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"Kosher Woody" - article on the new Klezmatics work with Woody Guthrie songs

Seth Rogovoy reports to the Jewish-Music mailing list:

"Kosher Woody," by Michael Eck of the Albany Times Union, is a wonderful article about the Klezmatics' current "Holy Ground" project of Woody Guthrie songs. (and I'm not just saying that because I'm quoted in the piece)

Really terrific work considering a) this is in the general, non-Jewish press; b) the writer is not a specialist in the subject.

Note: I found that the link timed out on me, so be prepared to try at different times of the day. ari

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