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QUINTE REGIMENTO by Pete Seeger 'Songs of the Lincoln Brigade' Album, songs from the 1937 Spanish civil war. The Lincoln Brigade was comprised o. .
This album gathers together songs about the Spanish Civil War originally issued in the 1940s by Moses Asch on his Asch and Disc Records labels. Asch later lost control of the master recordings in a dispute with his partners at Stinson Records, the label issuing the material here. German actor/singer Ernst Busch is heard on five tracks ("The Peat-Bog Soldiers," "Freedom," "Song of the International Brigades," "Han's Beimler," and "Song of the United Front"), and they are anthems sung largely in German with a theatrical tone.
The Abraham Lincoln Brigade, officially the XV International Brigade, was a mixed brigade (Brigada mixta) that fought for the Spanish Republic in the Spanish Civil War as a part of the International Brigades. Nicknamed Brigada Abraham Lincoln, it mustered at Albacete in Spain, in January 1937, comprising many English-speaking volunteers – arranged into a mostly British Battalion and a mostly North American Lincoln Battalion.
Anti-fascist supporters flocked to Spain to help the beleaguered government, including over 3,000 American volunteers who formed the Lincoln Battalion of the International Brigades. Originally recorded in the 1940s, this album contains songs in English and Spanish by folk balladeer Pete Seeger, Tom Glazer, and Bess and Butch Hawes and in German by the anti-fascist singer Ernst Busch. The recording was re-released in 1961. Extensive liner notes include a history of the conflict and song lyrics
The Lincoln Battalion was the 17th (later the 58th) battalion of the XV International Brigade, a mixed brigade of the International Brigades also known as Abraham Lincoln Brigade (Spanish: Brigada Abraham Lincoln). It was formed by a group of volunteers from the United States who served in the Spanish Civil War as soldiers, technicians, medical personnel and aviators fighting for Spanish Republican forces against the forces of General Francisco Franco and his Nationalist faction.
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Album · 1961 · 12 Songs. Lied Der Internationalen Brigaden (Song of the International Brigader). Ernst Busch and Chorus. 12. Die Moorsoldaten (The Peat-Bog Soldiers).
The International Brigades (IB) were volunteer military units of foreigners who fought on the side of the Second Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War. The number of combatant volunteers has been estimated at between 32,000–35,000, though with no more than about 20,000 active at any one time. A further 10,000 people probably participated in non-combatant roles and about 3,000–5,000 foreigners were members of CNT or POUM.
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|A1||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||The Peat-Bog Soldiers|
|A2||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||Hans Beimler|
|A3||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||Song Of The International Brigades (Lied Of The Internationalen Brigaden)|
|A4||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||Freedom (Freiheit)|
|A5||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||Song Of The United Front (Lied Von Der Einheitsfront)|
|A6||–Ernest Bush And Chorus*||The Four Insurgent Generals (Los Cuatro Generales)|
|B1||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||La Quince Brigada (The 15th Brigade)|
|B2||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||Cook House|
|B3||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||Spanish Marching Song (If You Want To Write Me)|
|B4||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||Quartermaster Song|
|A4||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||Viva La Quince Brigada (Long Live The 15th Brigade)|
|A5||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||El Quinto Regimiento (The 5th Regiment)|
|A6||–Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax*, Butch Hawes* And Woody Guthrie||Jarama Valley|
- Manufactured By – Mid-Town Records
NotesPressed on transparent (see-through) red vinyl.
© 1962, Stinson Records.
Printed in U.S.A.
1962 edition of the 'Songs Of The Spanish Civil War' comprising 'Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade' by Pete Seeger and 'Six Songs For Democracy' by Ernst Busch.
This edition contains 'Six Songs for Democracy' on the A side and 'Songs of the Lincoln Brigade' on the B side. However, it incorrectly labels B side as 'Six Songs for Democracy'.
B side is credited to Pete Seeger, Bess Lomax, Butch Hawes and Woody Guthrie, instead of Pete Seeger and Group or Pete Seeger and The Weavers as in previous editions. Ernst Busch name is misspelled as Ernest Bush on the label.
A1 lacks of the original 23 seconds intro.
A3 German title (sic)
A4 is also titled 'Die Thaelmannkolonne' on sleeve.
B1 spelt 'Quite Brigade' (sic) on label but correctly named on sleeve.
B2 also includes 'The Young Man From Alcalá'
B3 original title: 'Si me quieres escribir'
B5 spelt 'Quite Regimiento' (sic) on label but correctly named on sleeve.
|SLP 52||Various||Songs Of The Lincoln & International Brigades (10", Album, RE)||Stinson Records||SLP 52||US||1953|
|FA-54.9216||Pete Seeger & Ernst Busch||Pete Seeger & Ernst Busch - Songs Of The Spanish Civil War, Vol. 1: Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade, Six Songs For Democracy (LP, RE)||Folkways Records||FA-54.9216||Spain||1983|
|FH 5436||Pete Seeger And Group & Ernst Busch And Chorus||Pete Seeger And Group & Ernst Busch And Chorus - Songs Of The Spanish Civil War, Vol. 1: Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade, Six Songs For Democracy (LP, Red)||Folkways Records||FH 5436||US||1961|
|FH 5436||Pete Seeger And Group & Ernst Busch And Chorus||Pete Seeger And Group & Ernst Busch And Chorus - Songs Of The Spanish Civil War, Vol. 1: Songs Of The Lincoln Brigade, Six Songs For Democracy (LP, Mono, RE)||Folkways Records||FH 5436||US||1961|