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Lost recordings add to lure of folk legend

July 11, 2006

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Two years ago Michael Creamer, a Boston-based artist manager, received a call from his cousin Jim Farrow. Farrow was phoning to tell Creamer about a friend of his who had unexpectedly inherited a long-dormant record label. In an act of charity worthy of a Hollywood script, Irene Harris, the widow of Stinson Records owner Bob Harris, bequeathed the label's entire ... (Full article: 406 words)

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