble (Fragment)
16.Keep Your Eyes On The Prize
17.If You Miss Me At The Back Of The Bus
18.I Ain't Scared Of Your Jail
Tracks on Disc 2:
2.Skip To My Lou
4.Deep Blue Sea
5.Sea Of Mercy (Fragment)
7.(The Ring on My Finger Is) Johnny Give Me
8.Oh What A Beautiful City
9.Lua Do Sertao (Moon Of The Backland)
11.Polyushke Polye (Meadowlands)
12.Genbaku O Yurusumagi (Never Again The A-Bomb)
13.Schtille Di Nacht (Quiet Is The Night)
14.Viva La Quince Brigada (Long Live The Fifteenth Brigade)
15.Tshotsholosa (Road Song)
16.This Land Is Your Land
17.From Way Up Here
18.We Shall Overcome
19.Mister Tom Hughes's Town
20.Bring Me Li'l' Water Silvy
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Recorded at Carengie Hall on June 8, 1963, this recording is one of Pete Seeger's most famous concerts. It contains the entire concert, about twice as much music as the LP.
Capturing a complete mid-'60s solo concert at New York's Carnegie Hall on two hour-long discs, Pete Seeger's WE SHALL OVERCOME is a glorious-sounding document of the folksinger/musicologist/social activist at the peak of his powers. Opening with a fleet-fingered banjo medley and ending more than two hours later with a stirring version of his classic "Guantanamera," Seeger touches on every aspect of his music, from protest songs to blues to traditional ballads to leftist anthems. The entire concert is remarkable, but a particular highlight comes in the middle of the first disc, when Seeger covers two songs by Bob Dylan, the apocalyptic "A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall" and the anti-boxing tirade "Who Killed Davey Moore?," a gesture of solidarity from one generation of folkies to another. The remastered sound is pristine and the set includes new liner notes.