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Peter Hamill Has Died – Wrote Liner Notes for Blood on the Tracks

Peter Hamill had died, and it’s a dirty, rotten shame. A few decades ago Hamil was a well-known NYC-based journalist. He was part of a generation of great American newspaper and magazine writers – Hunter Thompson, Jimmy Breslin, Tom Wolfe come to mind – that often came from the hard-knocks school-of-life but went on to …

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Ellen Willis (Editor of New Yorker) Article

Below is an article posted to  Facebook Edlis Cafe group. Must reading.   “Dylan” – from Cheetah, 1967 I Nearly two years ago, Bob Dylan had a motorcycle accident. Reports of his condition were vague, and he dropped out of sight. Publication of his book, Tarantula, was postponed indefinitely. New records appeared, but they were …

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Pete Seeger’s Advice Column in Seventeen Magazine

I am reading Bob Coltman’s book, Paul Clayton and the Folksong Revival.  He mentions that Pete Seeger wrote an advice column that was published in Seventeen magazine. That seemed pretty interesting, and a web search picked up the article.  I pasted it below, since the website was producing some weird errors.   PETE SEEGER TALKS …

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