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June 29, 1978 - Image 8

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Michigan Daily, 1978-06-29

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Page 8-Thursday, June 29, 1978-The Michigan Daily

Sun and sound

Daily Photos by JOHN KNOX

T HE ROCK FESTIVAL may have fad,
the g6s, hut its predecessor, the folk
still thrives. The Mariposa Folk Fest
Toronto last weekend left little doubt t
music is not being overwhelmed by th
craze. Anyone who ferried from do
Toronto to the festival site on the Toronto
was treated to three days of sunshine
conglomeration of music ranging from bli
picking to African drumming, from celtic
to Cajun accordion. No one was hard-pre
something to listen to. The problem, inste
deciding which of six simultaneous perf
ces to catch.
With all of the musical diversity, f
goers couldn't help but make some I
discoveries of their own. By far one of the
discoveries made by the crowd at Marip
the blues mandolin of Yank Rachel (con
per left). Rachel made his first recordir
but considering the energy with which
formed his career might have just
Backed by other festival musicians in
Steve Goodman, Rachel had the crowd
and clapping to his country blues mandol

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