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Author: Pete Seeger Narrator: Pete Seeger Publisher: Hachette Original Audio Length: Release Date: May 2014 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781478956228

Publisher Description

Back porch swamp blues music stomps you into the Mekong River as Pete tells the controversial story of how the airing of this song, protesting the war in Vietnam, contributed to the Smother's Brothers' show being cancelled.

This single is part of the ongoing project called PETE SEEGER: THE STORM KING - an audio collection presenting seeger's spoken words as he captivatingly recounts his most engaging stories, narratives, and poems - set to new music, produced by world renowned percussionist/producer Jeff Haynes, from over 50 musicians from traditions as diverse as African Music, Blues, Bluegrass, Classical Guitar, Folk, Jazz, Native American Music, and World Beat.

This two-hour audiobook is available on CD and as a digital download, in bookstores and online where books and music are sold.

www.PeteSeegerTheStormKing.com

Big Muddy by Pete Seeger & Jeff Haynes

© Copyright - Jeff Haynes, Komunyaka Productions, LLC.

Music written by Paul Cebar (Waist Deep).

Cover photo © Copyright Richard Dorbin (dorbinart.com)

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About the Author

Pete Seeger (1919–2014) was a towering figure in American culture best known for his contributions to the revival of folk music in the US and his activism. A masterful musician and a commanding spokesman, he remained true to his passions and principles, and his personal stories bear witness to some of our past century’s most scaring and triumphant historic events. Seeger wrote many hit songs, including “Turn, Turn, Turn!” and “We Shall Overcome,” widely recognized as the anthem of the 1960s American civil rights movement. Mr. Seeger died peacefully at the age of ninety-four.