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Hear it now!  Despite the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, ATA is available online at:

http://www.AllThingsAcoustic.org

"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 29 August 2008:

R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders, "Alabama Jubilee," Chasin' Rainbows (Shanachie)
Donovan, "Catch the Wind," Catch the Wind (Garland)
Victoria Williams, "Hummingbird," Musings of a Creek Dipper (Atlantic)
Nick Drake, "Cello Song," Five Leaves Left (Island)
The Pine Hill Haints, "Wade in the Water," Bury Your Hate in a Shallow Grave (Lelp Recordings)
Keb' Mo', "Every Morning," Keb' Mo' (Epic/Okeh)
Bonnie Dobson, "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face," The Prestige/Folklore Years: Volume 4 (Prestige/Folklore)
Marie Knight, "I'll Fly Away," Let Us Get Together (MC)
Greg Brown, "Summer Evening," Over and Under (Trailer)
Riley Baugus, "Rove Riley Rove," Long Steel Rail (Sugar Hill)
John Hartford, "Back in the Goodle Days," Aereo-Plain (Rounder)
Joni Mitchell, "See You Sometime," Blue (Reprise)
Janis Ian, "At Seventeen," The Folk Scene Collection (Red House Records)
Catherine MacLellan, "January Song," Church Bell Blues (True North)
Tarika Sammy, "Ventso," Balance (Green Linnett/Xenophil)
Duke Robillard, "I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water," Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues (Shanachie)
John Cruz, "Island Style," Acoustic Soul (Lilikoi)
Gordon Bok, Ann Mayo Muir, Ed Trickett, "Wild Birds," And So Will We Yet (Folk-Legacy)
Jessica Ruby Simpson, Martin Simpson, "Raglan Road," Band of Angels (Red House)
Kaki King, "Carmine Street," Everybody Loves You (Velour)
Loudon Wainwright, "Primrose Hill," So Damn Happy (Sanctuary)
Beth Whitney, "Kicking Pinecones," Leave Your Shoes (Malamute)
Jamie Byrd, "Gonna Build Me a Barn," Born Into the Whisper (Waterbug)
John McCutcheon, "Dick Cheney," This Fire (Appalsongs)
Ternipe, "Muri Cini Papusha," Hungarian Gypsy Music (ARC)
Samuel James, "Love & Mumbly-Peg," Songs Famed for Sorrow and Joy (Northernblues)
John Hammond, "Drop Down Mama," Washington Square Memoirs (Rhino)
Steve Dawson, "This Train," Songbook, Vol. 4 (Old Town School)
Cathy Fink, "Where the Wild, Wild Flowers Grow," Old Time Banjo Festival (Rounder)
Lynn Miles, "Little Seahorse," Down at the Sea Hotel (Secret Mountain)

THE INTERNET FOLK RADIO LIST

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: 

http://www.allthingsacoustic.org/tifrl/

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
http://www.AllThingsAcoustic.org
Box 870370/Tuscaloosa/AL/35487

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