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Julius Lester came in with a music caravan. Bob Dylan was there, Pete Seeger, Theodore Bikel. But what they forgot about was that for about 100 miles around, [they] had some of the best traditional music ever. And we didn't have the consciousness then to pull that together, you know, to pull in those living legends of blues men and women who were right there - Worth Long, organizer for the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee, talking about a movement festival in Greenwood, Mississippi in 1960s

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Offline oddenda

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« on: November 14, 2016, 04:52:04 PM »
Dear People -

     Belatedly, I just learned of the death of Amy vanSingel/O'Neal on 19 Sept of this year at the age of 66 in the State of Maine. She was one of the founding mothers of LIVING BLUES in Chicago back in the day. A brilliant photographer and organizer and layout person for the magazine, she was one of the good guys. VALE, Amy... my friend.

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