Various - Fast Folk - A Community Of Singers & Songwriters FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Fast Folk - A Community Of Singers & Songwriters
FLAC version ZIP size: 1990 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1220 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1461 mb
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Fast Folk: A Community of Singers & Songwriters. In February 2002, twenty years after the original publication of the magazine Fast Folk, Smithsonian Folkways released a two-CD compilation album of 36 tracks selected from the magazine's fifteen-year history titled Fast Folk: A Community of Singers & Songwriters. Disc 1: "American Jerusalem" (Rod MacDonald) – 5:58. What's Wrong With the Man Upstairs" (David Massengill) – 4:38. Old Factory Town" (Gerry Devine) – 5:12.
The magazine stopped publishing in 1997, its holdings donated to the Smithsonian a couple of years later. This first retrospective of the massive body of Fast Folk is a 34-track, two-CD set including 142 minutes of music spanning 1982-1997.
PLAY ALL. Fast Folk: A Community Of Singers And Songwriters. Released by SMITHSONIAN FOLKWAYS RECORDINGS Feb 2002 36 Tracks.
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Folk music wasn't just something that happened in the 1960s. The sound and the scene continued to thrive throughout the 1980s and 1990s, mostly because of the efforts of Fast Folk, a group of singers and songwriters who came together in 1982 in New York City to mutually support and promote their own work.
Fast Folk: A Community of Singers and Songwriters, 2003. Thirty Thousand Men, 04:31. What's Wrong with the Man Upstairs?, 04:38. Old Factory Town, 05:12.
Low-importance Album articles.
|1-1||–Rod MacDonald||American Jerusalem||5:58|
|1-2||–David Massengill||What's Wrong With The Man Upstairs||4:38|
|1-3||–Gerry Devine||Old Factory Town||5:12|
|1-4||–Lucy Kaplansky||Just Need A Home (Spotlight)||3:38|
|1-5||–Dave Van Ronk||Another Time And Place||4:31|
|1-6||–Shawn Colvin||I Don't Know Why||3:45|
|1-7||–John Gorka||Geza's Wailing Ways||3:53|
|1-9||–Tom Intondi||High Times||4:36|
|1-10||–Christine Lavin||Don't Ever Call Your Sweetheart By His Name||2:21|
|1-11||–Frank Christian||Where Were You Last Night?||4:19|
|1-12||–Germana Pucci||Introduction To Corpo Gracile||0:28|
|1-13||–Germana Pucci||Corpo Gracile||5:13|
|1-14||–Laura Burns, Roger Rosen||Kilkelly, Ireland||5:58|
|1-15||–Erik Frandsen||Introduction To The Viking Rag||1:32|
|1-16||–Erik Frandsen||The Viking Rag||2:37|
|2-2||–Steve Forbert||Thirty Thousand Men||4:31|
|2-4||–Elaine Silver||Share The Failure||2:55|
|2-5||–Patrick John Brayer*||Bourbon As A Second Language||3:47|
|2-6||–Paul Kaplan||King Of Hearts||4:10|
|2-7||–Judith Zweiman||Heart On Ice||5:04|
|2-8||–Richard Shindell||The Courier||5:00|
|2-9||–Wendy Beckerman||By Your Eyes||3:22|
|2-11||–Michael Jerling||Long Black Wall||4:27|
|2-12||–Andy Breckman||Railroad Bill||3:32|
|2-14||–Richard Meyer||January Cold||5:11|
|2-17||–Louise Taylor||Your Face||3:18|
|2-18||–Josh Joffen & Late For Dinner||Crazy Horse||3:19|
- Compiled By, Producer – Jack Hardy, Jeff Place, Richard Meyer
- Design – Sonya Cohen Cramer
- Engineer – Pete Reiniger
- Liner Notes – Jeff Place
Notes2CD, extensive notes, photos,34 songs, 142 minutes
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 093074013526