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Arlo Guthrie
CD Reviews
In Times Like These
Review by Gary Hill
Recorded live with a symphony orchestra (the University of Kentucky Symphony Orchestra), this is the latest disc from Arlo Guthrie and it might well be his best. The disc finds Guthrie stretching out a bit musically, wandering into old school jazz and blues, but it never stumbles or falters.

Concert Reviews
Arlo Guthrie - Live in Rockford, IL, October, 2007
Review by Gary Hill
I’m sure a lot of prog fans out there enjoy the music of Arlo Guthrie. You might not have kept up with his career, though.

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I like this compilation quite a bit. Sure, it seems like just about everyone will argue about what the “best” of any artist is.

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I've been a fan of John Flynn since I first heard him on NPR many years back. His brand of folk music is really steeped in the traditions and textures of the 1960s and 1970s folk scene.

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In the modern era it might be fairly simple to overlook Woody Guthrie's contribution to music, but it would be unwise. The man really was responsible for writing so many folk standards and influencing a generation (or more) of performers.

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