giovedì 29 aprile 2021

Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie - 1978-08-23 - Vienna, VA (DVDfull pro-shot)

(DVDfull pro-shot)

PETE SEEGER & ARLO GUTHRIE (with Shenandoah) 


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DVD info: 
Type: VOB program stream 

Duration: 1:10:19 
Data Size: 3.79 GB 
Bit Rate: 7.71 Mbps 

Video Tracks: 
224 MPEG-2, 720 × 480, 4:3, 29.97 fps, 8.00 Mbps, lower field first 

Audio Tracks: 
PCM stereo

Pete Seeger, vocals, banjo, guitar 
Arlo Guthrie, vocals, guitar, banjo, piano 

Steve Ide (guitar, vocals)
Bob Putnam (guitar, vocals)
Dan Velika (bass, vocals)
Terry A La Berry (drums, percussion)
Carole Ide (vocals). 

01. Midnight Special (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah) 
02. Pigtown Fling - instrumental (Pete) 
03. Get Up & Go (Pete) 
04. Where Have All The Flowers Gone (Pete) 
05. Sailing Down My Golden River (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
06. Little Beggarman (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
07. Freight Train (Pete) 
08. I'm Gonna Be An Engineer (Pete) 
09. Garden Song (Inch By Inch) (Pete) 
10. Garbage (Pete) 
11. I've Just Seen A Face (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
12. Tzena, Tzena (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
13. Guabi, Guabi (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
14. Way Out There (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah) 
15. City Of New Orleans (Arlo and Shenandoah) 
16. If I Had A Hammer (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah) 
17. Lonesome Valley (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah) 
18. Amazing Grace (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah) 
19. This Land Is Your Land (Pete, Arlo and Shenandoah)

This concert is a rare gem. It may be the ONLY "complete" (or nearly so, a few songs were left out of the PBS broadcast) concert of Pete in his prime (ok, a few years after his prime), and what a great concert it is. While Pete sticks to his familiar repertoire of sing-along standards (I'm Gonna Be An Engineer being the one exception), Arlo is all over the musical map, flatpicking an Irish fiddle tune, a bluegrass flavored Beatles cover, and telling not one but two shaggy dog stories in a row, including the hilarious "origin" of Tzena Tzena (which, of course, Pete and the Weavers made famous in 1950.) The finale of Lonesome Valley and Amazing Grace is...amazing. The symbolic father/son pairing of Pete and Arlo is inspired, and Woody's ghost is clearly present as these two legendary troubadours harmonize together.

2 commenti:

  1. Hi,
    Could you PLEASE post only audio?
    Thanks in advance,
    Greg -

  2. Hi,
    Could you PLEASE post only audio?
    Thanks in advance,
    Greg -