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From 1958, 'Folk Songs for Far Out Folk'

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From 1958, 'Folk Songs for Far Out Folk'

From 1958, 'Folk Songs for Far Out Folk'

From 1958, 'Folk Songs for Far Out Folk'

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Fresh Air's jazz critic reviews a new reissue of Folk Songs for Far Out Folk, an obscure but iconic 1958 album created by jazz cellist Fred Katz — a student of classical giant Pablo Casals and a player in Chico Hamilton's legendary '50s quintet.

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