Release of the Anthology of American Folk Music, Volume Four

PopMatters.com Review
FolkandBluesNews.com Review
Motion Review
Bill Board Magazine
Seattle Weekly



The Bellingham Herald
"Ahead of His Time: Bellingham youth's folk recordings reverberate through the years," by Tony Stasiek


American Roots Music
A four part series that airs on PBS stations throughout the United States this month.
The third installment discusses the role that the Anthology of American Folk Music has played in the urban folk revival, the reissue and it's continuing effect on contemporary music.

Art in America
"An American Original," by Michael Duncan
An interesting report on the Getty Research Institute's Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular symposium.

Vanity Fair
"All American Passion"
A brief report on the ongoing legacy as Bruce Weber photographs the Los Angeles UCLA Harry Smith Project concerts.

Oxford American Issue 40
Time Done Been Won't Be No More (But See That My Grave Is Kept Clean), by William Gay
Featured in their annual music issue, this article discusses how Harry Smith's folk music anthology inspired and revealed a hidden America and David Johansen's new twist on the original. (CD included)


LA Weekly
"Dismembering Harry Smith," by Doug Harvey


Harry Smith: The Avant-Garde in the American Vernacular
A Two Day Symposium at the Getty Research Institute, April 20-21, 2001

Hal Willner's Harry Smith Project, UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles
April 25 & 26, 2001

Press Release
VH1 Review - 4/30/01