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Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

The Armistice Pals: Where Have All the Flowers Gone?

Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
A folk music community project for peace on the 100th Anniversary of The War to end all Wars
The Armistice Pals

Folkstock Records (EP, UK, November 9, 2014)

Project conceived by Damian Liptrot and co-corganised with Helen Meissner at Folkstock Arts Foundation;
Assembled and produced by John Kettle at The Old Court Studio, Wigan;
Design by JoolzDesign

Contributors

David Swarbrick, Judy Dyble, Linda Simpson, Johnny Coppin, Merry Hell, Lucy Ward, Reg Meuross, Jess Vincent, Ray Cooper, Flossie Malavialle, Said The Maiden, Eric Bazilian, Robb Johnson, Sian James, Richard Ryall (Littmus), Peter Robinson, Dave Mather, Kellie While, Kelly Oliver, Patsy Matheson, Gavin Davenport, Christine Collister, Ninebarrow, Luke Jackson, Peter Knight's Gigspanner, Gren Bartley, Chris While, Julie Matthews, Pete Seeger, Peggy Seeger, Edwina Hayes and the Armistice Pals Chorus.

Peggy and Pete Seeger, special vocal appearences;
Sian James, harp;
Dave Swarbrick, fiddle;
Merry Hell, all other instrumentation

Tracks

  1. Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (3.55)
  2. Emerald Green (3.43)
  3. Peggy Seeger talks about the poem and the poet (7.19)
  4. I Have a Rendezvous with Death (1.18)
    Peggy Seeger narrates a poem of the First World War written by her uncle, Alan Seeger. He was killed in action at Belloy-en-Santerre on July 4, 1916.

Track 1 Pete Seeger, Joe Jickerson;
Track 2 Virginia Kettle;
Track 4 Alan Seeger