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Fri, 15 Jul 2022 19:53:31 -0700
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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 15 July 2022:

Children of Old South Church, "Better Times Will Come," N/A (Janis Ian)
Eve Goldberg, "Cold Wind Blowing," Ever Brightening Day (Sweet Patootie)
The Yardbirds, "White Summer," Little Games (EMI)
Harpeth Rising, "Next Year's Rain," Dead Man's Hand (Harpeth Rising)
Ry Cooder, "Red Cat Till I Die," My Name is Buddy (Nonesuch)
Dan Zanes, feat. Valerie June, "Take This Hammer," Lead Belly, Baby (Smithsonian Folkways)
Abigail Washburn & the Sparrow Quartet, "Great Big Wall in China," Abigail Washburn & the Sparrow Quartet (Nettwerk)
Los Super Seven, "Plane Wreck at Los Gatos," Los Super Seven (RCA/BMG)
Bare Knuckles, "Woody's Birthday," N/A (N/A)
Woody Guthrie, "Hard Travelin'," Hard Travelin' (Smithsonian Folkways)
Woody Guthrie, "Do-Re-Mi," This Land Is Your Land (Smithsonian Folkways)
Arlo Guthrie, "Bling-Blang," Sing Along with Putumayo (Putumayo)
Woody Guthrie, "Pretty Boy Floyd," Buffalo Skinners (Smithsonian Folkways)
Odetta, "Pastures of Plenty," The Greatest Songs of Woody Guthrie (Vanguard)
Woody Guthrie, "This Land Is Your Land," This Land Is Your Land (Smithsonian Folkways)
John Hartford, "Turn Your Radio On," Aereo-Plain (Rounder)
Trout Fishing in America, "My World," My World (Trout)
Wade Hemsworth, "The Black Fly Song," Folk Songs of the Canadian North Woods (Smithsonian Folkways)
David Bromberg, "Mr. Bojangles," Demon in Disguise (CBS)
Kale Carey, "For Your Journey," The Art of Forgetting (Riverboat Records)
Simon and Garfunkel, "For Emily, Wherever I May Find Her," Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme (Columbia)
Gordon Bok, "Old Fat Boat," Because You Asked (Timberhead)
The Wailin' Jennys, "Wildflowers," Fifteen (Red House)
The Hot Club of Cowtown, "Forget-Me-Nots," Ghost Train (High Tone)
The Howlin' Brothers, "Troubled Waltz," Trouble (Readymade)
Mississippi John Hurt, "Spike Driver Blues," Avalon Blues (Columbia/Legacy)
Cisco Houston, "I Ain't Got No Home," The Folkways Years 1944-1961 (Smithsonian Folkways)
Jim Infantino, "Soldiers," The World of Particulars (Gadfly)
Michael Gulezian, "I'm No Seismologist, Chortled the Metrognome," Language of the Flame (Timbreline)
Kate McDonnell, "Ballad of a Bad Girl," Ballad of a Bad Girl (Dog-Eared Discs)
Blind Faith, "Can't Find My Way Home," Blind Faith (Polydor)

Jeremy Butler

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


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