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#19-08: Black History Month, Pt.1
February 20, 2019 05:00 AM PST
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This week on the Sing Out! Radio Magazine Episode 19-08 we begin a two-part feature in honor of Black History Month. We’ll hear classic music from Kim and Reggie Harris, John Jackson, Big Bill Broonzy, The Tennessee Chocolate Drops, Washington Phillips and Lead Belly along with many more. Celebrating the music of Black Americans … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-08: Black History Month Pt.1 Host: Tom Druckenmiller The Sing Out! Radio Magazine is broadcast weekly on the finest public radio stations nationwide and syndicated on iTunes, Stitcher, Podomatic, Bluegrass Planet and on the Sing Out! website www.singout.org Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Earl White Stringband / “Pineywoods” / Earl White Stringband / Self Produced Kim & Reggie Harris / “All My Relations” / In the Heat of the Summer / Folk Era Habib Koite & Eric Bibb / “On My Way to Bamako” / Brothers in Bamako / Stony Plain Cheik Hamala Diabate and Bob Carlin / “Boudafo” / From Mali to America / 5 String John Jackson / “Truckin' Little Baby” / Rappahannock Blues / Smithsonian Folkways Pink Anderson / “Meet Me at the Bottom” / Carolina Medicine Show Hokum and Blues with Baby Tate Folkways De Ford Bailey / “Davidson County Blues” / Harmonica Blues / Yazoo Big Bill Broonzy / “Mississippi River Blues” / The Young Big Bill Broonzy / Yazoo Earl White Stringband / “Big Indian Creek” / Earl White Stringband / Self Produced Mobile Strugglers / “Fattenin' Frogs” / Alabama: Black Country Dance Bands (1924-1949) / Document Tennessee Chocolate Drops / “Vine Street Drag” / Before the Blues Vol.2 / Yazoo Cannon's Jug Stompers / “Bring it with You When You Come” / The Complete Works 1927-1930 / Yazoo Mississippi Sheiks / “She's Crazy About her Lovin'” / Stop and Listen / Yazoo Washington Phillips / “What are They Doing in Heaven Today” / And His Manzarene Dreama / Dust to Digital Blind Willie Johnson / “You're Gonna Need Somebody on Your Bond” / Praise God I'm Satisfyed / Yazoo Lead Belly / “Duncan and Brady” / Classic American Ballads / Smithsonian Folkways Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-07: All For Love
February 13, 2019 06:00 AM PST
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Valentine’s Day in upon us once more. Flowers and chocolates are literally flying off the shelves and there are near riots at card shops. This may be a bit of an overstatement but Valentine's Day remains a very favorite holiday in the U.S. … so for this week selections, we’ll focus on all things “amor.” The holiday first became associated with romantic love in the 14th century in England, and, by the 18th century, the practice of expressing love to one’s partner included the presentation of flowers, confectionery items and sending heart shaped cards. As our valentine to you, we’ll share songs of love from a more recent era … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-07: All for Love Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Bare Necessities / “Take A Dance” / Take A Dance / Flying Fish Leo Kottke / “Born To Be With You” / Ice Water / Capitol Laura Boosinger / “I Love You So Much It Hurts” / Let Me Linger / Laura's Label Floyd Domino's All-Stars / “Honeysuckle Rose” / Floyd Domino's All-Stars / Golliber Simon Mayer / “The Girl with the Flaxen Hair” / The Art of Mandolin / Acoustic Records Carpenter & May / “Ewe Can Work it Out” / Carpenter & May / Violin Shop Shawn Lane & Richard Bennett / “Shady Grove” / Land and Harbor / Bonfire The Once / “Can't Help Falling in Love” / Departures / Nettwerk Bare Necessities / “Fandango” / Take A Dance / Flying Fish Paul Simon / “Kathy's Song” / The Paul Simon Songbook / Columbia Legacy Sheila Kay Adams / “Say Darlin' Say” / My Dearest Dear / Granny Dell The Piedmont Melody Makers / “Are You Lonesome Tonight?” / Wonderful World Outside / Vigortone Sophie Buskin / “When I Need You Most of All” / Sweet Creature / Snowpea Pumpkin Bob Dylan / “To Be Alone With You” / Nashville Skyline / Columbia Finest Kind / “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” / Silks & Spices / Fallen Angle Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-06: The Jumping Flea
February 06, 2019 05:00 AM PST
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The past month in much of the country has been a study in contrast as far as the weather is concerned. We have been unseasonably warm alternating with bone chilling cold temperatures with wind chills way below zero ... the perfect time to feature our 50th state’s instrument, the ukulele (or “jumping flea” as translated from the Hawaiian). This show features the instrument as it fits within an ensemble rather than as a soloist. The ukulele was developed in the 1880s, and was brought to Hawaii by Portuguese immigrants to the island. It was introduced to the mainland U.S. at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition held in San Francisco in 1917, with live performances by George E. K. Awai and his Royal Hawaiian Quartet. The popularity of the Quartet let to a rash of new music featuring the ukulele from Tin Pan Alley tunesmiths. It was also an icon of the jazz age, and became an accompanying instrument in old-time music. The ukulele has made an amazing comeback in recent years. A friend of mine who runs a music store can't keep them in stock, and one of my banjo students builds wonderful one of a kind instruments and ships them nationwide. We focus on one of the smallest of the fretted instruments … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-06: The Jumping Flea Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Mike Bryant & Paul Brown / “Little Black Moustace” / Mike Bryant & Paul Brown / Old-Time Tiki Parlour Hawaiian Serenaders / “Honolulu Stomp” / Hula Blues / Rounder Stuart Fuchs / “Iwao's Blues-Me Or Uke Blues” / Stukulele / Stukulele Music The Jake Leg Jug Band / “Shake It and Break It” / Cotton Mouth / Opra Sounds Memphis Ukulele Band / “I Can Help” / The Memphis Ukulele Band / Blue Barrel Sam Bartlett / “Dave Likes Rum” / Evil Diane / Stuntology Joel Mabus / “Thank A Teacher” / Time & Truth / Fossil The Springtails / “Look At Miss Ohio” / Rain Or Shine / Bugaboo Mike Bryant & Paul Brown / “Sandy River” / Mike Bryant & Paul Brown / Old-Time Tiki Parlour Bill and the Belles / “Oh Johnny Oh” / Dreamsongs, Etc. / Jalopy Gerald Ross / “Runaway” / Ukulele Hit Parade / Uketone Hula Honeys / “You're at a Lu'au Now” / A Hui Hou / Community Music Del Rey / “Suitcase Breakdown” / Blue Uke at the Ukeshack #2 / Hobemian Da Costa Woltz's Southern Broadcasters / “Be Kind To A Man When He Is Down / Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order 1927-1929 / Document 80 Foots / “Song of Myself 5 (fragment)” / And That Will Be How It Will Be / Self Produced Shout Lulu / “Stoney Point” / Ridin' A Buggy / Self Produced Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-05: Honky Tonkin’, Pt.2
January 30, 2019 05:00 AM PST
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As noted last show, we’re not talking about the working man’s taverns and clubs in the South … we’re sharing some of the best music popularized in those kinds of venues! For this week’s show, we’ll continue featuring classic and contemporary bands and players, including Jim Lauderdale, Ray Price, Merle Haggard, Tracy Nelson and Willie Nelson, Buck Owens, and many more. It’s Saturday night at the Honky Tonk … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-05: Honky Tonkin' Pt.2 Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Merle Travis / “Saturday Night Special” / Walkin' the Strings / Raven The Gibson Brothers / “The Darker the Night the Better I See” / They Called it Music / Compass Red Allen / “Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong” / The Folkways Years 1964-1983 / Smithsonian Folkways The Lilly Brothers & Don Stover / “Girl with the Blue Velvet Band” / On the Radio 1952-58 / Rounder Jim & Jesse / “Are You Missing Me?” / 1952-55 / Bear Family Jim Lauderdale / “Wearing Out Your Cool” / Time Flies / Yep Roc Skeeter Davis / “End of the World” / RCA Country Legends / RCA Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Tammy Wynette / “Please Help Me I'm Falling” / Honky Tonk Angels / Columbia Everly Brothers / “Bye Bye Love” / Classic Everly Brothers / Bear Family Lefty Frizzell / “Always Late (With Your Kisses)” / Columbia Country Classics Vol.2 / Columbia Merle Travis / “Cannonball Stomp” / Walkin' the Strings / Raven Red Knuckles and the Trailblazers / “Nowhere Man” / Shades of the Past / Sugar Hill Tracy Nelson & Willie Nelson / “After the Fire is Gone” / Tracy Nelson / Atlantic Ray Price / “Heartaches by the Number” / Columbia Country Classics Vol.2 / Columbia Roger Miller / “I'll Be A Long Time Leavin' (But I'll be a Long Time Gone)” / All-Time Greatest Hits / Mercury BR549 / “Honky Tonkin' Lifestyle” / Tangled in the Pines / Dual Tone Merle Haggard / “Big City” / Essential / Epic Buck Owens / “Love's Gonna Live Here” / 21 #1 Hits / Rhino Nitty Gritty Dirt Band / “Honky Tonkin'” / Dirt, Silver & Gold / BGO Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-04: Honky Tonkin’, Pt.1
January 23, 2019 05:00 AM PST
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The term “honky tonk” has two meanings. It can be a tavern or club in the South which is comfortable for the common working man, not unlike a pub in the UK. It also describes the style of music played on the jukebox or by bands which perform on the weekend at those venues. This week and next, we’ll take a tour through classic and contemporary Honky Tonk artists and music, including Johnny Horton, Hank Snow, George Jones, The Mavericks, and many more. We’re honky tonkin’ … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine! Episode #19-04: Honky Tonkin', Pt.1 Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways The Texas Troubadours / “Leon's Guitar Boogie” / Almost to Tulsa / Bear Family Johnny Horton / “I'm a Honky Tonk Man” / Columbia Country Classics Vol.2 / Columbia Kelly Willis / “Heaven's Just a Sin Away” / Kelly Willis / MCA Ted Daffan's Texans / “Born to Lose” / Columbia Country Classics Vol.1 / Columbia Robin & Linda Williams / “Honky Tonk Nation” / Sugar for Sugar / Sugar Hill Jerry Jeff Walker / “London Homesick Blues” / Viva Terlingua / MCA Hank Snow / “The Rhumba Boogie” / I'm Movin' On and other Great Country Hits / RCA Martha Fields / “Exile” / Dancing Shadows / Self Produced Charlie Rich / “Big Boss Man” / Rockabilly Stars Vol.1 / CBS Texas Troubadours / “Almost to Tulsa” / Almost to Tulsa / Bear Family George Jones / “She Thinks I Still Care” / George Jones Country Classics / Enlightened Floyd Cramer / “Last Date”/ Country Legacy / RCA Suzy Bogguss / “Straighten Up and Fly Right” /Swing / Campadre The Mavericks / “Dance the Night Away” / Trampoline / MCA The Byrds / “You're Still on my Mind” / Sweetheart of the Rodeo / Columbia Val Mindel & Emily Miller / “Lonely Street” / Close to Home / Yodel-Ay-Hee Asleep at the Wheel / “House of Blue Lights” / Swing Time Sony Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-03: Music From Home, Pt. 2
January 16, 2019 06:00 AM PST
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This week we continue to feature musicians who have been inspired by the music of their home region. We’ll hear songs from Ralph Stanley, Sheila Kay Adams, Stan Rogers, Guy Clark, Mud Morganfield and many more. You can go home again … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-03: More Music from Home Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIssac / “Boise Monsters” / Seinn / Self Produced Beausoleil / “Bon Temps Rouler” / Bayou Cadillac / Rounder Nathan Frazier & Frank Patterson / “Eighth of January” / Altamont: Black Stringband Music / Rounder Ralph Stanley / “Old Churchyard” / Shine On / Rebel Maria Muldaur / “Garden of Joy” / Garden of Joy / Stony Plain Sheila Kay Adams / “The Four Nights Drunk” / Whatever Happened to John Parrish's Boy / Granny Dell Stan Rogers / “The Jeannie C” / Turnaround / Fogarty's Cove Simon & Garfunkel / “The Dangling Conversation” / Live from New York City, 1967 / Columbia Cheres / “Haida-Haida” / New York City: Global Beat of the Boroughs / Smithsonian Folkways Mary Jane Lamond & Wendy MacIssac / “Keeping Up with Calum” / Seinn / Self Produced Guy Clark / “The Randall Knife” / Songs and Stories / Dualtone Karan Casey / “Two More Hours” / Two More Hours / Crow Valley Mud Morganfield / “Howling Wolf” / They Call Me Mud / Severn Glenn Ohrlin / “The High Toned Dance” / The Wild Buckaroo / Rounder Don Pedi & Bruce Greene / “The Old Folks Played and the Young People Danced” / Stranger on a Mule / Hazeldog Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-02: Music From Home, Pt. 1
January 08, 2019 09:14 PM PST
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This week and next we'll feature musicians who have been inspired by music from their home region and are quite proud of it. We’ll hear songs from Gordon Bok, The McIntosh County Shouters, Tyler Grant and Robin Kessinger, The Critten Hollow String Band along with many more. There’s no place like home … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-02: Music from Home, Pt. 1 Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Joe Pancerzewski / “Turkey in the Cottonwoods” / Legendary Northwest Fiddler / Voyager Gordon Bok / “The Hills of Isle Au Haut” / Apples in the Basket / Timberhead Lord Melody / “Booboo Man” / Calypso Awakening / Smithsonian Folkways Don Vapple / “Gut Bucket Blues” / Classic Banjo / Smithsonian Folkways The McIntosh County Shouters / “Jubilee” / Spirituals and Shout Songs from the Georgia Coast / Smithsonian Folkways The Mulcahy Family / “Miss Lyon's Fancy-The Dairy Maid” / The Mulcahy Family / Shanachie Ian & Sylvia / “Early Morning Rain” / Early Morning Rain / Vanguard Tyler Grant & Robin Kessinger / “Garfield's March” / Kanawha County Flatpicking / Grant Central Joe Pancerzewski / “Red River Cart Polka” / Legendary Northwest Fiddler / Voyager Bernard Allison Group / “Movin' On Up” / In the Mix / Jazzhaus Fred Allery / “Quebec Reel” / Plains Chippewa/Metis Music from Turtle Mountain / Smithsonian Folkways Linzay Young & Joel Savoy / “Wagoner” / Linzay Young & Joel Savoy / Valcour Ilana Katz Katz / “John Brown's Dream-Subway Light of Mine” / Subway Stories / Vizztone John Hartford / “The Julia Belle Swain” / Mark Twang / Flying Fish Linda Ronstadt / “Tata Dios” / Mas Canciones / Elektra The Critten Hollow String Band / “Indian Nation” / Cowboys and Indians / Yodel-Ay-Hee Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#19-01: It Was a Very Good Year, Part 2
January 02, 2019 07:55 AM PST
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On this week’s show, we continue to sample some of the finest recordings of 2018. We’ll share music from Courtney Hartman & Taylor Ashton, The Slocan Ramblers, Vivian Leva, Jonathan Byrd and the Pickup Cowboys, Kate Campbell, and many more. Looking back at 2018, part two … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #19-01: It Was A Very Good Year, Pt 2 Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Hog-Eyed Man / “Durang's Hornpipe” / Old World Music of the Southern Appalachians / Tiki Parlour Courtney Hartman & Taylor Ashton / “Loving Hands” / Been on Your Side / Free Dirt Tim Hart & Maddy Prior / “Dancing at Whitsun” / When the Day is Done-The Orchestrations of Robert Kirby / Ace Childsplay / “Cuckanandy-Chris Childs” / The Bloom of Youth / Self-Produced The Slocan Ramblers / “Mississippi Heavy Water Blues” / Queen City Jubilee / Self-Produced Chris Smither / “Nobody Home” / Call Me Lucky / Signature Sounds Vivian Leva / “Why Don't You Introduce Me as Your Darlin'” / Time Is Everything / Free Dirt Jonathan Byrd & the Pickup Cowboys / “Tractor Pull” / Jonathan Byrd & the Pickup Cowboys / Waterbug Hog-Eyed Man / “Old-Time Grey Eagle” / Old World Music of the Southern Appalachians / Tiki Parlour John McCutcheon / “This Road” / Ghost Light / Appalseed Kate Campbell / “Change Should Have Come By Now” / Damn Sure Blue / Large River Eric Bibb / “Wherza Money At” / Global Griot / Stony Plain I'm With Her / “Overland” / See You Around / Rounder John Prine / “Knockin' On Your Screen Door” / The Tree of Forgiveness / Oh Boy Rosanne Cash / “Not Many Miles to Go” / She Remembers Everything / Blue Note Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#18-52: It Was A Very Good Year, Pt. 1
December 26, 2018 06:00 AM PST
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2018 has been a very good year for new music … and this week and next on the program we’ll sample some of the best releases of the last 12 months. We’ll listen to music from Pierce Pettis, Pat Wictor and Deborah Latz, The Hillbenders, Jon Batiste, and many more. Join us for part one of our 2018 wrap up … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #18-52: It Was A Very Good Year, Pt.1 Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Celtic Connections / “Miner's Minor-Kid On the Mountain” / Spindrift / Liljansmusik Pierce Pettis / “A Showman's Life” / Father's Son / Compass Pat Wictor & Deborah Latz / “Rhythm Saved the World” / Counterpoise / Duology Donna the Buffalo / “Motor” / Dance in the Street / Self Produced Dan Possumato / “Fly Fishing-Martin O'Connor's Flying Clog” / The Last Pint / Old Box Tellico / “Salsa” / Woven Waters / Organic Records The Hillbenders / “Hey Boys” / The Hillbenders / Compass Floyd Domino's All-Stars / Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” / Floyd Domino's All-Stars / Golliber Celtic Connections / “Queen of the Fairies” / Spindrift / Liljansmusik Amy Helm / “The Stones I Throw” / This Too Shall Light / Yep Roc John Batiste / “What A Wonderful World” / Hollywood Africans / Verve Willie Nelson / “Fly Me to the Moon” / My Way / Legacy The Travelin' McCourys / “Southbound” / The Travelin' McCourys / McCoury Music Zoe Speaks / “Bluebird” / Wings / Self Produced Martha Spencer / “Wishful Thinking” / Martha Spencer / Self Produced Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
#18-51: Winter
December 19, 2018 06:00 AM PST
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The winter season is upon us. For this week’s show, we’re highlighting music about this wondrous time of the year. Included will be songs and tunes from Kenny Jackson, Maddy Prior, The Sky Island String Band, Metamora, The Early Mays and many more. So throw another log on the fire and tune in … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine. Episode #18-51: Winter Host: Tom Druckenmiller Artist/”Song”/CD/Label Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Kenny Jackson / “The Shortest Day-Set the Log Alight” / The Shortest Day / Crow Hill Music Maddy Prior / “Long Shadows” / Year / Park Anna & Elizabeth / “Green Icy Mountain” / Sun to Sun / Free Dirt The Sky Island Stringband / “The Old She-Possum Skating on the Ice” / Adventures in Old Cranberry / Bemlar Noel Paul Stookey / “Cabin Fever Waltz” / Somethin' Special / New World Adam Hurt / “Snowdrop” / Artifacts / Ubiquitone Malcolm Dalglish-Grey Larsen & Pete Sutherland Metamora / “Old Man Winter” / The Great Road / Sugar Hill Kieran Kane & Rayna Gellert / “Cold Air” / The Ledges / Dead Reckoning Kenny Jackson / “The Wind On Crow Hill” / The Shortest Day / Crow Hill Music Bruce Cockburn / “High Winds White Sky” / High Winds White Sky / ESD The Early Mays / “Narrows of the Year” / Chase the Sun / Bird on the Wing Records Banjo Mechanics / “Twenty Below Waltz” / Luck of the Beanrow / Self Produced Rod MacDonald / “Coming of the Snow” / When October Goes / Philo Claudia Russell & Bruce Kaplan / “Winter Garden” / Lovers Tree / Radio Rhythm Records Eden MacAdam-Somer & Larry Unger / “Icestorm” / Notorious / Black Socks Pete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways

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