Dick Cerri, folk-music radio host in D.C. area
She was briefly married. “Ruined a good friendship,” she said in an interview with The Chronicle. Ms. Petric learned to play the guitar in the ’30s, as the Depression loomed. Through the years, she lent her voice to many causes, including the antiwar movement.
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Folk release lyrics palatable
To me, those are the experts. Im a little embarrassed by that label. I have never looked at this music as scholarship. I guess my mind remembers a lot of things about the people I met and the music I played. I consider myself a professional spectator. Folk music, he added, reflects what is going on at the moment, and that is always changing. What was happening in the 1960s made it a natural period for folk music to come up and be as popular as it was.
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The songs in which she are featured in are probably the best of the bunch and there are more than a few in which she is prevalent in. My favorite song of the album would be ‘For the Broken Hearted’. For me all the aspect that make up a good song, this song has, and again Hannah Jensen’s vocals made the difference for me. ‘Abe and Johnny’ is another good song from album and is one of those songs that was inspired by history. “Oh July” is a strong offering from Jus Post Bellum that warrants a listen.
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