First broadcast August 6, 2004

Tradition With A Few Twists

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

With only a few exceptions, a full night of traditional songs and tunes done in varying styles and with a few twists such as Les Barker’s putting new words to old tunes.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Mad Pudding, “Reel di Janeiro”, “The Weaver”, Grand Hotel, Sliced Bread

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  • Uncle Earl (Jo Serrapere & K.C. Groves), “The Blackest Crow”, “The Fox”, “Snow White Dove”, She Went Upstairs…, Detroit Radio Co.

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  • Ruthie Dornfeld/Joel Bernstein/Mark Murphy, “Bon County”, “Fremont Waltz”, “Drunkard’s Doom”, Ways Of The World, Foxglove Records

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  • Zoe Speaks (Mitchell Barrett & Carla Gover), “Barbary Allen”, “Pretty Little Darlin’”, “Family Reunion”, Birds Fly South, Redbird Records

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  • Finest Kind, “At The End Of A Long Lonely Day”, “Fair Maid Walking”, “John Barleycorn”, Silks & Spices, Fallen Angle Music

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  • Phil O’Flaherty, “Dowey Houms Of Yarrow/Cooley’s Reel”, “Handsome Molly”, “Wild Rover/The Road To Hell”, Too Fond Of Walking, Independent

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  • Annette Batty/Steve Tilston/John Nielsen, “Queen Cruelty”, Airs Of The Dog (Les Barker), Mrs. Ackroyd Music

  • Eileen McGann & David K, “Heart Of The Heartland”, Airs Of The Dog (Les Barker), Mrs. Ackroyd Music

  • Chris Leslie, “If Rivers Turned And Flowed Upstream”, Airs Of The Dog (Les Barker), Mrs. Ackroyd Music

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  • Dan Duggan/Tom Hodgson/Henry Jankiewicz, “Castle Kelly/Star Of Munster/Mason’s Apron”, Shenandoah Falls, Independent