Sunday, October 16, 2011

Mostly Folk Playlist, October 16, 2011

Host: Howard Jack

The Gibson Brothers, "The Barn Song," Red Letter Day
Holly Near, "To Raise the Morning Star," and shall we sing
Christine Lavin, "The Most Polite City in the World," Happy Dance of the Xenophobe
Red Hen, "November Wind," Crossing
Pieta Brown, "Night All Day," Mercury
Red Molly, "Your Long Journey," Light in the Sky
Mark Grobner and Ken Kolodner, "For Ireland I'd Not Tell Her Name," Sun Rise
Angel Band, "Hard Work on Miracle Mountain," Shoot the Moon
Neil Getz, "Nelly Bly," Factory Second
Ray Bonneville, "Bad Man's Blood," Bad Man's Blood
Paul Geremia, "Death Don't Have No Mercy," Love My Stuff
McCamy's Melody Sheiks, "The Mineola Rag," There's More Pretty Girls Than One
The Barefoot Movement, "Tobacco Road," Footloose
Mary Flower, "Hard Day Blues." Misery Loves Company
Bill Morrissey, "When Summer's Ended," You'll Never Get to Heaven
Bill Morrissey & Greg Brown, "Fishing with Bill," Friend of Mine
Bert Jansch, "The Needle of Death," Sketches
Debby McClatchy, "It's My Lazy Day," 'til the Good Times Come
Bryan Bowers, "Seal's Meal/Trincomali Hornpipe," For You
Steve Gillette/Cindy Mangsen, "Sunrise," A Sense of Place
Rory Block, "Kokemo Blues," Shake 'em on Down - a Tribute to Mississippi Fred McDowell
John Hammond, "My Mind Is Ramblin'," Rough & Tough
Doug MacLeod, "One Eyed Owl," Brand New Eyes
The John Shain Trio, "Blue Days, Black Nights," The Kress Sessions