Monday, July 30, 2012

Mostly Folk Playlist, July 29, 2012

Host: Howard Jack

Jeremy Wallace, "Stephanie's Kitchen," She Used to Call Me Honey
Aztec Two-Step, "Tonight I Wish I Was in Texas," Days of Horses
Chris Shaw, "Border Town," Been to Town...and Back Again
Bryan Bowers, "Black Jack Davy," The View from Home
Putnam String County Band, "Black Jack Davey," Home Grown
Dave Alvin, "Blackjack David," Blackjack David
Larry Kaplan, "Song for the Bowdoin," Worth All the Telling
Archie Fisher, "Final Trawl," Windward Away
Mark Knopfler, "So Far from the Clyde," Get Lucky
Hart Rouge, "Marie Caissie," Nouvelle France
Dennis Stroughmatt, "Les Prisons de Nantes," Cadet Rouselle - French Creole Fiddle Tunes & Ballads from Old Upper Louisiana, Vol. II
Balfa Toujours, "Bayou Teche Special," La Pointe
Eddie Le Jeune & the Morse Playboys, "Madelaine," It's in the Blood
The Pine Leaf Boys, "Musicien avec un Couer Casse," Blues de Musicien
Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys, "Ardoin Medley," Dominos
The Red Stick Ramblers, "Tes Parents Ne Veuleut Plus Me Voir," Made in the Shade
Si Kahn, "Playing the Old Songs," Courage
Hazel Dickens|Carol Elizabeth Jones|Ginny Hawker, "Old Memories Mean Nothing to Me," Heart of a Singer
Michael Cooney, "Weeping Willow (Corrina)," Singer of Old Songs/Still Cooney after All These Years
The Winterlings, "Bird in the Corn," The Animal Groom
Jack Williams, "Where the Crosswind Blows," Eternity & Main

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Mostly Folk Playlist, July 22, 2012


First segment, hosted by Mario
Bruce Cockburn - The Trouble With Normal / The Trouble With Normal
Buffy Sainte-Marie - No No Keshagesh / Running for the Drum
Buffy Sainte-Marie - Working for the Government / Running for the Drum
Holly Near - I Ain't Afraid / And Still We Sing
John Trudell - Famine in the Plenty / Madness and Moremes
John Trudell - Cry Your Tears / Madness and Moremes
John Trudell - A Face on God / Madness and Moremes

Second segment, hosted by Sean McLaughlin
King Sunny Ade - Ja Fun Mi Dub / Synchro Series
Conor Oberst - Big Black Nothing
Conor Oberst - Cabbage Town
Blue Highway - He Walked All The Way Home (Live at Wenatchee River Bluegrass Festival, 2010)
Brian Patenaude Quartet - Change / Distance
Dan Berggren - Sittin' In Your Kitchen (Live at Lake Placid Center for the Arts) / And Now Please Welcome...
Dan Berggren - Born to Fry (Live at Caffè Lena, Saratoga) / And Now Please Welcome...
Jim Gaudet & The Railroad Boys - Don't Get On That Train / No Questions Asked
Atlantic Crossing - Festival du Voyageur / Turning the Compass
Tom Akstens & Neil Rossi - Drink Up and Go Home / All Around the Mountain
Cathie Ryan - In My Tribe / Cathie Ryan [playing at Great American Irish Fest]
John Kirk & Friends - Saratoga Hornpipe / Fiddle Tunes of the North Country
Paul Rishell & Annie Raines - Black Horse Blues / Goin' Home

Sunday, July 15, 2012

Mostly Folk Playlist, July 15, 2012

Host: Terry Hayden

People who will be performing in the area (about 6:00-6:30)
Hello Stranger | Tom Akstens and Neil Rossi | All Around the Mountain (Adirondack Folklife School, July 26-27)
Long Journey | Dry Branch Fire Squad | Long Journey (Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival July 19-22)
Are You Tired of Me My Darling | Fairview Avenue | Fairview Avenue (Schoharie River Day Saturday, July 21)
Any Way I Do | Tracy Grammer | Flower of Avalon (Falcon Ridge Folk Festival July 27-29)
Tá Sé 'na Lá | Cathie Ryan | Somewhere Along the Road (Great American Irish Festival July 27-29)
Quiet Early Morning | Holly Near | Early Warnings (Caffe Lena Wednesday, July 25; Falcon Ridge Folk Festival July 27-29)

Woody Guthrie (about 6:30-6:40)
Jesus Christ | Woody Guthrie | My Dusty Road
I'm Gonna Join the One Big Union (You Gotta Go Down and Join the Union) | Woody Guthrie | My Dusty Road

Songs about communal singing and dancing (about 6:40-6:55)
Music Made By Hand | Tom Chapin | Join the Jubilee
Boys in the Choir | Tom Chapin | Let the Bad Times Roll
Alice | Peggy Eyres and Dan Berggren | Cloudsplitter
Tannery Pond Reel | Dan Berggren, John Kirk, and Christopher Shaw | North River, North Woods
Old Town Hall | David Stone | Colours of Cape Breton

Songs to sing along with (about 6:55-8:00)
Twelve Gates to the City | HARP | A Time to Sing, Disc 2
Jacob’s Ladder | HARP | A Time to Sing, Disc 1
We Shall Overcome | The Freedom Singers | Folk
Woke Up This Morning | Kim and Reggie Harris and Magpie | Guide My Feet
Give Light | Kim and Reggie Harris and Magpie | Guide My Feet
Waters of Babylon | McBride, Lussen, and Wooden | Full Circle
Don’t Let the Rain Come Down | Serendipity Singers | Serendipity / The Many Sides of the Serendipity Singers
Beans in My Ears | The Serendipity Singers | Serendipity/The Many Sides Of
The Mary Ellen Carter | Schooner Fare | Alive
M.T.A. | Kingston Trio | Capitol Collectors Series
Robin Hood | Woods Tea Company | Standing Room Only
Everyday | Buddy Holly | Greatest Hits
Yellow Submarine | The Beatles | Yellow Submarine
Michael Row the Boat Ashore | The Weavers | The Weavers: Best of the Vanguard Years
Goodnight Irene | The Weavers | The Weavers: Best of the Vanguard Years

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Mostly Folk Playlist, July 1, 2012

Host: Howard Jack

The Burns Sisters, "Dance upon This Earth," In This World
Sean Rowe, "Alone," 27
Hank & Shaidri Alrich, "Davis Brown," Carry Me Home
Bethel Steele, "The Farm," Of Love & Whiskey
Anna Dagmar, "We Were Children," Satellite
The Honey Dewdrops, "Hills of My Home," Silver Lining
Lisa Haley & the Zydekats, "Joy Ride," Joy Ride
Conor Mulroy, "Taylor's Bridge," FoxFire
Catfish Keith, "Lost Lover Blues," Put on a Buzz
Dennis Stroughmatt, "La Belle Francois," La Belle Blondine - French Creole Fiddle Tunes & Ballads from Old Upper Louisiana - Vol. III
Eilen Jewell, "Over Again," Queen of the Minor Key
Scott Chism & Better Half, "Hobo Blues," Long Haul Steady
Bucky Halker & Andy Dee, "Woody Guthrie's Union," The Ghost of Woody Guthrie
Dirk Powell|Tim O'Brien|John Herrmann, "The Drunkard's Hiccup (Jack of Diamonds)," Songs from the Mountain
Jerry Garcia|David Grisman, "Shady Grove," Shady Grove
Laurie Lewis & Grant Street, "The Rope," Singin' My Troubles Away
Tony Rice, "Shadows," Native American
Dirt Road Sweethearts, "Hobo's Lullaby," I Heard the Bluebirds Sing
Harpeth Rising, "Coyote," Dead Man's Hand
The Once, "Cradle Hill," Row upon Row of the People They Know
Charlie Patton, "34 Blues," Founder of the Delta Blues
Mississippi John Hurt, "Sliding Delta," Worried Blues 1963
Mississippi John Hurt, "Lazy Blues," Worried Blues 1963
John Cephas & Phil Wiggins, "Goin' to the River," Bluesmen
Chris Smither, "John Hardy," Leave the Light On