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The Womenfolk - Never Underestimate the Power of the Womenfolk [2008] album mp3
  • Performer:
    The Womenfolk
  • Title:
    Never Underestimate the Power of the Womenfolk [2008]
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  • Date of release:
    2008
  • Duration:
    29:20
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Album · 1966 · 12 Songs. Quittin' Time 2:24 the Womenfolk Man Oh Man! the Womenfolk. The Womenfolk, Vol. 3: Never Underestimate the Power of the Womenfolk. 4: The Womenfolk At the Hungry I (Live).

The Womenfolk were active from 1963 to 1966 and were signed to RCA Records during the folk revival boom of the 1960s. They released several albums, the most successful of which was their self-titled 1964 effort, which reached on the Billboard 20. .The Womenfolk's version of "Little Boxes" was their only hit single, peaking at in April 1964. Never Underestimate the Power of The Womenfolk (RCA Victor 2919, 1964). The Womenfolk Live at the Hungry I (RCA Victor 2991, 1965). Man Oh Man! (RCA Victor 3527, 1966).

In the recordings of their second studio album, Never Underestimate the Power of the Women Folk Jean Amos was that had previously occurred with Penny Palmer Penny & Jean, taken the place of Elaine Gealer and remained until the end of the occupation. This was followed by yet another studio and one live album, without the women once again came up on the success of Little Boxes. Although they themselves adapting musical and more went towards pop music, she had the British invasion ousted in mid-1960 and the band broke up in 1967. Some members thereafter remained faithful to the music without.

Never Underestimate the Power of The Womenfolk (RCA Victor 2919, 1964). The Womenfolk Official site. The song and dance is mainly performed by the womenfolk during marriages and other auspicious occasions. The ladies moves in circle, clapping their hands to the beat of the music. The songs are first sung by the leader and then the others join the chorus. The song was featured on their 1964 album, Turn Around. The song was produced by Don Ralke and The Wilder Brothers. Zikrin (Arabic: ذكرين‎), pronounced Dhikrin, was a Palestinian Arab village in the Hebron Subdistrict, depopulated in the 1948 Palestine War.

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Credits

Bob Camp - Composer
Barbara Cooper - Composer
Elaine Gealer - Composer
Bob Gibson - Composer
Rod McKuen - Composer
Malvina Reynolds - Composer
Ernie Sheldon - Composer
Keith Williams - Composer
The Womenfolk - Primary Artist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Davey's Come Home Barbara Cooper The Womenfolk 2:19
2 The Best Is Yet to Come Ernie Sheldon The Womenfolk 1:43
3 Ten O'Clock and All Is Well (The Town Crier's Song) Bob Camp / Bob Gibson The Womenfolk 3:26
4 Morning Dew The Womenfolk 2:19
5 I Wish You Were Here Malvina Reynolds The Womenfolk 2:18
6 Jika-Jing Keith Williams The Womenfolk 2:08
7 Young Man The Womenfolk 2:11
8 Two Fair Maids The Womenfolk 1:58
9 White Lilacs The Womenfolk 3:25
10 One by One Rod McKuen The Womenfolk 2:14
11 Once Upon a Springtime Elaine Gealer The Womenfolk 2:15
12 Bring Me a Rose Ernie Sheldon The Womenfolk 3:04