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MartinRyan 14 Nov 00 - 06:09 PM
McGrath of Harlow 14 Nov 00 - 06:39 PM
simon-pierre 14 Nov 00 - 09:29 PM
McGrath of Harlow 15 Nov 00 - 09:18 PM
GUEST,(Edgar A.)--a.k.a. Art Thieme 16 Nov 00 - 12:12 AM
katlaughing 16 Nov 00 - 01:01 AM
MartinRyan 16 Nov 00 - 09:31 AM
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Subject: Broadside - the magazine
From: MartinRyan
Date: 14 Nov 00 - 06:09 PM

Some of you may be interested in THIS


p.s. Maybe the elves can tidy up the URL?

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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 14 Nov 00 - 06:39 PM

God that's a coincidence - I was just up in the attic clearing stuff up, and I found an ancient ancient copy of Broadside from back in the '60s. Blotchy printing ion a duplicator that had seen better days. Songs by Dylan and Phil Ochs and others.

And it also included one by me, "I've got a Secret", about a secret government nuclear fallout shelter - no name with it, because I was a bit worried they could get me, since technically it was in breach of the British Official Secrets Act, so I'd had it left off the copies they ran off during the Aldermaston March, and Broadside had got a copy of it from somewhere.

And the funny thing is that only a couple of weeks ago I went on a day trip to one of these underground Regional Seats of Government, a few miles from where I live. It is now a tourist attraction, with signs all around the district saying "this way to the Secret Nuclear Fallout Shelter". And it's the strangest place in the world. They sold it back to the farmer whose place it had been built on, and it's like something out of Dr Who.

Some things do change for the better.

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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: simon-pierre
Date: 14 Nov 00 - 09:29 PM

Good story, Mcgrath! Broadside has for me something mythic, and I'm very happy to meet someone who published in Broadside (since Dylan is very busy, I don't talk to him that much...).

you can see and hear more about this release there:


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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: McGrath of Harlow
Date: 15 Nov 00 - 09:18 PM

Thanks - that's a really handy site. And tuneful.

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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: GUEST,(Edgar A.)--a.k.a. Art Thieme
Date: 16 Nov 00 - 12:12 AM

Once upon a time I had the first 50 issues of Broadside but those are long gone now. I think I gave 'em to the Old Town School Of Folk Music at least 15 years ago--maybe 20---but I've not ever seen them anywhere around there in recent times.


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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: katlaughing
Date: 16 Nov 00 - 01:01 AM

WOW! Thanks for the great links and info. I was just a bit too young to know about this at the time, well, and out in the boonies of Colorado. I look forward to being able to get the set. McGrath and "Edgar A", it is an honour.

Thanks, Martin.


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Subject: RE: Broadside - the magazine
From: MartinRyan
Date: 16 Nov 00 - 09:31 AM

Glad you enjoyed that. The Irish Times regularly publishes articles on folk/traditional material. I'll post links when they might be of interest.


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