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Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 3, No. 3)

Various Artists
Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 3, No. 3)

Fast Folk Musical Magazine was a combination of print magazine and audio recording published in New York City from 1982 to 1997. Its principal purpose was to serve as an outlet for folk singer/songwriters in the release of their recordings. This edition features an eclectic mix of performances beginning with a Tejano-styled “Mexcal” and ending with a jazzy “There Ought to be a Law”. In between are musical gems “Cry Me a River” by Susan Firing, “Straight From the Heart” by Tom Intondi, “Living in America” by the Aztec Two Step, and “The Blind Man” by Elaine Silver. Of particular note is an early recording by Lyle Lovett (“If I Were the Man”). An 18 page facsimile of the magazine is included with the recording.

Track Listing

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Mezcal Tom Russell, Andrew Hardin, "Fats" Kaplan, Billy Troiani, and Richard Crane 3:30
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She's Not You Steve Gillette 2:48
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Straight from the Heart Tom Intondi, Frank Christian, Howie Wyeth, and Mark Dann 3:04
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Blind Man,The Elaine Silver, John Kruth, and Mark Dann 2:54
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Down to the Sea in Ships Adrienne Jones, Margo Hennebach, and Paul Kovit 5:44
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One Night in Greece with an American Tourist Clive Pig 2:51
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Living in America Aztec Two-Step 4:29
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Cry Me a River Susan Firing and Mark Dann 5:22
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If I Were the Man Lyle Lovett, Andrew Hardin, and Mark Dann 4:09
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The Little Package Brian Cutean 3:41
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Moments Folkano 2:38
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There Ought to Be a Law Eric Wood, Tom Blackburn, and Lindsey Horner 1:53

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