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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.

    Actor Robert Duvall's got many memorable roles, but he's looking forward to more

  • 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.

    Mike Ragogna: New Tunes On Monday: Elvis Costello, Marshall Crenshaw, eels, Alex Woodard, and Buckwheat Zydeco

  • David Kilgour, erstwhile member of the New Zealand punks the Clean, delivered his folksiest fare yet on this year's "Left by Soft" Merge.

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  • 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!

    Playback:stl Syndication

  • 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.



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