First broadcast April 15, 2005

A Mixed Bag Of Old And New

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

As many of our shows work out to be, this is a concoction of three parts new releases and one part dipping back into the past. Having featured Jennifer Cutting’s new release “Ocean” a few weeks backed, I promised listeners selections from her classic work with The New St. George. In addition, Flook visits our region this coming week.

As for the new releases, Joel Rafael continues his inspiring recordings of Woody Guthrie material, Gordon Bok and Canada’s Tim Harrison continue to issue high-quality material and the Duhks make their U.S. recording debut.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Dan Crary, “Senso Unico”, Renaissance Of The Steel String Guitar, Thunderation Music

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  • Joel Rafael Band, “Way Over Yonder In The Minor Key”, “Stepstone”, “Ramblin’ Reckless Hobo”, “Circle Of Truth”, Woodyboye, Appleseed

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  • Gordon Bok, “Apples In The Basket”, “The Maiden In Bird’s Plumage”, “Tie Her Up”, “Hills Of Isle Au Haut”, Apples In The Basket, Timberhead

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  • Tim Harrison, “Don Quixote’s Dream”, “The Canada Gander’s Lament”, “Pack Up Your Sorrows”, Grey County, Second Avenue Records

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  • The New St. George, “All The Tea In India”, “The Mermaid”, “Don’t You Go”, High Tea, Folk Era

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  • The Duhks, “Death Come A-Knockin”, “Gene’s Machine”, “True Religion”, The Duhks, Sugar Hill

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  • Flook, “G.D.’s Medley”, Rubai, Flatfish