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Album Review

A concert recording of Fred Small with a small group including Johnny Cunningham, it features a set of well-played story-songs that are always carefully politically correct.

Customer Reviews

Quite NOT PC, I would say!

As always, Fred Small can gradually open eyes and change lives with his music. One cannot listen to Guinevere without swearing to be part of the solution to racism. Yet the tone is not pedantic and your foot finds itself tapping. As for PC, Fred even reaches the edge of rude with The Marine's Lament, though he covers nicely and honestly afterward.

Biography

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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