Pastures of Plenty playlist for 08/01/2012

Program name: 
Pastures of Plenty
Air date: 
530 am: Roy Bookbinder (with Jorma Kaukonen)Statesboro BluesLive Book- Don't Start Me Talkin'... (1994)Rounder
Jorma KaukonenThere's a Bright Side SomwewhereRiver of Time (2009)Red House Records
Rev. Gary DavisKeep Your Lamps Trimmed and BurningGospel, Blues, and Street Songs (1991)Riverside Original Blues Classics
545 am: Mary Flower (with LaRhonda Steele)Goin' to Sit Down on the Banks of the RiverMisery Loves Company (2011)Yellow Dog Records
Eric BibbThe CapeTroubadour Live (2011)Telarc
Loudon Wainwright II (with Ramblin' Jack Elliott)Double LifetimeOlder Than My Old Man Now (2012)2nd Story Sound
Leon RedbonePolly Wolly DoodleOn the Track (1990 CD reissue/ 1975 LP)Warner Brothers
600 am: Norman BlakeDownhome Summertime BluesBack Home in Sulphur Springs (1995 CD/1971 LP)Rounder
Misty River BandHomegrown TomatoesWillow (2004)Misty River
Earl Scruggs Revue featuring Loudon Wainwright IIISwimming SongAnniversary Special (1975)Columbia
Harry ManxBend in the WaterBeautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (2003)Northern Blues
615 am: Laura GibsonRed MoonLaGrande (2012)Hush
Old and in the WayMidnight MoonlightOld and in the Way (1986 CD/1976 LP)Ryko
John McCutcheonPerseidsSummersongs (1995)Rounder Kids
630 am: Calendar background- Jake ShimabukuroThrillerLive (2009)Hitchhike Records
635 am: James KeelaghanCold Missouri WatersA Recent Future (1995)Green Linnet
Richard Thompson1952 Vincent Black LightningRumour and Sigh (1991)Capitol
645 am: Linda HuddleWinter BluePortland Folk: An Anthology From the Portland FolkMusic Society (2011)Portland FolkMusic Society
Levon HelmWide River to CrossRamble at the Ryman (2011)Vanguard
Eva CassidyTrue ColorsSimply Eva (2011)Blix Street Records

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

Host: Jack Bohl (First Wednesdays)

Featured Augsust 1, 2012: Rev. Gary Davis, summer songs, a song about the upcoming Persied Meteor Shower (which peaks on August 11, 2012), great ballads, and a tribute to the late Linda Huddle, a beloved long time member of the Portland folk music community



Copyright © 2012 KBOO Community Radio | Copyright Policy | Community Guidelines | Website Illustration & Design by: KMF ILLUSTRATION