Sunday, August 30, 2009

Summer of Woodstock draws to a close

To all of my listeners,
I would like to thank you for listening to the program, which I spent 13 Sunday evenings with you on WRPI. For 30 of the 32 Woodstock artists, we only had those 13 two hour shows to fit it all in. Had I been able to spend more time on it, I would have done at least 32 two hour programs, one for each artist. I am proud to be the only person on the only radio station in probably at least New York state to spend the entire summer celebrating the 40th anniversary of Woodstock and promoting the 40th anniversary concert at Bethel Woods. Maybe WRPI (with yours truly on the mic) is the only broadcast media to spend that much time on the 40th anniversary. And to do so 40 years after being the only radio station in upstate NY to promote Woodstock '69 is an honor.

I hope to return next summer with a program similar to Summer of Woodstock; what it is I do not know yet. (Maybe in 2014 we'll do a 45th anniversary program! ....or a late night 15th anniversary of Woodstock '99)...but that's assuming I'm still around wrpi.

If you would like to receive a copy of my interviews with Sam Andrew (BBHC), Tom Constanten (Grateful Dead), Country Joe, Conrad Oberg, Woodstock producers Artie Kornfeld and Michael Lang, Woodstock Alumni Gerry, Mike Caprio, Harry Carter, and Luther Callman, please email me at or check back in about a week on for details. R.I.P. Woodstock and WRPI "Kaleidoscope" alumnus Marty Dion, who we were going to talk to on the program but left us early August.

Steve Malinski

Fall schedule starts August 31

WRPI's fall schedule goes into effect on Monday, August 31! As you say farewell to Summer of Woodstock, check out these new shows:

Breakfast in Bed
Wednesday, 7-9am
Variety music, mostly of the classic rock and jam band sort for a commercial-free morning music show!

Folk and World Features
Sunday, 5-6pm
On this show, you'll hear folk, Latin American, Native American, and other music (mostly traditional/acoustic) from around the world. Each week will have a particular focus. Sometimes the focus may be on particular musicians. Other times, the show may focus on topics such as music of indigenous peoples in North America and Latin America, female vocalists in contemporary American folk, traditional music of Eastern Europe, or labor union songs.

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 23, 2009

Host: Terry Hayden

Walter | Christopher Shaw | Adirondack
So Easy | Aztec Two Step | Aztec Two Step
Gold on the River | Tom Rush | New Year
Reuben James | Woods Tea Company | The Passage
Intro: Salt Water Farm | Dave Rowe Trio | Three's a Charm
Salt Water Farm | Dave Rowe Trio | Three's a Charm
This Past Year | The McKrells | This Past Year
Roseville Fair | Schooner Fare | Signs of Home
Lies | Stan Rogers | Northwest Passage
Dance in the Kitchen | Tom Paxton | Comedians and Angels
Dance and Sway | Joe Crookston | Fall Down As the Rain
Old Love | Matt Watroba | The Best is Yet to Be
Ghost of Tom Joad | Pete Seeger and Bruce Springsteen | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
Who By Fire | Leonard Cohen | The Best of Leonard Cohen
Fly Away | Russ Hopkins | Sweet Mystery
Love is the Solution | Will Kimbrough | Will Kimbrough (EP)
Potter’s Field | Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women | Dave Alvin and the Guilty Women
Tell Me True | Red Hen | Crossing
Two Crows | Atwater-Donnelly | The Weaver's Bonny
Lebanese Melody/The Unquiet Grave | Elizabeth Nicholson and Stringed Migration | Fly Not Yet
Where Did Our Love Go | Dyer Switch Band | Family Business
Once More | Rani Arbo and Daisy Mayhem | Cocktail Swing
You're Right, I'm Left, She's Gone | The Quarrymen | Get Back - Together
Guantanamera | Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, Ronnie Gilbert, and Pete Seeger (HARP) | HARP - A Time to Sing
Indian Prayer |Tom Pacheco with Pete Seeger| Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
Dink's Song | Roger McGuinn with Pete Seeger and Josh White Jr. | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
There is Hope | Aoife Clancy | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
Somos El Barco (We Are the Boat) | Holly Near, Arlo Guthrie, Ronnie Gilbert, and Pete Seeger (HARP) | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Bluegrass Show 8-22-09

Set 1
Back in the USA - Jim and Jesse
God Bless America Again - Jim and Jesse
Alabam - JIm and Jesse
Goodbye Girls I'm Going to Boston - Art Stamper
Foggy Mountain Top - Bill Monroe and Doc Watson

Set 2
I Still Miss Someone - Dolly Parton
Ernest T Grass - Sammy Shelor
Scotland - Bill Monroe
Take Me In Your Lifeboat - Flatt and Scruggs
Number 9 - Brad Leftwitch
My Mother's Picture - Brian Jiguere
Rocky Island - Ralph Stanley
Tom Dooley - Rob Ickes
Your Are My Sunshine - Lynwood Lunsford

Set 3
Flint Hill Special - Flatt and Scruggs
10 Miles to Deep Gap - Doc Watson
I Wish I Had a Nickel - Lost Highway
Pretty Polly - Dock Boggs
The Girl at the Bar - Dry Branch Fire Squad
50 50 Chance - Del McCoury
No Title Yet Blues - Alan Munde
The Old Cross Road - Hillman and Pedersen
Where the Wheels Meet the Road - Dave Parmley
Can't You Hear Me Callin' - Bill Monroe

Set 4
Art of Virtue - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie
Bonaparte's Retreat/My Love Is In America - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie
Hills and Hollers - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie
Leather Britches - Adrienne Yound and Little Sadie
Sadie's Song - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie
Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie

Set 5 Whoa Nelly Live in Studio
Plow To the End of the Row
Forget About You
If It Hadn't Been for Love
House That Never Was
Happy Ending - Adrienne Young and Little Sadie

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Invisible Republic 8-19-09

Hosted by Jim Nash

Part II Music of Tom Waits

Set 1
Emotional Weather Report
On A Foggy Night
Clap Hands
Eggs and Sausage
Better Off Without A Wife

Set 2
Ruby's Arms
Gin Soaked Boy
Frank's Wild Years
Nighthawk Postcards (From Easy Street)
I Wish I Was Down In New Orleans (In the 9th Ward)

Set 3
Warm Beer and Cold Women
Putnam County
Rain Dogs
9th And Hennapin
Spare Parts I (A Nocturnal Emmission)

Set 4
On the Nickel
Union Square
Blind Love
Big Joe and Phantom 309
Spare Parts IIand Closing

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 16, 2009

Host: Howard Jack

Eliza Gilkyson, "Easy Rider," Lost and Found
Catie Curtis, "Passing Through," Long Night Moon
David Francey, "Ankle Tattoo," The Waking Hour
Al Stewart, "Silver Kettle," Sparks of Ancient Light
Anna Dagmar, "Shadow of a Doubt," Let the Waves Come in Threes
Stevie Coyle, "Train on the Brain," Ten in One
Todd Snider, "Greencastle Blues," The Excitement Plan
John Scarpulla, "No Reason," Blue Ruin
Amanda Shires, "Rings and Chains," West Cross Timbers
Arlo Guthrie, "If Ever I Should See the Mountain," Tales of '69
Jonathan Edwards, "Red Light, Green Light," Rollin' Along - Live in Holland
Annie & Rod Capps, "Honey, Sugar Baby, Mine," My Blue Garden
Liz Meyer, "My Favorite Time of the Year," The Storm
Josh Brooks, "Song for the Mystery Stranger," White House/Black Sheep
The Pines, "Pray Tell," Tremolo
Red Hen, "The Two Ravens," Crossing
Hank Cramer, "The Gin and Raspberry," Miners Songs - Bygone Times and Places
Atwater - Donnelly, "Morning Song," The Weaver's Bonny
The Wailin' Jennys, "Bold Riley," Live at the Mauck Chunk Opera House
Bergren|Kirk|Shaw, "The Ballad of Blue Mountain Lake," North River/North Woods
Betty Soo, "Lonesome Whistle," Heat Sin Water Skin
Sarah Jarosz, "Come on Up to the House," Song Up in Her Head

Invisible Republic 8-19-09

Hosted By Jim Nash

Part 1 Music of Norman Blake (with Nancy on many)

Set 1
Mr Garfield
The Democratic Donkey (Is In His Stall Again)
Blind Dog
I'd Rather Be An Old Time Christian
Starving to Death On A Government Claim
Everybody Works but Father
Constitution March

Set 2
McKinley's Blues
The Hobo's Last Ride
Whiskey Deaf and Whiskey Blind
Kennedy Rag
Radio Joe
Back Home in Sulpher Springs
The Burial of Wild Bill
We're Living In the Future

Set 3
More Good Women Gone Wrong
The Weathered Old Caboose Behind the Train
I Was Born 4,000 Years Ago
Ginseng Sullivan
The Founding of the Famaous CPR (Canadian Pacific RR)
Uncle Sam
Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar w/ Tony Rice

Set 4
God's Radio Phone
'76 Blues + 2
I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow
Nine Pound Hammer
The Sunny Side of Life
You Are My Sunshine

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Bluegrass Show 8-15-09

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (intro)
Let Me Go - Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
Tis Sweet To Be Remembered - Flatt and Scruggs
Mr Garfield - Norman and Nancy Blake
Midnight Moonlight - Riverview Ramblers
Dear Old Dixie - Jeremy Stephens
You Don't Know My Mind - Acoustic All Stars
Little France - Bill Emerson
Fire Ball Mail - Tom Adams and Mike Cleveland

Set 2
Train on the Island - Stillhouse Rounders
Devlish Mary - Gil Tanner and His Skillet Lickers
The Smokin' Gun - Del McCoury Band
Nine Pound Hammer - Merle Travis and NGDB
Gentle on my Mind - John Hartford
Jesus Will Guide Me - Unknown Artist
Wrong Highway Blues - Northern Lights
Watermelon Wine - Junior Barber

Set 3
Lonesome Pine - Mark Newton
I Hope to Meet You In the Morning - Ralph Stanley
Can't Stand to Throw Anything Away - John Hartford
Leather Britches - Alan Munde
High Lonesome - Longview
Bondville Fair - Moe Harrington
Fern Pickin Time on Stratton Mountain - Moe Harington

Set 4
Blackjack County Chains - Del McCoury
Hard Times - Beacon Hillbillies
Crawdad Song - Doc Watson and Clarance Ashley
Little Mountain Church House - Ricky Skaggs and NGDB
House of the Rising Sun - Doc and Richard Watson

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Grateful Dead Hours: Woodstock Edition

Live from the Woodstock Music and Arts Fair
August 16 1969
(with Tom Constanten interview)
  1. St. Stephen
  2. Mama Tried
  3. Dark Star
  4. High Time
  5. Turn On Your Lovelight
Monterey Pop Festival
June 18 1967
  1. Viola Lee Blues
  2. Cold Rain and Snow

April 17 2009
  1. New Minglewood Blues
  2. Not Fade Away

Invisible Republic 8-12-09

Part 1 Old Timey Music from the 20's and 30's
Hosted by Jim Nash

Set 1
I Went To See My Sweethart - Lewis McDaniel and Walter Smith
I Am Bound FOr the Promised Land - Alfred Karnes
I Am Going Home - Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1
Railroad Blues - Sam McGee
Greenback Dollar - Weems String Band
Worried Blues - Frank Hutchinson
Garlfield March - Kessinger Brothers
Banjorena - Dixieland Jug Blowers
Home Brew Rag - Tweedy Brothers
Lonesome Weary Blues - Roy Harvey and Leonard Copeland
Arkansas Traveler - Eck Robertson recorded 6-30-22
Remember the Poor Tramp Has to Live - Ernest Stoneman
The Grape Vine Twist - Steve and His Hot Shots
Little Rabbit and Rabbit Where's Your Mammy - Cockett's Kentucky Mountaineers

Set 2
Tell It To Me - Grant Brothers and Their Music
Cocaine - Dick Justice
Good Liquor Gonna Carry Me Down - Big Bill Broozny
Frankie - Dykes Magic City Trio
Dallas Bound - Oscar and Doc Harper
Texas Farewell - Fiddlin Jim Pate
Revenue Man Blues - Charlie Patton
Maggie Campbell Blues - Tommy Johnson
The Coldest Stuff in Town - Whistling Bob Howe and Frankie Griggs
Ragtime Annie - Clark Kessinger

Set 3
Called to a Foreign Land - Alfred Karnes
We Shall Be Reunited - Alfred Karnes
Where We'll Never Grow Old - Alfred Karnes
If the River Was Whiskey - Charlie Poole
Ragged But Right - Riley Puckett and Ted Hawkins
Little Sadie - Clarance Ashley
Way Down the Old Plank Road - Uncle Dave Macon
I've Always Been a Rambler - Grayson and Whitter
Starving to Death on a Government Claim - Edward L Crain

Sunday, August 9, 2009

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 9, 2009

Host: Terry Hayden

This Little Light of Mine | Dyer Switch Band | American Airwaves
Young Timothy | Cavanaugh and Kavanaugh | Returning
La Valse Joyeuse | Donna H├ębert | In Full Bloom
How Can I Keep From Singing | Bill Staines | Journey Home
Enola Gay | Utah Phillips | The Telling Takes Me Home
I Come and Stand at Every Door | Anne Hills | Where Have All the Flowers Gone: The Songs of Pete Seeger, vol. 1
1000 Candles, 1000 Cranes | Small Potatoes | Waltz of the Wildflowers
Oh Sacred World | Pete Seeger | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
Pete Gets the Last Word | Pete Seeger | Sowing the Seeds - The 10th Anniversary
Alice | Peggy Eyres and Dan Berggren | Cloudsplitter
Tannery Pond Reel | Dan Berggren, John Kirk, and Christopher Shaw | North River, North Woods
Boys in the Choir | Tom Chapin | Let the Bad Times Roll
A Place in the Choir | Dave Fry | I Like Peanut Butter
You Gotta Sing | Sarah Lee Guthrie | Sarah Lee Guthrie
Worried Man Blues | Woody Guthrie Birthday Bash | Oasis Acoustic: Volume IX, #10
The Garden is Growing | Ron Short and Roadside Theater | King Easy Radio Sampler: Volume 5
Pond Tune | We Ski Cousins | Oasis Acoustic, Volume VIII, #2
St. Thomas | Bok, Muir, and Trickett | The First Fifteen Years, Volume II
Wild Rose of the Mountain | Mara Levine | Mara's Gems
I've Got No Honey Baby Now | Big Medicine | Oasis Acoustic: Volume IX, #11
How Long | Uncle Earl | She Waits for the Night
Old Greasy Coat | Red Hen | Crossing
The Old Man of the Mountain | Big Band Voodoo Daddy | How Big Can You Get?: The Music of Cab Calloway
Jump, Jive and Wail | Jump Daddies | Jump Daddies
The Wind Won’t Know Me There | Kim and Reggie Harris and Magpie | Guide My Feet
Riding Free | Joanne Shenandoah and Michael Bucher | Oasis Acoustic, Volume IX, #6
Lakota Commitment Song | Bill Center | Oglala Lakota
Amazing Grace | Bill Center | Oglala Lakota
The Water is Wide | Tom Chapin | Let the Bad Times Roll

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Bluegrass Show 8-8-09 Jim Nash

Set 1
New Camptown Races - Frank Wakefield (Intro)
Summerville Blues - Moe Harrington
You Tried To Ruin My Name - Wilma Lee Cooper
This Evening Light - The Blue Sky Boys
Wild Horses - Old and In the Way
Maggie's Farm - Mike Seeger
Waiting For the Robert E. Lee - Will Keys
The Room At the Top of the Stairs - Mike Seeger and John Hartford
Washington County - Cody Kilby

Set 2
Footprints In the Snow - Bill Monroe 9-10-64
Sparkling Brown Eyes -Joe Val
Long Gone - Ralph Stanley
The Rest Is Up To You - John Hartford 1-17-98
Wandering Blues - Open Road
Barroom Girl - Moe Harrington
On and On - Vasser Clements
Family Business -Dyer Switch
Boatman Stomp - Chris Warner

Set 3
The Land That I Call Home - Moe Harrington
Jackaroo - Garcia and Grisman
Angel Band - Old and In the Way (Jerry Garcia Voc)

Mike Seeger 1933-2009
Tennessee Dog - Mike Seeger
Breaking Up Ice on the Allegheny - Mike Seeger
Ground Hog - Mike Seeger
Coo Coo Bird - Mike Seeger
Roustabout - Mike Seeger

Set 4
Devil and the Farmer's Wife - John Kirk and Trish Miller
Trouble In Mind - Tony Furtado
Rowan County Crew - Dock Boggs
Blue Eyed Jane - Doc Watson
Little Rabbit Where's Your Mammy - Mike Seeger
Did You Ever See the Devil Uncle Joe - Mike Seeger
Old Man - Mike Seeger
Fair Ellander - Garcia and Grisman

Set 5
Wreck of the Tennessee Gravy Train - Mike Seeger
Shakin In the Pines in the Holler - Mike Seeger
Dog and Gun - Mike Seeger
Jim Crack Corn - Mike Seeger
Windy Mountain - Mike Seeger w/ Hartford and Grisman
When I'm Sixty Four - Mike Seeger w/ Hartford and Grisman

Set 6
Jerry's Breakdown - Old and In the Way
Sugar Baby - Garcia and Grisman
Shady Grave - Garcia And Grisman
Tucker's Barn - Mike Seeger
Wind and Rain - Mike Seeger
Ripple - Jerry Garcia
Rolling and Tumbling Blues - Mike Seeger

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Upcoming on the Summer of Woodstock

Hey Folks,
I just wanted to let you all know about some exciting things in the next few weeks. We'll be having interviews with Sam Andrew from Big Brother and the Holding Company, Tom Constanten of the Grateful Dead, Country Joe MacDonald, and Woodstock producers Artie Kornfeld and Michael Lange. We'll also be hearing from a few folks that were at Woodstock 40 years ago.

On a sad note, Marty Dion, a friend and neighbor of mine who was on the air with Jim Barrett on "Kaleidoscope" passed away this past weekend. He was going to come down to WRPI to either guest host one of the shows or just share his Woodstock experience as he was there as press with WRPI for the week before the festival and the festival itself. I will be airing the 45-minute interview with him and Jim that I did for WRPI's 50th anniversary in 2007 on one of the upcoming shows.

IF YOU WERE AT WOODSTOCK, please contact me at or leave a message for me at WRPI 276-6248. I want to hear from you about your experiences at Woodstock!


Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Invisible Republic 8-5-09

Part II

Songs of the Vietnam War

Set 1
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy - Pete Seeger
Tchepone - In Country
X-Mas in February - Lou Reed
Played Around Vietnam Too Long - In Country
Green Beret and Friendly FAC - In Country
Feel Like I'm Fixin' To Die Rag - Country Joe and the Fish
Vietnam - Jimmy Cliff

Set 2
I Don't Want to Go to Vietnam - John Lee Hooker
Grunt - In Country
Drive On - Johnny Cash
Talking Vietnam Pot Luck Blues - Tom Paxton
Talking Vietnam - Phil Ochs
Treetop Flyer - Stephen Stills
Purple Heart - Red Allen
First Cav - In Country

Set 3
It's For God and Country and You Mother - Ernest Tubb
Still In Saigon - Charlie Daniels Band
The War Drags On - Donovan
50,000 Names - George Jones
Draft Dodger Rag - Phil Ochs
Lyndon Johnson Told the Nation - Tom Paxton
Vietnam Blues - David Dudley
Sam Stone - Evan Dando

Set 4
Handsome Johnny - Richie Havens
Traveling Soldiers - Dokata Bates vocals Bob Bates and Tom Benson Guitar (recorded on the Bluegrass Show many years ago)
I've Been Everywhere In Vietnam - In Country
Vietnam (Fist Full of Dollars) - Bruce Springsteen
I Wonder if They Ever Think Of Me - Merle Haggard
Girls in Saigon City - Tom T Hall
There's A Wall in Washington - Iris DeMent
Six Clicks - In Country

Set 5
Singin' In Vietnam Talkin' Blues - Johnny Cash
My Uncle - Corey Hough (live on Bluegrass Show 2007)
The Minutemen - Stonewall Jackson
Decorated Vietnam Vet - Pat Scanlon
Your Flag Decal Won't Get You In Heaven Anymore - John Prine
Sittin In the Cab of My Truck - In Country
Ohio - Neil Young 12-14-89
Bring "Em Home - Pete Seeger Live
King of the Trail - In Country

Set 6
I Ain't Marchin' Anymore -Phil Ochs
Boonie Rat Song - In Country
Hello Vietnam - Johnny Wright
Masters of War - Bob Dylan Live
DaNang Lullaby - In Country
Jolly Green - In Country
Cops of the World - Phil Ochs
Veteran's Day - Johnny Cash
Fighter Pilot's Christmas - In Country

Set 7
Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream - Johnny Cash Live
Ballad of the Green Berets - SSgt Barry Sadler
The Willing Conscript - Tom Paxton
The Universal Soldier - Donovan
The War in Vietnam - Five Blind Boys of Alabama
Here I Sit - In Country
Pull the Boom from the Gas Hole - In Country
Fire Fight - In Country
Dear Uncle Sam - Loretta Lynn
Copperhead Road - Steve Earle
Green T-Shirt Blues - In Country

Set 8
Cobra Seven - In Country
Chu Yen - In Country
Ballad of the Fort Hood Three
Are The Good Times Really Over - Merle Haggard
A Letter From Vietnam - Hank Snow
Big Time In the Jungle - Old Crow Medicine Show
Born in the USA (Acoustic Version) - Bruce Springsteen
Born on the Fourth of July - Tom Paxton

Invisible Republic 8-5-09

Hosted By Jim Nash

Part I

Set 1
There Are Mean Things Happening In this Land - John Hancox
Farmer's Letter to the President - Bob Ferguson and Bobby Miller
5 Cent Cotton and 40 Cent Meat - Bobby Miller
Bank Failures - Bob Ferguson
Rich Man Poor Man - Bobby Miller
Abraham Lincoln Parts I and II - Earl Robinson
Little Theater on the Right - Harrison Dowd
Little Theater on the Left - Harrison Dowd
Battle of New Orleans - Jimmy Driftwood

Set 2
Southern Exposure - Josh White
Uncle Sam Says - Josh White
Defence Factory Blues - Josh White
Ruben James - Woody Guthrie
C is for Conscription - Almanac Singers
Gold Star In Her Window - Wilf Carter
Little Liza Jane - Almanac Singers
They Locked God Outside the Iron Curtain - Little Jimmy Dickens
The Red Deck of Cards - Tex Ritter
Talking UnAmerican Blues - Betty Sanders

Set 3
The Elephant and the Ass - Moory Goodson and Sonny Vale
There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere - Osborne Brothers
Black Brown and White Blues - Pete Seeger
I'm No Communist - Carson Robison
The One on the Right - Johnny Cash
The Peekskill Story Parts 1 and 2 - Weavers et al
Predictions for 100 Years from Now - Carson Robison
This Land is Your Land - Woody Guthrie alt version)

Set 4
Alice - Before Time Began - Arlo Guthrie

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 2, 2009

Host: Sonny Ochs

Artist/ Song/ CD or LP

Euphonia/ I Crept Into the Crypt & Cried/ The Old Jawbone
Bruce Davies/ No Man's Land/ Songs We Used To Sing
Annie & the Hedonists/ The Mill/ Side of the Road
Tom Intondi/ Blind Man-Black Swan/ Bringin' Up the Sun
Terri Allard/ La La Rosie Goes/ Loose Change & Spare Parts
Lila Downs/ El Quinto Regimiento/ Spain In My Heart
Chuch Brodsky/ Old Songs Handed Down/ Two Sets
Ellis/ Freedom/ Tigers Above Tigers Below
Tom Kimmel/ One World/ Never Saw Blue
Annie & Rod Capps/ Crocodile Man/ My Blue Garden
John Forster/ Type A/ Helium
Betty & the Baby Boomers/ The Highwayman/ Just the Motion
The Pines/ Pray Tell/ Tremelo
Fred Small/ Cranes Over Hiroshima/ No Limit

Tribute to my Canadian friends

Paul Mills/ Last Steam Engine Train/ The Other Side of the Glass
Nancy White/ Stickers On Fruit/ Stickers On Fruit
James Keelaghan/ Harvest Train/ A Few Simple Verses
The Wailin' Jennys/ Deeper Well/ Live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House
Stan Rogers/ Barrett's Privateers/ Between the Breaks ....Live
Harry Manx/ Your Sweet Name/ Mantras for Madmen
The Cub Lund Band/ No Roads Here/ Made In Alberta
The McDades/ McKinley Morganfield's/ " "
Maria Dunn/ The Elder Sister/ The Peddler
Zach Stevenson/ Goodbye (Old Rusty Slide) / While I'm Here
Night Sun/ A Canadian Song/ Canoesongs Vol. II
Tanglefoot/ C'est l'avironl-v'la l'bon vent/ Canoesongs Vol II
Penny Lang/ Gather Honey/ Gather Honey
Grit Laskin/ Resister/ Earthly Concerns
Ian & Sylvia/ Four Strong Winds/ Greatest Hits
Garnet Rogers/ Under the Summer Moonlight/ All That Is
Evalyn Parry/ Waar Dream/ Small Theatres
John Wort Hannam/ Infantryman/ Two Bit Suit
Enoch Kent/ Itches In Me Britches/ One More Round
Jory Nash/ The Summer Hunter/ Folk Jazz Blues & Soul

The Foremen/ I Been Singin' / The Best of The Foremen
The Kingston Trio/ Coplas/ The Kingston Trio
The Limeliters/ Until We Get It Right/ Until We Get It Right
Tom Chapin/ Upstate New York Waltz/ Let the Bad Times Roll
Tom Lehrer/ We Will All Go Together When We Go/ Songs & More Songs by Tom Lehrer
Eric Andersen/ My Land Is a Good Land/ Best of Eric Andersen
Terry Kelly/ Safe Home/ The Power of the Dream