Listen carefully to CD1:7, "Folsom Prison Blues."...

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Listen carefully to CD1:7, "Folsom Prison Blues." Why is the texture called homophonic? How would you describe the form, style, and genre of this music?

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The Fenders were a country band from Thoreau, New Mexico in the mid-1960s comprised of all-Navajo performers. Their rendition of “Folsom Prison Blues” by Johnny Cash was undoubtedly a favorite among Najavo people of the time, and unlike more traditional forms of music, the Fenders—an American-Indian country band—promoted a form of integration into Western norms and values through their use of country music and electric guitars. The Fenders’ version of “Folsom Prison Blues...

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