MP3 Rod MacDonald - No Commercial Traffic
Komplettes MP3 Album von Rod MacDonald
Angegebene Spieldauer: 42:44
Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: "My summation of Rod MacDonald--he’s a restless traveller, seeker and communicator of the truth, and an obediant servant of his music"...Arthur Wood, Acoustic Live
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"Via the Fast Folk Music Cooperative, MacDonald and others like Richard Meyer and Christine Lavin were an important part of the rebirth of the folk scene in New York in the 1980s. While MacDonald isn’t exactly a new face to New York folk music fans, he began to gain national stature in the early 1990s, performing at folk festivals and coffeehouses around the U.S., Canada and Europe. MacDonald’s songwriting influences include Phil Ochs, Richard Farina and Bob Dylan. True to the folk tradition, MacDonald is not afraid to get political, that take chances and perhaps shock some people. Songs like "American Jerusalem," "White Buffalo" and "Every Living Thing" have been covered by his peers and his elders, including musicians Garnet Rogers, Jean Redpath, Gordon Bok, Happy Traum and Shawn Colvin. MacDonald’s place in the folk Hall of Fame is assured by his "A Sailor’s Prayer," a hymn-styled tune that many people mistook for a traditional song." Richard Skelly, All Music Guide