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And now, the tunes we played on 29 July 2022:

Danita Zanre, "Better Times Will Come (AndrĂ  Tutto Bene)," N/A (Janis Ian)
Pete Seeger, "Where Have all the Flowers Gone?," The Smithsonian Folkways Collection (Smithsonian Folkways)
Los Super Seven, "El Que Siembra Su Maiz," Canto (Sony)
10,000 Maniacs, "Peace Train," In My Tribe (Elektra)
Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse, "Rambling Irishman," The Laverock Sang (Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse)
Tom, Betty & Nathan Druckenmiller, "Georgia Railroad," The Road Home (Little Cat)
Dirk Powell, feat. Sara Watkins, "The Little Things," When I Wait for You (Compass)
Peter Mayer, "Blue Boat Home," Earth Town Square (Blue Boat)
Rufus & Martha Wainwright, "Sweet Thames Flow Softly," Joy of Living: A Tribute to Ewan MacColl (Compass)
Kate & Anna McGarrigle, "Walking Song," Dancer With Bruised Knees (Hannibal)
Marcy Marxer, "Kissing in the Dark," Things Are Coming My Way (Community Music)
Kate MacLeod, "Love In and Out of Time," At Ken Sanders Rare Books (Waterbug)
The Resonant Rogues, "Dueling with the Demons," Autumn of the World (The Resonant Rogues)
Joni Mitchell, "Both Sides Now," Clouds (2021 remaster) (Reprise)
The Weavers, "Wasn't That at Time," Together Again (Loom)
Norma Tanega, "You're Dead," Walkin' My Cat Named Dog (Collectables)
Bob Dylan, "House of the Rising Sun," Bob Dylan (Columbia)
Bruce Cockburn, "Pacing the Cage," The Folkscene Collection (Red House)
Rhiannon Giddens, with Paul Simon, "America," Newport Folk Festival 2022 (N/A)
Eric Andersen, "Thirsty Boots," Washington Square Memoirs (Rhino)
Maggie Roche, "Quitting Time," Where Do I Come From (StorySound)
Tolob Khan Bama, "Sat Bhayan Ki Ek Behanadli II," Latcho Drom (La Bande Son)
Jim and Susie Malcolm, "Farewell to Stromness," Spring Will Follow On (Beltane)
Cynthia Lin, "Here Comes the Sun," Ukulele Days (Cynthia Lin)
Gordon Bok, Ann Mayo Muir, Ed Trickett, "And So Will We Yet," And So Will We Yet (Folk-Legacy)
Leo Kottke, "Three Quarter North," A Shout Toward Noon (Private)
David Massengill, "Another Time & Place," Dave on Dave (Gadfly)
Mississippi Fred McDowell, "Motherless Children," Alan Lomax Recordings: Como III 9/59 (Association for Cultural Equity)
Mark O'Connor, "Shenandoah," Markology II (OMAC)

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