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    David Mallett in Concert with Tom Smith opening

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    November 2, 2012


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    David Mallett in Concert with Tom Smith opening

     Maine-based David Mallett is one of the most underrated folkies of our time. He’s best known for his ecological “Garden Song,” recorded by Pete Seeger, John Denver, and Arlo Guthrie. But Mallett has made a slew of great albums, from early discs produced by Peter, Paul & Mary’s Noel Paul Stookey to this latest, a masterpiece worthy of the sly old fox that he is. Mallett’s voice, which echoes the...

     Maine-based David Mallett is one of the most underrated folkies of our time. He’s best known for his ecological “Garden Song,” recorded by Pete Seeger, John Denver, and Arlo Guthrie. But Mallett has made a slew of great albums, from early discs produced by Peter, Paul & Mary’s Noel Paul Stookey to this latest, a masterpiece worthy of the sly old fox that he is. Mallett’s voice, which echoes the troubadour side of Gordon Lightfoot and the utter honesty of Guy Clark, is most adept at addressing the passage of time. “As you grow old/ Just stay in a place in your mind like a tune from an innocent time,” he sings on one jangly, Byrds-inspired tune. - Steve Morse, Boston Globe


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