First broadcast January 19, 2007

And Now For Something Completely Different

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

Ah, the expansive and diverse world of folk music. In this program, each set takes a different musical perspective.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Baaba Maal, “Baayo”, Live At The Cedars: Visionaries, Cedars Cultural Center

  • Mari Bone, “Soul Medicine”, Live At The Cedars: Visionaries, Cedars Cultural Center

  • Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, “Orphan Girl”, Live At The Cedars: Visionaries, Cedars Cultural Center

  • Doc Watson, “Ready For The Times To Get Better”, Live At The Cedars: Visionaries, Cedars Cultural Center

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  • JPP, “Sutherland”, “Andante”, “Stuffologie”, Artology, Northside

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  • Veretski Pass, “Four String Prelude”, “Four Strings”, “Horowitz’s Lament”, Hersfeld’s Lament”, Veretski Pass, Golden Horn Records

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  • Veretski Pass, “Segelstein’s Lament”, “Black Sea Song”, “Tatarrisher Longa”, Veretski Pass, Golden Horn

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  • Tom Chapin, “Distant Drummer”, “Lamentation”, Follow The Light”, “Sing For Peace”, The Turning Of The Tide, Independent

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  • Ranarim, “Welcome Blessed Spring”, “No Hearts Ablaze”, “The Elderly Brothers”, Morning Star, Northside

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  • Alan Stivell, “Celtica & Infinity”, “Bleimor Le Bagad”, Beyond Words, Keltia