Folk

Folk (fk)
n. pl. folk or folks
1.
a. The common people of a society or region considered as the representatives of a traditional way of life and especially as the originators or carriers of the customs, beliefs, and arts that make up a distinctive culture: a leader who came from the folk.
b. Archaic A nation; a people.
2. Informal People in general. Often used in the plural: Folks around here are very friendly.
3. People of a specified group or kind. Often used in the plural: city folks; rich folk.
4. folks Informal
a. The members of one’s family or childhood household; one’s relatives.
b. One’s parents: My folks are coming for a visit.
adj.
Of, occurring in, or originating among the common people: folk culture; a folk hero.
Idiom:
just folks Informal
Down-to-earth, open-hearted.

. folk – the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community
ethnic music, folk music

Eyes:

Jeremy Deller and Alan Kane’s Folk Archive. Everything from customised cigarette’s spray painted by a designer at a nail salon in Walworth Road to Graffiti on Hay Bales in the countryside.

Forthcoming Woofah zine – produced by the marvellous Jon Eden of Uncarved.org

Ears

Durrty Goodz Axiom E.P.

Boom & Pokes show on SUB FM

Adele London

Salt and Blue

Heels

Mendicant

Out to all the story tellers.

More about Jeremy Deller in this earlier post Now we know that marxists all listen to dub reggae.

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