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So Much To Say - Various - White Boy Blues (CD)

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  1. Yolrajas says:
    As a white boy raised listening to lots of blues (live and recorded) in the late 50's and early 60's, in a radical civil-rights active family (S. Side Chicago & D.C.) with people constantly around me that included many radical African American activists and musicians, I have always striven to be conscious of cultural appropriation and theft.
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