Sunday, May 18, 2008

Mostly Folk Playlist, May 18, 2008

Hosted by Howard Jack

Mark Bernier, "It's Advertised in Boston," Always Welcome
The Woods Tea Co., "December's Child," The Passage
Notorious, "The Watermill/The Icy Cold Finger of Death," Notorious
Liza Constable, "Hard Hearted Hannah," In My Girlish Days
Peter Rowan, "Barefoot Country Road," Dustbowl Children
Tony Rice, "John Wilkes Booth," Native American
Peter Rowan & Tony Rice, "Midnight Moonlight," Quartet
Lynn Morris, "You'll Never Be the Sun," You'll Never Be the Sun
Jody Stecher & Kate Brislin, "Too Late, Too Late," Our Town
Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum, "Teardrops Falling in the Snow," The Oak and the Laurel
Ben Bedford, "Annabelle 2," Lincoln's Man
Tom Bolton, "Biscuits," When I Cross the River
David Ross MacDonald, "Waltzing Matilda," Knuckled Brass & Bone
Eric Bogle, "Here in the Green," Small Victories
Eddy & Kim Lawrence, "I'm Satisfied," My Second Wife's First Album
Eliza Gilkyson, "Emerald Street," Beautiful World
Angel Band, "Cold Lonesome Down in Blackbird Creek," With Roots & Wings
The Wilders, "Hey, Little Darlin'," Somebody's Got to Pay
Kelly Flint, "Drive All Night," Drive All Night
Phantom Voices, "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?," The Phantoms A Capella
Robert Earl Keen, "Wild Wind," Gravitational Forces
Koerner, Ray & Glover, "Terra Mae," One Foot in the Groove

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