Playlist for Sunday, November 23rd

Mike Farris

Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
November 23, 2014 5:00PM – 7:00PM

* = Interview with Ken Kolodner, Brad Kolodner, and Patrick McAvinue of Helicon, Ken & Brad Kolodner, Charm City Junction, and Audie Blaylock & Redline

** = This Week in History

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00PM Ollabelle “Troubles of the World” Before Your Time [Yep Roc]

Jean Emilien

Jean Emilien

5:05PM Jean Emilien “Toliara” Feedback Madagascar [ARC Music] Madagascar; Various artists CD

5:08PM Jimmy Walker with Paul Westmoreland and His Pecos River Boys “Detour” Dim Lights, Thick Smoke and Hillbilly Music 1945 [Bear Family] Opening theme; Various artists CD

5:14PM Helicon “Traditional Bolivian/Columbito Tecumano” The Titan [JEB Records] *

5:29PM Ken & Brad Kolodner & Patrick McAvinue “Valley Forge” (live in studio) [] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:29PM Ken & Brad Kolodner & Patrick McAvinue “Walk Along Johnny to Kansas” (live in studio) [] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:34PM Charm City Junction “Last Chance” Last Chance – Live at Baldwin’s [Self-released] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:42PM Ken & Brad Kolodner & Patrick McAvinue “Lonesome Fiddle Blues” (live in studio) [] Playing in the Baltimore area this week *

5:50PM Helicon “Kenyan Christmas Carol” A Winter Solstice with Helicon [Dorian] *

Mike Farris

Mike Farris

5:53PM Mike Farris “Jonah & the Whale” Shine for All the People [Compass]

5:55PM Jim Photoglo “Try Me Tomorrow” Halls of My Heart [Grifftone]

6:02PM Robert Johnson “Cross Road Blues” Blues Masters Volume 8: Mississippi Delta Blues [Rhino] Robert Johnson’s first recordings were this week in 1936 **

6:05PM The Byrds “He Was a Friend of Mine” The Byrds [Columbia/Legacy] John F. Kennedy was assassinated this week in 1963 **

6:07PM Bob Dylan “Billy 4” Pat Garrett & Billy the Kid [Columbia] Billy the Kid born in New York City this week in 1859 **

6:12PM The Kingston Trio “Tom Dooley” All Sides of the Kingston Trio [Silverwolf] Kingston Trio’s “Tom Dooley” hits #1 on the Billboard pop chart this week in 1958 **

6:17PM Doc Watson and David Holt “Tom Dula” An Evening With Doc Watson and David Holt [UNC TV]

6:23PM Väsen “Skräplandschottis” Väsen Street [NorthSide] Sweden

6:25PM Irene Kelley “Rattlesnake Rattler” Pennsylvania Coal [Patio Records]

6:29PM The Touré-Reichal Collective “Debo” The Paris Session [Cumbancha] Mali & Israel

6:34PM Bellowhead “Let Union Be” Revival [Island] England

6:38PM Catie Curtis “Four Walls” Flying Dream []

6:42PM The Hello Strangers “Runaway” The Hello Strangers [Self-released]

6:45PM Blind Boys of Alabama and Eskenderella “Freedom/A New Beginning” Songs From a Stolen Spring [Valley Entertainment] USA & Egypt

6:50PM Korrontzi “Parfums de Musiques” Tradition 2.1 [ARC Music] Basque Country (Spain); w/Justin Vali (Madagascar) & Silethemba (Zimbabwe)

6:55PM Wolfstone “Hector the Hero” Unleashed [Iona/Green Linnet] Scotland; Closing theme

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