Paul Arenson | Tofu Spaghetti

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Tofu Spaghetti

by Paul Arenson

Songs that are at once political, passionate, lyrical, romantic, angry, loving, uplifting, and embracing.
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. The Good Ship England
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2. The Tired Old Trawler
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3. The Pressures of the World
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4. The Ballad of Chong Gyan-Yong
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5. Many Times I have Loved
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6. My Lady's a Wild Flying Dove
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7. Go Down You Broken Old Man
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8. Amazing Grace
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9. Tofu Spaghetti
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10. Strikers Line
0:48 $0.99
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11. Bar at Midnight
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12. The Highway Song
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13. There's a Lesson to be Learned in the Trees
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14. Fantasy
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Paul Arenson is a a sometimes singer, songwriter, teacher and political activist, born in NY, resident physically in Japan and Boston. Puccini (Yes, I almost became an opera singer) and Seeger were both influences. Also Phil Ochs, Joan Baez...I am not sure how much potato latkes played a part in my early development, but for those who care, I thought I would mention it. Why is this album listed under Celtic? Well, that was a major influence, and you can hear it in Strikers Line, which I wrote after listening to the songs of Ewan MacColl. Current favorites are Alistair Hulett and Dick Gaughan.

My website is http://tokyoprogressive.org

Visitors to this non profit website can make a donation to help support my work on behalf of social and political activism as well as critical media literacy in education. I will send anyone who contributes the equivalent of the CD and shipping price or more (about 1700 yen) a copy of Tofu Spaghetti.Maybe most convenient for folks in Japan.

Japanese: 日本の人は1700円以上の寄付をすると(現金書留やpaypal)このCDをプレゼントします。くわしことは paul@tokyoprogressive.org までおねがいします。

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