Sunday, January 20, 2008

1/20/08 Playlist

1. Fergus McCormick: Song for New Orleans (I Don't Need You Now), self
2. Kym Tuvim: Flood (Nothing Sweet Nothing), Retrofit 001
3. Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez: Today I Started Loving You Again (Live from the Ruhr Triennale), Train Wreck 0027
4. Robert Plant & Alison Krauss: Trampled Rose (Raising Sand), Rounder 9075

5. Ruth Ungar: Four Blue Walls (Jukebox), Humble Abode 002
6. Paul Zunno: All Along the Watchtower (Solo Acoustic), self
7. Uncle Earl: Streak o'Lean, Streak o'Fat (Waterloo, Tennessee), Rounder 0577
8. Adam Sweeney: Doomsday Sunday Sermon (Technicolor Halo), self

9. Nerissa & Katryna Nields: Leave That Trouble Alone (Sister Holler), Mercy House
10. Joel Mabus: Duct Tape Blues (Retold), Fossil 1808
11. Holly Tannen: La Femme du Berger (Crazy Laughter), self
12. Eric Taylor: Hollywood Pocketknife (Hollywood Pocketknife), Blue Ruby 003

For Dr. King:
13. Grace Griffith: Beautiful Fool (Grace), Blix Street G2 10028
14. Jackson Browne: When the Stone Begins to Turn (World in Motion), Elektra 60830
15. Sweet Honey in The Rock: Letter to Dr. Martin Luther King (Live at Carnegie Hall), Flying Fish 70106
16. James Taylor: Shed A Little Light (Live), Columbia C2K 47056
17. Kim & Reggie Harris: Too Many Martyrs (Freedom Is A Constant Struggle), Folk Era 1419

18. Jason Spooner: All That We Know (The Flame You Follow), self
19. Patty Larkin: Hallelujah (Watch the Sky), Vanguard 79851
20. Rob Lutes: Throw Me from This Train (Ride the Shadows), self
21. Mavis Staples: My Own Eyes (We'll Never Turn Back), Anti- promo
22. Storyhill: Paradise Lost (Storyhill), Red House197
23. Joni Mitchell: Big Yellow Taxi 2007 (Shine), HEARmusic 30457

Dreaded Folk Calendar over selections from Jason Barie's "The Past Is Present," Pinecastle 6512

Ah yes, it's an election year. In case you hadn't noticed.
24. John McCutcheon: Surprise, Surprise, Surprise (Signs of The Times), Flying Fish
25. Eileen McGann: Too Stupid for Democracy (Journeys), Dragonwing 113
26. Keb' Mo': Wake Up Everybody (Peace...Back by Popular Demand), Okeh/Epic 92687
27. Steve Earle: Rich Man's War (The Revolution Starts ... Now), Artemis / E-Squared
28. Will Kimbrough: Wind Blowing Change (Americanitis), Daphne 0607
29. Solas with Iris DeMent: Song of Choice (The Words That Remain), Shanachie 78023

30. The Byrds: I Wanna Grow Up to Be A Politician (There Is A Season), Legacy/Columbia promo
31. The Mammals: Wartime Blues (Bootleg Sixpack), Humble Abode 009 32. Chuck Brodsky: Dangerous Times (Color Came One Day), Waterbug 030
(here I talked a little about the piece on HuffingtonPost about the Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act, passed by The House of Reps on Oct 24 )
33. Eliza Gilkyson et al: Peace Call (Land of Milk and Honey), Red House 174

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