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my entire 8th grade class enjoyed this song. rock on


My parents had this album on cassette. It used to get played on longer car rides, and I remember ALL of these songs - but I've never known who the singer was. The songs are "issue songs" and as much as my politics don't agree with all the issues - the music is good, and there are also some great points in the music... and Fred Small is just GOOD.

Heart of us all...

Fred is fearless when it comes to composing and singing folk songs about life. From the true tale of a polar bear to humor and understanding found in a race between a woman in a wheelchair and a man with two legs, Fred will make you laugh, cry, and understand in the context of sweet pure folk music.


Born: November 6, 1952

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

The political insight, human compassion, and environmental concern that inspired Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Fred Small -- a lawyer and Unitarian Universalist minister -- to seek a law degree has been eloquently expressed in his folk-rooted songs. Small has musically addressed everything from homosexuality in the military and the unnecessary difficulties of the disabled to radioactive frogs and a moose's infatuation with a cow. Pete Seeger, Rosalie Sorrels, the Flirtations, Steve Gillette, and...
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