Songs For These Trying Times

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

In the aftermath of the horrific bombings of Sept. 11, music can and has made a valuable contribution to the grieving and healing process. Music can help get people going when the burden becomes unbearable. It is therapeutic. In addition, it creates multi-cultural understanding and brings together people of diverse cultures. It is for all these qualities we offered the following program

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Sarah Bauhan, “Lament For Owen Roe/The Road To Glencripesdale”, Broad Waters, Whistler’s Music

  • Tim Eriksen, “I Wish The Wars Were Over”, Tim Eriksen, Appleseed


  • Ralph Stanley w/ Gillian Welch, “Oh, Death”, Clinch Mountain Sweethearts, Rebel

  • Ralph Stanley, “Going Up Home To Live In Green Pastures”, “Angel Band”, Man Of Constant Sorrow, Rebel


  • Matney Sisters, “Amazing Grace/God Loves You”, Iowa State Fare, Smithsonian/Folkways

  • Don Conoscenti, “The Other Side”, “The Burren”, Paradox Of Grace, Cogtone

  • Ellis Paul, “Angel In Manhattan”, Translucent Soul, Philo


  • Pete Seeger, “Turn! Turn! Turn!”, “We Shall Overcome”, A Link In The Chain, Columbia/Legacy


  • Guy Carawan, “Ain’t You Got A Right To The Tree Of Life”, Tree Of Life, Flying Fish

  • Sarah Bauhan, “Lament For Iona”, Broad Waters, Whistler’s Music

  • Peter Yarrow, “There But For Fortune”, The Songs Of Phil Ochs, Sliced Bread


  • Eric Bogle, “No Man’s Land”, By Request, Greentrax

  • Rick Fielding, “There Comes A Time”, This One’s The Dreamer, Borealis

  • Kim & Reggie Harris/Magpie, “We Belong To The Earth”, Spoken In Love, Long Tail


  • Pierce Pettis, “I’ve Got A Hope”, State Of Grace, Compass

  • Nanci Griffith, “From A Distance”, The MCA Years/A Retrospective, MCA

  • Bob Franke, “Trouble In This World”, The Heart Of The Flower, Daring

  • John Gorka, “Let Them In”, The Company You Keep, Red House

How To Reach The Independents:

Sarah Bauhan:


Kim & Reggie Harris: