The folks at Thompkins Square are at it again, continuing to release older and folk material on CD.  This time it’s “Aimer et Perdre: To Love & to Lose Songs, 1917-1934” after a song by Joe and Cleoma Falcon.   The New Yorker mentions it and has a sound clip online.  Can’t find it on their web site, however.  Amazon lists it with a Feb. 13, 2012 release date.  Don’t find it on the Louisiana Music Factory site yet.  Who’da thought Brooklyn would be the source for classic recorded folk and ethic music?  You can listen to the title song now on the CD Cajun volume 1 Abbeville breakdown. Columbia. CK 56220. 1990.

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