Tag Archives: folk music

Long time passing

Pete Seeger died today. He was 93. He co-wrote Where Have All the Flowers Gone?, which, coincidentally, has been stuck in my head since hearing it on Saturday morning. His last public performance was last September! What an extraordinary man. … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s New Clothes

What a busy Thursday! It started with an early morning and ended with a late night with nary time in the middle for rest. First up, we had a viewing this morning at 9am so I was up early, generally … Continue reading

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Great Scott!

The Maltings have a series of concerts (one a month) called Girls & Guitars. The concert features a guitar playing girl (obviously) for a couple of hours, playing her own compositions to a small, intimate audience in the Riverside CafĂ©. … Continue reading

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Twinned pairs

It was a plug that had been put in the wrong slot by the engineer on Monday. The engineer who arrived today at about 8:30 found the problem by eliminating everything bit by bit and replacing each bit with another … Continue reading

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Hell -v- Hades

Last night I went with some weasels to see Hadestown. It was written by the wonderful singer/song writer Anais Mitchell. She has a webpage here, if you’re interested. Hadestown is a new version of the story of Orpheus in the … Continue reading

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