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Emma’s Revolution shows off expanding range

Emma’s Revolution — Pat Humphries, left, and Sandy Opatow — is known as a folk act, but the duo has ventured into other genres, including funk on their latest album.
Photographer: Irene Young
Emma’s Revolution — Pat Humphries, left, and Sandy Opatow — is known as a folk act, but the duo has ventured into other genres, including funk on their latest album.
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Pat Humphries and Sandy Opatow, better known as the politically charged musical duo Emma’s Revolution, don’t like to tie themselves to any one genre. Of course, when they perform live as a duo, their acoustic guitars and interweaving melodies plant them firmly in the folk realm. Their three studio recordings paint a fuller picture, quite literally — with full band arrangements, the duo stretches out into soulful rock, vocal jazz and even show tunes. “We ...

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