Folk Alley Radio Show #200806

This week on Folk Alley break out your bell bottoms and enter a time warp with host Elena See for music from 1970. Hear what was popular 50 years ago with songs from Simon & Garfunkel, Odetta, The Staple Singers, Steeleye Span, Pentangle, Joan Baez, Hot Tuna, Arlo Guthrie, and much more!

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Hour One:

Johnny Cash – To Beat The Devil – Hello, I’m Johnny Cash – Columbia

Simon & Garfunkel – Cecilia – Bridge Over Troubled Water – Columbia

Van Morrison – Into the Mystic – Moondance – WarnerBros

Joan Baez – A Song For David – One Day At A Time – Vanguard

Glen Campbell – Try A Little Kindness – Try A Little Kindness – Capitol

The Staple Singers – When Will We Be Paid – We’ll Get Over – Stax

Odetta – Hit Or Miss – Odetta Sings – Polydor

Steeleye Span – Blackleg Miner – Hark! The Village Wait – Shanachie

John Renbourn – Medley:Trotto/Saltarello – The Lady and the Unicorn – Reprise

Pentangle – A Maid That’s Deep In Love – Cruel Sister – Shanachie

Grateful Dead – Cumberland Blues – Workingman’s Dead – Warner Bro

Grateful Dead – Ripple – American Beauty – Warner Bros

Hot Tuna – Know You Rider – Hot Tuna – RCA Victor

Arlo Guthrie – Percy’s Song – Washington County – Koch

Hour Two:

Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young – Teach Your Children – Deja Vu – Atlantic

Joni Mitchell – Big Yellow Taxi – Ladies of the Canyon – Reprise

Nick Drake – One of These Things First – Bryter Layter – Hannibal

Donovan – Changes – Open Road – Epic

Traffic – John Barleycorn – John Barleycorn Must Die – Rhino

Fotheringay – Peace In The End – Fotheringay – Hannibal

Fairport Convention – Walk Awhile – Full House – Hannibal

James Taylor – Blossom – Sweet Baby James – Warner Bro

Kris Kristofferson – Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down – Kristofferson – Monument

Cat Stevens – Where Do the Children Play? – Tea For The Tillerman – A & M

Gordon Bok – The Hills of Isle Au Haut – A Tune for November – Folk Legacy

Gordon Lightfoot – Minstrel of the Dawn – If You Could Read My Mind – Reprise

Bob Dylan – If Not For You – New Morning – Columbia

The Beatles – Let It Be – Let It Be – Apple


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

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