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Wayne's Music 7/8 November 2009. Folk Music!

The 1960s folk revival churned out a whole heap of great songs, and some of them had been around for a long time.

I Can't Help But Wonder Where I'm Bound Tom Paxton.

Brother Can You Spare A Dime Joe Glazer - Labour's Troubador spent his lifetime as one of America's noted historians of Labour song, performing with his guitar for millions of workers, strikers, and students.
Just Like A Woman Bob Dylan.
What's Wrong With The Man Upstairs David Massengill usually plays The Appalachian Dulcimer when he sings his songs.
Goodnight Irene The Weavers. They inspired the commercial "folk boom" that followed them in the 1950s and 1960s.
Baby I've Been Thinking Janis Ian.
Silver Threads And Golden needles The Springfields.
Now That The Buffalo's Gone
Buffy Saint Marie.
Banks Of Marble Pete Seeger - known as "America's Tuning Fork" as he stirred up the American folk-song revival in the late 1940s and 50s.
The French Song The Sandpipers.
Another Time And Place Dave Van Ronk - The Grand Old man of the greenwich Village folk world.

and many, many more ...