The generation born from war and into war for the sake of war. There was bound to be an ideological plate shift and the epicenter could be found in and around New York City where a melting pot of sounds from Cafe Wa to Macdougall Street to Bleecker Street wafted across the country, westward on the mainstream. In our show today we’ll take a chronological run through the traditional folk that filled the decade of the Sixties. We’ll hear from The Kingston Trio, Trini Lopez, Pete Seeger, Bob Dylan, and Tom Paxton in our Friday morning show, coming to you from the heart of the Cherry Street Historic District in Santa Rosa, California. Join us for odes to little boxes, cotton fields, rain, sunshine, and windy city odes to the social and political scorn of the times.
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