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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 03 October 2008:

R. Crumb and the Cheap Suit Serenaders, "Alabama Jubilee," Chasin' Rainbows (Shanachie)
Christine Lavin, "Cold Pizza for Breakfast," Future Fossils (Philo)
Pete Seeger, "My Get Up and Go," Headlines and Footnotes (Smithsonian Folkways)
Trout Fishing in America, "18 Wheels on a Big Rig," Family Music Party (Trout)
Sweet Honey in the Rock, "Prayer at the Crossroads," The Women Gather (EarthBeat!)
Koerner, Ray & Glover, "Shenandoah," One Foot in the Groove (Tim Kerr Records)
Gadji-Gadjo, "Gargantuburlesque," Sur le Toit des Voisins (Mange-Ta-Main)
Catherine MacLellan, "Snow Day," Church Bell Blues (True North)
The Kingston Trio, "Tom Dooley," The Very Best of the Kingston Trio (Heartland)
The Kingston Trio, "MTA," The Very Best of the Kingston Trio (Capitol)
Richard Thompson, "It Won't Be Long," 1000 Years of Popular Music (Beeswing)
Merle Travis, "Liza Jane," In Boston 1959 (Rounder)
Riley Baugus, "Boll Weevil," Long Steel Rail (Sugar Hill)
Shel Silverstein, "Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout Would Not Take the Garbage Out," The Best of Shel Silverstein (Columbia/Legacy)
John Prine, "I Hate It When That Happens to Me," Fair & Square (Oh Boy)
Lou and Peter Berryman, "Your State's Name Here," What, Again? (Cornbelt)
Cosy Sheridan, "Roadfood," Saturn Return (Waterbug)
Beth Whitney, "Miss Misery," Leave Your Shoes (Malamute)
Rachel Ries, "Mercy," Born Into the Whisper (Waterbug)
Greg Brown, "Waiting on You," Covenant (Red House)
Win Stracke, "El-A-Noy," Songbook, Vol. 4 (Old Town School)
Gordon Bok, "Clear Away in the Morning," Peter Kagan and the Wind (Folk-Legacy)
Penny Lang, "Room to Move," Stone + Sand + Sea + Sky (Borealis)
The Plum Creek String Band, "Premonition," Crossing the Creek (The Plum Creek String Band)
Rory Block, John Sebastian & the J-Band, "Big Road Blues," I Want My Roots (BMG)
Anais Mitchell, "Two Kids," Hymns for the Exiled (Waterbug)
Joni Mitchell, "Both Sides, Now," A Case of Joni (Reprise)
Slaid Cleaves, "Lydia," Broke Down (Philo)
Jim Page, "When Johnny Comes Marching Home," Not In Our Name (Songs for Change)
Kathy Mattea, "Red-Winged Blackbird," Coal (Captain Potato/Thirty Tigers)
M. Ward, "Crooked Lines," The Hottest State (Hickory)
Gene MacLellan, "Song to a Young Seagull," Lonesome River (EMI/Northern Heritage)

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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