Folk

Pastures of Plenty playlist for 11/17/2010

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Pastures of Plenty
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11/17/2010

Our first show with a theme: songs and tunes around the coming of winter. No, Jesse was not talking to his imaginary friend. He turned on the wrong mic for Margaret. Thanks to the alert listener who let us know :)

Lark In The Morning playlist for 11/19/2010

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Lark In The Morning
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11/19/2010

Yesterday I read a news item that really struck me.  It reminded me that, despite the happy talk from our government, we really are in hard times that rival the so-called Great Depression of the 30's.  The news item was about how a farm in Ireland was being auctioned, and how the local community banded together to prevent the farm sale: they showed up at the auction, and refused to bid.  This is something that used to happen in this country in the 30's, and probably hasn't happened since.  Here's the link to the story:

Time To Reclaim The Land That Is Rightfully Ours

Anodyne playlist for 11/15/2010

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
11/15/2010

HOUR ONE:
Babybird – Too Handsome To Be Homeless – Ugly Beautiful (Echo, 1996)
Pizzicato Five – Trailer Music – Happy End Of The World (Matador, 1997)

Blood Red Shoes – Don’t Ask – Fire Like This (V2, 2010)
Hoodoo Gurus – Crackin’ Up – Purity Of Essence (Sony, 2010)
The Teenagers – Sunset Beach – Reality Check (XL, 2008)

John Stewart – Midnight Wind – Bombs Away Dream Babies (RSO, 1979) **REQUEST
Amon Tobin – Slowly – Supermodified (Ninja Tune, 2000)
Frankie Rose & The Outs – Hollow Life – Frankie Rose & The Outs (Slumberland, 2010)
Tracey Thorn – Femme Fatale – A Distant Shore (Cherry Red, 1982)

Elliott Smith – Between The Bars – Either/Or (Kill Rock Stars, 1997) **REQUEST

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 11/16/2010

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Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Kush
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11/16/2010

Early Morning Gumbo playlist for 11/16/2010

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Early Morning Gumbo
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11/16/2010

 

Early Morning Gumbo playlist
Tuesday, November 16, 2010, 5:30 to 7:00 AM
Substitute host: John Risley
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Ian Thomas / Teeth of the Rake / Young man's blues
John Gorka / Edgar the party man / Between five and seven
Arlo Guthrie / Coming into Los Angeles / The Best of Arlo Guthrie

Michael Fracaso / Never enough / Back to Oklahoma
Donovan / Young but growing / The Classics Live
Chieftains with L.

Folk Espresso playlist for 11/15/2010

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Folk Espresso
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11/15/2010

Contemporary and Traditional Folk Music to start your day with a smile

Hosts: Jack Bohl, Jonathan Lay, and Gordy Euler

Annual Gales of November Show: Songs about shipwrecks, lighthouses, mermaids, and general nautical mayhem- inspired by Gordon Lightfoots' classic "Wreck of the Edmund Fitgerald"

 

Anjali and The Kid playlist for 11/09/2010

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Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Kush
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11/09/2010

Early Morning Gumbo playlist for 11/09/2010

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Early Morning Gumbo
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11/09/2010
* recent release or reissue
 
JACKSON BROWNE & DAVID LINDLEY / El Rayo X / Love is Strange (Inside Recordings)*
KIMMIE RHODES / Contrabandistas / Jackalopes, Moons & Angels (Jackalope)
LOS TEXMANIACS / Danzon Juarez / Borders y Bailes (Smithsonian Folkways)
TOM RUSSELL / When Sinatra played Juarez / Borderland (Hightone)
 
BUTCH HANCOCK & JIMMIE DALE GILMORE / Howlin' at midnight / Two Roads--Live in Australia (Caroline)
KATIE GEDDES (f/MARY MCCASLIN) / Hello stranger / We Are Each Other's Angels (Katydid)*
RICHARD SHINDELL / The storms are on the ocean / South of Delia (self)
JUNE CARTER CASH / Keep on the sunnny side / Wildwood Flower (Dualton

Anodyne playlist for 11/08/2010

Program name: 
Back To The Egg
Air date: 
11/08/2010

"Portland vs. Austin"

featured a phone interview with Kris McKay, vocalist for Austin band Wild Seeds (1987-1990)

HOUR ONE:
Butthole Surfers – Pepper – Electric Larryland (Capitol, 1996)

Quarterflash – Harden My Heart – Quarterflash (Geffen, 1981)
Timbuk 3 – The Future’s So Bright, I Gotta Wear Shades – Greetings From Timbuk 3 (I.R.S., 1986)

Natasha Kmeto on "The Melting Pot" 11/9/2010 preview for her Holocene performance

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Natasha Kmeto (pronounced "kuh-meh-toe") is an electro hip-hop, singer-producer based in Portland, OR.  With a rich musical background in jazz, r&b, electronic and hip-hop she likes to describe her music as "futuristic soul."

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