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Walter Jackson - Where Have All The Flowers Gone / I'll Keep On Trying mp3 flac download

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For the 2008 documentary, see Where Have All the Flowers Gone? (film). In a 2013 interview, Seeger explained that he borrowed the melody from an Irish lumberjack song with the words 'Johnson says he'll load more ha. He simply slowed the tune and incorporated it to the lines. Pete Seeger's recording from the Columbia album The Bitter and the Sweet (November 1962), CL 1916, produced by John H. Hammond was also released as a Columbia Hall of Fame 45 single as 13-33088 backed by "Little Boxes" in August, 1965. Walter Jackson recorded a R & B version in Chicago for Okeh records in 1967. Jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery recorded an instrumental version in his trademark style on the 1968 LP Road Song. The Chambers Brothers recorded the song for their 1968 album A New Time - A New Day.

A. Where Have All The Flowers Gone. Written-By – P. Seeger. B. I'll Keep On Trying. Written-By – . trong, B. Miller. Where Have All The Flowers Gone, I'll Keep On Trying ‎(7", Single).

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A Where Have All The Flowers Gone
Written-By – P. Seeger*
2:08
B I'll Keep On Trying
Written-By – B.Strong*, B. Miller*
2:20

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  • Arranged By, Conductor – Riley Hampton
  • Producer – Carl Davis, Gerald Sims

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Original Styrene Promo Copy

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
4-7229 Walter Jackson Where Have All The Flowers Gone / I'll Keep On Trying ‎(7", Single) Okeh 4-7229 US 1966