Pete Seeger Wins Grammy with PETE

Pete Seeger, Folk Singer and American Legend, wins his first Grammy Award with PETE, produced by Paul Winter for Living Music Records

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    Grammy-winning PETE is an all-new album by American legend Pete Seeger, accompanied by a host of friends, and produced by Paul Winter for Living Music Records (LMUS 0032).

    Playing masterful banjo and 12-string guitar, Pete sings with gusto and soul on the Grammy-winning album's 18 tracks, which include many of his timeless classics such as:
      • My Rainbow Race
      • Old Devil Time
      • Kisses Sweeter Than Wine
      • Of Time and Rivers Flowing
      • To Everyone In All The World
      • Well May the World Go (in which he plays dueling banjos with Paul Prestopino).
    PETE also contains the traditional ballads "How Can I Keep from Singing" and "The Water is Wide"; Leroy Carr's great blues number "In the Evening"; the activist rap song "Garbage"; and three songs recorded here for the first time: "Huddie Ledbetter Was a Helluva Man," "Natural History (Spider's Web)", and Don West's anthem on Beethoven's "Ode to Joy."

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    Pete Seeger during recording sessions at Living Music.
    Photo ©Jennifer Almquist
    Pete Seeger during recording sessions at Living Music. Photo ©Jennifer Almquist


    On February 26 1997, it was announced that PETE had won a prestigious Grammy Award
    for Best Traditional Folk Album of 1996.

    Pete and Toshi Seeger joined album-producer Paul Winter and the Living Music team at the Grammy Awards Ceremony in New York. Pete's musical influence was aknowledged and Pete was given a standing ovation when he collected the award.


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