First broadcast February 28, 2014

Still More New Releases — And A Few Old Friends

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

The second of two consecutive programs to work through the cream of the steadily increasing stack of new folk and acoustic releases that arrive weekly at WSHU Public Radio. I’m in a bluegrass and blues mode with this program, separated by the wonderful world music of listener favorite Loreena McKennitt and new discovery Ana Alcaide of Spain. Along the way I returned to a few cuts from the past to celebrate the reunion tour of Nickel Creek and boost the upcoming New Haven appearance of Profiles favorite Burning Bridget Cleary.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Nickel Creek, “Scotch & Chocolate”, Why Should The Fire Die?, Sugar Hill

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  • Jim Faddis, “One More Ride”, One More Ride, Independent

  • Laurie Lewis, “My True Love Loves Me”, One Evening In May, Spruce & Maple Music

  • Del McCoury Band, “Butler Brothers”, “I Need More Time”, The Streets Of Baltimore, McCoury Music

  • Laurie Lewis, “The Crooked Miles”, One Evening In May, Spruce & Maple Music

  • Jim Faddis, “Slow Train”, One More Ride, Independent

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  • Laurie Lewis, “With Me Wherever I Go”, One Evening In May, Spruce & Maple Music

  • Del McCoury Band, “Only You”, The Streets Of Baltimore, McCoury Music

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  • Nickel Creek, “Tomorrow Is A Long Time”, “First And Last Waltz”, Why Should The Fire Die?, Sugar Hill

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  • Burning Bridget Cleary, “Where’s Pete?”, Totes For Goats, Independent

  • Burning Bridget Cleary, “Two Sisters”, Pressed For Time, Independent

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  • Loreena McKennitt, “As I Roved Out”, “All Souls Night”, The Journey So Far, Quinlan Road

  • Ana Alcaide, “Dancing By The Sea”, “La Cantiga del Fuego”, La Cantiga Del Fuego, Arc Music

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  • Lisa Biales, “Sad Sad Sunday”, Belle Of The Blues, Big Song Music

  • Brooks Williams, “Mercury Blues”, New Everything, Red Guitar Blues Music

  • Lisa Biales, “Baby Won’t You Please Come Home”, Belle Of The Blues, Big Song Music