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GUEST,Lin Whatever happened to folksinger Lynn Gold (71* d) RE: Whatever happened to folksinger Lynn Gold 29 Dec 15

I have an album LP, called, "Night at Hootenanny Coffeehouse"
(coffeehouse was located in Miami, Florida)
There is no release date on the album or record but I am guessing maybe around 1964 or 1965?

There are various folk singers on the album (no well known singers)but there are two songs by a guy called, Mike Piel. He and a female sing two songs, "This Little Light of Mine" and "Plasir D" Amour." Strangely on both songs it just says, Mike Piel & friend.

The friend is not identified at all. I was wondering though if it might by Lynn Gold? It seems like I read somewhere she used to hang out with him and sing sometimes as a duet but I don't know if she is the female singing a duet on this album with Mike Piel?

Cannot understand why the female singer was not identified or given credit as singing on these two songs? There are other female singers on the album and their songs and names are given but to be identified just as "friend" on the songs she sings with Mike Piel is strange. Unless it was perhaps her choice not to have her name mentioned.
If anyone knows who the singer is singing duet on the two songs with Mike Piel, please post. Thank you.

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