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Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 5, No. 8) Detours

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Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 5, No. 8) Detours

Begun in 1982, Fast Folk Musical Magazine served as an outlet for the work of folksingers and songwriters in the New York City area. “Detours” is a collection of 16 performances by established and emerging singer-songwriters. Newcomer Kelly Flint (“Drive All Night”) opens the album; songs by Fast Folk regulars Rod MacDonald (“Routine Day in Paradise”) and John Gorka (“Temporary Road”) are interspersed with poems and spoken word from Big Jimmy (“The HUGE Gray Blob”), Professor Louie (“On My Block”), and David Cantor (“Dime Store Nickel”). Emerging performers John Goldman (“All My Girlfriends Are Brain Dead”), Michael Jerling (“When the Country Moved to Town”), and Milo Binder (“Irregular Heart”) help to round out the collection. A 21-page facsimile of the magazine is included.

Track Listing

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Drive All Night Kelly Flint and Richard Julian 3:39
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Fishing Trip Al Peterson, Richard Shindell, and Richard Julian 4:05
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Memory of You Richard Shindell 3:50
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I Always Knew 5 Chinese Brothers 3:30
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Motel Room Dreams Cliff Eberhardt and Mark Dann 3:47
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Dime Store Nickel David Cantor 4:26
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Routine Day in Paradise Rod MacDonald, John Kruth, Mark Dann, and Howie Wyeth 3:10
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Blue to White Richard Julian 3:40
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The Huge Grey Blob Big Jimmy 3:50
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On My Block Professor Louie and Fast Eddie 4:13
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All of Her Girlfriends are Brain Dead Richard Goldman 2:57
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Temporary Road John Gorka 3:31
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When the Country Moved to Town Michael Jerling and Tony Markellis 3:38
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Blackbird Al Schere, Richard Julian, and Kelly Flint 5:21
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Stephen Foster Kirk Kelly 3:17
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Irregular Heart Milo Binder, Marvin Etzioni, and Denny Croy 2:38

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