First broadcast May 9, 2014

A Musical Bouquet For Mom

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

Sunday marks the 100th anniversary of President Woodrow Wilson designating the second Sunday in May as “Mother’s Day.” This is a program that opens with a gentle musical bouquet for mom from two former Profiles guests who utilize the sweet sounds of Appalachian dulcimer in their song making. It then kicks into high gear with a tribute to moms, including pieces written by musicians specifically for their moms or wives and examining the arduous task of mothering.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Ken Kolodner, “Tom Morrison’s Hornpipe/The Home Ruler”, Walking Stones, Fenchurch Music

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  • Leo Kretzner, “Flowers Of Spring”, “Vincent & Renee”, Not So Still Life, Heartwood Records

  • David Massengill, “Rider On An Orphan Train”, The Return, Plump Records

  • David Massengill, “Fairfax County”, The Songwriter Exchange, Stash Records

  • Leo Kretzner, “Blue’s Air/Miles From Home”, Not So Still Life, Heartwood Records

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  • Lonesome Standard Time, “Mother The Queen Of My Heart”, Mother/Queen Of My Heart, Sugar Hill

  • Seldom Scene, “The Sweetest Gift”, Mother/Queen Of My Heart, Sugar Hill

  • Sally Rogers, “The Mother Song/Turnaround”, Love Will Guide Us, Flying Fish

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  • John Whelan, “My Balingarry Lady”, From The Heart, Jar Productions

  • Sara Thomsen, “Renaissance Woman”. Somewhere To Begin, Independent,

  • Iris DeMent, “Mama’s Opry”, Infamous Angel, Warner Brothers

  • Claudia Schmidt, “Jane’s Gone”, “Jane’s A-Round”, New Whirled Order, Red House

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  • Lynn Hollyfield, “Mostly Wild”, In The Balance, Independent

  • Ben Bedford, “Migrant Mother”, Lincoln’s Man, Hopeful Sky Records

  • Anne Hills, “Mother”, The Things I Notice Now, Appleseed

  • Carey Creed, “You’ve Got A Home”, Small Braveries, Azalea City

  • Kim & Reggie Harris, “When Mom Left Us Here”, Resurrection Day, Appleseed

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  • Peter Ostroushko, “Marjorie’s Waltz”, When The Last Morning Glory Blooms, Red House