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CooP - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 1, No. 11)

Various Artists
CooP - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 1, No. 11)

This is the eleventh in the long-running (1982–1997) series of recordings issued by Fast Folk Musical Magazine and takes listeners around the country: from New York City (“American Jerusalem” by Rod MacDonald) to the upper Midwestern plains (“Crazy Horse” by Josh Joffen), to Texas (“Texas Blues” by Lucy Kaplansky) and the far West (“High Sierra Range” by Richard Nardin). Also of note in this collection is the song “Revolution Merit Badge” by Peter Spencer, a response to David Massengill’s “Ballad of Bernadette Dohrn” (in Vol. 1, Number 10”. A 31-page edition of the CooP magazine featuring an interview with Pete Seeger accompanies the recording.

Track Listing

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Crazy Horse Josh Joffen, Judy Zweiman, and Ruth Ann Brauser 3:21
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102
Here We Go Again Michael Jerling 4:05
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L'impiegato Germana Pucci 4:54
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104
American Jerusalem Rod MacDonald 5:57
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105
Texas Blues Lucy Kaplansky 3:00
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106
I Will Keep You Warm Paul Kaplan 4:18
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201
Time is Only Make Believe Tom Intondi, Lucy Kaplansky, and the Song Project 2:46
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202
Someone Like You Bob Warren, Lee Warren, and Terry Butler 4:23
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203
Crazy Carolyn McCombs and John Cisco 2:54
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204
High Sierra Range Richard Nardin, Bob Warren, and Teresina Huxtable 3:29
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205
Tough Luck Joey George, Judith O'Brien, and Lewis McGhee 5:04
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206
Stompin' at the CooP Larry King, Don Kieling, and the Metropolitan Opry 2:52
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Revolution Merit Badge Peter Spencer, J.E. Hoover, and G.G. Liddy 3:50
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