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Her multi instrumentalism (guitar, autoharp, banjo, keyboards, concertina), her unashamed fealty to the politics of folk music (where gender wars, labour laws, ecology and Napoleon jostle for space), and her magnificent voice conspired to still a surprisingly small crowd who hung on her every note and syllable. - Siobhan Long, Irish Times

Peggy Quotes 2

In a world where stars can fade by age 25, it is great to review an album by a lady approaching her 70th birthday who has entertained and enlightened us for half a century. I believe that the second part of that accolade is the more important in assessing this diva of folk. Her songs always entertain but by making us think she achieves her greatest hold.
- Rambles

 

Period Pieces Notes

Period Pieces - (Tradition TCD 1078)

An album of women's songs, written by Peggy Seeger between 1963 and 1994. All of them except one have been previously recorded. Half of the 18 items are fresh recordings. The other half are being remixed from Familiar Faces, or taken from live recordings. They give an extraordinary overview of feminist issues over the past thirty years.

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