Making People's Music: Moe Asch and Folkways Records




      Making People's Music: Moe Asch and Folkways Records
An exhaustive, illuminating life of Folkways Records founder Moe Asch, whose American and international folk music releases laid the ground for the folk revival of the 1950s and 60s and the world music explosion of recent years Kirkus Reviews 25 photos. Free Read Making People's Music: Moe Asch and Folkways Records By Peter D. Goldsmith For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 468 pages
  • Making People's Music: Moe Asch and Folkways Records
  • Peter D. Goldsmith
  • English
  • 27 September 2019
  • 1560983701

10 thoughts on “ Making People's Music: Moe Asch and Folkways Records

  1. Rupert says:

    Incredibly comprehensive history of Folkways records and the complex man behind it, the musicians he championed how he helped popularize international music Because of the scope and breadth of Asch s life it also touches on the political and social aspects of working class Americans throughout the 40s, 50s 60s and his involvement on the margins of people s movements There is also excruciating details of the economic struggle behind operating independent small music labels Incredibly comprehensive history of Folkways records and the complex man behind it, the musicians he championed how he helped popularize international music Because of the scope and breadth of Asch s life it also touches on the political and social aspects of working class Americans throughout the 40s, 50s 60s and his involvement on the margins of people s movements There is also excruciating details of the economic struggle behind operating independent small music labels championin...

  2. Paul Thillen says:

    Our author shows Mr Asch as someone who is distant from everyone in his life, including the music that he recorded or released The book runs on a bit with leftist political history as it related to folk music in the 40 s and 50 s but on the whole was informative and and useful read.

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