Sunday, November 18, 2007

Mostly Folk Playlist,, November 18, 2007

Host: Terry Hayden

Music To Me | Bill Staines | Tracks and Trails
Wrecking Ball | Gillian Welch | Soul Journey
Dark Eyed Molly | Eva Cassidy | American Tune
Carolina Pines | Kate Wolf | An Evening in Austin
Old Devil Time | Pat Humphries | Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger, vol. 3, Disc 1
The Red Thread | Lucy Kaplansky | The Red Thread
Are You Tired of Me Darling | Nanci Griffith | Other Voices, Other Rooms
Wasn't That a Mighty Storm | Tom Rush | Live from Symphony Hall, Boston
What You Are | The Greencards | Weather and Water
Arrow | Cheryl Wheeler | Circles and Arrows
Wicked Game | Gypsy Soul | Beneath the Covers: A Rediscovery
Pretty Picture | Kim Richey | Chinese Boxes
Tango to Evorra | Loreena McKennitt | The Visit
Maiden's Revenge | The Muses | Oasis World Volume VII, 3
Pastures of Plenty | Broadside Electric | More Bad News
What's That I Hear | Kim and Reggie Harris and Rabbi Jonathan Kligler | Let My People Go! Jewish and African American Celebration of Freedom
Links on the Chain | Phil Ochs | I Ain't Marching Anymore
Carry it On | Tom Paxton and Anne Hills | Under American Skies
Hold On | Tim O'Brien | Cornbread Nation
A Little Bit of Rain | Eric Andersen | The Street Was Always There
So Long Marianne | Leonard Cohen | Songs of Leonard Cohen
Twelve Gates to the City | HARP | A Time to Sing, Disc 2
We Belong to the Earth | Magpie | Seed on the Prairie
Mountain Air | Dan Berggren | Mountain Air
Angel Standin' By | David Mallett | Midnight on the Water
Miracle | Peter Ostroushko | Heart of the Heartland
Can't Help Falling in Love | Luka Bloom | The Acoustic Motorbike
How the Night Time Sings | Brooks Williams | How the Night Time Sings
Celibacy | Einstein's Little Homunculus | Don't Ask
Ms. A. Hulas | Lui Collins | North of Mars
Ringo's Boogie | Gideon Freudmann | Cellobotomy
Hit the Ground Running | The McKrells | Hit the Ground Running
Annabel | The Duhks | Your Daughters and Your Sons
Riverside | Ollabelle | Riverside Battle Songs
Potter's Wheel | Freyda Epstein and Acoustic AttaTude | Midnight at Cabbell Hall

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