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By Jim Clark:
For my second CD, I have set to music a dozen poems by a masterful but neglected Appalachian poet and writer. During his short, tragic life, “Georgia’s farmer-poet” Byron Herbert Reece published four highly regarded collections of poems and two novels then lapsed into obscurity. Building on the strengths of my CD of poetry and traditional folk music Buried Land, I sought timeless musical settings to bring to life some of Reece’s finest poems.
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