First broadcast August 14, 2015

Summer Songs / A Summer’s Stroll Down Memory Lane

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

I’ve been programming mostly new releases during the past month, so for this program I decided to dip back into the archives for an hour of summer songs from the United Kingdom and then an hour featuring a handful of performers who were instrumental in the folk revival of the 1960s and 70s, although the recordings are of recent vintage.

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Brian Perkins, “Shipping Forecast”, Guide Cats For The Blind, Osmosys

  • Home Service, “The Encounter”, All Through The Year, Green Linnet

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  • Fairport Convention, “The Dancer”, Summer Folk, Talking Elephant Records

  • The Albion Band, “The Grand Circle Dance”, Summer Folk, Talking Elephant Records

  • Cecil Sharp Centenary Collective, “Among The New-Mown Hay”, As I Cycled Out On A May Morning,

  • Talking Elephant, , ,

  • Graeme Taylor, “The Approach”, All Through The Year, Green Linnet

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  • Ric Sanders, “Calm Waters”, Still Waters, Talking Elephant

  • Jim Malcolm, “The Lea Rig”, Home, Beltane Records

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  • Cecil Sharp Centenary Collective, “The Crab Fish”, As I Cycled Out On A May Morning, Talking Elephant

  • The Morris On Band, “I’ll Go And ’List For A Sailor”, Morris On The Road, Talking Elephant

  • Kimber’s Men, “Maryport Springtime”, Seaside Folk, Talking Elephant

  • Ric Sanders, “Portmeirion”, Still Waters, Talking Elephant

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  • Peter Paul & Mary, “You Can Tell The World”, “Give Yourself To Love”, DISCOVERED: Live In Concert

  • Warner Brothers/Rhino, , ,

  • Phil Ochs, “Power And The Glory”, “Changes”, Live Again!, Rock Beat Records

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  • Tom Rush, “The Remember Song”, Judy Collins Wildflower Festival, Wildflower

  • Tom Rush, “No Regrets/Rockport Sunday”, Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years of Music, Appleseed

  • Arlo Guthrie, “Mooses Come Walking”, Judy Collins Wildflower Festival, Wildflower

  • Judy Collins, “Cats In The Cradle”, Judy Collins Wildflower Festival, Wildflower

  • Eric Andersen, “Blue River”, Judy Collins Wildflower Festival, Wildflower

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  • Mark Louis Miller, “Moving In Place”, One Lane Bridge, Independent