Article / Upstairs at Paradise (from San Francisco Bay Guardian)

The “Great Folk Scare” of the 1960s extended beyond the Greenwich Village scene that spawned the careers of Bob Dylan, Dave Van Ronk, Eric Anderson, and others. And if Bob Martin’s star didn’t rise out of the Cambridge and Boston coffeehouses back then, his recent (and only third) recording, The River Turns the Wheel (Riversong Records), proves that genuine talent endures.

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