Friday, April 11, 2014

Playlist: Folk Roots/Folk Branches - April 12-18, 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.

April 12-18, 2014

Theme: Bible Stories.

Maria Muldaur- Adam and Eve had the Blues
Sweet and Slow (Stony Plain)

Geoff Bartley- Noah’s Ark
One Kind Word (Magic Crow)
Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen- Mr. & Mrs. Noah
Berrymania (Compass Rose)
Eliza Gilkyson- The Ark
The Nocture Diaries (Red House)
Andrew Calhoun- Open the Window Noah
Bound to Go (Waterbug)
LaVern Baker- Didn’t It Rain
Only the Best of LaVern Baker (Collectables)

Kim & Reggie Harris- Go Down Moses
Steal Away: Songs of the Underground Railroad (Appleseed)
Odetta- Moses, Moses
One Grain of Sand (Vanguard)
The Klezmatics- Moses Smote the Water
Brother Moses Smote the Water (Pirahna)
Jesse Winchester- Pharaoh’s Army
Learn to Love It (Stony Plain)
Bon Franke- Walkin’ in the Wilderness
The Desert Questions (Telephone Pole)

Sister Rosetta Tharpe- Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho
Gospel Train (Verve)
Rev. Gary Davis- Samson and Delilah
Harlem Street Singer (Prestige/Bluesville)
Bessie Jones- Daniel in the Lion’s Den
Put Your Hand on Your Hip and Let Your Backbone Slip (Rounder)
Short Sisters- Shadrack
Live from Four States (Black Socks Press)
Louis Armstrong- Jonah and the Whale
Louis and the Good Book (Verve)

Shelley Posen- Shepherd
Menorah: Songs from a Jewish Life (Well Done Music)
Bruce Springsteen- Jacob’s Ladder
We Shall Overcome: The Seeger Sessions (Columbia)

This show can be heard at on:

Saturday, April 12 – 10-11 am
Sunday, April 13 – 10-11 am
Monday, April 14 – 9-10 pm
Tuesday, April 15 – 9-10 pm
Wednesday, April 16 – 11 pm-12 am
Thursday, April 17 – 11 pm-12 am
Friday, April 18 – 11 pm-12 am.

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

Next week: Remembering Jesse Winchester.

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--Mike Regenstreif

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