Alan Lomax, Pete Seeger, et al.
New York: Sing Out Incorporated, 1960. Octavo. Staple-bound pictorial paper wraps, worn at the spine fold with some rust bleed extending out from the upper staple, rubbing at the spine fold. Previous owner's inscription, some pencil annotations to the song, "Why, Oh Why" by Woody Guthrie. 52 pages. Very good.
The Folk Song Magazine. Volume 10, Number 3. Featuring the lead story, "Sam 'Lightnin' Hopkins: A Description." Sing Out!'s mission was "to preserve and support the cultural diversity and heritage of all traditional and contemporary folk musics, and to encourage making folk music a part of our everyday lives."
"Why don't you answer my questions?
Why, oh why, oh why?
'Cause I don't know the answers
Goodbye goodbye goodbye"