Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Myth, Truth, and Anger

Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Myth, Truth, and Anger

By Christopher John Stephens

17 Aug 2017 // 2:00 AM

Daniel Wolff examines how one tragedy in 1913 Calumet Michigan survived through the anger of topical folk music to be told by self-mythologized characters Woody Guthrie and Bob Dylan. ...

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Dancing the Tango Through Mao's Cultural Revolution With Argentinian Pancho and His Orchestra

By Andrew S. Guthrie

15 Aug 2017 // 2:35 AM

On Shanghai dance halls of the late '30s and a vinyl tango artifact that survived Mao’s Cultural Revolution....

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Elvis Presley's Pre-RCA Years Are Documented on 'A Boy From Tupelo'>

This latest archival release culls every existing professional recording the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll made before he jumped to RCA Records and became a national and international phenomenon in 1956....

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It’s only the first song of the night, but the band is soon in “the zone” as they go on to deliver a sensational 30-minute opening jam....

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Don't You Think They Know? An Interview with White Reaper

// Sound Affects

""I wouldn't say I'm too caught up on maturing: I mean I play in a rock band for god's sake."

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