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The Weavers' Almanac


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  • The year 1963's ALMANAC is the Weavers' final studio album before their breakup soon after. Released at the height of the protest boom and taking its title from the Almanac Singers, the avowedly political folk group that Lee Hays and Pete Seeger had started back in the 1940s, ALMANAC bridges generations in the folk scene, bringing the songs for the first generation of leftist political folksingers to their sons and daughters in the early '60s collegiate folk scene.
  • This includes heartfelt renditions of standards like "Brother, Can You Spare A Dime" and "Rally Round the Flag" devoid of all the schmaltz often applied to them, along with a selection of group originals like "We're All Dodgin'" and Erik Darling's sharp "True Religion." At a point when Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, and Peter, Paul and Mary were the height of protest cool on the contemporary folk scene, ALMANAC shows decisively where it all began.
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