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Paul Hartman & Pete Seeger

Paul Hartman & Pete Seeger (photo by Gloria M. Rosson/Dirty Linen)

Detour Playlist
Paul Hartman
May 5, 2019 5:00PM – 7:00PM

* = Songs to commemorate Pete Seeger’s 100th birthday, May 3

Time, artist, song, album, label, notes

5:00PM Jennifer Cutting’s OCEAN Orchestra “Song to the Sun (Beltane Waltz)” Waves [SunSign] Playing in the Baltimore area this week (OCEAN Celtic Quartet)

5:04PM Radio Tarifa “Rumba Argelina” Rumba Argelina [World Circuit/Nonesuch] Spain

5:08PM Country Gentlemen “Detour” Good as Gold [Sugar Hill] Opening theme

5:14PM Almanac Singers/Pete Seeger “Ballad of October 16” That’s Why We’re Marching – World War II and the American Folk Song Movement [Smithsonian Folkways] Various artists CD *

Leyla McCalla

Leyla McCalla

5:17PM Leyla McCalla “Lavi Vye Neg” The Capitalist Blues [Jazz Village/PIAS]

5:20PM HighTime “Fiddler’s Green” Sunda [www.HighTime.ie] Ireland

5:27PM Jackson Browne & Bonnie Raitt “Kisses Sweeter Than Wine” Where Have All the Flowers Gone – The Songs of Pete Seeger [Appleseed] Various artists CD *

5:32PM John McCucheon “If I Had a Hammer” To Everyone in All the World – A Celebration of Pete Seeger [www.FolkMusic.com] *

5:36PM Arlo Guthrie “Can’t Help Falling in Love” Arlo Guthrie & Pete Seeger: More Together Again in Concert [Rising Son] *

5:48PM John Starling and Carolina Star “Willin'” Slidin’ Home [Rebel] John Starling passed away this week

5:52PM Claudia Schmidt “Old Devil Time” New Goodbyes, Old Helloes [Flying Fish] *

5:58PM Goodnight Moonshine “All Men Are Brothers” I’m the Only One Who Will Tell You, You’re Bad [www.GoodnightMoonshine.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:02PM Bumper Jacksons “Corina Corina” I’ve Never Met a Stranger [BumperJacksons.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week (Bumper Jacksons duo)

The Weavers (front: Ronnie Gilbert; rear, left to right: Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman)

The Weavers (front: Ronnie Gilbert; rear, left to right: Pete Seeger, Lee Hays, Fred Hellerman)

6:08PM The Weavers “Darling Corey” The Weavers at Carnegie Hall [Vanguard] *

6:10PM The Old Part of Town “Almost Gone” Second Avenue [www.TheOldPartOfTown.com] Playing in the Baltimore area this week

6:13PM Olcay Bayır “Uzun İme Bir Yoldayım (Long Narrow Road)” Rüya – Dream for Anatolia [ARC Music] Turkey

6:19PM Marley’s Ghost “Judgment Day” Travelin’ Shoes [Sage Arts]

6:22PM Pete Seeger “Pete Meets Woody” Pete Remembers Woody [Appleseed] *

Pete Seeger (photo by Annette C. Eshleman/Dirty Linen)

Pete Seeger (photo by Annette C. Eshleman/Dirty Linen)

6:25PM Pete Seeger “Waist Deep in the Big Muddy” Waist Deep in the Big Muddy [Columbia/Legacy] *

6:27PM Richard & Linda Thompson “You’re Going to Need Somebody” Sunnyvista [Chrysalis] England

6:33PM Robin Petrie & Danny Carnahan “Black Point Dream” Continental Drift [Flying Fish]

6:39PM John Trudell “The Torn Flag” Where Have All the Flowers Gone – The Songs of Pete Seeger [Appleseed] Various artists CD *

6:44PM Molsky’s Mountain Drifters “There’s a Bright Side Somewhere” Closing the Gap [MountainDrifters.com]

6:47PM Jimmy Rankin “No More I’ll Go Roving” Moving East [True North] Canada (Nova Scotia)

6:50PM Tommy Sands with Dolores Keane and Vedran Smailovic “Where Have All the Flowers Gone” Where Have All the Flowers Gone – The Songs of Pete Seeger [Appleseed] Ireland, Bosnia; Various artists CD *

6:57PM Väsen “Johsefins dopvals” Trio [NorthSide] Sweden; Closing theme

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]

The legendary folk singer and activist Pete Seeger died Monday at the age of 94. For nearly seven decades, Seeger was a musical and political icon who helped create the modern American folk music movement.

View an hour-long video: “We Shall Overcome”: Remembering Folk Icon, Activist Pete Seeger in His Own Words & Songs | Democracy Now!.

We’ll feature music by Pete Seeger on Detour on Sunday.