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- adj. superlative form of folksy: most folksy.
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"Duvall -- in a natty jacket and blue oxford shirt that makes those familiar eyes even more piercing -- speaks in a self-interrupting, Southern-inflected shorthand that recalls his folksiest characters.
Where the pair's previous outings together included the rare, collaborative '85 single "The People's Limousine" (as The Coward Brothers), and T Bone's co-production of The Costello Show's King Of America and Elvis' Spike, this album is the brightest yet folksiest of their works together or anything Costello's ever touched.
David Kilgour, erstwhile member of the New Zealand punks the Clean, delivered his folksiest fare yet on this year's "Left by Soft" Merge.
Instead we got improv -- 73 minutes of Quinn at his folksiest and most discursive, riffing off a set of notes he brought to the podium and moving with little apparent focus from point to point.
Fans, waiting in anticipation, sung along to the folksiest songs of Against Me!
Fred Thompson, after a long summer's nap, showed up with his folksiest A game and told McCain's Vietnam story with Paul Harvey-like wholesomeness that nearly made me forget it was the 5,000th time I've heard it.