The folk, roots and acoustic slot features guest artist
Tom Russell , whose eclectic past - playing strip joints, writing novels and touring Europe as a carnival cowboy singer - has engendered one of folk music's more unusual careers.
Tom Robinson continues his survey of the protest song and music with a political edge. 4: What's Going On?The music of John Lennon , Marvin Gaye , James Brown and Bob Marley illustrates the shift of the protest song from folk towards a more commercial, sophisticated artifice. With contributions from
Pauline Black ,
Tim Rice and Richard Coles.
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