Deep Community: Adventures in the Modern Folk Underground

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Black Wolf Press, 2003 - Music - 401 pages
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The mainstream music industry is in historic decline, but the small substream world of folk music is thriving as never before. Why? This book, written by renowned folk critic Scott Alarik, creates an intimate portrait of the modern folk world in interview

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Deep community: adventures in the modern folk underground

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Alarik, folk writer for the Boston Globe and music critic for National Public Radio's Here and Now program, has compiled nearly 125 of his brief articles to capture the spirit and substance of folk ... Read full review

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I learned so much about folk music from this book, which means that I also learned so much about Boston and its people. I knew that folk was popular here, but had no idea to what degree. Though the ... Read full review

Contents

All folk all the time
318
April 13 Folk music as a business
324
Paying respects to a legend in song
333
Copyright

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http://robertcorwin.com Deep Community includes 65+ photographs from premier folk music photojournalist Robert Corwin.

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