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GUEST,Lynn Gold Whatever happened to folksinger Lynn Gold (94* d) RE: Whatever happened to folksinger Lynn Gold 01 Dec 20


just popped in and lo...found the recent posts. To say I at first horrified by the tortuous ordeal our fellow Mudcat person , an innocent really, has been subjected to through no fault of his own, would be an understatement.

hard to imagine what it would be like to be the target of these incessant visual assaults by a wild eyed deranged harrigan with whale teeth who could pass for Trump in a cave who shoves babes into the microwave, even if she's not a train person and takes the bus so you just have to be sure to run in the opposite direction...

curious to see an old photo, looked at the Twitter image, and it it is not a picture of me...I've no idea who the lady happens to be...or why on Mudcat and thought not ask the man at the helm, Max, to correct the problem if there is one. I've not seen what was referred to.

sending musical hugs to everyone, friends, for the kindness, one being Frank, last name Hamilton, who often accompanied me in the past and plays many instruments, like his friends Pete Seeger and Guy Carawan, who together gave us 'We Shall Overcome', and was an original member of the Weavers and the founder of several folk music schools that are now legendary and carrying on the tradition of folk music...he doesn't make a fuss about it as he's just busy being himself but just felt like outing him

I'm not familiar with the Pye label and knew nothing about the 'hijacking'. Would appreciate any info on how I can access it or if it is relevant now in any way. Thanks for the input.

just a mention that lots of us still around, writing songs, performing safely, i.e. Judy Collins and Peter Yarrow, and with my novel which take place largely in Ireland.

peace and love

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