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Art Thieme Little known '60s Folk Singers (1004* d) RE: Little known '60s Folk Singers 20 Mar 11

RE: JUDY BRIGHT. She is in and around Evanston, Illinois these days. (I talked to her last week.) For many years she taught school.

Sadly, that Dot Records LP was the only one she ever did put out. My copy is long gone. I did manage to put it on a cassette -- along with a few live things by Judy at the No Exit Coffeehouse--circa 1960s-70s. She helps her husband, Mike Stein, put out the magazine called "Film Fax" which is devoted to some of the strangest science fiction films, interviews ephemera, flotsam and jetsam that I've ever seen offered anywhere. Actually a couple hundred thousand DVD reissues of films that only cult devotees could like. Still, I enjoy looking through Film Fax just to see what films I would never ever want to purchase. ---- As you can see, I am at a loss for words to describe the niche this magazine fills. To say it is science fiction is accurate, but also, saying that is a disservice to the really good Sci-Fi films that they feature also (sometimes).

Also, Judy Bright (her maiden name) is, and has been, Judy Stein for many years. Back in the 60s I loved her music.

BUT Dylan had nothing to do with that record. (He wasn't there then either. ;-) The hamonica was played on the song Tumbalalaika by Judy's then agent Jerry Adler---whose brother, Larry Adler, was a solo harmonica player of much repute a decade or two earlier..

Hope this helps you folks looking for her.

Art Thieme

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