An Autumn Cornucopia

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

There’s no real theme this week, just plenty of musical variety featuring new and old selections. The program opens where we left off last week with hammered dulcimer music and then moves into a half hour of music for kids and adults alike, a throwback to when we once aired at an earlier hour when the younger set were also listeners. The remainder of the program highlights material from recent and old discs new to the Profiles in Folk library.

Long Time Courting and Stephen Humphries are appearing in our broadcast area this weekend.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Dan Landrum/Stephen Humphries, “St. Basil’s Fortress”, “Playground”, Landrum & Humphries, Independent


  • Ann Zimmerman, “Meadowlark”, “Crocodile!”, Meadowlark, A-Z Music

  • Joel Mabus, “Leather Wing Bat”, “Joke On The Puppy”, Pepper’s Ghost, Fossil Records

  • Art Thieme, “When I Was A Cowboy/Roy & Trigger”, “Gene & Champion/Ridin’ Down The Canyon/Cowboy’s Lament”, Chicago Town & Points West, Folk-Legacy

  • Ann Zimmerman, “Pop! Goes The Weasel”, Meadowlark, A-Z Music


  • Long Time Courting, “Barbara Allen”, “Polska Efter Elias Tallari”, Alternate Routes, Independent


  • Martin Simpson w/ June Tabor, “Strange Affair”, Purpose + Grace, Topic Records

  • Martin Simpson w/ Fay Hield, “Bad Girl’s Lament”, Purpose + Grace, Topic Records

  • Fay Hield & The Hurricane Party, “The Weaver’s Daughter”, Orfeo, Topic Records

  • Martin Simpson, “The Sheffield Apprentice”, Purpose + Grace, Topic Records


  • John Wesley Harding, “The Splendid Life”, Sings To A Small Guitar/Vol. 1, Popover Records

  • John Wesley Harding w/ Roseanne Cash, “Good News (& Bad News)”, Sounds Of His Own Voice, Yep Roc

  • Paddy Mills, “Penobscot Bay”, “Since The Big Box Came To Town”, Race To The Bottom, Ormal Nye

  • John Wesley Harding, “Dear Lawyer”, Sings To A Small Guitar/Vol. 1, Popover Records


  • Long Time Courting, “Rose Of Sharon”, Alternate Routes, Independent

  • Dan Landrum/Stephen Humphries, “Unknown Lullaby”, Landrum & Humphries, Independent