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Water from Another Time - A Retrospective

John McCutcheon

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Folk singer and songwriter John McCutcheon has generally followed a neo-Appalachian approach during his career, but he's also experimented and expanded traditional sounds and songs within that template, finding ways to work outside the box while simultaneously preserving the structure and integrity of the box itself, which is often much easier said than done. This retrospective, originally released in this configuration on 1989, collects his early sides for June Appal, Front Hall, and other labels, but also includes more work from Rounder Records, and three previously unreleased songs.

Biography

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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