Review: Ry Cooder’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ Is a Politicized Roots Refurbishing

Review: Ry Cooder’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ Is a Politicized Roots Refurbishing

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Friday, 11 May 2018
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Guitar virtuoso Ry Cooder has spent the majority of his 50-year career as one of the country’s most vital communal historians and champions of roots music, illuminating and reanimating everything from bolero to bluegrass. Over the past decade or so, Cooder has also emerged out of his group of Sixties and Seventies contemporaries as one of folk music’s preeminent polemicists, channeling Occupy

This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Review: Ry Cooder’s ‘The Prodigal Son’ Is a Politicized Roots Refurbishing

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