Converge - Where Have All The Flowers Gone Album
No idea on how many copies were done (less than 100 I think).
Never saw a real original copy !
This is their second demo tape.
Where Have All the Flowers Gone is a modern folk-style song. The melody and the first three verses were written by Pete Seeger in 1955 and published in Sing Out magazine. Additional verses were added in May 1960 by Joe Hickerson, who turned it into a circular song. In 2010, the New Statesman listed it as one of the Top 20 Political Songs. Where Have All The Flowers Gone. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Where Have All The Flowers Gone Re-Recorded, Remastered. Исполнитель: The Kingston Trio. Listen free to Converge Where Have All the Flowers Gone Yesterday, Savior Salvation and more. 3 tracks 11:31. During the recording of their seminal fourth album Jane Doe, the group became a four-piece with the departure of guitarist Aaron Dalbec and the addition of bassist Nate Newton and drummer Ben Koller. This lineup has remained intact since. They have released nine studio albums, three live albums, and numerous EPs. Where Have All The Flowers Gone Contents. Album infos. Buy music. Where Have All the Flowers Gone - The Kingston Trio. From the album Where Have All The Flowers Gone. Album 1998 39 Songs. Festival of Flowers. Tish Hinojosa. Step By Step. Sweet Honey In the Rock. Blessed Be the Nation. Studs Terkel. That spirit was still very much alive in the septuagenarian Seeger when this album was released, and thanks to his music, it will be around long after he's gone. Album: Best Of The Kingston Trio 1962. Charted: 21. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . And they're singing: 'Where are the flowers The girls have plucked them. Where are the girls They've all taken husbands. Where are the men They're all in the army. Gallop, gallop, gallop, wheeeee' I stuck the words in my pocket. It was renamed Where Have All The Children Gone, and this ad of the same name was from the US Department of Justice, the National Crime Prevention Council, and the Ad Council. Peter, Paul And Mary's version was used in the 1994 movie Forrest Gump