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"A Folk Concert In Town Hall, New York" by Jean Ritchie, Oscar Brand, and David Dear is worth a listen by any fan of folk music, particularly of the folk music current in the 1960s. It will probably not attract any new fans to that genre, though. Ritchie is a superb singer, and Brand does a pretty good job, himself. As usual in many of Oscar Brand's performances, David Sear sings a bit in an interesting voice, and plays banjo with great expertise. I enjoyed most of the songs, and found some of them to be brand new to my moderately experienced ear. The only significant drawback to the concert, I feel, is the "clash" of accents involved - especially Jean Ritchie's Kentucky hill-country sound vs. Oscar Brand's smooth, Canadian-cosmopolitan voice. The recording, itself, is not a great one. I suspect that only a few microphones were used. The sound varies considerably from tune to tune, and sometimes within one song. As a fan of this sort of music, though, I'm happy with the album.

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