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Dave Van Ronk was a prominent figure in the 1960s American music folk revival, particularly in the vibrant Greenwich Village music scene in NYC. He formed friendships with influential musicians such as Bob Dylan, Phil Ochs, Joni Mitchell, and many others, solidifying his place in musical history. Van Ronk's remarkable life served as inspiration for the main character in the Coen brothers' film “Inside Llewyn Davis.” This particular recording captures a live performance by Dave Van Ronk at Indiana University in Bloomington on October 20, 1964. Organized by the I.U. Folksong Club, the concert provides an intimate and diverse selection of songs. This single LP release offers a compilation of the best tracks from the original double CD release in 2015.Dave Van Ronk's contribution to the folk music movement cannot be overstated. He was known for his distinctive voice and exceptional guitar skills, often incorporating elements of blues, jazz, and traditional folk music in his performances. Van Ronk was not only a talented musician but also a notable figure in the folk community, supporting and encouraging other artists along the way. His influence and impact on the music world continue to be recognized and celebrated to this day.