First broadcast June 21, 2013

A Bouquet Of Many Colors To Welcome In Summer

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

Summer begins today and we’ve got a fragrant potpourri of music that begins with a set of summer activity songs and continues with music from artists appearing in our broadcast area, from artists with new albums and even a bit of reggaebilly from Peter Rowan so listeners can sway in those soft summer breezes. There are a lot of free associations and links in program.

And bouquets this week again to the American Roots Music Festival at Caramoor in Katonah, N.Y. on June 29 and to the Woodlands Folk Festival, which will be conducted on Long Island at East Setauket, also on the 29th,for enabling us to offer Profiles listeners the opportunity to vie for tickets to both festivals.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Mike Auldridge, “Summertime”, Dobro/Blues And Bluegrass, Takoma

  • Dana & Susan Robinson, “Farmer’s Market A-Z”, American Hornpipe, Threshold Music

  • John McCutcheon, “Baseball On The Block”, Sermon On the Mound, Appalsongs

  • Greg Brown, “Rooty Toot Toot For The Moon”, One Goodnight Kiss, Red House

  • Notorious, “Pickin’ The Berries”, Elkins, Black Socks Press

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  • The Carper Family, “I Gotta Have My Baby Back”, “Comes A Time”, Old-Fashioned Gal, Independent

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  • Joe Crookston, “Caitlin At The Window”, Darkling &The Bluebird Jubilee, Milagrito Records

  • Joe Crookston, “Able Baker Charlie & Dog”, Able Baker Charlie & Dog, Milagrito Records

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  • The Carper Family, “My Old Chevy Van”, Old-Fashioned Gal, Independent

  • John McCutcheon, “The Red Corvette”, Water From Another Time, Rounder

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  • Peter Rowan, “Little Maggie”, “The Cuckoo Bird”, Reggaebilly, Independent

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  • Sultans Of String, “Kitchen Party”, Luna, Independent

  • The Steel Wheels, “Whistle Blows”, “So Long”, No More Rain, Independent

  • Sultans Of String, “Rainflower”, Luna, Independent

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  • Amy Speace, “The Fortunate Ones”, How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat, Wind Bone Records

  • Anthony DaCosta, “Dublin Farewell”, Jack Hardy Tribute Album/Vol. 2, Fast Folk Musical Magazine

  • Amy Speace, “How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat”, How To Sleep In A Stormy Boat, Wind Bone Records

  • Sally Barris, “Let The Wind Chase You”, Wilder Girl, Independent