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Muhlenberg, Kentucky. The Loss of Paradise.

Paradise….. a folk song Commonly associated with folk lore, folk music is known for story telling. Originating in popular culture, folk songs are passed down from generation to generation, often with words or their meaning changing in the retelling. Historically … Continue reading

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Sun Ra, Sunset

Music Archives: Jazz When There Is No Sun “The sky is a sea of darkness when there is no sun to light the way there is no day there is only darkness an eternal sea of darkness”                                                                                                                         Sun Ra … Continue reading

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Ghost Town Girl

South Park City, Colorado 18- – EXT.  FRONT STREET – WEST, SOUTH PARK CITY – DAY, MORNING Street is vacant. No people or dogs are seen anywhere. A faint breeze rustling aspen leaves is all that is heard and then … Continue reading

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Slack Key Interlude

Music Archives An introduction to Hawaiian slack-key guitar. When telling the story of the Earth it is people that tell that story. To give expression to these stories people incorporate theater, art and music to communicate emotion and feelings. The … Continue reading

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Earth Day is April 22nd

The wealth of the nation is its air, water, soil, forests, minerals, rivers, lakes, oceans, scenic beauty, wildlife habitats and biodiversity… that’s all there is. That’s the whole economy. That’s where all the economic activity and jobs come from. These … Continue reading

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Wasser Musik and River Songs

Musical Archives Water flows through our lives, reflecting sparkling lights, the loves, the dreams of people from all nations. Wavelets whisper melodies of timeless inspiration. Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759) is regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time. … Continue reading

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Canned Goods

Music Archives: Greg Brown I’ve had long love affair with food. Reckon some of my favorite memories are about food, long as I can remember. As youngen I knew every wild apple tree, plumb thicket and rhubarb patch in my … Continue reading

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