August 2010


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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 -- covering Birmingham, Huntsville, Montgomery, Muscle Shoals, Selma, Tuscaloosa).  The host is Jeremy Butler.

And now, the tunes we played on 20 August 2010:

The Wailin' Jennys, "One Voice," 40 Days (Jericho Beach)
Doc Watson, "Roving Gambler," Gerdes Folk City (Sugar Hill)
Peggy Seeger, "John Gilbert is the Boat," Heading for Home (Appleseed)
Tom Rush, "No Regrets," The Circle Game (Elektra/Asylum)
Martin Simpson, "Lilith," Live (Red House)
Hazmat Modine, "Dry Spell," Bahamut (Barbes)
Jonathan Richman, "They're Not Trying on the Dance Floor," Having a Party With... (Rounder)
The Holy Modal Rounders, "Bonaparte's Retreat," Too Much Fun (Rounder)
John Hartford, "Up on the Hill Where They Do the Boogie," Aereo Plain (Rounder)
Hackensaw Boys, "Cannonball," Love What You Do (Nettwerk)
Woody Guthrie, "The Biggest Thing Man Has Ever Done," This Land Is Your Land (Smithsonian Folkways)
Gordon Bok, Ann Mayo Muir, Ed Tricket, "The Golden Vanity," The Ways of Man (Folk-Legacy)
Hem, "Leave Me Here," Rabbit Songs (Bar/None)
Jackson Browne and David Lindley, with Luz Casal, "These Days," Love Is Strange (Inside)
Greg Brown, "Lullaby," Covenant (Red House)
Richard Thompson, Eliza Carthy, "The Coo Coo Bird," The Harry Smith Project (Shout)
Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer, "Seven Is the Number," Seven Is the Number (Tracy Grammer)
Cheryl Wheeler, "Potato," Laugh Tracks, vol. 1 (Shanachie)
Lou and Peter Berryman, "Your State's Name Here," What, Again? (Cornbelt)
Pokey LaFarge and the South City Three, "Two-Faced Tom," Riverboat Soul (Free Dirt)
Bruce Springsteen, "Matamoros Banks," Devils and Dust (Columbia)
Louise Taylor, "Too Tired to Leave," Ride (Signature Sounds)
Ruth Moody, "Within Without You," The Garden (Red House)
Suzanne Vega, "Gypsy," Close-Up Vol. 1, Love Songs (Amanuensis)
Shawn Colvin, "Twilight," Live (Nonesuch)
Joan Baez, "Black is the Color of My True Love's Hair," In Concert (Vanguard)
Red Horse, "Scorpion," Red Horse (Red House)
Jil Chambless, "Newry Highwayman / Lexy McAskill," The Ladies Go Dancing (Jil Chambless)
Brian McNeill, "The Crew o' the Copenhagen," Drones & Bellows (FMS)


Alabama Public Radio distributes a big ol' directory of folk/acoustic radio programs throughout North America and the world.  (Converted from a "list" to a real database and updated in 2000 and then further refined in 2006.)

The List is available, for free, from:

The List contains over 500 programs and may be browsed/searched online or downloaded for your databasin' pleasure.

Jeremy Butler

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


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