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CooP - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 1, No. 7)

Various Artists
CooP - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 1, No. 7)

The mission of Fast Folk Musical Magazine (1982–1997) was to support folk singing and folksingers in the New York City area. The highlight of this collection of 12 songs is a spot-on version of Bob Dylan’s “Talking World War III Blues” sung by Bob Dylan Imitator #26 and recorded live at the Speakeasy, a Greenwich Village folk music club. Other performances of note are provided by Lucy Kaplansky (“Open All Night”), Willie Nininger (“Yippie-I-O”), and Constance Taylor (“Daddy’s Paddy Wagon,” a young woman’s daydream of being naughty). The recording includes a 32-page issue of the CooP magazine.

Track Listing

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Yonder Mountain Martha P. Hogan, Lucy Kaplansky, and the Song Project 2:57
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102
Enfolding,The Lui Collins and Mark Dann 3:47
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103
Closet Closet Bill Bachmann 2:17
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Open All Night Lucy Kaplansky and Mark Dann 3:12
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105
One Kind Word Doug Waterman, Mary Reynolds, and Mark Dann 3:51
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106
Five-Thirty Skip Barthold and Mark Dann 3:14
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Yippie-I-O Willie Nininger, Annie Nininger, Jeff Hardy, and Mark Dann 3:09
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202
Ain't Goin' Down No More Judy Ficksman, Carol Ficksman, and Mark Dann 3:55
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Daddy's Paddy Wagon Constance Taylor and Mark Dann 4:29
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Just by Offering Me Your Love Ben Silver, Rosemary Kirstein, and Mark Dann 3:42
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Drawing a Map Lionel Wolberger 3:15
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Talking World War III Blues Bob Dylan Imitator Contest Winner #26 and Erik Frandsen 2:50

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