Sunday, February 15, 2009

Mostly Folk Playlist, February 15, 2009

Host: Howard Jack

Yarn, "Tennessee," Yarn
Camille West, "The Audit," Diva's Day Off
Kris Kristofferson, "In the News," This Old Road
Arnet Gutshall, "Georgia Mules and Country Boys," Too Old to Die Young -
The Life and Times of Music Man Arnet Gutshall

Still on the Hill, "Willie's Walls," Ozark
Whitetop Mountain Band, "The Hard Working Miner," Loafer's Dream
Laurie Lewis & the Right Hands, "Rank Strangers," The Golden West
Tommy Sands with Moya and Fionan, "Rambling Wild & Free," Let the Circle
Be Free

The Younger Sister Band, "Goodbye, NY," The Lady Wins Again
Jacob Johnson, "Treat Her Right," Est. 1986
Coco & Lafe, "Snow," Cafe Loco
Tom Rush, "River Song," What I Know
Danny Schmidt, "Grampa Built Bridges," Instead the Forest Rose to Sing
Eric Brace & Peter Cooper, "Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still," You Don't
Have to Like Them Both

Jorma Kaukonen, "Been So Long," River of Time
Tim Buckley, "Song to the Sea," The Dream Belongs to Me - Rare and
Unreleased Recordings 1968/1973

Mimi & Richard Farina, "Children of Darkness," Mimi & Richard Farina -
The Complete Vanguard Recordings

Judy Henske, "High-Flying Bird," Judy Henske and High-Flying Bird
Guy Davis, "Steamboat Captain," Sweetheart Like You
Jeremy Wallace Trio, "Casey Jones," Suicide Suitcase
Beaucoup Blue, "Whistle, Whistle," Free to Fall
Kelly Joe Phelps, "Train Carried My Girl from Town," Shine-Eyed Mister Zen
Kim Simmonds, "North Country Town," Out of the Blue
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines, "Moving to the Country," A Night in Woodstock
Ruthie Foster, "Joy on the Other Side," The Truth According to Ruthie Foster
Paul Reddick, "Every Temptation," Sugar Bird

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