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A folk revival

Unearthed in a Brooklyn basement, a trove of Woody Guthrie recordings will see the light in a new four-CD collection - and he’s never sounded better

Left: Metal masters stored in cardboard barrels turned out to be recordings by Woody Guthrie (center, in 1943) and other artists. Right, from left: Jim Farrow, Lucia Sutera, and Michael Creamer, in the basement where the disks were found, helped get the Guthrie gems released. Left: Metal masters stored in cardboard barrels turned out to be recordings by Woody Guthrie (center, in 1943) and other artists. Right, from left: Jim Farrow, Lucia Sutera, and Michael Creamer, in the basement where the disks were found, helped get the Guthrie gems released.
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / August 2, 2009

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The phone call came late on a Friday night, five summers ago, during the final innings of a Red Sox game. It was Boston artist manager Michael Creamer’s cousin on the line, calling to quiz him about the music business. (Full article: 1663 words)

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