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Undervalued as a songwriter - especially in the shadow of MacColl, Heading for Home is but one of scores of valuable songs that Seeger has written, many grafted onto or from the living tradition. Her themes are love and betrayal, human solitude and need for affection, as well as the broad sweeps of socialist, feminist values and ideas. I looked across the amber light of the stone, timber and whitewash Market House, heard the incessant, sleety rain on the roof and witnessed an audience enthralled, left to sing on their own and all heading for home with thoughts and emotions drawn from deep, deep wells. Great gig, Peggy! - Francis Devine, Irish Times

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Seeger the folk singer from New York, offers us a remarkably unique style on this song; her vocals bend, twist and turn shaving off any kind of traditional approach to her genres. The beats and guitars compliment Peggy’s soft and laid back melodies.
- Paul Stewart Media

 

Songs for October 2004 Notes

The TIMELY SERIES are CDs with 1-15 songs on them, issued whenever I feel like it or whenever there are issues to be immediately covered.

These CDs are modestly produced with minimal accompaniment, production and packaging. They are only available from Peggy herself, on this website or at her concerts. You can get on her mailing list by contacting her through this website.

TIMELY #01 - SONGS FOR OCTOBER 2004


I've put six songs onto an impromptu CD for just the month of October 2004. Including two songs about Bush, one about 9/11, two feminist pieces and one peace song. All of my own composition.

This CD will only be available as long as Bush is in the White House. Hope I don't have to re-name it.

Songs for October 2004
Written, ©, Sung and Played by
PEGGY SEEGER

1. Davy
2. You Men Out There 2004
3. Bush Went to Kyoto
4. Go Easy on Him
5. Cavemen
6. Peaceful Woman, Fighting Hard

E-caution: feminist content

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