Don't think I'll read the 91 posts in older threads on the perennial question "What is Folk?". Maybe in there, I guess I could find the only definition that appealed when we had such serious discussion 40 years back.
I'm trying to recall the original author, Seeger? Leadbelly, Lomax, Lloyd? - can't remember - first I heard it was with an American accent...
"I guess it's all folk - ain't heard no horse sing yet!"
Let's just put it down to the original "Folk Poet"..;)
Mind you, as I sit listening to Mµdcat Radio from a couple of weeks back XXIV, maybe I'm old fashioned - in a fairly remote part of the world, I can dial up a wireless programme from a while back - I guess computers can sing now - maybe horses now sing too...;^)
Whoops - now I'm hearing a complaint from a caller to MCR "That ain't Folk"...;^)
Love what I just heard from the caller
"If you write your programme just on what pleases me, you'll only have one listener" - Hmm... that sums it up for me.
"Folk is what appeals to me, from my own definition of Folk".
Cheers - Sam