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From Victory Music
This review of the Winter’s Bone soundtrack has recently come to our attention. For a while there in 2010 and early 2011 it was all we could do to keep up with those reviews. They are still coming at us … Continue reading
Posted in Music Tagged Blackberry Winter Band, folk culture, folk music, marideth sisco, Music, Oh Brother Where art Though, Ozarks, Victory Music, Winter's Bone 7 Comments
What About Me?!
About me: My official bio says I’m a veteran journalist, teacher, author, musician, student of folklore, and creator of Elder Mountain Press, a venue for publishing stories relevant to Ozarks culture and history. It makes no mention of my absence … Continue reading
Posted in postaweek2011, What about me Tagged film, folk culture, folk music, marideth sisco, media, Music, Ozarks, sudden fame, Sundance, Winter's Bone Leave a comment
The Saga of Euro-Asia
Well, don’t things get forever squirrelly-er. First we were going to Georgia, the republic of, and then we weren’t. Then got word it was back on again. Now we hear from the Georgians that the U.S. Embassy says no. But … Continue reading
From “The Rabbit Room”
You’ll have to read all the way to the bottom to get to the part about Marideth; it’s a good piece to read. “… the part of the movie that left me stunned, sitting speechless in my seat for several … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Farther Along, folk culture, folk music, marideth sisco, Missouri folk culture, old time music, Ozarks, Winter's Bone Leave a comment