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Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 4, No. 1)

Various Artists
Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 4, No. 1)

Fast Folk Musical Magazine was formed to serve as an outlet in the promotion of "noncommercial artistic music," also known as American folk music. This edition’s eclectic assortment of music features political songs ("Diamonds of Anger" about apartheid in South Africa and "The Wall" about the burial of a Vietnam soldier), a drinking song ("Three Drunken Maidens"), a song based on a passage from 1 Corinthians ("St. Paul’s Song"), a number about sunning in St. Tropez ("Tania’s Wicked Body"), and a heartbreaking song about teenage prostitution ("Song for Jamie").

A 20-page facsimile of Fast Folk Musical Magazine is included.

Track Listing

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Everything to Love Geoff Bartley and Nan Donald 2:29
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102
Evermore Carla Sciaky 3:05
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103
Adam and Eve on a Raft Peter Spencer 3:45
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104
St.Paul's Song Pierce Pettis, Diane Chodkowski, Josh Joffen, and Mark Dann 3:13
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105
Diamonds of Anger Fred Small and Mark Dann 5:08
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106
Say, Say Pierre Millery 4:57
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The Few and the Proud Barb Schloff and Mark Dann 3:07
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202
Tania's Wicked Body Peter Brown, David Bahssin, and Steve Newman 3:11
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203
The Unknown Bruce Pratt 3:28
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204
Three Drunken Maidens Gail Rundlett 2:53
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205
18th Street John Merino 3:47
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206
Song for Jamie Debbie Rich, Dave Seitz, Mark Dann, Peter Lewy, and Chuck Hancock 4:47

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