First broadcast September 13, 2002

A Potpourri of Music

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

There’s a “little of this, a little of that” quality to this show. Some music to mark the Jewish High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur (we’re between the two), a lengthy set about Sept. 11, 2001 and an hour devoted to this weekend’s Eli Whitney Folk Festival, Connecticut’s premier outdoor summer festival, now in its 10th year.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Andy Statman Quartet, “Come My Beloved”, The Hidden Light, Sony Classical

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  • In Memoriam: 9/11, , ,

  • Kim & Reggie Harris, “Short Shift At Ground Zero”, “Finlandia”, Simplicity, Appleseed

  • Liz McNicholl, “The Bravest”, Grand Central Station, D&G

  • Kitty Donohoe, “There Are No Words”, CD single, Roheen

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  • Eddie From Ohio, “Oh My Brother”, 9Eleven Relief, Virginia Soul

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

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  • Andy Statman Quartet, “My Soul Yearns”, “Heritage Waltz”, The Hidden Light, Sony Classical

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  • Eli Whitney Folk, , ,

  • Tom Rush, “Drivin’ Wheel”, “Wasn’t That A Mighty Storm”, Tom Rush:New Year, Maple Hill

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  • Kate McDonnell, “Toss It To The Wind”, “Sticky Buns”, Don’t Get Me Started, Dog-Eared Discs

  • Anne Marie Menta, “That’s My Sister”, Untried & True, Pearl Avenue

  • Alison Greenberg, “You’re Always There”, A Look In The Mirror, Independent

  • Eddie From Ohio, “Quick”, “Tommy The Canexican”, Quick, Virginia Soul

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  • Vance Gilbert, “Spoken Intro”, “Icarus By Night”, “Watching A Good Thing Burn”, Somerville Live