Playlist for Sunday, February 2nd

Posted: February 2, 2014 in Playlist
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Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
February 2, 2014 5:00PM – 7:00PM

Tribute to Pete Seeger (mostly)

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00:15PM Peter Paul and Mary “If I Had a Hammer” The Very Best of Peter Paul and Mary [Rhino/Warner Bros.]

5:02:10PM Oysterband “The Bells of Rhymney” Trawler [Cooking Vinyl] England

5:07:20PM Sleepy LaBeef “Detour” Tomorrow Never Comes [M.C. Records] Opening theme

5:12:50PM Pete Seeger “If I Had a Hammer” If I Had a Hammer – Songs of Hope & Struggle [Smithsonian Folkways]

5:14:40PM Pete Seeger “The Bells of Rhymney” The World of Pete Seeger [Columbia]

5:19:45PM Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie “Guantanamera” Together in Concert [Reprise]

5:23:45PM Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” Where Have All the Flowers Gone – The Songs of Pete Seeger [Appleseed] Various artists CD

5:31:20PM The Almanac Singers “Ballad of October 16” That’s Why We’re Marching – World War II and the American Folksong Movement [Smithsonian Folkways] Various artists CD

5:34:05PM The Almanac Singers “Round and Round Hitler’s Grave” That’s Why We’re Marching – World War II and the American Folksong Movement [Smithsonian Folkways] Various artists CD

5:35:15PM Pete Seeger “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” The Essential Pete Seeger [Columbia]

5:37:20PM Richard Shindell “The Big Muddy” Vuelta [Koch]

5:43:25PM Pete Seeger “This Land is Your Land” The World of Pete Seeger [Columbia]

5:46:20PM Bruce Springsteen “We Shall Overcome” We Shall Overcome – The Seeger Sessions [Columbia]

5:51:05PM Pete Seeger “Little Boxes” The Essential Pete Seeger [Columbia]

5:52:55PM Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger “Old Time Religion” Precious Friend [Warner Bros.]

5:57:30PM Pierce Pettis “Veracruz” That Kind of Love [Compass] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:01:00PM Claire Lynch “How Many Moons” Dear Sister [Compass] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:04:15PM Korby Lenker “If I Prove False to You” Korby Lenker [Stuffed Piranha] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:10:15PM Pete Seeger, Jane Sapp, Si Kahn “I’m Gonna Be an Engineer” Carry It On [Flying Fish]

6:14:15PM Leo Kottke “Living in the Country” My Feet Are Smiling [Capitol]

6:15:45PM Pete Seeger “English is Cuh-ray-zee” Headlines & Footnotes – A Collection of Topical Songs [Smithsonian Folkways]

6:19:20PM Pete Seeger “Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream” Waist Deep in the Big Muddy [Columbia/Legacy]

6:22:10PM Pete Seeger “Casey Jones” American Industrial Ballads [Folkways]

6:24:25PM The Byrds “Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There is a Season)” There is a Season [Columbia/Legacy]

6:28:00PM Pete Seeger “Well May the World Go” Pete [Living Music]

6:33:05PM Robin Huw Bowen “Farewell to the Days of My Youth” Old Hearth [Marquis Classics] Wales

6:41:15PM Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie “May There Always Be Sunshine” Together in Concert [Reprise]

6:43:30PM Pete Seeger & Arlo Guthrie “Three Rules of Discipline and Eight Rules of Attention” Together in Concert [Reprise]

6:45:40PM Pete Seeger “Talking Union” The Essential Pete Seeger [Columbia]

6:51:00PM Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger “Can’t Help Falling in Love” More Together Again in Concert [Rising Son]

6:57:45PM The Weavers “Goodnight Irene” Together Again [Loom]

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Comments
  1. Truly “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” to hear this while the rest of our fellow citizens were piggin’ into oblivion glued to their tv watching The Stupor Bowl! Thanks especially for airing Pete’s “Guantanamera” from Pete & Arlo’s lesser known earlier LIVE recording soon after Spiro Agnew’s resignation for that infelicity with Hefty bags stuffed with cash from the Maryland highway fund kickbacks while he was Governor, and the Carnegie Hall Annual Thanksgiving Concert crowd providing spirited sing-a-long accompaniment.

    On that same early 70’s live recording Arlo does his “Presidential Rag” expressing his humorous surprise at Spiro resigning not long after he’d completed the tune, prompting the reticent protest singer to write more songs like it to see if he could get Nixon to resign too! On that same Live recording Pete reported the news of Chilean bard Victor Jara being beaten to death in the Santiago Stadium of Chile after the first 9-11 the one in 1973 that with Nixon-Kissinger-CIA counsel overthrew democratically elected non-aligned Socialist President Salvador Allende after Washington gave the order to make the “Chilean Economy Scream” with word that Allende wanted to nationalize ITT’s phone monopoly. Hope Pete becomes a very necessary guardian angel of rivers and wayward democracies gone neo-liberal economically imperial from his perch alongside Toshi (and Woody, Leadbelly, Cisco et al) above it all and at peace.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neoliberalism
    Mitchito

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  2. ulpanaylaylo says:

    Good to have the stream back so we snowed-in Beavertonians can groove to DETOUR’s worldly and otherworldly vibes. However, today the Last 5 Tunes on the MS Media Player window has been intermittently napping. No Problemo, the Playlist page & Paul’s intros & outros workin, fine, Praise Be!

    Apropos the Dylan cover by the Das Bauls of Bengal India, I could not name it as “Tambourine Man” as I was listening quite rapt by the ankle bells and unfamiliar string instrument. However, most of the times I’ve seen Dylan play I couldn’t figure out it was “Tambourine” until well near the last verses.
    For those who don’t know the pedigree Dylan gained along with wonderful weed from reading those Dylan biographies and his own auto-bio Vol 1 of Chronicles, the Das Bauls go a long ways back with Dylan. They’re in the photo on the cover with Bobby D. of JOHN WESLEY HARDING acoustic 1967 album. They look like American Indians from up around Dylan’s native Minnesota Iron Range, but were actually an itinerant musical group of East Indian Bengalis, generous with the most potent herb the discerning U.S. bard had to then ever chanced to not inhale. Here’s a more recent but still yellowing clip of the Das Baul’s rock royalty pedigree: http://www.nytimes.com/1997/04/22/arts/pop-736279.html

    Also tickled to hear Paul & WTMD revive the FCC’s out-Foxed Fairness Doctrine by having Linda Thompson and kith kick back at ex-hubby hash-slinger Richard Thompson’s “Tear Stained Letter”. Veddy diplomatic way of handling Valentine’s Day. Why you ol’ sentimentalist! There’s always some Syd & Nancy for next week’s Valentine’s Daze After…Had never heard the version of “Tear Stained Letter” you played, and while it was Richard singing and identifiably in English, would not have recognized it from where the melody was taken. Thanks and yours sympathetically and empathetically in the blessed drought-relieving snows of 2014 in Cascadiyyah!

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