This Land is Your Land Live - The Folk Years

From the 2002 PBS Special


The Limeliters appear along with Glenn Yarbrough and seven other great Folk Groups from the PBS Special!
To be released on November 11, 2003.

Pre-orders now available!

This DVD including video footage of the concert is priced One Dollar cheaper than the CD at - and FOUR Dollars cheaper than the CD list price elsewhere!

The DVD is rumored to include an additional performance by The Limeliters of their comedy hit, "Folk Rap" along with their other two performances.

The CD

This Land is Your Land Live - The Folk Years - PBS album cover
The Limeliters are featured Live with 2 songs on the new CD album from the PBS Television Presentation, This Land Is Your Land Live: Folk Years, joined by Glenn Yarbrough (who also sings "Baby the Rain Must Fall"):
This CD is from the May 2002 all-star lineup of '60s-era American folk artists who convened for two nights of benefit concerts in support of PBS television. Originally released as part of a 10-CD collection available only as a membership premium, this single disc of highlights gathers 16 tracks from such folk legends as The Kingston Trio, Glenn Yarbrough, Roger McGuinn, The Brothers Four, and of course The Limeliters!

Track Listing

Tom Dooley - The Kingston Trio

Try To Remember - The Brothers Four

Mr. Tambourine Man - Roger McGuinn

Green, Green - Randy Sparks & The Minstrels

Michael - The Highwaymen

Madrigal - The Smothers Brothers

Baby The Rain Must Fall - Glenn Yarbrough

There's A Meetin' Here Tonight - Glenn Yarbrough & The Limeliters

Where Have All The Flowers Gone - The Kingston Trio

Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season) - Roger McGuinn

Greenfields - The Brothers Four

This Land Is Your Land - Randy Sparks & The Minstrels

Generic Uptempo Folk Song - The Limeliters

Eve Of Destruction - Barry McGuire

Greenback Dollar - The Kingston Trio

A Worried Man - The Kingston Trio

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Last update: October 5, 2003