The Womenfolk

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The Womenfolk were an American folk band from Pasadena, California.

The Womenfolk were active from 1962 to 1966 and were signed to RCA Records during the folk revival boom of the 1960s.[1] They released several albums, the most successful of which was their self-titled 1964 effort, which reached #118 on the Billboard 200.[2] The Womenfolk's version of "Little Boxes" was their only hit single, peaking at #83 in April 1964; at one minute and three seconds long, it is the shortest record ever to make the Billboard Hot 100.[citation needed]



  • We Give a Hoot! (RCA Victor 2821, 1963)
  • The Womenfolk (RCA Victor 2832, 1964)
  • Never Underestimate the Power of The Womenfolk (RCA Victor 2919, 1964)
  • The Womenfolk Live at the Hungry I (RCA Victor 2991, 1965)
  • Man Oh Man! (RCA Victor 3527, 1966)


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