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  3. "Talking Union" went on sale in June ; it became the Almanac Singers' most enduring album, remaining in the Keynote catalog until Mercury absorbed the label in Six years later Moe Asch borrowed Seeger's copy of the album for a Folkways reissue.
  4. The Almanac Singers' Talking Union album, on the other hand, was reissued as an LP by Folkways (FH A) in and is still available. The following year, the Almanacs issued Dear Mr. President, an album in support of Roosevelt and the war effort. The title song, "Dear Mr. President", was a solo by Pete Seeger, and its lines expressed his.
  5. Lyrics to "Talking Union" by THE ALMANAC SINGERS: Now, if you want higher wages let me tell you what to do / You got to talk to the workers in the shop with you. / You got to build you a union, got to make it strong, / But if you all stick together, boys, it won't .
  6. Apr 21,  · Pete Seeger & Chorus / The Almanac Singers: Pete Seeger & Chorus / The Almanac Singers - The Original Talking Union With The Almanac Singers & Other Union Songs With Pete Seeger & Chorus ‎ (CD, Album) Dial Discos, S.A. US: Sell This Version/5(6).
  7. Pete Seeger, the Almanac Singers and the Song Swappers " “Like hymns and patriotic songs, union songs are songs with a message. " Released in , this record by Peter Seeger, the Almanac Singers, and the Song Swappers, is an enduring collection of working man’s anthems that have been passed down through generations of laborers.
  8. Apr 10,  · “Talking Union” was written while the Almanac Singers were organizing the Congress of Industrial Organizations unions and the song was partially meant to help inspire workers to organize and form labor unions.

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