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"All Things Acoustic" is a weekly program of folk, singer-songwriter, and world music broadcast at 100,000 watts on Alabama Public Radio (WUAL/WQPR/WAPR/WHIL -- covering Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Muscle Shoals, Selma, Tuscaloosa). The host is Jeremy Butler.

And now, the tunes we played on 22 April 2022:

Eri Takenaka, "Better Times Will Come," N/A (Janis Ian)
Willie Nelson, "Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way," Rainbow Connections (Island)
Joni Mitchell, "Big Yellow Taxi," Ladies of the Canyon (2021 remaster) (Reprise)
Joan Baez and Mercedes Sosa, "Gracias a la Vida," The Gold Castle Masters (Razor & Tie)
The Robert Shaw Chorale, "What Shall We Do with the Drunken Sailor," Sea Shanties (BMG)
Gordon Bok, "Young Mathyland," Irish Songs from Old New England (Folk-Legacy)
Lead Belly, "Gallis Pole," Classic African-American Ballads (Smithsonian Folkways)
Peggy Seeger, "Apples and Pears," Tribute to the Travelin' Lady (Miscellaneous Abstract)
Danny Schmidt, "Just Wait Til They See You," Standard Deviation (Live Once)
Dave Carter, Tracy Grammer, "The River, Where She Sleeps," When I Go (Dave Carter and Tracy Grammar)
The Accidentals, "Anyway," Time Out Session #1 (The Accidentals)
Underhill Rose, "When I Die," The Great Tomorrow (Underhill Rose)
Rhiannon Giddens, "Avalon," They're Calling Me Home (Nonesuch)
Bob Brown, "In These Flames," Willoughby's Lament (Tompkins Square)
Steve Poltz, "Fourth of July," Shine On (Red House)
Anna Elizabeth Laube, "Jardim Da Estrela," Annamania (Ahh... Pockets! Records)
Jack Elliott, "House of the Rising Sun," Jack Elliott (Vanguard)
Fink Marxer Gleaves, "If the Poor Don't Matter," Shout and Shine (Community Music)
Buffy Sainte-Marie, "You're Going to Need Somebody on Your Bond," It's My Way! (Vanguard)
J.P. Harris' Dreadful Wind and Rain, "Mole in the Ground," Don't You Marry No Railroad Man (Hearth)
Cinder Well, "Fallen," No Summer (Free Dirt)
Kale Carey, "Come Back to Me," The Art of Forgetting (Riverboat Records)
Minute2Minute, "Pala Tuta," Travelers, Transients, and Tourists (Minute2Minute)
Gene and Francesca, "Il Est Petit," Folk Sampler 5 (Elektra)
The Weavers, "Tina," At Home (Vanguard)
Kate McDonnell, "Malibu," Ballad of a Bad Girl (Dog-Eared Discs)
Jim Kimo West, "Na Koa Moku O Keawe," Guitar Stories (Westernmost)
Watchhouse, "Belly of the Beast," Watchhouse (Thirty Tigers)
The Barbaloots, "Captain Key," Possum Came to Town (Anything Is Possumable Records)
John Gorka, "Really Spring," Bright Side of Down (Red House)
Chloe Foy, "Song for D," Chloe Foy (Scope)
Jamie Anderson, "Run to the Darkness," The Truth Appears (Tsunami)

Jeremy Butler

Host, All Things Acoustic
Alabama Public Radio: WUAL/WQPR/WAPR/WHIL
Box 870370/Tuscaloosa/AL/35487


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