Hear it now! 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 12 February 2010: The Wailin' Jennys, "One Voice," 40 Days (Jericho Beach) Dylan Sneed, "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun," What I Thought (Dylan Sneed) Richard Thompson, "Oops! I Did It Again," 1000 Years of Popular Music (Beeswing) Shawn Colvin, "The Heart of Saturday Night," Cover Girl (Sony) Gillian Welch, "Summer Evening," Going Driftless (Red House) Rebecca Loebe, "California," Mystery Prize (Rebecca Loebe) Phil Ochs, "Changes," Amchitka (Greenpeace) Riders in the Sky, "The Ballad of Palindrome," A Great Big West Howdy! From... (Rounder) Tom Paxton, Anne Hills, Bob Gibson, "One Million Lawyers," Best of Friends (Appleseed) Shotgun Party, "Operatar," Mean Old Way (Shotgun Party) Sweet Honey in the Rock, "Eyes on the Prize," Freedom Song (Sony Classical) Guy Davis, "Motherless Children," Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues (Shanachie) Julius Lester, "Ain't Gonna Let Nobody Turn me Round," Freedom Is a Constant Struggle (Folk Era) Christine Albert, "Pastures of Plenty," Pastures of Plenty (DejaDisc) Gordon Bok, "Woodworker's Litany," A Rogue's Gallery of Songs for 12-String (Folk-Legacy) Pieta Brown, "Hey Joey," Shimmer (Red House) Louise Taylor, "Little Collette," Velvet Town (Signature Sounds) Greg Brown, "Here in the Going Going Gone," The Poet Game (Red House) Lead Belly, "Irene," Save Our History (The History Channel) Buffy Sainte-Marie, "You're Gonna Need Somebody On Your Bond," Roots of the Blues (Vanguard) Will Kimbrough, "Love to Spare," Wings (Daphne) Natalie Merchant, "Down on Penny's Farm," The House Carpenter's Daughter (Myth America) Those Darn Accordions, "Fire," Squeeze This! (Flying Fish) Attwenger, "H.E. Zaum," Planet Squeezebox (Ellipsis Arts) Pete Seeger, "The Bells of Rhymney," Live in '65 (Appleseed) Loudon Wainwright, "Primrose Hill," So Damn Happy (Sanctuary) John McCutcheon, "Forgive Us," This Fire (Appalsongs) The Plum Creek String Band, "Send Me Round the Moon," Crossing the Creek (The Plum Creek String Band) New Lost City Ramblers, "Big Ball in Town," There Ain't No Way Out (Smithsonian Folkways) Harvey Reid, "St. James Infirmary," Blues & Branches (Woodpecker) 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 ~-~-~-~-~ You have received this message because you are subscribed to ATA-PLAYLIST, the weekly playlist e-newsletter from the All Things Acoustic radio program at Alabama Public Radio. If you wish to un-subscribe from ATA-PLAYLIST, please fill in this form: http://bama.ua.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=ATA-PLAYLIST&A=1 and click "Leave ATA-PLAYLIST".