Music’s Biscuit Roller Has Done Gone   Leave a comment

In December 2008, many people were asking for a spare dime. Today’s economy is much better than 13 years ago, still many people are homeless without a dime. — kenne

Becoming is Superior to Being


Born in Alabama during the Great Depression (1930), although Odetta and her mother moved to Los Angeles in 1937, her soul had been baptized in the black prison songs and work songs from the southern fields. Considered by many of my generation as the voice of civil rights in America, our “biscuit roller has done gone.” (December 3, 2008) She traveled most of the 20th century, now on her way after serving as a key to so many doors.

With the current economic crisis impacting so many around the globe, I thought I would share this YouTube selection. “Brother Can You Spare A Dime” — Dr. John & Odetta


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Posted December 6, 2021 by kenneturner in Information

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