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Neon Princess
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(Folkways Records, 1968), 34 mins
Recorded in 1968 by Thom Parrott during the American Folksong

Revival, this soft and melodious album enchants. Thom Parrott continues the folksong tradition today in his hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico with the longest running songwriters showcase and open microphone at a local coffee house. No liner notes.

(Folkways Records, 1968), 34 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1968), 1 hour 51 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1968), 38 mins
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Poor Boy
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produced by Moses Asch, 1905-1986 (Folkways Records, 1968), 37 mins
produced by Moses Asch, 1905-1986 (Folkways Records, 1968), 37 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1968), 37 mins
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(Folkways Records, 1967), 44 mins
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When Kentucky Had No Union Men
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produced by John Cohen, 1932- (Folkways Records, 1967), 50 mins
George Davis began working in the coal mines at thirteen. After he injured his arm in a mining accident, Davis knew he'd never be a great guitarist, so he concentrated on writing songs about the problems miners and their unions faced. This album presents eighteen of his powerful songs.
produced by John Cohen, 1932- (Folkways Records, 1967), 50 mins
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Barbara Dane and the Chambers Brothers
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(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
Released in 1966, two years after the "Freedom Summer" of 1964, when civil rights activists concentrated their energy on registering black voters in the South, this album explicitly addresses the political situation of the time. Its songs—including a version of Malvina Reynolds' "It Isn't Nice"—call for positiv...
(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
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How Can I Keep From Singing
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(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
With a voice reminiscent of Joan Baez's, Liz Getz performs a wide range of songs on this album, including songs by Dave Macon, Pete Seeger, Stephen Foster, and others. She ably accompanies herself on the guitar.
(Folkways Records, 1966), 40 mins
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Tipple, Loom & Rail: Songs of the Industrialization of the South
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(Folkways Records, 1966), 47 mins
As the American South moved from a primarily agrarian economy to an industrial one, the change was felt strongly by country musicians, and it revolutionized every aspect of their music. In Tipple, Loom, & Rail Mike Seeger explores the style and commentary of southern industrial songs. Extensive liner notes by la...
(Folkways Records, 1966), 47 mins
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