Sunday, August 28, 2011

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 28, 2011

Host: Terry Hayden

After the Storm | Stephanie Bettman and Luke Halpin | It All Comes Back to Love
One Woman and a Shovel | Carrie Newcomer | The Geography of Light
Kale Store | Greg Klyma | pianomandonation
Zucchini Song | Zucchini Brothers | In Your Garden
All the Little Children | Oliver Schroer and the Stewed Tomatoes | Freedom Row
Oak, Ash, and Thorn | John Roberts and Tony Barrand | Dark Ships in the Forest
Matty Groves | Mike Agranoff | The Modern Folk Musician
Lord Bateman | Broadside Electric | More Bad News
Pastures of Plenty | Broadside Electric | More Bad News
So It Goes | Tim Grimm | Farm Songs
Tiny Fish for Japan | Stan Rogers | The Very Best of Stan Rogers
Gulf Coast Highway | Red Molly | James
From Where I Stand | Harvey Reid | Blues and Branches
Isle of May | Magpie | Living Planet
Stonewalls and Fences | Neptune's Car | Strawberry Moon
It’s a Pleasure to Know You | Sally Rogers and Howie Bursen | When Howie Met Sally
The Nazarene | Joe Crookston | Darkling and the BlueBird Jubilee
Everything Here is Good | Joe Crookston | Darkling and the BlueBird Jubilee
Dance in the Kitchen | Tom Paxton | Live for the Record
Spin and Turn | Tom Paxton | Live for the Record
Everything Possible | Fred Small | Everything Possible
The Tempest | Sarah McQuaid | When Two Lovers Meet
Africa | Moira Smiley and Voco | Circle Square Diamond and Flag
Bridge Over Troubled Waters | Soweto Gospel Choir | Grace
Good Night Irene | The Weavers | Best of the Vanguard Years

Sunday, August 21, 2011

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 21, 2011

Host: Howard Jack

Nancy Walker, "Corrina, Corrina," Layers of Rust and Time
 Janis Ian, "Days Like These," God & the FBI
Levon Helm, "Wide River to Cross," Dirt Farmer
Jimmy LaFave, "Buffalo Return to the Prairie," Favorites 1992-2001
Ron Paul Morin, "Midnight Freight," Voices from the Alley
Jack Hardy, "Ponderosa," Bandolier
Brother Sun, "Well, Well, Well," Brother Sun
Doug Adamz, "Raven Serenade," Guitar Solos
Joe Ely, "Not That Much Has Changed," Satisfied at Last
Jonathan Edwards, "Tomorrow's Gonna Come," My Love Will Keep
Abbie Gardner, "Walkin' Cane," Hope
The Lost Pines, "Only a Flower," Sweet Honey
The Freight Hoppers, "Taxes on the Farmer Feed Them All," Mile Marker
Rick Fielding, "The Cuckoo," Acoustic Workshop
Slaid Cleaves, "Key Chain," Sorrow & Smoke - Live at the Horseshoe Lounge
Mark Erelli, "August," Little Vigils
Harvey Reid, "Summertime," Solo Guitar Sketchbook
Vanessa Lively, "Men in White Hats," Uncovering Stones
Chumbawamba, "Laughter in a Time of War," A Singsong and a Scrap
Finest Kind, "Riley Boys," For Honour and for Gain
Pat Donahue, "Come Back, Baby," Nobody's Fault
Mulebone, "In My Time of Dying," Bluesville Sessions

Sunday, August 7, 2011

Mostly Folk Playlist, August 7, 2011


Host: Terry Hayden


All My Life’s A Circle | McBride, Lussen & Wooden | Full Circle
The Living and the Dying | McBride, Lussen & Wooden | Full Circle
All the Hard Days Are Gone | The Woods Tea Co. | The Passage
Portland Town | Schooner Fare | The First Ten Years
Cape St. Mary’s | Schooner Fare | The First Ten Years
Lock-Keeper | Stan Rogers | The Very Best of Stan Rogers
Forty-Five Years | Stan Rogers | The Very Best of Stan Rogers
Music to Me | Bill Staines | Tracks and Trails
River | Bill Staines | Going to the West
Shenandoah | John Kirk and Trish Miller | Quicksteppin’
Susquehanna | John Kirk and Trish Miller | Fly Around
Morning Song | Atwater Donnelly | Weaver’s Bonny
The Devil’s Nine Questions | Atwater Donnelly | Weaver’s Bonny
Sabael | Jamcrackers | Jamcrackers
Crossing the Bar | Jamcrackers | Jamcrackers
Watches the Clouds Roll By | Kr├╝ger Brothers | Between the Notes
The Kid | All She Wrote | Triple Play
Mud (Hippopatomus Song) Serendipity Singers | Serendipity/The Many Sides of
Blow Ye Winds | Phil Teumim | All Over the Map
Sail Away Ladies | Betty and the Baby Boomers | Where the Heron Waits
My Dirty Stream| Betty and the Baby Boomers | Where the Heron Waits
Michael Row the Boat Ashore | The Weavers | Best of the Vanguard Years