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The tragic tale of Jackson C. Frank, forgotten legend of the '60s

Bob Stanley, The Guardian, 9 January 2014

He was one of the great singer-songwriters of the '60s folk scene, more highly regarded by some than Paul Simon. But he only recorded one album – and died in obscurity, penniless and homeless.

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