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Folktales (Other)

Armed w/ a weekly topic that is common to many (may be character traits, work & lifestyles, stages of life, seasonal celebrations et al.), we travel the world of folk music & customs that illustrate it.

Wed Sep 28th 2016 8.00pm–9.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links help support the station.

Time zone: eastern

8:56pm

Allan & Ashcraft “Cornfields”
from Allan & Ashcraft (A&A)

8:50pm

Obo Addy “Evening At Kaneshie Market”
from The Rhythm of Which a Chief Walks Gracefully (Earthbeat! Records 2006)

8:55pm

Rumillajta “Mujeres y Ninos”
from Alma del Sur (Narada)

8:42pm

Tudjaat “Qingauiit”
from A Native American Odyssey (Putumayo)

8:38pm

Telek “Midal”
from Gardens of Eden (Putumayo)

8:44pm

Liu Fang “The Four Seasons & Picking Flowers”
from World Music Sampler Vol. 2 (Oliver Sudden Productions)

8:42pm

Cuban Ensemble “Musica Campesina”
from Voyage Musical (Ethnic)

8:39pm

Harry Belafonte “JAMAICA FAREWELL”
from Sing Your Song: The Music (Sony Masterworks 2011)

8:25pm

Calic “Attinde”
from Italian Musical Odyssey (Putumayo)

8:23pm

Barry Phillips “Byss-Calle's Ridmarsch”
from Trad. (Barry Phillips 2005)

8:16pm

Mediaeval Baebes “Star Of The Sea”
from Mirabilis (Nettwerk 2005)

8:13pm

Le Vent du Nord “Vive L'Amour”
from Quebec (Putumayo 2006)

8:06pm

Collecting Consort “Aman Polka”
from Heritage (Collecting Consort)

8:01pm

Jean Richie “There Lived an Old Lord (used for 5 minute fill)”
from Classic Folk Music from Smithsonian Folkways (Smithsonian Folkways 2004)

8:00pm

Kevin Burke “Medley: Love At the Endings / John McGrath's Reel (used for billboard)”
from Sweeney's Dream (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings 2001)


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