Tom Paxton

By J Poet

Tom Paxton was one of stars of New York City’s Greenwich Village singer/songwriter revolution of the 1960s, a friend of Dylan, Dave Van Ronk and Phil Ochs. He wrote topical and protest songs, but also penned tunes with a more pop/mainstream approach. He never “went electric” like Dyan and Ochs, sticking to his folk and blues roots, even at the height of the folk rock boom. Despite that, he was one of the first folkies to write songs that became pop hits. His first album Ramblin’ Boy (1964 Elektra) included “I Can’t Help But Wonder Where I’m Bound’... Read More

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