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Thu May 25th 2017 8.00pm–10.00pm

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Time zone: central

9:57pm

The Weavers “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream (1963)”
from Wasn't That a Time Vol. 3: 1960-1963 (Vanguard 1993) —by Ed McCurdy

9:54pm

Doc Watson and the Boys “The Girl I Love”
from Doc & the Boys (UA)

9:50pm

Doc Watson and the Boys “Can't Help But Wonder Where I”
from Doc & the Boys (UA)

9:47pm

Brownie McGee and Sonny Terry “If You Lose Your Money”
from Folk Song America Vol. 2 (Sony)

9:43pm

The Beatles “For You, Blue”
from Let It Be…Naked (Apple 2003)

9:40pm

The Tarriers “The Banana Boat Song”
from Washington Sq. Memoirs (Rhino 2001)

9:37pm

Peter Paul & Mary “All My Trials”
from In the Wind LP (WB 1963)

9:35pm

Gateway Singers “This Little Light of Mine”
from Folk Song America VOl. 2 (Smith/Folk 1991)

9:32pm

The Freedom Singers “I Love Your Dog, I Love Me Dog”
from Newport Broadsides LP (Vanguard 1964)

9:22pm

Koerner, Ray & Glover “What's the Matter with the Mill”
from Lots More Blues, Rags, & Hollers (Elektra 1964) —Next in Folk Revival series: MN Revival!

9:19pm

Jim Kweskin Jug Band “Beetle-Um-Bum”
from Greatest Hits (Vanguard 1963)

9:16pm

The Even Dozen Jug Band “Take Your Fingers Off It”
from The Even Dozen Jug Band LP (Elektra 1963)

9:10pm

The Big Three “Wild Women, Feat. Cass Elliott 1963”
from Creeque Alley: The History of the Mamas & Papas Single (MCA 1991)

9:07pm

The Four Lads “Istanbul, Not Constantinople” Single (Columbia 1953)

9:03pm

The Journeymen (they grew up loving The Four Freshmen) “Dark as a Dungeon (mining ballad) Consider: "Old Joe Clark's Blues"”
from Coming Attraction Live! (at the Padded Cell in Mpls!) (Capitol 1962) —members: John Phillips (later in Mamas & Papas) Scott McKenzie ("If You're Going to San Francisco…") & Eric Weissberg ("Dueling Banjos" in "Deliverence")

9:00pm

The Modern Folk Quartet “Jordan's River”
from Changes (Warner Brothers 1964) —spiritual by Carter family named for river in the Mideast

8:58pm

The Highwaymen “The Sinking of the Reuben James, by Woody Guthrie”
from CC-82 #10 The Sinking of The Reuben James (UA 1964) —first US naval ship sunk by German sub in WWII, off Iceland, 1943.

8:55pm

The Mitchell Trio “Lucy Baines”
from That's The Way It's Gonna Be LP (Mercury 1965) —kept name, Chad Mitchell gone, first w/ John Denver

8:52pm

The Kingston Trio “Greenback Dollar”
from CC-82 #21 (Capitol 1963)

8:49pm

The Brothers Four “Greenfields”
from Greenfields & Other Favorites (Folk Era 1997)

8:46pm

The Brothers Four “Eddystone Light”
from The Brothers Four LP (Colunbia 1959)

8:40pm

Odetta/Harry Belafonte “I've Been Driving”
from Washington Sq. Memoirs (Rhino 2001)

8:35pm

The Kingston Trio “Molly Dee”
from Washington Square Memoirs (Here We Go Again 1959) —Their "Tom Dooley" (fr old singer, Frank Proffitt) triggered the revival in 1958

8:32pm

The Wayfarers “Hava Netze (Israeli folk song for dancing the Hora)”
from Wandering with the Wayfarers (RCA 1957) —sought music fr around the world, novelty, not authentic, but broadened interest...

8:30pm

The Limeliters “Lonesome Traveler (everybody did this song at the time!)”
from Folk Song America Vol. 3 (Smith/Folk 1991) —Operatic baritone made time in his recital schedule...

8:24pm

The Weavers “I Know Where I'm Going”
from Wasn't It Time (Vanguard 1955) —Concert at Carnegie Hall

8:22pm

Peter Paul and Mary “Don't Think Twice, It's All Right”
from Peter Paul & Mary LP (WB 1963)

8:18pm

The Weavers “I've Got a Home in That Rock”
from Wasn't That a Time 1950-1961 (Vanguard 1993)

8:15pm

The Freedom Singers “I Woke Up This Morning”
from Newport Folk Festival Broadsides LP (Vanguard 1964)

8:12pm

The Almanac Singers “Get Thee Behind Me Satan! (1941)”
from Folk Song America Vol. 1 (Smith/Folk 1992) —Lee Hays, Josh White….(pre-Seeger)

8:08pm

The Rooftop Singers “Good Time” LP (Vanguard 1964)

8:05pm

New Lost City Ramblers “Dear Okie”
from Out Standing in Their Field 1962-1965 (Smith Folk 2009) —Tracy Schwarz has repl Tom Paley as lead, song is lk "Olleana" of the west.

8:02pm

New Lost City Ramblers “Sales Tax on the Women (1958)”
from The Early Years 1958-1962 (Smith/Folk 2009) —Tom Paley, lead v. (Mike Seeger, John Cohen)


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