Anna Stange | When Will We Ever Learn? Songs For Peace & Justice

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When Will We Ever Learn? Songs For Peace & Justice

by Anna Stange

Acoustic folk hootenanny, sing out for peace & justice in the footsteps of Pete Seeger & Woody Guthrie
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Peace Song
1:52 album only
2. If I Were Brave
3:13 album only
3. This Madness
3:49 album only
4. If I Had A Hammer
2:08 album only
5. Iko Iko
2:21 album only
6. People Have A Right
2:46 album only
7. The Songs I Sing
1:31 album only
8. I Ain't Got No Home
2:59 album only
9. Down On A Peotone Farm
2:00 album only
10. 1913 Massacre
4:27 album only
11. Deportee (Plane Wreck at Los Gatos)
5:40 album only
12. Bring On the Four Hour Day
2:35 album only
13. There Ain't No War Unless There's Greed
2:34 album only
14. Cranes Over Hiroshima
3:43 album only
15. Agent Orange Song
4:42 album only
16. Bring Our Soldiers Home
2:08 album only
17. Touch A Name On The Wall
3:06 album only
18. Yellow Ribbon
2:23 album only
19. Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
3:14 album only
20. Paz Y Libertad
3:42 album only


Album Notes
Anna Stange's newest CD, WHEN WILL WE EVER LEARN? SONGS FOR PEACE & JUSTICE, is an honest version of a live performance. Half the tracks were recorded live in Chicago, Ill & Bowler, Wisc with live audiences.

Due to unforseen technical difficulties, half the tracks had to be recorded "in the studio". But then, "in the studio" is a rather expanded and loose explanation. The studio is located deep in the woods of north-central Wisconsin with squirrels and birds chirping and a tea kettle steaming on the woodstove. Listen very carefully, and you may hear some of those sounds.

Anna's songs, the traditional, the composed, and the originals, speak to the issues she cares about deeply: Peace & Justice. The songs on this CD relate to both social & environmental justice. WHEN WILL WE EVER LEARN? SONGS FOR PEACE & JUSTICE is a portable hootenanny for peace & justice. Sing along and sing with others. These songs are made for folks all over this great world to sing together. Sing often, sing loudly, and sing with joyous exuberance! Share the message of peace & justice in a way sure to get others to join in!



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Jim Anger: Folksinger, Singer-songwriter

Music To Remind Us Of What We All Need To Remember
When Will We Ever Learn? Those words spoken or sung tell us we're dealing with the thoughts of folk music icon (whether he likes it or not!) Pete Seeger! When we see those words as the first part of a two part album title, we know we are gong to hear songs for Peace and Justice. Pete Seeger, nearly all hs long life, has believed that songs can change people for the better, and he has proved he's right. His music has inspired singers like Anna Stange to "carry it on" in her own album here! Looking at the song list on the back of the album, you may not know all the songs, but by the time you've listened through the album a couple times, you'll want to. As it is, the album is worth getting, just for the songs you know, like Where Have All The Flowers Gone?, If I Had A Hammer, (Lee Hayes and Pete Seeger), I Ain't Got No Home, (Woody Guthrie), Deportee, another Woody song, and the powerful Touch a Name On The Wall! You can't go wrong by getting this album for your collection and getting to know Anna in the process of learning these songs!

kathy cummings

When Will We Ever Learn?
The songs are sweet, lovely, and loving. I'd like to see you singing here, Anna. The bars and waves are nice and interesting; seeing you singing would be more interesting.
You are good at what you do!

Candy Heitner

When Will We Ever Learn? Songs For Peace and Justice
Thank you for this CD Anna, it's great! I find myself singing along with you on most of the songs, crying on some, and thinking, on every one. I have listened to it many times and each time I feel that I have experienced some very heart felt situations and I am inspired to go out and "make a difference".