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Ballads and Banjos Septebmer 1, 2007

WJFF Radio 90.5 fm

Sonja Hedlund

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

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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

Harvey Reid/Above the Clouds/I Have Finally Found a Home
Fruit of the Vine/Woodpecker Records
Harvey Reid/Waltz of the Waves
The Autoharp Album/Woodpecker Records
David Roth/Thank you, Mr. Ryan
Digging Through my Closet/Folk Era
Dan Berggren/ /The Whistleblower/LikeA Sailor
Fresh Territory/Sleeping Giant Records
John Williamson/Dimantina Drover/Waltzing Matilda
A Celebration of Australia: Anthems/self
David Francy/Torn Screen Door
Torn Screen Door/
John McCutcheon/Here on the Islands/The Memory of Old Jack
Nothing to Lose/Rounder
Joe Jencks/We Will Never Give Up
I Hear Your Voice/Turtle Bear Music
Classic Railroad Songs from Smithsonian Folkways
            Recorded by Emory Cook: An Except from "Rail Dynamics"
            Walt Robertson/Railroad Bill
            Lead Belly/Linin' Track
            Elizabeth Cotton/Freight Train
            Lead Belly/Rock Island Line
            Woody Guthrie and Cisco Houston/John Henry
7 a.m.
Woody Guthrie/When the Curfew Blows/The return of Rocky Mountain Slim and Desert Rat Shorty
Buffalo Skinners The Ash Collection Vol.4
Smithsonian Folkways
Pete Seeger/The Boys from County Mayo/No Irish Need Apply/Ground Hog/Paddy Works on the Railroad
American Favorite Ballads Vol. 3/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Pete Seeger/Hard Travelin'
American Favorite Ballads Vol. 2/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Pete Seeger/John Henry
American Favorite Ballads Vol. 1/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
Pete Seeger/Army Life
American Favorite Ballads Vol.2/Smithsonian Folkways Recordings
A Tribute to Woody Guthrie
            Jack Elliott/1913 Massacre
            Judy Collins and Pete Seeger/Union Maid           
Highlights from Concerts on Carnegie Hall, 1968 and Hollywood Bowl, 1970
Classic Labor Songs From Smithsonian Folkways
            Bobbie Magee/Bread and Roses
            Peggy Seeger/Aragon Mill

Florce Reece -Almanac Singers/Which Side Are You On?

            New Harmony Sisterhood Band/Union Maid           
            Joe Glazer/We Shall Not be Moved            
T'til we outnumber 'em – the Songs of Woodie Guthrie
'til we outnumber 'em – this land is your land: Arlo Guthrie and all
Smithsonian Folkways Recordings

Sonja Hedlund

:: Posted on Saturday, September 01, 2007 ::