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Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 7, No. 10) The Maine Festival 1993

Various Artists
Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 7, No. 10) The Maine Festival 1993

This edition of Fast Folk Musical Magazine is composed of a baker’s dozen performances recorded at the Maine Festival in 1993 in Brunswick, Maine. The set opens with Cormac McCarthy singing “When My Boat Is Built Again” and closes with Fast Folk founder Jack Hardy’s rendition of “St. James Infirmary Blues.” Travelin’ songs (“How Many Trains,” “Ballad of Nick and Betty,” and “Beautiful Road”), love songs (“Just Say No” and “Stay Another Day”), and a political song (“Hole in the Bucket”) are featured in this collection. A facsimile of the magazine is included.

Track Listing

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When My Boat is Built Again Cormac McCarthy 5:42
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Her Black Stallion Richard Meyer and David Hamburger 3:49
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How Many Trains Keith Kelly 6:46
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These Eyes Margo Hennebach 3:18
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Hidden Side of Truth (Building a Bridge) Tom Pirozzoli 3:56
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You Can't Tell Where the Trains Gone David Hamburger 3:33
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Hole in the Bucket Catie Curtis 3:57
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Howl at the Moon Doug & Deb 3:54
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The Ballad of Nick and Betty Slaid Cleaves 3:38
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Beautiful Road Erica Wheeler 2:58
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Stay for Another Day Don Campbell 3:46
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Just Say No Anni Clarke 3:49
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St. James Infirmary Blues Jack Hardy, Tom Duvall, and David Hamburger 4:38

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