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9 thoughts on “ Cement Octopus - Pete Seeger - God Bless The Grass (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. God Bless The Grass by Pete Seeger - CD () for $ from neramarwhitecasterkelerim.xyzinfo Folk - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. The Cement Octopus. Notes: words and music by Malvina Reynolds; copyright Schroder Music Company, renewed A song sung at a rally in Golden Gate Park to save the area from a proposed freeway (which was not built). There's a cement octopus sits in Sacramento, I think. Gets red tape to eat, gasoline taxes to drink.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of God Bless The Grass on Discogs/5(3).
  4. "God Bless the Grass" is one of the classic Pete Seeger albums, "Waist Deep in the Big Muddy and Other Love Songs" and "Fifty Sail on Newburgh Bay" being a couple others. Pete Seeger once performed the title song, "God Bless the Grass," when introducing its writer, Malvina Reynolds, in one of her rare East Coast concerts, at the University of /5(9).
  5. Oct 09,  · This album by Pete Seeger focuses on environmental issues and offers inspiration and admiration for nature. The songs advocate awareness of the environment and appreciation for the splendor of nature ("God Bless the Grass").
  6. CL/CS - God Bless the Grass - Pete Seeger [] The Power And The Glory/Pretty Saro/70 Miles/The Faucets Are Dripping/Cement Octopus/God Bless The Grass/The Quiet Joys Of Brotherhood/Coal Creek March//The Girl I Left Behind/I Have A Rabbit/The People Are Scratching/Coyote, My Little Brother/Preserven El Parque Elysian/My Dirty Stream.
  7. This album is Pete's premier eco-recording. It includes 5 songs about environmental issues by Malvina Reynolds, along with Pete's classics "People Are Scratching" and "My Dirty Stream". The other songs celebrate the precious gifts of nature, love, and old traditional songs.
  8. God Bless the Grass is one of Pete Seeger 's strongest efforts for Columbia. The environmental theme gives the quintessential troubadour rare inspiration. The songs create a statement about the beauty of nature and the foibles of petty politics. But the best thing about this work is that it's a beautiful record, with fine songs and fine singing. It also makes you want to plant a tree and clean up a filthy river.8/

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