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9 thoughts on “ On Top Of Old Smoky - Pete Seeger - Folk Songs For Young People (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Moogushicage
    On Top Of Old Smokey Lyrics: On top of old smokey all covered with snow / I lost my true lover for courting too slow / For courting's a pleasure and parting's a grief / And a false hearted lover.
  2. Kigajas
    "On Top of Old Smoky" is a traditional American folk song most likely from the Appalachians that was given a new life in by the famous folk group The Weavers, selling over a million records that year. The catchy call and response rendition received an added oomph by the tongue-in-cheek interpretation of a young Pete Seeger.
  3. Fegami
    Pete Seeger sings folk songs for young people.. [Pete Seeger] Music LP: Juvenile audience: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: Sometimes I feel like a motherless child -- Joshua fought the battle of Jericho -- Oh worrycare -- On top of Old Smokey -- Good night Irene -- John Henry -- .
  4. Volar
    Apr 08,  · Many people assume On Top of Old Smokey refers specifically to the Smokey Mountains in the Southeastern United States, and it can and has been sung in that context. But On Top of Old Smokey is a folk song with a long history. It is well-known in the United States, but the song’s origins in both lyric and tune goes back as far as the 16th century.
  5. Shasar
    Pete Seeger - Folk Songs for Young People Album Lyrics; 1. Blow the Man Down: 2. John Henry: 3. On Top of Old Smokey: 4. On Top of Old Smoky: 5. Skip to My Lou: 6. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child: 7. The Farmer Is the Man (Who Feeds Us All).
  6. Kagadal
    “On Top of Old Smokey” or “On Top of Old Smoky” is a traditional nursery rhyme and folksong. There aren’t many evidences about the origin of this song and its author is unknown. Most commonly the lyrics are connected with the Great Smoky or Smokey Mountains located along the Tennessee and North Carolina border, an area populated by.
  7. Kazratilar
    According to The Best American Ballads: Folk Song USA, "Old Smoky" is "a lonesome love ditty with its roots in England and its trail winding across all the 48 states."Like all the songs in the Sixth Printing of this book, which was published in , it was collected by the father and son team of John and Alan Lomax.
  8. Goshura
    Glazer's songs were recorded by Bob Dylan, Pete Seeger, Burl Ives, The Kingston Trio, Peter, Paul and Mary, Perry Como and Frank Sinatra. [1] [2] He was part of the strong folk music scene in New York in the s, and with Lead Belly, Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and Josh White helped prepare for the commercially successful folk revival of the.
  9. Goltizilkree
    We move onto lovers (On Top of Old Smokey and Goodnight Irene), and Pete Seeger tells us a remarkable story (Oh Worrycare) of how one man's cleverness earns him the woman of his dreams. We also meet heroes (John Henry), and the album ends on a note of great joy, happiness and hope for the future (It Would Be a Wonderful World)/5(5).