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Author Topic: The ‘Forever Business’: Smithsonian Folkways’ Quest to Preserve Music’s Past  (Read 308 times)

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Offline TenBrook

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Thanks for the link Stuart. I just received an email from Smithsonian Folkways sharing the news of the Folk-Legacy acquisition and was planning on posting this link to the Folkway's site with more info:
https://folkways.si.edu/folk-legacy

I've got a few great Folk-Legacy LPs in my collection and am very glad their "legacy" is in the hands of Folkways.

Offline Stuart

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Thank you, Lew. I probably should have posted it as well and saved you the trouble as I also received the S-F email this morning. I agree than Folk-Legacy released many quality recordings. I'm glad that they are going to be added to the S-F catalog and made available.

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