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08 11 07 Ballads and Banjos Play list

Ballads and Banjos August 11, 2007

WJFF Radio 90.5 fm/Sonja Hedlund

Streaming on line at www.wjffradio.org

Public, community supported radio, serving the Catskills, North East Pa. the Upper Delaware and Mid-Hudson Regions

Go to our web site to listen to music shows for 2 weeks after each broadcast.

WJFF Radio Catskill, P.O. Box 546, Jeffersonville, NY 12748, 845 482 4141

 

"This will be our reply to violence: to make music more             

intensely, more beautifully, more devotedly than before."

                                                Leonard Bernstein

Artist/Song Title

Album/Company

 

Alan Miceli/Errington Way

Rainpools

 

Bob McParland/The Same Folksinger/North Country Dream

The Same Folksinger/self

 

Randy Barrett, Andrew McKnight, Keith Pitzer/1845

Making Music Matter/Falling Mountain Music

 

Debra Cowan with Geogg Bartley/Darlin' Cory

Making Music Matter/Falling Mountain Music

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Keith and Joan Pitzer/The Silver Dagger

Making Music Matter/Falling Mountain Music

 

Linda Hickman with Tabby Finch/Punta Allen/KuHa

Making Music Matter/Falling Mountain Music

 

Bill Morrissey/Johnny's Tune/Thirty Years

Come Running/Turn and Spin Media

 

Randall Williams and Claudia SanSoucie/War Stories

First Takes/Kattendip Music

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Greg Latta/Thee Jug of Punch

Headed for Home/self

 

Joe Jencks/Song of the Rails/Room Here For Another

Rise As One/Turtle Bear Music

 

Lennie Gallant/Seven Years

When We Get There/Revenant Records Canada

7 a.m. Ballads and Banjos 08 11 07

 

Vedran Smailovic and Tommy Sands/Where Have all the Flowers Gone/Waltz/The Music of Healing with Pete Seeger

Sarajevo –Belfast/Appleseed Records

 

Anne Hills/Ef You Don't Watch Out (songs of the poems of James Whitcomb Riley)

A Voice from the Farm/When the Frost is on the Punkin/The Little Coat/There was a Cherry Tree/Collective Works Media

 

7:30 a.m.

 

Woodie Guthrie/Grand Coulee Dam

Folkways – the original vision: Songs of Woodie Guthrie and Lead Belly/ Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

 

Arlo Guthrie/Ring Around a Rosie Rag

40th Anniversary of the Philadelphia Folk Festival/Sliced Bread Records

 

Arlo Guthrie/Last Train/St. James Infirmary/If You Would Just Drop By



Sonja Hedlund
845-482-4764
www.applepondfarm.com


:: Posted on Saturday, August 11, 2007 ::