Paul Farkas | I’m Just Going to Play Something

 

On this episode of the Sonic Essay Podcast, we reach deep into the TSVP community oral history archive and feature a short conversation between father and son. For many years Kevin Farkas never knew his father could play the harmonica–a self-taught talent his father Paul developed as a young boy growing up during The Great Depression.

 

On this episode of the Sonic Essay Podcast, we reach deep into the TSVP community oral history archive and feature a short conversation between father and son. For many years Kevin Farkas never knew his father could play the harmonica--a self-taught talent his father Paul developed as a young boy growing up during The Great Depression.
This episode is based on an oral history interview originally recorded in 2012 at the home of Paul Farkas in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.  Featuring the voices of Kevin Farkas, Paul Farkas.  Audiography: Kevin Farkas. Music: Paul Farkas (Harmonica - "My Country Tis of Thee"), Kevin Farkas (Guitar - Original Compostition). ©Sonic Essay Podcast/The Social Voice Project, Inc. All rights reserved.

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