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This album is great! John McCutcheon is a great singer/songwriter as well as storyteller. I hope you get to see him in concert! If you buy the CD it comes as a double CD. The first 5 songs were part of a storytelling festival he was a part of. That would be a great way to break up the CDS, if you choose to back them up. I like a lot of his songs but one of my favorite's is "Old People In Love". His music is entertaining and educational. Great music!

Indescribable experience

I've owned this album from the day it was released, and listened to it more times than I can count. I still find new pearls of wisdom - lessons of morality, ethics, community, and humanity- I'd thus far missed. I still can't get through this album without laughing, crying, sighing...and reminding myself of our responsibility to each other.

P.S. : Sara Tucholsky will always bring tears to my eyes. Thank you John.

Wonderful Stories/Great Tunes

This is an awesome album! The first 5 stories are pure John McCutcheon at his best. I've only owned the album 3 weeks but I've yet to make it through Sara Tucholsky without shedding a tear. That is your challenge.


Born: August 14, 1952 in Wausau, WI

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Known best for his prolific work in the field of children's music, John McCutcheon has consistently produced both quality children's albums and folk albums since the early '70s. McCutcheon is first and foremost an instrumentalist. Like thousands of others in the '60s, McCutcheon, a Wisconsin native, taught himself how to play a mail-order guitar and joined the local folk scene. His interest became more serious, however, when he sought to find the roots of this music. McCutcheon headed for Appalachia...
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