William James Sidis - IQ 200+ | Smartest person ever (4 of 4)
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Pete Seeger
Nick Vegas is back with Mark Doddy on the optigon.
Joan Baez
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Feb 17, 2007 ... As usual, Pete gets the whole audience to sing along.
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Aug 7, 2006 ... Pete singing on BBC's 'Tonight In Person' in 1964. (Ripped from Folk Sounds of the Sixties, BBC4, 2006). Apologies for the watermark which ...
Joan Baez - The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down - YouTube
May 5, 2008 ... This video has been removed,so I`m uploading it again for you to enjoy! It`s really something! All offensive comments will be removed!
Joan Baez, Diamonds and Rust - Live, 1975 - YouTube
Sep 1, 2006 ... now you're telling me you're not nostalgic then give me another word for it you who are so good with words and at keeping things vague ...
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