A4. Ballad Of The Dumb Hairdresser. A6. Female Mudwrestling. 6337 AP, SEEZ 60. Phranc. Folksinger (LP, Album). Stiff Records, Stiff Records.
Folksinger is an album by folk singer-songwriter Phranc, released in 1985. Phranc's first solo LP fused elements of her punk rock past with acoustic folk music. Folksinger was originally released on Rhino Records and was then licensed to Island Records
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As Europe experienced a wave of roots revivals in the 1950s and 1960s, France found its regional culture reviving traditional music. Brittany, Limousin, Gascony, Corsica and Auvergne were among the regions that experienced a notable resurgence in the popularity of folk music. Traditional styles of music had survived most in remote areas, such as the island of Corsica and mountainous Auvergne, as well as the more nationalist lands of the Basques and Bretons.
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Jewish lesbian folksinger Phranc took the punk world by surprise when she released her militant folk record in 1985. A former punk rocker herself, Phranc set topical songs like "Noguchi" and "Everywhere I Go (I Hear the Go Go's)," the anti-suicide "Lifelover," and the sing-along "Female Mudwrestling" beside her strict cover of Dylan's "The Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll" to great effect. Acoustic folk music had yet to be embraced by the punk/new wave underground, making Folksinger a watershed album.
Consumer Guide Album. Phranc: Folksinger You don't come back to a singer-songwriter ca for music no matter how winning her "Lonesome Death of Hattie Carroll. You come back because you really like her. As a "life-loving" jock who can do without female mud-wrestling and people who crash handicapped parking spaces, Phranc is familiar enough as a general type. But little things like her name and her flattop set her off from the Olivia separatists, and so do big things, like her sweet sense of humor and her habit.
|1||One O' The Girls||4:56|
|4||Ballad Of The Dumb Hairdresser||3:24|
|7||The Lonesome Death Of Hatttie Carol||4:26|
|13||Everywhere I Go (I Hear The Go Go's)||2:46|
- Manufactured By – PDO, USA
NotesProduced by Phranc, Ethan James and Craig Lee recorded at Tokyo Studios, Venice, CA.
Manufactured and Distributed by Island Records Inc.
Printed in the USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 422-846358-2 0
- Matrix / Runout: 422 846 358-2 [email protected]
|6.26337 AP, SEEZ 60||Phranc||Folksinger (LP, Album)||Stiff Records, Stiff Records||6.26337 AP, SEEZ 60||Germany||1986|
|422 846 358-1||Phranc||Folksinger (LP, Album)||Island Records Inc.||422 846 358-1||US||1985|
|RNC 856||Phranc||Folksinger (Cass, Album)||Rhino Records||RNC 856||US||1985|
|RNLP 856||Phranc||Folksinger (LP, Album)||Rhino Records||RNLP 856||US||1985|
|STLP/1026||Phranc||Folksinger (LP, Album)||Stiff Records||STLP/1026||Italy||1986|