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"Malvina Reynolds was the grooviest grandma to ever strut across the folk singer stage. At the ripe age of 70 (in 1970) she joined forces with members of The Byrds, The Dillards, The Sunshine Company, producer Alex Hassilev (of fabulous folkies The Limeliters) and others to cut her self-titled psych-protest opus. With a heart of gold and an acid tongue, Malvina wraps her creaking, aching voice around the hot topics at the close of the tumultuous 1960s. Rounding out the collection are a handful of extremely rare 45-only cuts, alternate versions and six astounding previously-unreleased tracks. Lovingly remastered from the original tapes, all selections make their first appearance on CD here. Deluxe packaging, 16-page full color booklet with exclusive notes and rare photos."