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Dave Van Ronk was one of the founding figures of the s folk revival, but he was far more than that. A pioneer of modern acoustic blues, a fine songwriter and arranger, a powerful singer, and one of the most influential guitarists of the '60s, he was also a marvelous storyteller, a peerless musical historian, and one of the most quotable figures on the Village scene. Featuring encounters with young stars-to-be like Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell, The Mayor of MacDougal Street is a vivid evocation of a singular time and place--a feast not only for fans of folk music and blues, but for anyone interested in the music, politics, and spirit of a revolutionary period in American culture.
Born in , the eleventh out of as many children, young Liam was a naive and innocent lad of the Old Country. His memories of childhood include bounding over hills, streams, and the occasional mountain, getting lost, and eventually found, and making mischief in the way of a typical Irish boy.
As an aimless nineteen-year-old, Clancy met a strange and wonderfully energetic lover of music, Ms. Diane Guggenheim, an American heiress. She and a colleague from America had set out to record regional Irish folk music, and their undertaking led them to Carrick-on-Suir in the shadow of Slievenamon, "The Mountain of the Women," where Mammie Clancy had been known to carry a tune or two in her kitchen.
Guggenheim fell for young Liam and swept him along on her travels through the British Isles, the American Appalachians, and finally Greenwich Village, the undisputed Mecca for aspiring artists of every ilk in the late s. Clancy was in New York to become an actor. But on the side, he played and sang with his brothers, Paddy and Tom, and fellow countryman Tommy Makem, in pubs like the legendary White Horse Tavern.
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His friendships with then-unknown artists such as Bob Dylan, Maya Angelou, Robert Redford, Lenny Bruce, Pete Seeger and Barbra Streisand form the backdrop of the charming adventures of a small-town boy making it big in the biggest of cities. Jean Redpath.
Acclaimed Scottish singer Jean Redpath — is best remembered for her impressive repertoire of ancient ballads, Robert Burns songs, and contemporary folk music, recorded and performed over a career spanning some fifty years, from the s until her death in A native of Edinburgh, Redpath was raised in a family of singers of traditional Scots songs.
She broadened her knowledge of the tradition through work with the Edinburgh Folk Society and later as a student of Scottish studies at Edinburgh University. Prior to graduation, Redpath abandoned her studies to follow her passion of singing. Her independent spirit took her to the United States, where she found commercial success amid the Greenwich Village folk-music revival in New York in the s.
Just after midnight on the first day of the festival, the audience was settling in, the light rain had stopped, and Arlo Guthrie took the stage for his minute set of music, sing-along, and rambling commentary about the amazing event that was unfolding at his feet. From his father, Arlo developed a storytelling style and personal songwriting that embraced protest and took a stand for social justice. My mother, a Martha Graham dancer, had a classical background; my father had a back-porch background. Later that year, on Thanksgiving break from college, the year-old Arlo Guthrie was arrested for illegally dumping some garbage from the home of his friends Ray and Alice Brock.
It was Thanksgiving Day , the public dump was closed for the holiday, and he discarded the trash on private property where others had been dumping trash. In , filmmaker Arthur Penn Bonnie and Clyde , Little Big Man , The Miracle Worker turned the song into a movie, a cult classic that features many of the actual people described in the song. Although Arlo rarely performs the song anymore, the song has gone on to become a Thanksgiving tradition on radio stations across the country and is his trademark song.
Arlo Guthrie developed a large following through his live performances and constant touring. By the time Arlo Guthrie was booked to play Woodstock, his star was rising and everyone knew him and his music. For the festival, he assembled a band of accomplished musicians: his friend and long-time collaborator John Pilla on guitar, and jazz musicians Bob Arkin and Paul Motian on bass and drums, respectively.
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