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Elmore Magazine Review: Joel Rafael - Baladista
An heir to Woody Guthrie's throne, Joel Rafael sings not only of social change and injustice, but of love and loss. Baladista, his ninth and most personal album, speaks more of his own personal history than humanity's transgressions, although he does include "El Bracero," a true tale of unheralded Mexican migrant workers who helped feed our country while American men went off to fight World War II.Read More . . .
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