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The Weavers


The Weavers, an American folk group, began in 1947 and consisted of Ronnie Gilbert, Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman, and often Erik Darling. The name came from an 1892 drama of the same name by Gerhart Hauptmann. They inspired the commercial "folk boom" that followed them in the 1950s and 1960s, including such acts as The Kingston Trio and Peter, Paul and Mary. The group's first big hit was in 1949 with Leadbelly's Goodnight Irene, backed with the 1941 Israeli song Tzena, Tzena, Tzena.

Albums The Weavers

28 played on Radionomy

  • On Top Of Old Smoky

  • Vanguard Visionaries

  • The Weavers at Carnegie Hall

  • The Weavers' The Roving Kind

  • The Weavers Selected Favorites

  • Wasn't That a Time?

  • Together Again

  • Wasn't That a Time?: The Best of the Weavers

  • Rarities from the Vanguard Vault

  • The Ultimate Collection

  • Best Of The Vanguard Years

  • Goodnight Irene: The Weavers, 1949-1953

  • The Best of the Decca Years

  • Best of the Weavers

  • Gospel

  • We Wish You a Merry Christmas

  • Kisses Sweeter Than Wine

  • The Weavers on Tour

  • Wasn't That a Time!

  • Wasn't That a Time: This Land Is Your Land

  • Wasn't That a Time

  • The Weavers' Almanac

  • Almanac

  • The Weavers Classics

  • The Weavers - Greatest Hits

  • Classics

  • The Weavers Reunion at Carnegie Hall: 1963

  • Greatest Hits