Truth be told: I don't know much about Pete Seeger. This album therefore lacks a lot of context that you might have but I do not. In spite, or perhaps because, of that it's a wonderful listen. True to the Kronos Quartet's nature the album is diverse and instrumental. I guess, if nothing else, I should seek out Pete Seeger. What a weird sentence that I did not expect to write while reviewing new releases.
"Many stones can form an arch. Singly none. Singly none."