Get Lomax August 11, 2010
If the name Alan Lomax doesn’t ring strike a dulcimer chord, his Wikipedia page provides a solid but superficial account of his achievements. The son of legendary ethnomusicologist John A. Lomax, deserves similar canonization for his work in cataloguing the ancient folk, blues, and ballads of the South, the Appalachians, and Haiti. An oral historian […]
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Yesterday was my 28th birthday. It’s a strange age to be, though I suspect they all are. You’re too old to qualify as young, but not nearly old enough to avoid eye rolls and the occasional kidney kick from people when you complain that you feel prematurely ancient. The born day mention isn’t intended to […]
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