KRVM 91.9FM Eugene

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Acoustic Junction (Music)

With Nancy

Sat Jul 16th 2016 5.00pm–7.00pm

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Time zone: pacific

5:05pm

Francesa Blanchard “Wanderer”
from Duex Visions (2015)

5:12pm

Francesca Blanchard “Rame”
from Deux Visions (Cumbancha 2015)

5:21pm

John Gorka “I Know” (Redhouse Records 1986)

5:28pm

Darryl Purpose “The Meaning of My Love (feat. Eliza Gilkyson)”
from Still the Birds (Blue Rock Records 2016)

5:31pm

Birds Of Chicago “Remember Wild Horses”
from Real Midnight (Five Head Entertainment 2016)

5:36pm

The Flatlanders “dallas”
from The Odessa Tapes (New West Records 2012)

5:39pm

Martyn Joseph “The Luxury of Despair”
from Sanctuary (Pipe Records 2015)

5:42pm

Dolly Parton “If I Had Wings”
from blue smoke (Sony 2014)

5:49pm

Brianna Lane “Prayer to St. Jude”
from Let You In (Pay My Rent Music)

5:54pm

Iris DeMent “When my Morning Comes Around”
from The Way I Should (Warner Bros. 1996)

6:04pm

Cowboy Junkies “To Live Is to Fly”
from Best of Cowboy Junkies (RCA Records Label 1994)

6:10pm

Lakou Mizik “Pran Ka Mwen”
from Wa Di Yo (Cumbancha 2016)

6:13pm

Alice DiMicele “Wise Old Woman”
from Make a Change (Alice Otter Music)

6:18pm

Paul Benoit “The Sailor”
from My Old Clothes (Zebadian 2015)

6:22pm

Infamous Stringdusters “Ladders in the Sky”
from Ladies & Gentlemen (2016)

6:30pm

Francesca Blanchard “Le blues”
from Deux Visions (Cumbancha 2015)

6:33pm

Brett Dennen “Darlin' do Not Fear”
from So Much More (Dual Tone Music Group 2006)

6:40pm

Jackson Browne “Leaving Winslow”
from Standing In the Breach (Inside Recording 2014)

6:44pm

Emmylou Harris “Beyond the Great Divide”
from All I Intended to Be (Nonesuch)

6:48pm

Soweto Gospel Choir “Asimbonanga / Biko”
from Blessed (Shanachie Entertainment Corp. 2004)

6:52pm

Jesse Winchester “That's What Makes You Strong”
from Gentleman of Leisure (Sugar Hill)

6:57pm

Simon & Garfunkel “The Only Living Boy in New York”
from Bridge Over Troubled Water (Columbia 1970)


Like everything else, times are approximate. Spinitron and this station are not liable for errors or omissions.