Sam Amidon's new album is titled Lily-O. Piper Ferguson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Re-Compositions, Not Covers: Sam Amidon's Personal Folk Collages
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Listen To Sam Amidon On World Cafe
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Sam Amidon: Reshaping An American Folk Tradition
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"How Come That Blood" is an old song, but in Sam Amidon's hands, it springs to life as if newly born. Samantha West hide caption

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How Come That Blood
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Sam Amidon On World Cafe
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