Lark In The Morning playlist for 05/03/2013

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Lark In The Morning
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05/03/2013
ArtistTitleAlbumLabel
Jerry Read-Smith & Tom FellenbaumHeartdanceHeartdanceSong of the Wood
Victoria Folk Music CommunityCowichan RiverRamblin' WomanVictoria Folk Music Community
Terri & GwenSacred WatersRoad Trip(self)
Bill JonesFrom My WindowTwo Year WinterCompass
Cindy KalletWindow TreeThis Way HomeStone's Throw Music
Folk CityLittle BirdAmericana(self)
David LaibmanSilver Swan RagClassical Ragtime GuitarRounder
Linda AllenWeaving & QuiltingWashington NotebookVictory Music
Kate PowerNova ScotiaDancing in the KitchenKatidoo Publishing
Christine LavinThe Moment Slipped AwayBeau WoesPhilo
Chris KokeshTime Goes ByStoriesMisty River
Tom Paxton & Anne HillsFollow That RoadAmerican SkiesAppleseed
Solomon's SealThe Old RoadThe Old RoadFront Hall
David FranceyAnnie's HouseSkating RinkLaker Music
Lui CollinsMystery PlayLeaving Fort KnoxMolly Gamblin Music
Andrea DavisHorsesAndrea Davis 2013 EP(self)
Andrea DavisGermany 1941Andrea Davis 2013 EP(self)
Andrea DavisPruningAndrea Davis 2013 EP(self)

I usually build programs around a theme, or a feeling, or particular song or two.  In this case, Andrea Davis gave me a copy of her home-made CD containing four songs last week, and I enjoyed them so much I set out to build the show backwards from them.  Some notes on the songs played: her grandfather fought in WWII in Hitler's 'Operation Barbarossa,' the failed attempt to conquer the Soviet Union in 1941.  The fact that he died on Christmas Day 1941 meant that he had survived nearly the entire grisly operation, which began in May 1941, and was ultimately abandoned in late December 1941. Her song about pruning came out of discussions that she has had with several people, myself included, about the looming problems of resource scarcity, financial misdeeds, and environmental collapse.

You can listen to the archived version of this morning's program until May 17th.

 

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