Where have all the Flowers Gone: A Singalong Memoir
This is the essential book by and about Pete Seeger for those who admire him and love his music. From the 1940s when he began playing with Woody Guthrie and Lead Belly, through his fifty years of activism, Seeger has always embodied the belief that everyone is able to participate in making music. Filled with personal stories of how his songs were written, photos from his family albums, his ideas about everything from grassroots environmentalism to religion and being called to testify at the House Unamerican Activities Committee.
New 2009 edition (copublished with W.W.Norton) includes many of his later songs and an MP3 disk with tunes to all the songs and versions of songs in the book. Edited by Peter Blood