First broadcast May 14, 2010

Spring 2010 Pledge Drive

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

This is our musical offerings as part of WSHU's Spring 2010 Pledge Drive, including a belated birthday wish for Pete Seeger's 91st and archival material from the Profiles in Folk live show vaults.

Once again, a bouquet to WSHU Chief Engineer Paul Litwinovich and his wife Ellen. Paul toiled as an on-air pitchman with me and Ellen oversaw the phone and tally operation, assisted by volunteers June and Lew, who took phone calls.

And special thanks to listeners who took the time to phone in or e-mail pledges.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Israel "Iz" Kamakawiwo'ole, Over The Rainbow, Alone In IZ World, Mountain Apple

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  • Chieftains & Ry Cooder, La Golondrina, San Patricio, Blackrock/Hear Music

  • Karan Casey & John Doyle, The Bay Of Biscay, Exiles Return, Compass

  • Tri, Pipe Marches, A-Measg Chairdean, Independent

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  • Pete Seeger, Where Have All The Flowers Gone?, Turn! Turn! Turn!, Living In The Country, Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits, Columbia

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  • Deb Cowan, Harvest Home, Live In WSHU's Studio A/Sept. 23, 2005, Paul Litwinovich

  • John Whelan, Medley Of Reels, Live In WSHU's Studio A/Sept. 9, 2005, Paul Litwinovich

  • Terence Martin & Dan Bonis, Live In WSHU's Studio A/Sept. 30, 2005, Paul Litwinovich

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  • Chieftains & Ry Cooder, San Campio, The Sands Of Mexico, San Patricio, Blackrock/Hear Music

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  • Toby Walker, Weak Willed And Easily Led, Live In WSHU's Studio A/Oct. 1, 2004, Paul Litwinovich

  • Washboard Slim & The Bluelights, Boodleam Shake, Live In WSHU's Studio A/Dec. 29, 2006, Paul Litwinovich

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  • The Highwaymen, Michael, Troubadours Of The Folk Era/Vol. 3, Rhino