Thursday, March 27, 2014

Playlist: Folk Roots/Folk Branches - March 29-April 4, 2014

Folk Roots/Folk Branches with Mike Regenstreif is a thematic program streamed on the radio service at Roots Music Canada. –

A new show debuts every Saturday and repeats daily through the rest of the week.

March 29-April 4, 2014

Theme: Songs of Gordon Lightfoot.

Frank Christian- Did She Mention My Name
Mister So and So (Palmetto)
Connie Kaldor- If You Could Read My Mind
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Borealis/NorthernBlues)
Ian & Sylvia- For Lovin’ Me
Early Morning Rain (Vanguard)
Bob Dylan- Early Morning Rain
Self Portrait (Columbia)

Tony Rice- Sixteen Miles
Tony Rice Sings Gordon Lightfoot (Rounder)
Maria Muldaur- That Same Old Obsession
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Borealis/NorthernBlues)
Rick Fines- Ribbon of Darkness
Solar Powered (Rick Fines)

Ronnie Hawkins- Home from the Forest
Greatest Hits (Trilogy)
Mundy's Bay Grog League- Ode to Big Blue
Songs of the Sea (Back Porch)
Frida's Brow- The Way I Feel
Frida’s Brow (Frida’s Brow)
Jesse Winchester- Sundown
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Borealis/NorthernBlues)

George Hamilton IV- Mountains and Maryanne
My North Country Home (Bear Family)
Nanci Griffith- Ten Degrees and Getting Colder
Other Voices/Other Rooms (Elektra)
J.P. Cormier- Steel Rail Blues
The Long River: A Personal Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Flash Publishing)

James Keelaghan- Canadian Railroad Trilogy
Beautiful: A Tribute to Gordon Lightfoot (Borealis/NorthernBlues)

Pictured: Gordon Lightfoot at the 2013 Ottawa Folk Festival. (Photo: Mike Regenstreif)

This show can be heard at on:

Saturday, March 29 – 10-11 am
Sunday, March 30 – 10-11 am
Monday, March 31 – 9-10 pm
Tuesday, April 1 – 9-10 pm
Wednesday, April 2 – 11 pm-12 am
Thursday, April 3 – 11 pm-12 am
Friday, April 4 – 11 pm-12 am.

The times listed are Eastern Daylight Time. Please adjust the schedule for whatever time zone you’re in.

Next week: The folk roots of jazz and the jazz branches of folk.

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--Mike Regenstreif

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