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Chris Cotton: I Watched the Devil Die
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performed by Chris Cotton, fl. 2000, Hamilton Rott, fl. 2000, Lee Williams, Barry Bays, fl. 2000 and Adam Woodard, fl. 2010 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 53 mins, 12 page(s)
performed by Chris Cotton, fl. 2000, Hamilton Rott, fl. 2000, Lee Williams, Barry Bays, fl. 2000 and Adam Woodard, fl. 2010 (Yellow Dog Records, 2005), 53 mins, 12 page(s)
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Dick Weissman: New Traditions
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performed by Dick Weissman, fl. 1961 (Folk Era, 1994), 41 mins, 14 page(s)
performed by Dick Weissman, fl. 1961 (Folk Era, 1994), 41 mins, 14 page(s)
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Entering Marion
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performed by John Forster (Rounder Records, 1993), 40 mins
"You don't need me any more," said Tom Lehrer after he heard this album. "You have John Forster." This was high praise from the reclusive master of comedy music, but most critics agree that it was deserved. On Entering Marion Forster slung barbed songs in all directions and arranged them with sheer genius -- liste...
performed by John Forster (Rounder Records, 1993), 40 mins
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Improvise With Eric Nagler
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performed by Eric Nagler, 1942- (Rounder Records, 1992), 45 mins
Eric Nagler is a mainstay on Sharon, Lois, And Bram's Elephant Show. He is a good singer and a good player, creative and interactive. For ages three to seven. ~ Bob Hinkle, All Music Guide
performed by Eric Nagler, 1942- (Rounder Records, 1992), 45 mins
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The Shaw Brothers: Follow Me
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performed by Ron Shaw, Rick Shaw and Jay Christopher, The Shaw Brothers (Folk Era, 2000), 49 mins, 14 page(s)
performed by Ron Shaw, Rick Shaw and Jay Christopher, The Shaw Brothers (Folk Era, 2000), 49 mins, 14 page(s)
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Waves
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produced by Robert Aaron; performed by Eric Andersen, 1943- (Appleseed, 2005), 55 mins, 13 page(s)
The folk music movement centered in New York's Greenwich Village in the early 1960s, although it was steeped in traditional repertoire, it quickly focused on new, original songs written by the performers themselves, songs that explored mature personal concerns and commented on the social and political issues of th...
produced by Robert Aaron; performed by Eric Andersen, 1943- (Appleseed, 2005), 55 mins, 13 page(s)
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