Folk Espresso playlist for 07/20/2009

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Folk Espresso
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530 AM: Rick Danko (12/29/42-12/10/99) Former bassist for The BandRipple (a Grateful Dead song)Times Like These (2002)Woodstock Records
Levon Helm (Former drummer for The Band)Growin' TradeElectric Dirt (2009- NEW)Dirt Farmer Music
The BandAin't No More CaneThe Basement Tapes (1975)Columbia
545 AM: Tom LehrerFolk Song ArmyThat Was the Year That Was (1965)Warner Brothers
Nickel CreekTomorrow is a Long Time (a Bob Dylan song)Why Should the Fire Die? (2005)Sugar Hill Records
Nick DrakeFrom the MorningPink Moon (1972)Hannibal
Guy Clark (with Emmy Lou Harris)Old FriendsOld Friends (1988)Sugar Hill Records
The Kingston TrioEl MatadorSold Out (1960)Capitol
600 AM: Doc Watson and David GrismanSummertimeDoc & Dawg (1997)Acoustic Disk
The FlatlandersSouth Wind of SummerNow Again (2002)New West
Greg BrownSummer EveningOver & Under (2001)Trailer Records
615 AM: Fotheringay (Sandy Denny, vocals)Two Weeks Last SummerFotheringay 2 (2009 version of aborted 1970 recording)Fledg'ling Records
The Decemberists (My favorite group- from Portland!)SummersongThe Crane Wife (2006)Capitol
VetiverSwimming Song (For John from Anodyne- a Loudon Wainwright III song)Thing of the Past (2008)Gnomon Song
Harry Manx (Canadian singer who blends Blues and Northern Indian Classical music)Bend in the WaterBeautiful- A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (by Canadian artists) (2003)Borealis
630 AM Folk Calendar Background): Steve martin (yes, the wild and crazy guy comedian)Saga of the Old WestThe Crow (2009- NEW)Rounder
635 AM: David AcklesMontana SongAmerican Gothic (1972)Elektra
646 AM: Bela Fleck (with Malian songstress Oumou Sangare and kora legend Toumani Diabate)Ah NDiyaThrow Down Your Heart (2009- NEW) Banjoist Extraordinaire recorded this CD in Africa with great African musicians- there's a documentary about this project at the Hollywood TheaterRounder
Bela Fleck (with South African vocalist "The Voice" Vusi Mahlasela)Thula Mama (Recorded live at the Boulder Theater in Colorado for the "E" Town NPR program)Throw Down Your Heart (2009- NEW)Rounder
Otis Taylor with Keb' Mo'The Way It GoesRecapturing the Banjo (2008)Telarc

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

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