Folk Espresso playlist for 07/07/2014
|Mary McCaslin||Ballad of Weaverville||Prairie in the Sky|
|Linda McRae||Some Of My Friends||Fifty Shades of Red|
|June Tabor||Hard Love||Anthology|
|3 For Silver||Salty Tongues||Self-Titled CD|
|Lissa Schneckenburger||Chug A Lug||Covers|
|Jim Kweskin||Choo Choo Ch'Boogie||Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)|
|Johnny Edson||I Know Blues||More Than Friends|
|Dovetail||Struttin' With Some Barbeque||Old Doors New Worlds|
|Leo Kottke||Watermelon||6- and 12-String Guitar|
|Tom Waits||Ice Cream Man||Closing Time|
|Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys||Lemon Squeezy||Release Your Shrouds|
|Aaron Zig||America, I Need You||The Medicine's Kicking In|
|Nancy K Dillon||All the Pretty America||Roses Guide to Time Travel|
|Doug Smith & Judy Koch Smith||Stars and Stripes Forever||Just for Fun|
|Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside||Vocal Chords||Not An Animal|
|Carolina Chocolate Drops||Your Baby Ain't Sweet Like Mine||Genuine Negro Jig|
|Bill Morrissey||Car and Driver||Standing Eight|
|Mary Flower||Can't Take It With You||When My Bluebird Sings|
|Steve Cheseborough||Let the Mermaids Flirt With Me||Outstanding Blues|
|Bombino||Ahoulaguine Akaline (I Greet My Country)||Agadez|
|Leo Welch||A Long Journey||Sabougla Voices|
Gosh, I hope you made it to at least some of the wonderful Blues Festival this past long weekend! So much good music and such a well-run festival. Even Mother Nature contributed to the whole affair by sending us perfect weather. Ah yes....
It was a thrill for me to meet Mr. Leo Welch.....and to bring you a sample of his sound on my show this morning. He's a sprightly 82-year-old, Deep South bluesman.....whose first CD ever was recorded when he was an even more sprightly 81!
It was also lovely to see Mary Flower there and to hear that she JUST came out with a new CD......which is being debuted this morning on Folk Espresso.
Have fun with all this great music!