At 89

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At 89
Studio album by Pete Seeger
Released September 30, 2008 (2008-09-30)
Genre Folk
Length 48:28
Label Appleseed

At 89 is an album by Pete Seeger, released on September 30, 2008, through Appleseed Records.[1] In 2008, the album earned Seeger the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Folk Album.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Nameless Banjo Riff" – 0:39
  2. "False from True" (Seeger) – 2:49
  3. "Now We Sit Us Down" (Seeger) 1:16
  4. "Pete's Greeting" – 0:32
  5. "Visions of Children" (Beethoven, Seeger) – 2:12
  6. "Wonderful Friends" (Seeger, Wyatt) – 3:20
  7. "The Water Is Wide" (traditional) – 2:32
  8. "Pete Talks About Clearwater" – 0:30
  9. "It's a Long Haul" (Jeffrey, Seeger) – 1:12
  10. "Throw Away That Shad Net (How Are We Gonna Save Tomorrow?)" (Seeger) – 4:47
  11. "Song of the World's Last Whale" (Seeger) – 2:39
  12. "The First Settlers" (Bernz, Seeger) – 5:01
  13. "The D Minor Flourish/Cindy" (traditional) – 0:44
  14. "Pete's Intro to If It Can't Be Reduced" – 0:47
  15. "If It Can't Be Reduced" (Bourque, Seeger) – 2:13
  16. "Spring Fever" (Seeger) – 0:52
  17. "Pete Speaks About World War II" – 0:31
  18. "When I Was Most Beautiful" (Ibaragi, Seeger) – 2:54
  19. "Bach at Treblinka" (Seeger, Suhl) – 1:18
  20. "We Will Love or We Will Perish" (Bach, Seeger) – 1:32
  21. "The Story of Tzena, Tzena, Tzena" – 1:02
  22. "Tzena, Tzena, Tzena" (Haggiz, Jenkins, Miron, Natour) – 2:23
  23. "One Percent Phosphorous Banjo Riff" (Seeger) – 1:35
  24. "Pete Speaks About Involvement" – 0:13
  25. "Or Else! (One-a These Days)" (Bernz, Onymous, Seeger) – 3:22
  26. "Waist Deep in the Big Muddy" (Seeger) – 3:36
  27. "Little Fat Baby" (Bernz, Seeger) – 4:48
  28. "Arrange and Re-Arrange" (Seeger) – 3:18
  29. "Alleluya" (traditional) – 2:00
  30. "Pete's Extroduction" – 1:14
  31. "If This World Survives" (Reynolds, Seeger) – 1:39
  32. "How Soon?" (Seeger) – 1:08

Personnel[edit]

  • Sue Altkin – choir, chorus, vocals
  • Johann Sebastian Bach – composer
  • David Bernz – author, banjo, choir, chorus, composer, engineer, guitar, guitar (12-string), photography, producer, vocals
  • Sonya Cohen – vocals
  • Jonathan Dickau – choir, chorus, engineer, mixing, vocals
  • James Durst – choir, chorus, guitar, vocals
  • Christina Galbiati – graphic design
  • David Glasser – mastering
  • Judy Jacobs – photography
  • Travis Jeffrey – composer, vocals
  • Gordon Jenkins – composer
  • Alan Lomax – arranger, collection
  • John A. Lomax – arranger, collection
  • Sara Milonovich – violin
  • Mark Murphy – bass, choir, chorus, vocals
  • Jim Musselman – executive producer, liner notes
  • Malvina Reynolds – composer
  • Perry Robinson – clarinet
  • Martha Sandefer – choir, chorus, vocals
  • Pete Seeger – banjo, choir, chorus, composer, guitar (12-string), guitar (nylon string), interviewee, Native American flute, producer, spoken word, vocals
  • Laurie Siegel – choir, chorus, vocals
  • Bruce K. Taylor – choir, chorus, vocals
  • Connie Taylor – choir, chorus, vocals
  • Lorre Wyatt – composer

References[edit]

  1. ^ "At 89". Allmusic. Retrieved May 6, 2011. 

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