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CBU folklore professor adds to collection of songs about steel
One McInnis song from that era, Trampin' Down the Highway, has been given a blues treatment by Cape Breton artist Angelo Spinazzola. Another of McInnis's compositions, Steel Workers Lament, was recorded by the young Cape Breton recording artist ...
Berkeley, A Look Back: Marian Anderson sings at UC on Lincoln's Birthday in 1941
Backtracking a week or so in history, here's an event I overlooked for last week's column. Seventy-five years ago, Feb. 12, 1941, Marian Anderson sang to a capacity crowd at the Men's Gymnasium (now Haas Pavilion) on the UC Berkeley campus.
Family Folk
The album showcases familiar tunes, including “Trampin,” “See See Rider,” and “Honky Tonkin',” as well as lesser-known ones such as “Blues de Basile” and “Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy.” Where many of the field recordings are single voices, or a group of ...
Listening to Patti Smith: 'Trampin'' (2004)
On "Trampin'" (2004), her ninth studio album (and first for Columbia after leaving Arista), Patti Smith is a preacher, a mother, a biographer and a musical war correspondent.
A few minutes with ... a woman who vowed to save a dog
Three weeks ago, a one-eyed yellow dog named Perry bolted out of a car parked near the exit for Grange Hall Road near Mt. Holly on I-75. That was unfortunate.

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