Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Saturday Morning with Mike Regenstreif – CKCU – Saturday March 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 …


Michael Johnathon- Sunday Morning
The Painter (PoetMan)

Jesse Winchester- I Wave Bye Bye
Gentleman of Leisure (Sugar Hill)
Steel Rail- Flow River Flow
Coming Home (Crossties)
Dave Clarke- Until We Meet Again
The Healing Garden (Crossties)
Chris Rawlings & Anne Lederman- I Want to Hear You Sing
A Whistle, a Tune, a Song and a Dance (Cooking Fat Music)

Liz Simmons- Night in the City
Poets (Morgana Music)
Becky Buller- Woodstock
Distance and Time (Dark Shadow Recording)
Joni Mitchell- Born to Take the Highway
Archives – Volume 1: The Early Years (1963-1967) (Rhino)
Alice Howe- A Case of You
A Case of You – single (Alice Howe)
Lisa Jeanette- Darling of the Muses
Jellyfish on the Moon (Lisa Jeanette Music)

Michael Smith- The Dutchman
Such Things are Finely Done (Tales from the Tavern)
Eric Taylor- Visitors from Indiana
Eric Taylor (Watermelon)
David Olney- Jerusalem Tomorrow
The Stone (Deadbeet)
Tim Grimm- Dreaming of King Lear
Gone (Vault)

- Which Side Are You On?
When We Stand Together (Longtail Records)
Michael J. Miles featuring Zahra Glenda Baker- Which Side Are You On? Dilemma
Mississippi River Suite/Which Side Are You On? (Right Turn On Red Music)
Ellis Paul- $20 Bill (For George Floyd)
Ellis Paul’s Traveling Medicine Show Vol. 1 (Rosella)
Michael J. Miles featuring Zahra Glenda Baker- Which Side Are You On? Enough
Mississippi River Suite/Which Side Are You On? (Right Turn On Red Music)
Marc Nerenberg- Ain’t Gonna Study War No More (Down By the Riverside)
Times Ain’t Nuthin’ Like They Used to Be (Marc Nerenberg)

New Moon Jelly Roll Freedom Rockers- Blues for Yesterday
Volume 2 (Stony Plain)
Diana Braithwaite & Chris Whiteley- Careless Love
Blues Stories (Big City Blues)
Vince Halfhide- Memphis Rounder
Vince Halfhide (Vince Halfhide)
Katie Oates- Bury Me On Beale Street
We Go On: Si Kahn’s Songs of Hope in Hard Times (Hollow Reed Arts Recordings)
Junior Wells- Cha Cha Cha in Blue
Junior’s Wails: Singles As & Bs 1953-1961 (Jasmine)

Maggie & Terre Roche- Jill of All Trades
Where Do I Come From: Selected Songs (StorySound)
Suzzy Roche & Lucy Wainwright Roche- Jane
I Can Still Hear You (StorySound)
Laura Smith- One Woman
As Long As I’m Dreaming (Borealis)
Jane Voss- Free at Last (Let Me Find My Wings)
Farther Down the Road (Ripple)

Anne Hills- Acquainted with the Night
Accidental August (Hand & Heart Music)
Dulcie Taylor- First Kiss
Rediscovered (Mesa/Bluemoon Recordings)
Annabelle Chvostek- Je t’ai vue hier soir (I Saw You Last Night)
String of Pearls (Annabelle Chvostek)
Rod Abernethy- Just Around the Corner
Normal Isn’t Normal Anymore (Songs From Downstairs Records)

Willie Dunn- The Ballad of Crowfoot
Creation Never Sleeps, Creation Never Dies: The Willie Dunn Anthology (Light in the Attic)

Frank London with Karim Sulayman
- Amore en
Ghetto Songs (Felmay)
Frank London with Karim Sulayman & Cantor Seta Kundish- O dolcezz’amarissime
Ghetto Songs (Felmay)
Frank London with Cantor Seta Kundish – Minutn fun bitokhn
Ghetto Songs (Felmay)
Bob Jensen- The Partisan
For the Sake of the Song (Bob Jensen)

Rod MacDonald- In Every Dream
Boulevard (Blue Flute Music)
John Gorka- I Can’t Do Crazy (Anymore)
Willie Nile Uncovered (Paradiddle)
Anna Elizabeth Laube- Sweet Boy from Minnesota
Annamania (Continental Song City)
Reid Jamieson- Everyday People
Songs of 69 (Reid Jamieson)

Jimmy Yancey- Yancey Stomp
Blues & Boogie (Cherry Red)

I’ll be hosting Saturday Morning next on April 24. I also host Stranger Songs on CKCU every Tuesday from 3:30-5 pm.

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--Mike Regenstreif

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