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FASECONTROFASE.NET - Review: Joel Rafael: Baladista
For fifty years the American folk scene with the aim of keeping alive the memory of Woody Guthrie is reinterpreting his songs either by writing their own inspiration to his music, with "Baladista" Joel Rafael reaches its ninth album, published by the Inside Recordings , record label owned by Jackson Browne that since 2000 has included the artist in its stable. Originally from Chicago but soon transfer agents in Los Angeles, the United States Joel Rafael, with awards of prestige and especially the support of major artists including David Crosby and Graham Nash. His most famous and 'connected to the two chapters "Woodeye: Songs of Woody Guthrie" (2003) and "Woodyboye: Songs Of Woody Guthrie And Tales Worth Telling, Vol. 2" (2005), collections of songs of Woody Guthrie, several of which are new, made with the participation of special guests such as the Jackson Browne, Jimmy LaFave and Van Dyke Parks, to name only the more 'known...Read More . . .
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