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Ellis Paul, with Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion

November 17

By Scott Alarik
November 15, 2007

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Paul is one of folkdom's most incisive and intimate songwriters. Now a doting father, his first family album, "Dragonfly Races," bubbles with buoyant, hummable songs that appeal to kids and parents - and incite good conversations between them. As simple as the songs are, they don't duck tough issues; a fairy tale, for instance, becomes a timely political allegory about ... (Full article: 131 words)

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