Gone to the Country

The New Lost City Ramblers and the Folk Music Revival

Exploring the cultural impact of a northern band's southern music Les mer
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Exploring the cultural impact of a northern band's southern music

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CoverTitle PageCopyrightContentsAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Reviving Tradition in Modern America1. The Seeger Family Discovers the Folk2. Yale Hoots and Washington Square Jams3. The Ramblers Take the Stage, 1958-19594. Seeger, Cohen, and Paley Perform the Folk, 1959-19615. Paley Departs and Schwarz Arrives, 1961-19626. Seeger, Cohen, and Schwarz Perform the Folk, 1962-19647. Gone to the Country, 1965-19688. A Second Decade, 1969-19799. Thinking Legacy and Moving On10. Passing for Traditional and Rethinking Folk RevivalismDiscographic NotesNotes on SourcesNotesIndex

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Ray Allen is a professor of music and American studies at Brooklyn College, City University of New York. His coedited collections include Ruth Crawford Seeger's Worlds: Innovation and Tradition in Twentieth-Century American Music and other works.