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GUEST,Sol Writing a folk standard (167* d) RE: Writing a folk standard 03 Nov 16


Quote from Jim Carroll: "the 'singing horses' took over the scene."

That bloody Mr Ed again!

I note that some sessions are now being advertised as "acoustic" rather than "folk". This seems to be an ideal way of sidestepping the unsolvable argument on the definition of folk music.
Acoustic covers Trad, Americana, C&W, R'n'R - anything really, as long as you don't plug anything in.

Music is music is music... Vive La Difference.


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