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Music Magazine Archive : FOLK

ミュージック・マガジン・アーカイブ:フォーク

アメリカの社会変革と共にあったフォークミュージック雑誌のアーカイブ

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1960年代のフォーク・リバイバルとそれまでの数十年間は、音楽が自覚と抗議の乗り物であった時代であり、社会的変化のための触媒と証明され、一体化、現状改革主義、緊急性への転換期を迎えました。

フォーク雑誌のこのコレクションには、20世紀半ばから現在までの、トラディショナルなものから現代までのフォークミュージック、ブルーグラス、ワールドミュージック、その他の隣接ジャンルが含まれます。
ウディ・ガスリーやピート・シーガー、フィル・オクス、ジョーン・バエズのような、フォーク・リバイバルのベテランたちの人生と作品、ダー・ウィリアムズやアーニー・ディフランコのような70年代、80年代に出てきたアーティストをカバーしています。
これらの希少で広く散在してしまっている原資料をまとめて、オリジナルの文脈で提示し、かつ完全に検索可能とすることによって、20世紀後半の社会的政治的文化への新しい研究機会が創出されるでしょう。

NA Publishingは、Music Magazine Archive シリーズ2番目のリリースを発表することを喜ばしく思います。

第一弾:ROCK
第三弾:RAP&HIPHOP

タイトルリスト:
American Songwriter
Americana Rhythm Music Magazine
Autoharp Quarterly
Bluegrass Now
Broadside
The Canada Folk Bulletin
Come All Ye
Dirty Linen
Fairport Fanatics
FolkWorks
Hootenanny
HOT WIRE
The Little Sandy Review
The Old-Time Herald
Paid My Dues
People€™s Songs Bulletin
Singalong!
Sing and String
Sing Out!

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20世紀後半のアメリカ社会運動の背後には、「If I Had a Hammer 邦題:天使のハンマー」(ピート・シーガー)、「I Ain€™t Marching Anymore もう行進はしない」(フィル・オクス)、「The Times They Are-A Changin邦題:時代は変る」(ボブ・ディラン)などの代表曲を含むサウンドトラックがありました。
平和・市民権活動家、労働組合を率いる者、理想主義者、社会変容に捧げられた芸術をなす者が住まう、このカウンターカルチャーを熟視するためには、このような変革を可能にする政治的社会的な文化を精査する必要があります。
この期間の行動主義の文化は、労働改革、公民権、環境保護、女性の権利、ベトナム戦争の終結などの変化をもたらしました。
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Music Magazine Archive: Folk - Title List Highlights

Americana Rhythm Music Magazine * Begun by Greg Tutwiler with a mission €œto cultivate, feature, and preserve the authentic Americana music of the Virginias, Carolinas, the eastern seaboard, and beyond.€ from www.americanamusicmagazine.com/about-us/ 2005-current Bridgewater, Virginia
 a rhythm * Defines Americana music as €œa really big umbrella that covers almost anything that goes against the mainstream music genre,€ especially bluegrass, folk, alt. country, blues, string, old-time, mountain, jam bands, mountain soul, and new grass.  
  * Prints and distributes for free between 5,000 and 6,000 copies regionally, another 1,500 "green" copies around the world.  
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American Songwriter * Covers newly emerging and famous American songwriters as well as music publishing business for all genres of music from €œfrom country to hip-hop, folk to classical, rock to pop, blues to electronica and soul to r&b€ --from www.americansongwriter.com/about-us 1984-present Nashville, Tennessee
 a songwriter * Founded in 1984 by Bruce Hurt  
  * Albie Del Favero, Publisher/Owner since 2012  
  * Distributed nationally to readers across all segments of the music business  
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Autoharp Quarterly * Edited by Pete and Polly Daigle 1988-2014 Newport, Pennsylvania
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Bluegrass Now * €œA Publication for Friends and Fans of Bluegrass Music€ 1990-2008 Rolla, Missouri
 blueglassnow * Edited by Wayne Bledsoe and Deb Bledsoe  
  * Developed from KUMR radio station newsletter  
  * Its goal was to €œcomplement the excellent bluegrass publications already available€  
  * €œKeeping Tabs€ provides tablatures for readers to improve their picking technique and €œNew Faces€ introduce new bands columns  
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Bluegrass Star * Founded by James Monroe, son of Bill Monroe, bluegrass music pioneer 1971-? Nashville, Tennessee
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Broadside * Small mimeographed magazine published until 1980 by Almanac Singers member Agnes €œSis€ Cunningham and husband Gordon Friesen, then purchased by Norman Ross; 185 issues in total. 1962-1988 New York, NY
 broadside * First to publish topical songs by Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Tom Paxton, and many others that gave voice to a rising political movement.  
  * Heir to the People€™s Songs€™ Bulletin tradition of publishing radical songwriters who wrote for the working class and America€™s underclass, including Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman, and Sis Cunningham.  
  * Financed largely by Pete Seeger.  
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The Broadside of Boston * Boston€™s magazine of "Folk Music and Coffeehouse News," covering folk revival of the mid-twentieth century that began in the 30s and 40s. 1962-1967 Cambridge, MA
 broadside boston * Produced by volunteers under leadership of founder and publisher Dave Wilson.  
  * Evolved to cover the politics and alternative lifestyles of youth culture.  
  * Inspiration for UK€™s Zigzag music magazine.  
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The Canada Folk Bulletin * From the Vancouver Folk Song Society , founded by Jon Bartlett. 1978-1980 Vancouver, BC. Canada
 canadianfolk * Bi-monthly, national Canadian magazine published by Jon Bartlett and Rika Ruebsaat.  
  * Jon and Rika, publishers, are traditional folk singers, scholars and teachers, who introduced folk music into school curriculum.  
  * Covers traditional folk songs from Canada, Great Britain, US and Australia as well as ballads, political and shantie songs.  
  * Traditional Canadian folk music represents songs passed along orally from Great Britain and French immigrants, €œNew World€ Canadian songs and contemporary folk songs.  
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Canadian Folk Music

Canadian Folk Music Bulletin
* Publication of Canadian Society for Traditional Music originally founded as Canadian Folk Music Society 1965-2002 Calgary, Alberta Canada
  * President, Kaley Mason. Editor, Gillian Turnbull  
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Come All Ye * Vancouver Folk Song Society €™s magazine preceded The Canada Folk Bulletin 1972-1977 Hatboro, PA Vancouver, BC, Canada
  * Published quarterly and edited by Jon Bartlett  
  * Includes reviews of Edith Fowke, a member of Canadian Songwriter€™s Hall of Fame  
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Dirty Linen * Bi-monthly successor to Fairport Fanatics but expanded scope to cover folk songs around the world. 1989-2010 Baltimore, MD Sale, WV
  * Title refers to set of traditional Irish fiddle tunes that was updated into a folk-rock medley on Fairport Convention€™s Full House album in 1970.  
  * Featured reviews, especially from independent labels, of folk music recordings, videos, books, and concerts; artist profiles; and North American concert and festival schedules.  
  * Became color glossy in 1990; available in bookstore chains as well as through worldwide subscription, circulation reaching 16,000 and supporting full-time editor/publisher .  
  * Merged with Blues Revue magazine in September 2007 but retained name.  
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Fairport Fanatics * Photocopied newsletter started by TJ McGrath for fans of British folk-rock band Fairport Convention. 1983-1988 Baltimore, MD
 fairport * Address printed on the back of several Fairport Convention LPs inspired print community.  
  * Published 4-6 times per year with circulation, U.S. mail subscription only, reaching 500  
  * Explored historical references behind songs, insider facts about band members current and past.  
  * Taken over in 1987 by Paul Hartman, who changed name to Dirty Linen and brought with him many of the writers.  
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FolkWorks * Founded by Steve and Leda Shapiro as an alternative voice of the folk/roots/traditional music, dance, and related folk arts communities of Southern California. 2001-2007 Los Angeles, CA
  * Fueled by the energy of Los Angeles' vibrant and culturally diverse population often overlooked by the popular media.  
  * Distributed bi-monthly as 32-page print newspaper until 2007, then online, featuring articles; columns; interviews; CD, film, and book reviews; and an extensive calendar of concerts, jamming, dances, and resources for local and visiting musicians.  
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HOT WIRE * Internationally distributed, HOT WIRE: The Journal of Women€™s Music and Culture is the only magazine ever to have focused completely on lesbian-feminist "women's music and culture." 1984-1994 Chicago, IL
 hotwire * Covered festivals, films, writing projects, and humor, including "Dykes to Watch Out For" cartoon strip by Tony-winner cartoonist/author Alison Bechdel.  
  * Publisher/managing editor Toni Armstrong Jr. coordinated a volunteer staff of dozens, including writers, photographers, office staff, editors, and others.  
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Hootenanny * The debut issue, from December 1963, features a young Peter, Paul, and Mary on the cover, along with a reference to an article entitled 'Bob Dylan Speaks. ' In 2016, Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature 1963-1964 New York, NY
  * A national folk singing magazine given to a €œreal hootenanny [that] involves the audience as much as the performers€. €œA hootenanny is a get-together for singing and playing and listening€.  
  * €œTo try to sharpen tastes and improve standards of performances and standards of work for professionals€.  
  * Published by Fred B. Tarter, Hootenanny Enterprises, Inc.  
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The Little Sandy Review * Founded by Paul Nelson and Jon Pankake with inspiration from Harry Smith€™s €œAnthology of American Folk Music.€ 1959-1968 Minneapolis, MN Los Angeles, CA
  * In 34 issues, published reviews that championed recordings of traditional folk music sounds and forms.  
  * Contributing staff writers included Barry Hansen and Tony Glover.  
  * Wrote in an unpretentious yet provocative style intended to be entertaining as well as informative.  
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Old-Time Herald * Founded and for many years edited by old-time music preservationist and performer Alice Gerrard, followed by Gail Gillespie; both still play central advisory roles. 1987-current Durham, NC
  * Celebrates American old-time grassroots and home-grown music and dance, past and present.  
  * Primary focus is pre-bluegrass-style Southern string band music as played all around the world, not just in the South.  
  * Also covers traditional blues, bluegrass and country, Cajun, and musical kin, with articles on legendary fiddlers, banjo players, string bands and their musical heirs.  
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Paid My Dues * Founded in Milwaukee by Dorothy Dean, who later became Milwaukee county treasurer. 1974-1980 Milwaukee, WI
  * Journal of women and music before it was known as women€™s music, considered first feminist music journal.  
  * Focused on the role of women in music, including reviews, interviews, and women€™s news, with contributions from Dorothy Dean, Kathryn Gohl, Karen Corti, Judy Erickson, Kathyrn Judd, Toni Armstrong Jr., and many others.  
  * First women's music publication to come out in magazine-journal format.  
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People€™s Songs Bulletin * Political and cultural voice of People€™s Songs, organization founded by Pete Seeger, Alan Lomax, Lee Hays, Paul Robeson, Woody Guthrie, and others who saw folk music as an effective force for social change. 1946-1949 New York, NY
  * Modeled after Great Britain€™s Workers Music Association.  
  * Featured traditional and standard Union songs, international songs from Spanish soldiers, new songs by contemporary folk musicians, and announcements of hootenannies and folk dances, clearinghouse for progressive entertainers.  
  * Template for later folk music magazines including Sing Out! and New York€™s Broadside .  
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Singalong! * One of a handful of fanzines devoted to folk music that were published in the 1950s and 1960s in Canada 1957-1958 Vancouver, BC, Canada
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Sing and String * The second issue was released in 1960 and was edited by Sue Evans. This issue was 16 pages and contained the article "Folk Songs of Ontario" by Edith Fowke, three songs written for Sing and String by Jack Landers, the folk scene, and a Weavers concert review. 1960-1965 Toronto, Ontario, Canada
 ss * The 3rd issue was a 28 page glossy magazine edited by Sydney Banks and released in 1961. It included an editorial opposing Pete Seeger's trial and sentencing, and the articles "Odetta in Concert" by Peter Holloway, "Open Letter to A Critic" by Ted McGillivray, and "Folk Song, the Gentle Tranquilizer" by John Stricek.  
  * The 4th issue was subtitled "Canada's National Folksong Magazine" and was edited by Peter J. Holloway. It came out in February of 1962 and included an article on the Matiposa Folk Festival by John Stricek, a review of a Travellers concert, a directory of Toronto's folk clubs, and news from the folk scenes in Vancouver, Ottawa and Newfoundland. Also included are words and music to four folk songs.  
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Sing Out! * during post-World War II Red Scare to address €œthe hopes and fears and lives of common people €“ of the great majority.€ 1950-Current New York, NY Bethlehem, PA
 singout * Described as €œworth more to humanity than any thousand tons of dreamy dopey junk dished out from the trees of our forests along every Broadway in this world€ by Woody Guthrie.  
  * Survived divisions during Vietnam era between politicos and €œpurists,€ and then near bankruptcy.  
  * Still publishing after 66 years, part of a worldwide, nonprofit publishing and archival organization since 1983.  

 

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