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Karen Dalton- 1966- Karen Is Considered By Many To Be the Finest Folk/Blues Singer To Have Originated From the '60's Solo Songstress Club Scene- Her Fragile Yet Solid Display of Depth Floats Angelically Beyond Age and Time- 14 Reminders of Her Tenderness

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“Picture the great American folk artists of the 1960s and 70s sitting for a group portrait; Karen Dalton’s there, but her figure’s a blur, flitting restlessly out of frame. Dalton hated recording and felt at best ambivalent about performing in front of strangers (she much preferred playing for friends, on porches and in living rooms), which means that although she’s got one of those voices that gets talked about in hushed, reverent tones by everyone from Bob Dylan to Devendra Banhart, she preferred to sit out the kind of rituals that secure a person a snug spot in the canon.” -Pitchfork.com PLEASE CHECK OUT OUR SPLENDOR OF BOHEMIA EBAY STORE


By Rich Buckland 10/09/2014 09:50 AM

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