Folk Alley Radio Show #190502

This week on Folk Alley, in hour one, we celebrate Pete Seeger’s 100th birthday with tracks from Nanci Griffith, The Mammals, and the man himself; also an exclusive Folk Alley Session from this year’s 30A Songwriters Festival featuring Caroline Spence performing songs from her new album, ‘Mint Condition’; new music from The Small Glories and Driftwood; plus favorites from Jeffrey Foucault, Kris Delmhorst, David Myles, Donna the Buffalo, and more.

In hour two of Folk Alley, new music from Ellis Paul and Bruce Springsteen; exclusive Beehive Field Recordings featuring Taarka and Little Nora Brown; a fishing set by Dave “Snaker” Ray, Leo Kottke, and the Joel Rafael Band; and more

{{Audio for the episode is no longer available.}}


Artist – Title – Album – Label

Hour One:

Pete Seeger – This Land Is Your Land – The Smithsonian Folkways Collection – Smithsonian Folkways

Pete Seeger – My Dirty Stream (The Hudson River Song) – The Smithsonian Folkways Collection – Smithsonian Folkways

Nanci Griffith – If I Had A Hammer – Other Voices Too – Elektra

The Mammals (Pete Seeger) – Industrial Park – Evolver – Humble Abode

Caroline Spence – Mint Condition – Folk Alley Exclusive-Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival – Folk Alley Exclusive

Caroline Spence – Long Haul – Folk Alley Exclusive-Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival – Folk Alley Exclusive

Caroline Spence – Sit Here and Love Me – Folk Alley Exclusive-Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival – Folk Alley Exclusive

Jeffrey Foucault – Pretty Hands – Blood Brothers – Blueblade Records

Kris Delmhorst – Temporary Existence – Folk Alley Sessions – Folk Alley Exclusive

The Small Glories – Of My Love – Assiniboine and the Red – Red House

Harry Manx & Kevin Breit – Don’t Swim, Float – In Good We Trust – StonyPlain

David Myles – Real Love – Real Love – Little Tiny Records

Driftwood – Lay Like You Do – Tree of Shade – Driftwood

Donna the Buffalo – Beauty Within – Silverlined – SUG

Hour Two:

Steep Canyon Rangers – Let Me Out of This Town – Out In the Open – Ramseur Records

Rodney Crowell – Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight – Acoustic Classics – RC1 Records

Ellis Paul – I Ain’t No Jesus – The Storyteller’s Suitcase – Rosella Records

Jorma Kaukonen – I Am the Light of This World – Quah – RelixRecor

Taarka – Woman of Clay – Beehi8ve Field Recordings – Beehive Productions

Little Nora Brown – Morphine – Beehive Field Recordings: Pewter Sessions at The Hoot – Beehive Productions

Dave Ray – Catfish Blues – Legacy – Red House Records

Leo Kottke – A Trout Toward Noon – A Shout Toward Noon – Privatemus

Joel Rafael Band – Talking Fishing Blues – Woodeye – Inside

Bruce Springsteen – Hello Sunshine – Western Stars – Columbia Records

Aimee Mann – Reason To Believe – Badlands: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen’s Nebraska – Sub Pop

Mandolin Orange – House of Stone – This Side of Jordan – Yep Roc Records

The Byrds – Turn, Turn, Turn – Turn! Turn! Turn! – Columbia

Pete Seeger (live) – Where Have All the Flowers Gone – Live in ’65 – appleseed Recordings

Folk Alley’s weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from Folk Alley via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Supported By