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A few honest words

the Kentucky roots of popular music

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        StatementThe University Press of Kentucky
        PublishersThe University Press of Kentucky
        LC Classifications2012
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        Paginationxvi, 79 p. :
        Number of Pages41
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        ISBN 10nodata
        Naomi Judd : ancestral memory Ben Sollee and Daniel Martin Moore : sword and snow Chris Knight : trailer poet Carla Gover : mountain edge Kevin Harris : freedom doxology Joan Osborne : Brooklyn meets Appalachia Dwight Yoakam : a hillbilly in Hollywood Nappy Roots : the pursuit of nappyness Matraca Berg : headwaters Cathy Rawlings : from the wings Dale Ann Bradley : these prisoning hills Jim James : the ghost of Jim James past Kate Larken : far west The Watson twins : southern manners.

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