Thursday, February 25, 2021

Saturday Morning with Mike Regenstreif – CKCU – Saturday February 27, 2021

Saturday Morning is an eclectic roots-oriented program on CKCU in Ottawa heard live on Saturday mornings from 7 until 10 am (Eastern time) and then available for on-demand streaming. I am one of the four rotating hosts of Saturday Morning and base my programming on the Folk Roots/Folk Branches format I developed at CKUT in Montreal.

CKCU can be heard live at 93.1 FM in Ottawa and on the web.

This episode of Saturday Morning was prerecorded at home and can already be streamed on-demand at …


Q&A- Redbird
One More Folk Thing (Sonic Peach Music)

Alison Brown featuring Keb' Mo'- What’s Going Om
The Song of the Banjo (Compass)
Emma's Revolution with Reggie Harris- Our People Gonna Rise
Our People Gonna Rise – single (Moving Forward Music)
Reggie Harris- It’s Who We Are
On Solid Ground (Reggie Harris Music)

Anne Hills- Accidental August                                                                                                    Accidental August (Hand & Heart Music)
Moira Smiley & Voco- Dressed in Yellow
In Our Voices (Moira Smiley Music)
Ellis Paul- Angel from Montgomery
Ellis Paul’s Traveling Medicine Show Vol. 1 (Rosella)
Maria Dunn- Don’t Think You are Forgotten
Joyful Banner Blazing (Distant Whisper)

Joni Mitchell- Play Little David
Archives – Volume 1: The Early Years (1963-1967) (Rhino)
David Rea- Kindlin’ Wood/Things are Coming My Way
X 7 (Gitsu)
Steel Rail- Paper Girl
Coming Home (Crossties)

Bonnie Dobson- JB’s Song
Take Me for a Walk in the Morning Dew (Hornbeam)
Chaim Tannenbaum- London, Longing for Home
Chaim Tannenbaum (StorySound)

Extended Feature: Songs of Jelly Roll Morton (1890-1941). Jelly Roll Morton, whose real name was Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe, was a pianist, singer, songwriter from New Orleans who was steeped in traditional music and was one of the first important composers in jazz. The next 16 songs were from Jelly Roll Morton's repertoire.

Dave Van Ronk- Mamie’s Blues
Sunday Street (Philo)
Dave Van Ronk- The Pearls
Sunday Street (Philo)
Leon Redbone- Winin’ Boy Blues
Double Time (Warner Bros.)
Jelly Roll Morton- Mr. Jelly Lord
Anamule Dance: The Library of Congress Recordings, Volume 2 (Rounder)
Andrew Homzy Ensemble- Black Bottom Stomp
Homage to Jelly Roll Morton (DSM)

Dr. John
- Milneburg Joys
Goin’ Back to New Orleans (Warner Bros.)
Wynton Marsalis- King Porter Stomp
Swinging Into the 21st (Columbia)
Dr. John & Danny Barker- I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say
Goin’ Back to New Orleans (Warner Bros.)
Jelly Roll Morton- Don’t You Leave Me Here
Last Sessions: The Complete General Recordings (GRP)
Billy Novick's Blue Syncopators- Wild Man Blues
Music from The Great Gatsby (Billy Novick)

Saffire-The Uppity Blues Women- Sweet Substitute
Old, New, Borrowed & Blue (Alligator)
Amos Garrett- Michigan Water Blues
Acoustic Album (Stony Plain)
Jelly Roll Morton- Shake It
Last Sessions: The Complete General Recordings (GRP)
Dirty Dozen Jazz Band- Kansas City Stomp
Jelly (Columbia)
Paul Geremia- Dr. Jazz
Love My Stuff (Red House)

Jelly Roll Morton- Original Jelly Roll Blues
Birth of the Hot (RCA Bluebird)

Laura Smith- If I Were a Bell
As Long As I’m Dreaming (Borealis)
Susie Arioli- Beyond the Sea
Night Lights (Spectra)
Mark J. Nyvlt with Jennifer Maines- Russian Lullaby
This ‘n’ That (Mark J. Nyvlt)
The Klezmatics- Shushan Purim
Apikorsim/Heretics (World Village)

Eva Cassidy- People Get Ready
Simply Eva (Blix Street)
The Sojourners- Eyes On the Prize
Hold On (Black Hen)
Penny Lang- Let Me Fly
Stone + Sand + Sea + Sky (Borealis)
The Band- Daniel and the Sacred Harp
Stage Fright: 50th Anniversary Edition (Capitol)

Marc Nerenberg- Times Ain’t Nuthin’ Like They Used to Be
Times Ain’t Nuthin’ Like They Used to Be (Marc Nerenberg)
Kim Richey, Linda McRae & Doug Cox- When the Black Clouds Roll
The Banff Sessions: Music & Songs Inspired by the Photos of Dorthea Lange (Kim Richey, Linda McRae & Doug Cox)
Katie Oates- Luray Women
We Go On: Si Kahn’s Songs of Hope in Hard Times (Hollow Reed Arts Recordings)

Bobby Dove- Golden Years
Hopeless Romantic (Bobby Dove)
Annabelle Chvostek- Walls
String of Pearls (Annabelle Chvostek)

Becky Buller- Inglewood Upon Stratford
Distance and Time (Dark Shadow Recording)

I’ll be hosting Saturday Morning next on March 27. I also host Stranger Songs on CKCU every Tuesday from 3:30-5 pm.

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--Mike Regenstreif

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