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And now, the tunes we played on 05 September 2014:

Ellen McIlwaine, "Can't Find My Way Home," Honky Tonk Angel (Polydor)
Andrew Calhoun, "Freedom Road," Living Room (Waterbug)
Neil Young, "Tell Me Why," Live at the Cellar Door (Reprise)
Pat Humphries, "To My Old Brown Earth," Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger, Vol. 3 (Appleseed)
Gillian Welch, "As Long as the Grass Shall Grow," Look Again to the Wind (Sony Masterworks)
John Prine, "Sam Stone," Prime Prine (Atlantic)
Leo Kottke and Mike Gordon, "Living in the Country," Sixty Six Steps (RCA)
Greg Brown, "Good Morning Coffee," If I Had Known (Red House)
Anne Hills, Cindy Mangsen, "Where Did You Get that Hat?," Never Grow Up (Flying Fish)
Sam Baker, "Road Crew," Say Grace (Sam Baker)
Dave Rawlings Machine, "Sweet Tooth," A Friend of a Friend (Acony)
Joan Baez, "Day After Tomorrow," Day After Tomorrow (Razor & Tie)
The Halifax Three, "Rocks & Gravel," Hootenanny '64 (Columbia Special Products)
Cesaria Evora, "Cabo Verde Manda Mantenha," Cape Verde (Putumayo)
Terri Hendrix, "Prayer for My Friends," Americana (Putumayo)
Spider John Koerner, "The Fox," Kids, Cars, & Campfires (Red House Records)
Samuel James, "The Here Comes Nina Country-Ragtime Surprise," Songs Famed for Sorrow and Joy (Northernblues)
Kat Eggleston, "The Stranger," American Impressionist Songwriters (Waterbug)
Jonathan Richman, "Time Has Been Going By So Fast," Because Her Beauty Is Raw and Wild (Vapor)
James Hill, "Never On Sunday," A Flying Leap (Borealis)
Si Kahn, "Gone Gonna Rise Again," In My Heart (Rounder/Philo)
Gordon Bok, "Oh, No More," Herrings in the Bay (Timberhead)
Malcolm Holcombe, "Kiss Me When I'm Sleepin'," I Never Heard You Knockin' (Malcolm Holcombe)
Linda McRae, "Be Your Own Light," Fifty Shades of Red (Borealis)
Ruth Moody, "Dancing in the Dark," These Wilder Things (Red House)
Guy Clark, "Sis Draper," From Hell to Breakfast (Sugar Hill)

Jeremy Butler

Host, All Things Acoustic
Alabama Public Radio: WUAL/WQPR/WAPR/WHIL
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