Singer passes along folk songs for a new generation
August 26, 1998
The Town Talk
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The new album concentrates on music of the 1960s and early 1970s because, she believes, that was a time of fewer boundaries in music. Yet her own book proves that no era is perfect: Susan Cowsill contributes a poignant essay in Griffith's book on how her mother was snubbed by the folk music community when her family became a successful pop singing act.