According to Pete Seeger, in various interviews, he first heard the word hootenanny in Seattle, Washington in the late 1930s. The album The Repercussions of Angelic Behavior by Rieflin, Gunn and Fripp contains a track entitled "Hootenanny At The Pink Pussycat Cafe". Swedish 1960s folk band "Hootenanny Singers" included Björn Ulvaeus, who later was a member of ABBA. Belgian band Too Much and the White Nots released an album called Hootenanny in 2011.
Drawn from three "hootenanny" concerts held at Carnegie Hall as benefits for Sing Out! magazine in 1958 and 1959, the Folkways Records LP Hootenanny at Carnegie Hall is a mixed bag of material and tape sources. Highlights include a powerful performance by the Rev. Gary Davis of his signature song, "If I Had My Way"; a comedy routine by the actor Will Geer impersonating Mark Twain; and Pete Seeger's rendition of a newly written topical song by Malvina Reynolds satirizing the Ku Klux Klan, "The Battle of Maxton Fields.
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Hootenanny at Carnegie Hall (1963). Album by Pete Seeger. was covered in. Gotta Travel On by Jerry Lee Lewis and Linda Gail Lewis (1969).
Hootenanny Live 1963 Aravel AB 1003 - Pete Seeger, Jack Elliot.
Hootenanny Tonight!, 1959. Hootenanny Tonight!, 1959. California Blues, 03:09. America the Beautiful, 02:19. Now playing: Portugal.
Album · 1959 · 19 Songs. Hootenanny Tonight! Various Artists. Listen on Apple Music. 19 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released: 1 Jan 1959. 1959 Folkways Records.
Hootenanny at Carnegie Hall. Studio album by Pete Seeger. Hootenanny at Carnegie Hall appears in the following lists: Music Genre: Folk.
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