First broadcast November 15, 2013

New Releases / Remembering Terence Martin

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

A bittersweet night. There is the joy of major new and excellent releases from Linda Thompson and John McCutcheon and a major reissue of the late Dave Van Ronk’s work. But there is also the sadness of marking the second anniversary of the death of gifted singer/songwriter Terence Martin on Nov. 7, 2011. Terence appeared often on Profiles in Folk with his musical sidekick Dan Bonis, but more important delighted audiences in the Northeast with his lyrical poetry and intense songs.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Donna Hebert & Max Cohen, “Bonnie Kate’s Jig/Gwendolyn’s Jig”, Orange On Blue, Independent

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  • Dave Van Ronk, “Dink’s Song”, “House Of The Rising Sun”, Down In Washington Square, Smithsonian Folkways

  • Linda Thompson, “Love’s For Babies And Fools”, “If I Were A Bluebird”, Won’t Be Long Now, Pettifer Sounds

  • John McCutcheon, “Forgotten”, “Nothing Like You”, 22 Days, Appalsongs

  • Linda Thompson, “Never The Bride”, Won’t Be Long Now, Pettifer Sounds

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  • Dave Van Ronk, “Another Time And Place”, Down In Washington Square, Smithsonian Folkways

  • John McCutcheon & Stuart Duncan, “Adagio In A Minor”, 22 Days, Appalsongs

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  • Terence Martin & Dan Bonis, “Sleep Faster”, Live In WSHU’s Studio A / 2005, Paul Litwinovich Recording

  • Terence Martin, “Kitchen Table Look”, Field Recordings, Morning Bread Records

  • Terence Martin & Dan Bonis, “Between The Thunder And The Light”, Live In WSHU’s Studio A / 2005, Paul Litwinovich Recording

  • Terence Martin, “Where It All Begins”, Lost Hills, Good Dog Records

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  • Dan Bonis, “Steel Rail Nightingale”, “Deep Ellum”, The Lost Green Valley, Independent

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  • Mist Covered Mountains, “The Parting Glass”, This Distant Shore, Independent

  • Donna Hebert & Max Cohen, “Da Slockit Light”, Orange On Blue, Independent