Sunday, February 7, 2010

2/7/10 Playlist

1. The Resophonics: Joy Comes Back (Diamonds in The Ground), self
2. Sara Watkins: Where Will You Be (Sara Watkins), Nonesuch
3. Jim Post: Beautiful City (Reach Out Together), self
4. Amy Speace: Dog Days (The Killer in Me), Wildflower

5. Dave Rawlings Machine: How's about You (A Friend of A Friend), Acony
6. Laura Love / Orville Johnson: Cotton Eyed Joe (The Sweeter The Juice), Octoroon Biography
7. The Loose Acoustic Trio: One Man Band (Sorrow Be Gone), Big Book
8. Shannon Lambert-Ryan: The Wind That Shakes the Barley (Across the Pond), self

Upcoming concerts:
9. John McCutcheon (Sounding Board 2/13): Sydney / Joe Hill (Untold), Appalseed
10. Hot Soup w/Ann Mayo Muir: Two Fine Friends (Soup Happens), SOUPer Music
11. Hot Soup (U'n'I Coffeehouse 2/13): Dead Egyptian Blues (Hot Soup on Stage), SOUPer Music
12. Greg Brown (Infinity Hall 2/12): Verona Road (Dream City), Red House

13. Heather Maloney (Buttonwood Tree 2/12): Let It Ache (Cosy Razor's Edge), self
14. James Keelaghan (Music for A Change 2/12): Medusa (House of Cards), Borealis
15. The Sweetback Sisters (Iron Horse 2/11): It Don't Show on Me (Chicken Ain't Chicken), Signature Sounds
16. The Ebony Hillbillies (Mark Twain Theater 2/18): Cluck Old Hen (I Thought You Knew), self

17. Karan Casey & John Doyle (Iron Horse 2/10): Sailing Off to The Yankee Land (Exiles Return), Compass
18. Mark Erelli (Stone Soup 2/13): Hope Dies Last (Delivered), Signature Sounds
19. Gerard Edery Sephardic Ensemble (Branford Folk 2/13): Entre las Huertas (Sampler), private
20. Archie Fisher (Blackstone River Theater 2/13): Ride through The Rainbow (Windward Away), Red House
21. The Electric Trains (Willi Coop 2/13): Texas 1947 (Demo), self

I read Susan Campbell's "A Day of Triage for The Uninsured" [,0,5232761.column], then played, from "Care for All,",
22. The Devil Makes Three: Never Learn
23. Si Kahn: Care for All
24. Anais Mitchell/Maddub w/Bernie Sanders: Suffering of The People

The Dreaded Folk Calendar over selections from Ed Gerhard's "Counting The Ways," Virtue Records (Ed's at Roaring Brook 2/13)

Here in CT there was a huge explosion at a power plant which was about 92% completed -- the only parallel I could think of quickly was with explosions in mines:
25. Molly Slemp: West Virginia Mine Disaster (Music of Coal), Lonesome Records & Publishing
26. Charlie Maggard: Explosion at Derby Mine (Music of Coal)

There's a lovely column by Jenna Woginrich in Paste magazine called "Night Rounds," about the soundtrack to her farming. I read it between two Tim Grimm songs from "Farm Songs," Vault Records
27. She Remembers
28. Autumn Garden

30. Meg Hutchinson: Hard to Change (The Living Side), Red House
31. Bela Fleck et al (Jorgensen 2/23): Kinetsa (Throw Down Your Heart), Rounder
32. Euphonia: Let the Bullgine Run (The Old Jawbone), self
33. Eliza Gilkyson et al: Peace Call (Land of Milk and Honey), Red House

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