First broadcast September 10, 2004

The Fall Season Dawns

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

The festivals are almost finished for the summer and the coffeehouses are dusting off the tables and getting the pot percolating as the folk and acoustic music moves indoors for the next three months (at least in this neck of the woods). This program was a taste of some of the artists who will be our broadcast area just in the next few weeks.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Teada, “Humours of Lissadell/Maude Miller/The Jolly Tinker”, Give Us A Penny And Let Us Be Gone, Green Linnet

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  • Tom Paxton, “Looking For The Moon”, “The Bravest”, Looking For The Moon, Appleseed

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  • Sue Trainor, “The Murderous Toy”, In A Close Up, Independent

  • Hot Soup, “Hey Sweet Baby”, “Two Fine Friends”, On Stage, SOUPer Music

  • Hot Soup, “Ebay-O”, promo single, SOUPer Music

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  • Greg Brown, “Lord I Have Made You A Place In My Heart” “Poet Game”, In The Hills Of California, Red House

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  • Andrew McKnight, “The Road To Appomattox”, “Letter To Colonel Mosby”, Turning Pages, Falling Mountain Music

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  • Rani Arbo & Daisy Mayhem, “Finland”, “Big Black Bird”, Gambling Eden, Signature Sounds

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  • Tom Rush, “Urge For Going”, “Lost My Drivin’ Wheel”, The Very Best Of Tom Rush, Columbia/Legacy

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  • Arlo Guthrie, “Hobo’s Lullaby”, Troubadours Of Folk/Vol. 4, Rhino

  • Camille West, “Nobody Beats My Bob”, New Haven Folk Festival Sampler, Independent

  • Emma’s Revolution, “If I Give Your Name”, One, Big W Productions

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  • Open Book, “Indiana”, Out Of Time, Independent

  • Dan Bonis, “Waterfall”, Delivering The Cake, Independent