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J Briozo

J Briozo evolved out of a set of songs that Swallows' lead singer Jeff Crandall wrote as the Minneapolis based band was set to return to the studio to record their 3rd full length album, "In The Shadow Of The Seven Stars". The acoustic guitar and piano based songs that Jeff was working on were written from the perspective of a fictional singer songwriter named J Briozo, a persona loosely based on his mother’s Portuguese ancestry.

Jeff wasn’t convinced at the time that this would be anything other than a studio project, assuming he’d play most of the parts, and he had no real intentions of conjuring up a band to perform the material.

However, as Swallows began recording in one studio, Jeff began recording the basic tracks for "Deep In The Waves" in another studio across town and he quickly recognized that his solo album had begun to take on a life of its own. The new album was going to require the talents of his Swallows’ band mates to fully realize the vision that Jeff was developing for the project.

Jeff decided to invite members of Swallows to add additional parts to the somewhat open frameworks he had laid out for the songs on the album. The group composed their parts in the studio, creating psych pop, rock, jazz, orchestral and folk arrangements for the songs. By the end of the tracking, it was clear that a compelling new sound had developed and a full band would needed to support it.

www.jbriozo.com

 



Jack Bruce

In 2001 an incredible concert took place, the legendary Jack Bruce performing live with his all-star band; The Cuicoland Express at The Melkweg in Amsterdam. For nine years, only the lucky few who were members of the audience that night were able to experience the magic that took place. Although the show had been recorded, the tapes lay dormant and inaccessible, seemingly lost to the world.

In 2009 an opportunity in New York arose enabling the tapes to be digitally converted, meaning they could be mixed and mastered by Bruce’s long-term producer and friend, Kip Hanrahan.

Off the back of a hugely successful direct artist-to-fan-base campaign with Pledge Music, this live recording is now being released to the public. This will give fans of Jack Bruce, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer, the chance to experience original material as well as some of their best-loved Cream and Bruce classics re-worked into a sizzling, energetic fusion of rock and latin jazz. Featuring Vernon Reid on guitar (Living Colour), Bernie Worrell on organ (Parliament, Funkadelic), Richie Flores on congas (Tito Puente, Cachao), Horacio ‘El Negro’ Hernandez on drums (Roy Hargrove, Carlos Santana) and Robby Ameen (Dizzy Gillespie, Paul Simon) also on drums, this unstoppable line-up had the audience on fire.

Born in Glasgow in 1943, Jack Bruce won a scholarship to study cello and composition at the Scottish Academy of Music before dropping out aged 17 to join the acclaimed Alexis Korner’s Blues Inc. He went on to become a founding member of The Graham Bond Organization before turning down an offer to join Marvin Gaye’s band to team up with John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers - where he first met Eric Clapton - which was followed by a stint with Manfred Mann. In 1966 he formed the legendary Cream with Ginger Baker and Eric Clapton and went on to compose and record some of the best known music of the ’60’s selling in excess of 35 million records in the process. Jack has enjoyed a rich and varied solo career ever since, recording many albums, playing all over the world, winning numerous accolades and being inducted into the Rock ’n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1993.

After recently releasing his critically-acclaimed biography ‘Jack Bruce Composing Himself’ and touring the US, this amazing new live album is sure to give Jack Bruce fans exactly what they want and indeed expect; a musically unique and boundary-pushing experience. Listening to this live recording, you can close your eyes and literally feel like you were there on that special night in Amsterdam back in 2001.

http://jackbruce.com

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Jack Tempchin

His iconic songs comprise a soundtrack to a fabled era, but Jack Tempchin creates music in the present tense. A new release, "One More Song", reveals the vibrant spirit of an artist moving forward. “My brain is exploding with songs”, he enthuses. “It’s great to have things that you’ve already written that people like, and I play them all when I do a show, but the creative flow demands that when I write a song and really love it, I want to get it out right now”

"One More Song", honors Tempchin’s coffeehouse roots. “A guy, an audience, and a song”, he says. “Circle Ties That Bind,” from the collection is one of the first songs Jack wrote, and although the great Hoyt Axton performed it in concert, until now it has never been translated on record.

In fact, of the 12 songs curated for the latest project, only 3 have been previously recorded. The title track, covered both by the late Kate Wolf and the Eagles’ Randy Meisner, and “Singing In The Streets”, originally tracked by Jack’s band the Funky Kings who were signed to Arista Records by Clive Davis. The band also cut the venerable “Slow Dancing” famously immortalized by Johnny Rivers, now performed by Jack in an evocative solo rendition.

Born in rural Ohio, Jack Tempchin grew up in San Diego, CA, where he performed and hosted open mic nights at The Candy Company, a local folk club. His friendships with collaborators Glenn Frey, JD Souther, Tom Waits, Jules Shear and Jackson Browne, welcomed him as a charter member into a community of soon to be famous fellow travelers whose intimate confessionals would reverberate from the stage of the Troubadour in West Hollywood into massive public consciousness.

Tempchin’s songs became indelible threads in the fabric of the 'Southern California Sound'. His solo penned “Peaceful Easy Feeling”, as recorded by the Eagles on their eponymous debut, is prominent on the band’s "Greatest Hits", the top selling album of the 20th century. Subsequent co-writes such as the band’s 1974 hit, “Already Gone”, and contributions to the "Hell Freezes Over" reunion collection and the double disc release "Long Road Out Of Eden" enriched the band’s repertoire and propelled Jack’s songs to the world.

With Glenn Frey, Jack co-wrote the artist’s solo hits “Smuggler’s Blues”, “You Belong To The City”, plus “The One You Love”. Prominent in the marquee roster who have interpreted Tempchin songs are Emmylou Harris, Glen Campbell, Tom Rush, The Paladins, New Riders Of The Purple Sage, Chris Hillman and the Desert Rose Band, and Nashville artists like George Jones, Trisha Yearwood, Tanya Tucker and Patty Loveless.

These days, Tempchin continues to catch the moments in music. “I head down to the beach at sundown, make songs up, video them on my iPhone and later on turn them into songs”, he says. He also enjoys playing music al fresco. “I’ve got a little rig that fits into a carry on bag, and every couple of months I go to downtown San Diego, lay my guitar on my lap, use a whiskey flask as my slide and play traditional blues”. Passersby have no idea that the bewhiskered street singer in trademark shades is an eminent songwriter with an original page of lyrics that have been displayed at both The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame and at The Grammy Museum.

New adventures abound. The hushed, nocturnal “Streets of Midnight” from the new collection was inspired by Jack’s 'pop up club' on Selma Avenue in Hollywood where he invited colleagues and stragglers alike for ad hoc performances. “Singing In The Streets” has been featured for 40 years on a Tokyo radio show, and on Jack’s debut 2016 Japanese tour he discovered that he had an enthusiastic following. “I would do signings after every show, and somehow they would have every record that I ever did, I have more fans there than here. It was fantastic”, he says. A recent writing trip to Nashville resulted in numerous co-writes, new solo songs and a songwriters in the round concert with Rusty Young of Poco and Craig Fuller of Pure Prairie League.

Blue Élan Records provides Tempchin with an ideal platform to record and release records, with "One More Song" preceded by the full length "Learning To Dance" and an EP, "Room To Run". More projects are in the planning stages and a slate of concert performances promises to keep the ever industrious Tempchin on the road.

"One More Song" is a resounding confirmation of a remarkable legacy, a prolific present, and the joyous anticipation of words and melodies still to come.

“I’m extremely delighted and grateful to have written songs that people know and like, but I’m really about today and now”, Jack avows. “I’m here. It’s like I’m a new artist. My big desire is to keep on writing, playing and recording music until my heart stops beating”.

www.blueelan.com

www.tempchin.com

www.peacefuleasyfeeling.com



Jackson Browne

Singer-songwriter Jackson Browne has announced plans to embark on a world tour that will extend into the spring of 2009. The itinerary kicks off with a date at the Warner Theatre in Washington, DC on September 15, a week prior to the September 23 release of 'Time The Conqueror', Browne’s first studio album in six years. The initial U.S. leg of the World Tour crosses the country through early November, and will be followed by tours of Japan, Australia and Europe. Tickets went on sale to the public on August 8.

Accompanying Browne on the road is his band of fifteen years: Kevin McCormick (bass), Mark Goldenberg (guitars), Mauricio Lewak (drums) and Jeff Young (keyboards, backing vocals). They have been with Browne since 1993’s 'I’m Alive', playing on 'Looking East' (’96) and 'Naked Ride Home' (’02) as well. For 'Time The Conqueror', they’re joined by new members Chavonne Morris and Alethea Mills, vocalists Browne met in 2001 when they were still attending Washington Preparatory High School in South Los Angeles and singing with Fred Martin & The Levite Camp. They are prominently featured on The Levite Camp’s debut CD, 2006’s 'Some Bridges', an album Browne co-produced, performs on, and which features six of his songs.

This lineup brings its incredible chemistry and collaborative energy to Browne’s forthcoming album, 'Time The Conqueror', set for release September 23 on Inside Recordings, the artist’s own independent label (with distribution through ADA Global). Produced by Browne and Paul Dieter, it’s the 13th studio album of his career, and his first set of new material in six years, following up 'Naked Ride Home'. The new album’s ten diverse original songs display the artist’s ability to address personal, inner-directed reflection and matters of social and political import with equal passion and intelligence – and eloquent lyrics – throughout.

Most recently, Browne released two live albums recorded at dates on solo acoustic tours in the U.S., the U.K. and Australia. The GRAMMY®-nominated 'Jackson Browne – Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1' (’05) and 'Vol. 2' (’08), both out on Inside, feature Browne alternately on piano and guitar, performing a diverse selection of career spanning songs. In his four-star review of this year’s Vol. 2 for Rolling Stone, Anthony DeCurtis wrote, “This is Browne at his best, engaging his audience, his own experiences and the world around him, all in songs that will not lose their resonance any time soon.”

For the upcoming U.S. leg of the World Tour tour, a limited number of premium tickets benefiting The Guacamole Fund will be available directly through www.guacfund.org; proceeds support non-profit organizations working in the public interest, in the spirit of Browne’s longstanding activism on behalf of peace, social justice, the environment and a nonnuclear future. Browne is also encouraging concertgoers to come with non-perishable food items for collection by food banks. With this call to engagement, Browne once again enlists his fans’ participation in World Hunger Year’s Artists Against Hunger & Poverty program.

Ever since his acclaimed 1972 self-titled debut album, Jackson Browne has defined a genre of songwriting and performing that is charged with honesty, emotion and personal politics. He’s been recognized with inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (2004) and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame (2007), with recent humanitarian honors including the John Steinbeck Award and the Chapin-World Hunger Year Harry Chapin Humanitarian Award.

"Time The Conqueror" available here.

www.jacksonbrowne.com

www.insiderecordings.com

 



James Taylor

Greenpeace Canada is set to release an exclusive two-disc, re-mastered live recording of "Amchitka - The 1970 Concert That Launched Greenpeace", featuring Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and the late Phil Ochs. The concert, a fundraiser to protest U.S. nuclear bomb tests near Amchitka, Alaska sees a first-time release on 10 November. The CD is available exclusively through Greenpeace and all proceeds will benefit the organization.

“We are pleased to offer this musical slice of history to Greenpeace supporters and music lovers around the world,” said Bruce Cox, Greenpeace Canada’s executive director. “This CD is a piece of musical magic. It contains never before heard songs, duets and chatter that capture the confidence and hope of the times. It carries a timeless message that change is possible.” The concert, which took place at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia on 16 October 1970, was organized by former trial lawyer and activist Irving Stowe. As co-director of the 'Don’t Make A Wave Committee', he raised enough money to send 11 peace activists by boat, christened The Greenpeace, to the Aleutian Island of Amchitka. The activists were unsuccessful in stopping the tests, but their voyage in 1971 marks the birth of the worldwide organization known today as Greenpeace.

“The Amchitka voyage would not have happened without the concert, and so we owe a debt of gratitude to Irving Stowe, and the talents of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Phil Ochs for generating the momentum that ultimately launched Greenpeace,” continued Cox. “The activists that traveled to Amchitka set the example that has guided and defined Greenpeace: non-violent direct action to protect our environment and motivate societal change.”

The upcoming release features concert performances by then-rising Canadian star Joni Mitchell and a 22-year old James Taylor. Protest singer, Phil Ochs kicks off the CD. Earlier that year Mitchell had been named Top Female Performer of 1970 by Melody Maker magazine and Taylor had released his major breakthrough album "Sweet Baby James".

Of the historic concert, Amchitka emcee and Canadian broadcaster, Terry David Mulligan says, “The crew of ‘The Greenpeace’ took hold of our hearts and minds and pulled all of us along. As always, music carried the day.”

Get the background to this amazing story, right here.

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www.myspace.com/amchitka

www.twitter.com/amchitka1970

www.facebook.com/pages/Amchitka/60751539970

 



Janni Littlepage

A delicate, beautiful and refreshing talent, Janni Littlepage’s music has been described as romantic, eloquent and richly cinematic. In genres spanning bridges from folk to country to pop and back again, Janni’s resonant voice holds qualities reminiscent of Emmylou Harris, Shawn Colvin, and Joni Mitchell.

“Strange Angels”, her new album and special edition CD, was co-produced with Robinson Eikenberry. It is a masterfully pristine production with a myriad of layers, aural textures and hues. The songs are beautifully written and emotionally transportive, as is the breadth and beauty of Janni’s voice, and the subtle strength and skill of her players.

The album features the musical virtuosity of the late and beloved Kenny Edwards, extraordinary singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist (Linda Rondstadt, Bryndle, Karla Bonoff). Edwards’ distinctive supporting vocals and superb musical talent on guitars, electric bass and mandolin grace
every track, along with collaboration by other gifted musicians.

Accompanying this new release is an artful and luminous music video of the album’s evocative title song “Strange Angels” by wunderkind filmmaker-director Jack Giles Harrison.

Janni’s professional music career began at the age of 21 when she was introduced to Bruce Kunkel, a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band who encouraged her to pursue a career in music. Throughout her career she has been fortunate to work with many wonderful and notable artists, producers and arrangers, among them Jon Mark, Jim Messina, Kenny Loggins, Henry Lewy, Malcolm Seagrave, Al Kooper, Chris Brubeck, and Robinson Eikenberry.

The supportive camaraderie of the musical communities in both California and Nashville, TN, offered inspiring and nurturing environments for the deepening of her art. Composing on the piano since childhood, Janni also writes on the Appalachian mountain dulcimer which lends a different
range of color and rhythm to her compositions. In the coastal town of Santa Barbara, California in the 1980's, Littlepage joined Jim Messina’s acoustic trio with singer-songwriter Alan Thornhill, and later performed with Loggins & Messina at the Heartlight Concert in Los Angeles, L & M’s first reunion concert in nearly a decade. During those years working with Messina, she recorded and released her first album “Lady In Waiting” to a delighted audience. Out of print now, this vinyl record is considered a collector’s item by audiophiles worldwide.

Continuing to follow the songwriters’ dream, a move to Nashville in the mid 1990's opened new doors. Janni’s song “A Rain Of Angels”, co-written with award-winning Nashville songwriter Michael Dulaney, was recorded by Lila McCann and appeared on her platinum debut album “Lila” on Asylum Records in 1997.

Returning to California in recent years, Littlepage found further inspiration in collaboration with writers from the international songwriting community through the Listening Room International Songwriters Retreat series. Several songs from this series appear on the new album and are co-writes with Johan Seige of Västerås, Sweden (“A Delicate Dance” and “The Buckeye Tree”), and Parisch Browne of Galway, Ireland (“When The Snow Falls On Baghdad”). “Always Coming Home”, another song written with Nashville’s Michael Dulaney, and a lovely and unusual arrangement of the traditional hymn “Amazing Grace” also appear on this collection. Folkinspired “A Train In The Distance” and “This Road Of Your Own Making” and the incandescent piano ballad “All My Days” were all co-written with longtime lyrical collaborator Vivien Kooper, while the three capstones of this beautifully constructed album were penned alone by Littlepage... the reflective and redemptive “Until The Rains Come”, wistful and nostalgic “Gerry & Her Baby Grands”, and the album’s ethereal yet earthy essential theme “Strange Angels”.

With a curtsy to Folk, a waltz across Americana to Country, a polite nod to Classical, a knowing wink at Rock, followed by a full run towards Orchestral Pop, and back into the arms of Folk, whatever the genre, Janni Littlepage’s music may be defined as poignant and soulful, poetic and uplifting.

Simply expressed... the song of an open heart.

http://jannilittlepage.com

 



John David Souther

John David Souther was greatly influenced by Texan Roy Orbison, whose sound he tried to emulate. Following his move to Los Angeles in the late 1960s, he met a young guitarist from Detroit named Glenn Frey. They bonded over their Detroit roots and a common love of country and R&B music. In short order, they began working together while sharing a small apartment in Los Angeles' Echo Park area (their downstairs neighbor was Jackson Browne with whom both Souther and Frey would collaborate on numerous projects).

Shortly after meeting, Souther and Frey formed a folk duo called Longbranch Pennywhistle. Their lone album, released in 1970 on Jimmy Bowen's Amos Records, featured significant contributions from guitarists James Burton and Ry Cooder, fiddler Doug Kershaw, drummer Jim Gordon, pianist Larry Knechtel and bassist Joe Osborn.

After recording an eponymous solo album in 1972, persuaded by David Geffen, Souther formed the Souther Hillman Furay Band with Chris Hillman and Richie Furay. The group released two albums, but creative tensions and lack of record sales (not to mention Furay's discomfort with playing secular music following his conversion to Christianity) led to the band's demise.

Souther is probably best known for his well crafted songwriting abilities, especially in the field of country rock. He co-wrote some of the biggest hits for the Eagles, including "Best of My Love", "Victim of Love", "Heartache Tonight", and "New Kid in Town". He also wrote songs for several of Ronstadt's multi-platinum albums, including "Faithless Love" from "Heart Like a Wheel" and "White Rhythm and Blues" included in her "Living in the USA" album. He also recorded several notable duets with Ronstadt, including "Hearts Against the Wind," "Prisoner in Disguise," and "Sometimes You Can't Win." He wrote "Run Like a Thief," which appeared on "Home Plate" by Bonnie Raitt.

His biggest hit as a solo artist was his 1979 Orbison-influenced song "You're Only Lonely" from the album of the same name, which reached number 7 on the Billboard charts. A collaboration with James Taylor called "Her Town Too" from Taylor's "Dad Loves His Work" album reached number 11 on the Billboard Pop Singles chart.

He was a contributor on the "Roy Orbison & Friends - A Black and White Night" 1987 concert and video, sang The Platters' "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" in the 1989 movie 'Always' and sang the theme song to the 1989-1992 sitcom 'Anything But Love'.

"If The World Was You" is his first new album in 24 years. The album was recorded live in the studio with a five-piece jazz ensemble. It includes the 12 minute 56 second epic 'The Secret Handshake of Fate'.

www.johndavidsouther.com

 



Jeff Golub

In June of 2011, at the age of 56, the acclaimed guitarist Jeff Golub lost his eyesight overnight. In 2013 he went in the studio to record his 12th solo-album, with a little help from his childhood-hero Brian Auger on Hammond B3 and vocalists like Christopher Cross and Alex Ligertwood.

For Jeff’s 3rd album with eOne/Membran/Naxos he has joined together with British jazz-rock legend Brian Auger and the signature sound of Brian’s Hammond B3. This amazing duo along with Alex Ligertwood on vocals and Steve Ferrone from Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers on drums, have crafted a timeless journey blending Soul, Jazz and Blues. Train Keeps A Rolling also features two vocal giants, Christopher Cross on the classic Ace song “How Long”, and David Pack on The Police’s “Walking On The Moon”.

"Train Keeps A Rolling" takes you back to a time when Bill Graham’s Fillmore East and West ruled the rock world. From the opening notes of “The Cat”, through the classic Curtis Mayfield cover “Pusher Man”, onto the classic blues of Mose Allison’s “Live The Life I Love”, Jeff and Brian deliver a powerful musical painting. Close your eyes and join Jeff Golub and Brian Auger as they deliver a classic soul-rock styled album that is both unique and contemporary.

www.jeffgolub.com



Jeff Larson

Those who long for the breezy soft rock sound that typified California rock in the early 70s will find Jeff Larson’s latest album, “Left Of A Dream”, a refreshing revival.

Like his pals, Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley, the duo that carries the America banner, Larson excels in creating lush, melodic sounds that are tailor made for radio and other forms of mass-consumption, an instantly accessible and agreeable approach that’s both assured and reassuring.

Not surprisingly, Bunnell and Beckley make their presence known here as back-up players and producers, reinforcing the America comparisons on such songs as “Anywhere She Goes”, ”Ghosts Of San Miguel”, as well as “Where Is Indio, CA?”.  However, Larson doesn’t really need the superstar support (Brian Wilson collaborator Jeffrey Foskett also adds to the sunny ambiance); with several other stellar albums already under his belt, ”Left Of A Dream” merely confirms what fans already know, namely that he’s one of the best pop pundits out there these days.

Where others may rely on gimmicks or studio gadgetry, Larson’s forte is simply making memorable melodies. True to form, songs such as ”Wake Up” and ”Red To Rus” tug at the heartstrings and make an indelible imprint even on first hearing.

Chalk it up to the fact that he’s not on a major label, or that radio is simply too constricted to play mass appeal music, to explain the fact that Larson isn’t the major star he ought to be. Whatever the reason, don’t let it dissuade you. Simply put, ”Left Of A Dream” is one of the best albums you’re likely to hear all year.

"Left Of A Dream" available here.

www.jefflarson-music.com

 



Jeff Pevar

"During the summer of 2010, I received an invitation from my friend, Greg Fredrick, to compose music for a documentary he was producing on the Oregon Caves. I happily agreed to take on the project while assuming I would compose this music in my home studio to previously assembled documentary footage. Shortly after I took on the project, I was presented with the exciting and unique opportunity to record my acoustic guitars in the Oregon Caves themselves!

I purposely decided not to prepare anything for this event prior to the recording. I had a premonition that playing my guitar in such a sacred space would strongly influence my improvisations and evoke unique creativity. I decided to bring 2 acoustic instruments for the recording session in the caves, a 6 string acoustic guitar and an 8 string mandocello.

On the afternoon of Oct 6th, 2010, in the largest open cavern in the caves, called the Ghost Room, 12 compositions were spontaneously conceived, one after the other. I performed one take on each piece, without any idea of how the music would begin or unfold.

The caves were chilly and damp, yet deeply calm and serene, as if time were standing still. Condensation dripped from the rock walls, which you can hear during quiet moments of the recordings. As I had previously hoped and imagined, the decision to improvise while in the caves had a profound impact on the compositions.

After the staff at the Oregon Caves National Monument heard what I had recorded, they inquired if I would consider releasing this music as a CD of its own. The concept of turning these improvisations into complete arrangements, much less a debut release, wasn't at all a consideration previously. I assumed that only excerpts of this guitar music would be used to support the PBS documentary, 'The Marble Halls Of Oregon'.

To my surprise and delight, a lifelong quest was realized. Up until this time, the daunting task of deciding what music might possibly be included on a debut project of my own had eluded me. Now in one fateful, fruitful three-hour visit to the Oregon Caves, this wish had been visualized, crystallized and documented.

Rather than release this debut as a solo guitar record only, I chose to add more sonic diversity, color, and intensity to the songs by taking the 12 original performances back to my home studio and overdub additional instruments to the tracks recorded in the caves. In an effort to keep the music as organic as possible, I avoided using any electric instruments. While most of the instruments heard on these songs are overdubbed performances of my own, as the project evolved, I was imagining some other sonic textures, so I decided to invite a number of special guests to add their unique flavor on selected songs.

On a whim, I sent the song 'River Of Dreams' to one of my favorite vocalists and composers, Jon Anderson, best known from his work with the band Yes. To my delight, Jon wrote the lyrics and sent back a recording of his vocals only a few hours later, with a heartfelt letter telling me how much he enjoyed this music and this opportunity to collaborate.

I am humbled by all of this. I thank all involved for the wondrous gifts of their participation. I offer this music out, from within. It has given me a faith that more is available to us than we could ever imagine, if we trust to call on it. From The Core ~ Jeff Pevar

www.pevar.com

 


Jenai Huff

Since the release of her critically acclaimed debut album, "Transitions", almost 4 years ago, Jenai Huff has been writing and recording her own songs. In November 2013 she released her EP, "Grace & Elbow Grease". It was also met with high praise from DJ’s, music critics and listeners alike. Her songs are thought provoking, and like her lyrics, her melodies often take a twist adding interest and originality to stories of life and love, and social commentary as well. Her pure and soulful voice touches people and stirs their souls. Her style is a little bit folk, a little bit country, with a touch of jazz and r'n'b.

She has just released her latest album, "Color Wheel". This new release includes 7 originals and 2 covers. The songs were recorded live in one room with ‘The Core Four’, which include Ben Wisch, Eugene Ruffolo, George Naha and her. 'The Core Four' are now setting up tours in the US and Europe.

As with Jenai’s 1st and 2nd CD, her newest project, "Color Wheel", is produced by 2 time Grammy winner, Ben Wisch. His two Grammy awards were for 'Album Of The Year' with Marc Cohn, for the album of the same name, and for Mexican superstar, Ricardo Arjona. He, also, plays piano and keys on the album. In addition to Ben, Jenai plays with well known musical geniuses that she also calls her friends. Acoustic guitar and background vocals are sung by Eugene Ruffolo, internationally recognized as one of the best singer songwriters with a golden voice. George Naha, internationally known guitarist, is co-writing with Jenai and plays electric guitar. He has played with Aretha Franklin, Sam & Dave, Wilson Picket and many more. Zev Katz, whose credits are too numerous to list, but range from Bono, James Taylor and Aretha Franklin plays upright and electric bass. Chris Marshak plays drums and percussion, and is a regular face on many musicians’ tracks and at their gigs.

Jenai has, also, completed 3 music videos that were shot and directed by Arthur Jafa. He has won numerous awards for his work in cinematography. Working with musical artists such as Beyonce and Lauren Hill, as well his work on Hollywood movies. Examples of his work in Hollywood include director of cinematography for the movie 'Crooklyn', and as a cameraman on the movie 'Selma'. The new videos featuring songs from her EP, "Grace & Elbow Grease" will be released in July 2016.

Jenai relocated to New York City from California to be closer to the musicians that she works with, and to expand her personal experiences in life, which she brings to her songs. She is now a permanent resident there. New York City warmly embraced her, as has much of the upper east coast. She is part of a group called Artist Without Walls and now is a regular at their monthly showcases in New York City.

www.jenaihuffmusic.com

 



Jerry Douglas

"Traveler", the new album from world-renowned musician Jerry Douglas, will soon be released by eOne Music. This is Douglas’ first solo release since his acclaimed 2009 Christmas album, "Jerry Christmas!", and features special guest vocals from Eric Clapton, Mumford & Sons, Paul Simon, Keb’ Mo’, Marc Cohn and Alison Krauss & Union Station.

The 11-track album also features legendary musicians Dr. John (piano), Béla Fleck (banjo), Del McCoury (harmony vocals), Sam Bush (harmony vocals and mandolin) Omar Hakim (drums) and Viktor Krauss (bass), among others.

Recorded in Nashville, New Orleans, New York and Banbury, UK, "Traveler" was produced by Russ Titelman. Songs include versions of Paul Simon’s “The Boxer” and “American Tune”, as well as several original tunes from Douglas. Of special note is Douglas’ rendition of the Leadbelly classic “On A Monday”, which marks his lead vocal debut.

Internationally recognized as the world’s most renowned dobro player, Douglas ranks among the top contemporary artists in American music. Douglas has garnered thirteen Grammy Awards while holding the distinction of being named 'Musician Of The Year' by The Country Music Association (2002, 2005 and 2007), The Academy Of Country Music (11 times), and The Americana Music Association (2002 and 2003), as well as numerous International Bluegrass Music Association awards. Douglas is the recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from The Americana Music Association, and was honored as the 2008 'Artist In Residence' at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, TN. In 2004, the National Endowment for The Arts honored Douglas with a National Heritage Fellowship, acknowledging his artistic excellence and contribution to the nation's traditional arts, their highest such accolade.

In addition to his groundbreaking work as a member of Alison Krauss & Union Station, The Country Gentlemen, J.D. Crowe & The New South, Boone Creek, Strength in Numbers, Elvis Costello’s Sugarcanes, and others, Douglas has graced over 2,000 recordings by such distinguished artists as James Taylor, Paul Simon, Ray Charles, Lyle Lovett, Elvis Costello, Garth Brooks, Charlie Haden, Earl Scruggs, Phish, Emmylou Harris, Bill Frisell, The Chieftains, and the eight million-plus selling soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?".

www.jerrydouglas.com

 


Jesse Dayton

It’s circa 1982, in a small zydeco club called The Boulevard in Beaumont, TX, not far from the Louisiana and Texas state line. Austin blues impresario Clifford Antone, who discovered Stevie Ray & Jimmie Vaughan, Charlie Sexton, Doyle Bramhall Sr and Jr and just about every other guitar player from Austin, has made a special trip from his own venue, Antone’s Blues Club, along with his bodyguard Sugar Bear, to see a very young Jesse Dayton play. “Who the hell is this kid? He can play it all, country, blues, zydeco!”, he tells the club owner. Clifford walks to the stage, pulls out a napkin with his number written on it and tells young Dayton he has an open invitation to come to Austin and play at Antone’s. Sure, there we’re small country and western gigs at the State Fair, mandatory family piano lessons, a few private parties for kids and Shriners, but the invite from Clifford Antone is how it all started for Jesse Dayton and he’s been playing live ever since.

Today, Dayton’s pedigree is not only impressive, but varied, to say the least. He played all of the lead guitar on Waylon Jennings record "Right For The Time" and on Ray Prices’ record "Prisoner Of Love". He’s also recorded with Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Johnny Bush and played live with Kris Kristofferson. Dayton played the lead parts alongside his personal hero Glen Campbell, right after Campbell was diagnosed with Alzheimers. His exploits are not solely within the country genre either, Dayton has jokingly declared onstage, “The Clash & X saved me from going to Foghat concerts”, so it’s not surprising that he ended up playing guitar on the Supersuckers biggest selling record "Must’ve Been High", which frontman Eddie Spaghetti admits was directly influenced by Dayton himself. Dayton ended up producing and playing all of the guitars on Eddie’s solo record, "The Value Of Nothing" and also appears on the new Supersuckers record "Get The Hell". After touring with Mike Ness from Social Distortion, then playing with punk icon John Doe from the band X, the 2 appeared on Letterman, Dayton got the call to play guitar for X on the bands entire North American Tour, filling in for Billy Zoom while he was in cancer treatment.

A lot has happened since Dayton’s 1st solo record, "Raisin’ Cain", was released in ’95 and went to # 1 on the americana charts. He followed that success with soundtracks for Rob Zombie’s films "The Devils Rejects", "Halloween 2", in which Dayton played the part of Captain Clegg, and Zombie’s animated film "The Haunted World Of El Super Beasto". Dayton used that experience to write and direct his own feature film called "Zombex", starring Malcolm McDowell, Lew Temple and Sid Haig. The 'zombies take New Orleans' horror film was picked up for distribution by Barnholtz Entertainment and now has a worldwide cult film following. Dayton says, “after directing 'Zombex' and making a little money, I ran as fast as I could back into the arms of the music business”. His new album, "The Revealer", is a barn burner gumbo of country, blues and punk, all mixed together into what would now be called americana. Produced by John Evans and engineered by Steve Christiansen at the legendary Sugar Hill Studios in Houston, it was quite a homecoming for Dayton, returning to the Houston studio where he did his first recording session there at 18 years old, playing on a session for hit producer Huey P Meaux with a zydeco band.

Returning to the recording studio, Dayton brought what he calls, “my best batch of tunes yet”. Dayton, along with Evans and Christiansen, recorded the majority of the record live. “You could feel the ghost of George Jones, Freddy Fender, Doug Sahm and Jerry Lee Lewis, who recorded there with producer Huey Meaux, in the room while we were working”, Dayton says. “I wanted to get great live rootsy sounds, like the records I loved growing up, but with a real Texas songwriter, story telling, approach to the lyrics”. Dayton has certainly gone back to those roots, that Texas and Louisiana border feel, with "The Revealer".

His latest album starts with a bang, titled “Daddy Was A Badass”, a driving piece recalling about the hard charging life of own father and uncles. This opening track explains a whole hell of a lot about who Jesse Dayton is and why he sounds so different from the current wave of americana artists. The songs are personal, about his family and where he’s from. Never opting for the typical lyrics, you can hear Dayton is a big Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt fan. There will be no writing about pink Cadillacs & poodle skirts. “It seems like most of the retro stuff I hear these days”, Dayton explains, “is very paint by numbers, not personal or vulnerable. I love what Dylan did on a few of his later records, where he would do a smokin’ r'n'b or country song, but with real story lyrics”. The Beaumont native, turned Austinite also says, “this record is more guitar centric, more stripped down and all about my guitar playing, very little piano or any other instruments”.

Collaboration can be the key to many success stories, so to here on "The Revealer". On one of those tunes, “Three Pecker Goat”, Dayton co-wrote it with longtime friend and americana star Hayes Carll and later, he duets on “Match Made In Heaven” with Austin songbird Brennan Leigh.

Dayton’s upcoming tour schedule is insane. He just finished performing aboard the “The Outlaw Country Cruise” with Lucinda Williams, The Mavericks and Steve Earle. Dayton’s music was such a hit, he’s already been asked back for the next cruise. His tour dates go non-stop into next year. Come on out and listen to this tall Texan take you on a zydeco flavored trip through his musical mind, you will not be disappointed.

www.blueelan.com

www.jessedayton.com

 


Jimmy Somerville

Iconic singer Jimmy Somerville has announced the release of his 6th solo album "Homage" on March 10th, 2015. The record, a collection of 12 original disco tracks, is a tribute to the genre that inspired Jimmy so much during his teenage years, and is available to pre-order now.

While working with the record’s producer and friend John Winfield, Jimmy had the idea to turn the songs they were working on at the time into 'disco'. John didn’t need convincing. "We took all the songs and structured them into disco, when we started doing that I realised they were all closet disco songs and they all came to life, it was really exciting”, explains Somerville.

The album was a ‘family and friends’ affair on which the legendary vocalist had full control, something, he says, that hadn’t been happening since the Communards. "Working with people who have been really been into it, completely supportive and understanding about what I wanted to achieve has been a complete dream, no egos, no drama queens, no divas, just a real commitment and connection to it”.

Inspired by music and politics, Jimmy Somerville rose to fame in the early 80's as the lead singer of electronic dance outfit Bronski Beat. Their radio friendly single "Smalltown Boy" boldly addressed the social issue of gay isolation, while bringing into the spotlight one of the most unique voices of that generation. Following singles "Why", "It Ain’t Necessarily So" and "I Feel Love" consolidated Somerville’s success. Bronski Beat’s only album "The Age of Consent" reached platinum in the UK before Jimmy’s departure in 1985. The talented singer went on to form The Communards, enjoying a string of hits from their two albums " Communards" (1986) and "Red" (1987). Their single "Don’t Leave Me This Way" held the # 1 slot for several weeks and went on to become a classic. Jimmy Somerville embarked in a solo career in 1989 and released 5 albums. Always an outspoken crusader for the gay community, his disarming honesty only contributed to his outstanding achievements throughout the years.

Famous for re-making disco classics as his own, "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)", "Never Can Say Goodbye", "Don’t Leave Me This Way" and "I Feel Love" to name but a few, "Homage" was a logical next step in Somerville's career, one at which he can only excel considering his background, passion and undisputed vocal talent.

www.jimmysomerville.com

 



Jimmy Webb

Over a remarkable 45 plus year career Jimmy Webb has received every major award this industry has to offer, including being the only artist to ever receive Grammy awards for music, lyrics, and orchestration. Jimmy Webb has personally written the Great American Songbook, including such masterworks as “Up, Up and Away”, “By the Time I Get to Phoenix”, “Wichita Lineman”, “Galveston”, “All I Know” and “MacArthur Park”. His songs have been performed by many of the most popular contemporary singers, including R.E.M., Glen Campbell, The 5th Dimension, Thelma Houston, The Supremes, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Isaac Hayes, Art Garfunkel, Amy Grant, Linda Ronstadt, Donna Summer, Barbra Streisand, and Carly Simon.

For “Still Within The Sound Of My Voice” Jimmy delves deep into his songbook for some of his most dynamic performances to date. From the opening notes of “Sleeping In The Daytime”, Jimmy and Lyle Lovett are off and running with a contemporary sound that will be blasting out of AAA radio speakers all across the country. The album again unites Jimmy Webb with some of today’s biggest selling and enduring artists for once in a lifetime performances, including the iconic “MacArthur Park”. In celebration of its 45th Anniversary, Jimmy reached out to Brian Wilson for his inspirational vocal harmonies which take this American classic soaring to new heights. This album is full inspirational vocal performances from the breathless seduction of Carly Simon on “Easy For You To Say”, to the joyful contemporary styling of Keith Urban on “Where’s The Playground, Susie”. In celebration of Jimmy Webb’s career as a singer, songwriter and performer, it is easy to see why these artists all have joined together for this amazing collection of duets from the Jimmy Webb Great American Songbook.

www.jimmywebb.com

 


Joan Osborne

Multi-platinum selling recording artist and seven time Grammy nominee Joan Osborne has just released her 8th studio recording, “Love & Hate”. The poignant 12-song collection, which weaves together strands of American roots music, poetic lyrics and impassioned vocals, is released via Membran in Europe.

Osborne wrote or co-wrote every song on “Love & Hate”, making it her most intimate album yet. “These songs resonate especially deep for me," she says. "I feel like I've grown so much as a songwriter, using simpler and simpler language, getting to the heart of the matter in a purer way". Osborne co-produced “Love & Hate” with Jack Petruzzelli (Patti Smith, Rufus Wainwright) and recorded the album in her current hometown of New York City. The pair previously collaborated for Osborne’s “Bring It On Home”, which was Grammy nominated in the Best Blues Album Category last year

Of the concept behind “Love & Hate”, Osborne explains, “The image I keep coming back to is that of a beam of white light: we think it’s one thing, but when you shine it through a prism, you see that it’s made up of many different colors, different frequencies. Love isn’t just one thing either; it can be made up of faith and passion, power struggles, humor, anguish, deep spirituality, lust, anger, everything on that spectrum. People we love can bring out the very best and the absolute worst in us, and we can do that to them, too. Love is always a risk".

The soulful vocalist, who counts such legendary artists as Etta James and Ray Charles as influences, has toured extensively with her own band and as a member of The Dead. She was one of the original artists on Lilith Fair and has performed alongside many notable musicians, including Bob Dylan, Luciano Pavarotti, Stevie Wonder, Emmylou Harris and Patti Smith, to name a few. Osborne’s debut album “Relish” produced the massive MTV and international radio smash, "One Of Us”. Osborne is currently a member of the rock band/creative collective Trigger Hippy formed by Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman along with Jackie Greene, Tom Bukovac and Nick Govrik.

http://joanosborne.com



Joel Rafael

Singer-songwriter and folk musician Joel Rafael has been writing and performing for over 50 years, beginning as a drummer with his first band, a jazz combo, in the 6th grade. After transitioning from jazz to surf music in junior high, Rafael soon found himself swept up by the rise of folk music in the early 60's. He began learning chords on a cheap guitar he picked up in Tijuana, until he was able to afford a more respectable instrument by selling an expensive rifle he’d been given. He soon became the resident folk musician of his high school, performing in hootenannies, benefit shows, and on open stages, polishing his style. He began incorporating his own lyrics and melodies into the folk format, and by his senior year he was gigging in clubs his classmates were too young to enter.

Rafael enrolled in college at Cal State Fullerton, because the Vietnam War was raging, and the draft was very real, but only stuck it out for two semesters, before moving to Los Angeles, where he could perform on stages at the Troubadour and the Ash Grove. Eventually those clubs started catering more to rock groups, and, after losing his student deferment, his draft status was again 1A, so Rafael headed north with a group of outlaws, artists, writers and mystics, eventually landing in Oregon.

Two years later, Rafael was busted for hashish in Portland as part of a citywide sweep of the entire underground. He was released with three five-year probations (fifteen years) to be served concurrently, and was forbidden to reside in the State of Oregon. Still intending to avoid the draft, he relocated back to Los Angeles where he found day work at North Beach Leather to support himself, while honing his songwriting in the musically fertile hills of Laurel Canyon. An opportunity to assist a friend open an “old world” leather shop took him north to Seattle. From there, he eventually retreated to the mountains where he worked on his songwriting, and learned to live simply.

The draft board caught up with him, and demanded he report for a physical. Instead he relocated and settled in North San Diego County where he learned to grow avocadoes on a newly planted ten-acre ranch. Life in rural North County presented new opportunities, and each one seemed to inspire a song. Finally, with the ending of the draft, and his probation behind him, Rafael’s songs no longer reflected the idealism of his teen years, he now wrote about his life and his family and what he saw in the world around him. In nearby Encinitas, he began to play his songs in front of a real audience again, at the Blue Ridge Guitar Shop, where he also began a lifetime friendship with Eagles songwriter Jack Tempchin.

During the late 70's, Rafael performed around Southern California in various groups including as a duo with Rosie Flores. In the early 80's, after he and Rosie parted ways, he found a niche in San Diego County as an opener for nationally touring acts at several local venues, which allowed him to grow as a performer of his own original songs. Jesse Colin Young added Rafael as an opener on a short tour of the Southwest in 1981, shortly after he recorded his first album, "Dharma Bums", with San Diego songwriter Richard Bowen. In the early 90's, with the mentoring support of Paul Rothchild, the Joel Rafael Band was born.

After releasing 2 albums with the Joel Rafael Band, "Joel Rafael Band" (1994) and "Old Wood Barn" (1996), he was invited to join Jackson Browne’s Inside Recordings for a 3rd album, "Hopper" (2000), which would end up being the band’s last. In 2002, with his daughter Jamaica and guitar player Carl Johnson, he performed 5 original songs, 2 co-writes with John Steinbeck, and the background musical score for a new radio play of 'The Grapes Of Wrath'. After performing the play for a week in Los Angeles, the live recording became part of NPR archives where it surfaces annually. After 5 years on the Woody Guthrie Festival, he decided to release an album of all Woody Guthrie tunes, "Woodeye" (2003), which included one song for which he composed the music, and one original talking piece combined with a Woody Guthrie song. Shortly after, he turned his focus to another album of Woody Guthrie songs, "Woodyboye" (2005) –– this one including four more Woody Guthrie co-writes with lyrics given to him by Woody’s daughter, Nora Guthrie.

After six years devoted to presenting as much of Woody’s songs as he could, Rafael found himself again touring the country, but this time as part of a road show of songwriters dedicated to presenting Woody Guthrie through his songs and prose. And it was time to return to his own songs, so with more than an album’s worth of material, he went to Austin and put together 13 songs with a band of musicians who backed Stillwater, Oklahoma native, and Austin icon Jimmy LaFave. The resulting "Thirteen Stories High" (2008), introduced a new musical collaboration embracing his original work and including the songs of Steve Earle and Jack Hardy.

By the time he released his next album of original songs, "America Come Home", it was 2012 and the year of Woody Guthrie’s Centennial. 2 of Rafael’s co-writes with Guthrie were published in a book of 100 songs, "Every One Hundred Years: The Woody Guthrie Centennial Songbook", and he was asked to perform on several tribute concerts around the country, the most notable, and an admitted high point of his career, was the final 2012 show at the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts in Washington, DC.

As a solo performer and with his band, he has opened shows throughout the southwestern United States for artists including Joan Baez, John Trudell, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Sheryl Crow, Laura Nyro, Taj Mahal, Emmylou Harris and John Lee Hooker.

"Baladista", Joel Rafael’s 9th album, delivers 10 essential ballads that embrace and celebrate the human spirit and reflect the half-century journey of an American songwriter.

www.joelrafael.com

www.insiderecordings.com

 


Johanna Lillvik

The debut EP of Johanna Lillvik is just the tip of the iceberg. Though having written songs from an early age, this is the 1st time ever that she unravels her poetry mind and clearly colourful compositions on an available recording.

Many years of performing as a singer, and an artist in various projects, have rendered her a reputation on stage, but her plentitude of songs are still quite unknown to the main audience. They have bred in the dark, with strong melodies and bewitching rhythms. Some are ready to hatch at the beginning of January 2017 and show their beautiful plumage.

Johannas influence on her debut is omnipotent. As a composer, writer and as a producer, she really sets the conditions for her pieces, yet the music shows a great deal of creative interaction with her excellent fellow musicians. Her voice hovers over the supportative arrangements that distinguish the different character of each one of these 5 tracks.

Critics have twisted their heads trying to define the genre she plays, since she fearlessly moves across the borderlines of many. Wether or not she will be the inventor of one in the end, I wish you a safe flight if you wish to take off with Johanna Lillvik as your pilot. Don´t forget to buckle up!

www.paraplyrecords.se

www.facebook.com/Johanna-Lillvik-240004829398175

 


Johanna Sillanpaa

It’s smart, it’s soulful, it’s jazz. For every style of music that Johanna Sillanpaa explores, there’s a vibrant color in her voice to match. Sillanpaa’s vocals are expertly clear, gently raw, and yet intensely bold. She performs thoughtful jazz you can dig your heels into. She and her ensemble have played everywhere from intimate jazz joints across North America and Europé, all the way to performing in front of the 60 000 plus crowds of the Montreal Jazz Festival.

Beyond filling venues in Canada and abroad, Sillanpaa’s previous solo albums have also drawn their fair share of accolades and award nominations. Johanna’s music has garnered 2007 and 2012 nominations for Western Canadian Music Awards, as well as Best Female Vocalist and Group And Duo Of The Year at the 2010 Canadian Smooth Jazz Awards.

There’s no mistaking that this highly acclaimed Swedish born artist has truly come into her own with her latest solo album "From This Side". The recording features Canadian JUNO Award winning jazz bassist George Koller, internationally renowned trumpeter Ingrid Jensen, TD Grand Jazz winning pianist Chris Andrew and 3 time WCMA nominated jazz drummer Tyler Hornby. From modern jazz arrangements to catchy originals all in the name of jazz, her latest musical statement is sure to captivate audiences everywhere.

www.johannamusic.com

 


Jon Strider

This ”Soul Reunion” album has Jon Strider coming full circle in his musical, and personal, life. Indeed, it is a departure from his ’rhythm’n’folk’ and ’retro rockin' country’ recordings released between 1990 and 2015.

Growing up in Berkeley, CA, in the 1960's, Jon was exposed to many styles of music, but was particularly taken by r’n’b, soul music and blues. He thought it was high time that he made a recording that celebrated this music, and tapped his more soulful side. 4 years in the making, Jon sincerely hopes you'll enjoy this fantastic album.

Unlike many of Strider's albums, ”Soul Reunion” is keyboarda and vocals driven, rather than guitar driven. This gives the record a beautifully warm, yet still powerful and soulful. sonic texture. Jon's eloquent piano playing swims beautifully with Skip Edward's compositional hammond b3 performances. Based in L.A., Skip has played on thousands of top drawer records, among them albums by Dixie Chicks, Bonnie Raitt, Roy Orbison, Buck Owens, Dwight Yoakam, kd lang and Ike Turner.

The project's other stand-out is Mariam Ucharu. To imagine this recording without her background vocal contribution is simply unimaginable. It also must be noted, that Jon is singing, producing and arranging, better than ever. All these factors, along with top drawer musicians, and Emil Isaksson's engineering prowess, assure that the goods are delivered, no doubt about it. And, Indiana and Nashville based mastering whiz, Paul Mahern, makes absolutely sure that the promise of ”Soul Reunion” is fully realized.

www.jonstrider.com

www.jonstrider.bandcamp.com



Joni Mitchell

Greenpeace Canada is set to release an exclusive two-disc, re-mastered live recording of "Amchitka - The 1970 Concert That Launched Greenpeace", featuring Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and the late Phil Ochs. The concert, a fundraiser to protest U.S. nuclear bomb tests near Amchitka, Alaska sees a first-time release on 10 November. The CD is available exclusively through Greenpeace and all proceeds will benefit the organization.

“We are pleased to offer this musical slice of history to Greenpeace supporters and music lovers around the world,” said Bruce Cox, Greenpeace Canada’s executive director. “This CD is a piece of musical magic. It contains never before heard songs, duets and chatter that capture the confidence and hope of the times. It carries a timeless message that change is possible.” The concert, which took place at the Pacific Coliseum in Vancouver, British Columbia on 16 October 1970, was organized by former trial lawyer and activist Irving Stowe. As co-director of the 'Don’t Make A Wave Committee', he raised enough money to send 11 peace activists by boat, christened The Greenpeace, to the Aleutian Island of Amchitka. The activists were unsuccessful in stopping the tests, but their voyage in 1971 marks the birth of the worldwide organization known today as Greenpeace.

“The Amchitka voyage would not have happened without the concert, and so we owe a debt of gratitude to Irving Stowe, and the talents of Joni Mitchell, James Taylor and Phil Ochs for generating the momentum that ultimately launched Greenpeace,” continued Cox. “The activists that traveled to Amchitka set the example that has guided and defined Greenpeace: non-violent direct action to protect our environment and motivate societal change.”

The upcoming release features concert performances by then-rising Canadian star Joni Mitchell and a 22-year old James Taylor. Protest singer, Phil Ochs kicks off the CD. Earlier that year Mitchell had been named Top Female Performer of 1970 by Melody Maker magazine and Taylor had released his major breakthrough album "Sweet Baby James".

Of the historic concert, Amchitka emcee and Canadian broadcaster, Terry David Mulligan says, “The crew of ‘The Greenpeace’ took hold of our hearts and minds and pulled all of us along. As always, music carried the day.”

Get the background to this amazing story, right here.

www.jonimitchell.com

www.myspace.com/amchitka

www.twitter.com/amchitka1970

www.facebook.com/pages/Amchitka/60751539970

 



Josh Rouse

The Past. The Present. The Future.

This record is in some ways unique. One that bridges both history, and what is to come. All highlighted in a musical collection that also reflects the current day, and the here and now for the artist. This is the world of Josh Rouse circa 2011: An American, born in the Midwest, who has over his life called many parts of the United States home, but an American now living a more cosmopolitan existence in modern Europe. The common thread through this rich journey has been the music – distinctive, appealing, and much celebrated across the globe. And so the life of Josh Rouse, of the Artist, is reflected in this set of new recordings, a new album, his 9th overall, and with the simple title, ‘Josh Rouse and the Long Vacations’.

This album we are talking about was recorded in Spain, but decidedly not “Spanish” in feel, or not, as some might say, ethnic. This is an album that, in some fashion, reflects a reprise of the singer-songwriter’s roots. It encapsulates a past for Rouse that is steeped in that American Midwest, infused with the spirit of the endless plains and a homespun existence in Nebraska. And a past also touched by the American South – one with a distinctive friendly nature, like a warm hug by a lake on a glorious summer evening. It reflects a life growing up with the smooth uplifting sounds of early 70's AM radio. The soft rock sounds of the Artist’s youth. That is the past.

But this album is also informed by the present. While not sounding what could be described as “latin”, there is no doubting that La Furia Roja is manifested in the tracks within. This is an album recorded in this European nation, which – by definition – adds its own distinctive texture to the sounds and spirit and feel of these nine songs. Spain – a land where an afternoon siesta is still a holdover from what
now seems like a past, simpler life. A society inspired by the glorious sun-soaked beaches of the Mediterranean, where life is free and easy. And modern Spain – which embraces a mixture of the old and new, where 21st century architecture nestles alongside ancient buildings. This is
Spain – a forward thinking country, living beyond the traditional rules by which the crossroads of commerce and culture must adhere. A nation exemplified by the bright colors and bold brush-strokes of artistic masters such as Miró and Picasso, reverentially embracing culture – where
art is life, and life is art. This is what inspires the Artist, and has motivated the formation of these songs.

And the album is steeped in the future – a new decade in 2011, and on toward the years ahead. This is a future where the world is no longer carved into distinct small units, where life has become universal – a melting pot of different cultures, and personalities, and influences – one reflecting a cosmopolitan spirit, with no boundaries. This is also a future where technology breaks down barriers and distance. It is a world that has enabled an album to be recorded for posterity, in part in Williamsburg, Brooklyn; in Barcelona, and on to Valencia, Spain; where it is gathered together as a cohesive whole. Indeed, Valencia – the city of arts & sciences embracing the avant garde & the futuristic – one that could be said to epitomize, the future.

"Josh Rouse & The Long Vacations" - Released by Bedroom Classics/ADA Global on September 27th, 2011.

www.joshrouse.com

www.myspace.com/joshrouse





Jude Johnstone

Born in Bar Harbor, Maine, Jude Johnstone began writing songs at about age 8. At 18, she was discovered by Bruce Springsteen's saxophonist, Clarence Clemons. After spending some time in New York and New Jersey under his wing, in 1979, she moved to Los Angeles, where her songs quickly became sought after by other artists.

She has been covered by Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Johnny Cash, Stevie Nicks, Jennifer Warnes, Trisha Yearwood, and many more, including a #1 song for Yearwood's debut album, called "The Woman Before Me", which earned her a BMI award. She also penned the title track to Johnny Cash's Grammy winning album "Unchained". She now resides in Nashville, TN.

Jude has released 6 CD's of her own, and is about to release her 7th CD, called "A Woman's Work".

www.bojakrecords.com

www.judejohnstone.com

 



Judy Collins

Folk icon Judy Collins will release her new album 'Paradise', on June 28th, 2010, on Wildflower Records. The collection of songs selected for Collins’ latest project reinforces her lifelong commitment to quality songwriting and worldwide reputation as one of the finest interpretative singers in any genre. 'Paradise' is a collection of songs with universal themes, desires, and cries of a human being searching for paradise here on earth. There are 10 heartfelt songs with tales to tell about finding love, losing love, personal freedom and redemption. Collins teams up with the legendary Joan Baez and Stephen Stills on two tracks.

'Paradise' provides a modern take on the times, with brand new renditions of archetypal songs made fresh with Collins’ striking arrangements and intimate, breathtaking vocals. The material here is drawn from great sources such as Jimmy Webb, Tom Paxton, Joan Baez, Tim Buckley, and Stan Jones, to name a few. The duet of Collins and Baez singing “Diamonds and Rust”, Baez’s 1975 hit single, is stunning as you listen to their angelic harmonies revealing sincere feelings on the complexity of love in haunting words and melody. And, with the often-recorded Tom Paxton song “Last Thing On My Mind”, Judy Collins pairs up with Stephen Stills to create a fresh and sweetly melodic track, beautifully weaving their complementary voices together with soft and jangly guitars of a song reminiscing a couple’s breakup. The poignant duet from these two former lovers, singing “I could’ve loved you better, didn’t mean to be unkind, don’t you know that was the last thing on my mind” make for a wonderfully lilting and bittersweet tune.

Renowned for her activism and performing socially relevant material Collins’ 'Paradise' includes the recording “The Weight Of The World,” by emerging artist Amy Speace, an anti-war song with powerful and personal lyrics. Singing about a brother unthinkably heading off to fight, Collins’ voice is a plaintive, universal cry of the unspeakable senselessness of losing a loved one to war. We can feel the weight of her world in the intimacy of the song’s lyrics, resonating with “The weight of the world, too heavy to lift/So much was lost, so much was missed/It doesn’t seem fair that any boy or any girl/Should have to carry the weight of the world”.

'Paradise' concludes with a song of hope and wonderment as you listen to Collins’ enchanting recording of the#1 movie song of all-time, “Over The Rainbow”, Her recording of this song is also included on a CD insert to her new children’s picture book project, also titled “Over the Rainbow”.

www.judycollins.com

www.myspace.com/judycollinsmyspace

 


Judy Nazemetz

Judy Nazemetz' new album “Balancing Act" is the followup to Judy’s celebrated 2014 breakthrough release “Variety Pak”. “Balancing Act" features 12 new songs, done with Judy’s unique sense of humor, though to be honest, there are a couple of serious songs, as well. Her songs address a range of subjects including lousy drivers, that first cup of coffee, mortality, hanging clothes on the line, arrogance, a stick of butter, the rising tide, literally, love, and senior moments. Did I mention senior moments? And, it wouldn’t be a Judy album if it didn’t have a bunch of different genres, country, jazz, folk, reggae, gospel, Jimmy Buffett-esque, yes, that’s a genre, I googled it, and a special holiday tune sung by mrs Claus.

Once again, Chad Watson is producing, and playing bass, guitar, organ, mandolin and trombone, and has gathered some incredible musicians to help out, Don Peake, The Vincent Sisters, Neftali Santiago, Jim Brock, John Wakefield, Jeff Gold, JT Thomas, Eddie Hedges, John Krovoza, Richard Barron, Terry Paul Roland, Ferrell Marshall, Matt Margucci, Pam Loe, Brad Swanson, BBnJ Quartet, and Charlie Rich Jr.

Judy balances her songwriting work with her acting work, on TV in commercials and voiceovers, her 100 appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and various sitcoms, in film, she was recently hired as a dancer, and she ain’t doing a polka, and on the stage. Her standup character, Smokey Lady, is the stuff of legends.

www.judynazemetz.com



Justin Currie

When Del Amitri’s singer-songwriter Justin Currie released his first solo album, "What Is Love For" in 2007 he described it as ‘eleven thunderously dreary dirges’! Fortunately, not everyone agreed with him, and the album won accolades from critics, fans and fellow artists, as a thing of dark and starkly honest beauty.

Now Currie returns with a second album, "The Great War", which delivers a bracing set of original compositions that break yet more creative ground – And should further cement Currie’s place as an ambitious and versatile solo artist.

"The Great War" finds Justin delivering some of his most compelling work to date, with such memorable numbers as "The Way That It Falls", "At Home Inside of Me" and the epic "The Fight To Be Human" overflowing with catchy melodicism and vivid wordplay, while "A Man With Nothing To Do", "Can't Let Go Of Her Now" and "You'll Always Walk Alone" offer a trenchant mix of romantic idealism and hard-won experience.

"I didn't want to repeat what I'd done on 'What Is Love For'," Currie states. "'What Is Love For' was intended as a very introspective record, and it was so sad and dark that I didn't really expect it to get any airplay. But 'The Great War' is much brighter and more accessible; there are actually three or four positive love songs on there, which is unusual for me. This time, I wanted more major keys, and more variety in the tempos. I don't write a lot of up-tempo songs these days, so it took me a while to write enough to be able to get the kind of balance I wanted.

"I also used the device of making little jokes out of the songs", he continues, "so quite a few of the songs on 'The Great War' have punchlines that completely reverse the assumed meaning of the song. I find that enormously satisfying when it works. A famous poet, whose name I forget, said that a poem must always have a little revelation at the close — a quiet epiphany — and I see no reason why songs can't sometimes do the same. Why repeat to fade? Why not end on a handbrake turn, a slap in the face or a 'reveal'? I tried to make the entire album do this, so that the last line of the last song is an unmasking".

Justin Currie has plenty of experience in defying musical expectations. He was still in his teens when he co-founded Del Amitri in his hometown of Glasgow. Between 1982 and 2002, the band evolved from resourceful D.I.Y. indie combo to international hitmakers, releasing six much-loved studio albums before amicably parting ways.

"It's a big difference being a solo operator", Currie observes. "What you lose in companionship, support and input, you gain in creative control. But most of the elements of what I do haven't changed all that much. I'm still looking for melody and lyrics that I can feel something from, and trying to put them into the standard structures of the rock or pop song. I love those structures; to me, the verse/chorus/middle-eight thing still seems filled with endless unexplored possibilities".

"The Great War", which was recorded and mixed by frequent Del Amitri associate Mark Freegard, features Currie on lead vocals and various instruments, along with a talented group of players that includes ex-Del Amitri guitarist Mick Slaven. Currie considers the album's title to be "a nice broad and flexible metaphor", adding, "Album titles are hard; you have to find something non-specific that still somehow suits a collection of songs. I noticed a few common references to struggle and conflict in the lyrics. I don't think there's a single song on the album that the title doesn't resonate with in some way".

The combination of uplifting tunes and darker lyrical themes has long been a recurring motif in Currie's songwriting. "Del Amitri were often described as 'bittersweet' for that very reason", he notes, adding, "Do I do this deliberately? I don't know. I am an enormous devotee of pop melodies, from Cole Porter to Amy Winehouse, Smokey Robinson to Buzzcocks. Lyrically, more often than not, I seem to gravitate towards the ambiguity of feelings, the struggle with motivations and doubt in relationships, self-loathing and disappointment — somber things sometimes, but with a scintilla of hope, or at least catharsis. As a songwriter, I use melody to make all of this less maudlin, hopefully, and to create tension”.

"I love to undermine a lyrical conceit with a contrasting tune", Currie asserts. "I like to sew doubt in the listener's mind. Does he mean these things? Is this song actually as melancholy, defeatist or cynical as it seems? Or is this guy a romantic who's optimistic about the consoling power of love?”

"If I have a mission as an artist", he concludes, "it would be to get a little more poetry into the great warehouse of rock music. All I can do is get it out there and fight to be heard; that's the great war."


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Playlist - 2013-12

Playlist - 2013-12

December 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Angel Band - I Want a Present - Shoot the Moon
Annie Haslam - Joy to the World - It Snows in Heaven Too
Arlo Guthrie - Remembering Alice - Live in Sydney
Arlon Bennett - The Christmas Tree on Salem Street - World of Possibility
Bay City Rollers - Cuz It's Christmas - An All-Star Salute To Christmas
Beth Wood - The Peace Carol - A Very Blue Rock Christmas
Bill & Gloria Gaither - I'll Be Home With Bells On (Joy To The World Version) - Joy To The World
Bill Staines - Wyoming Home - Live at Caffe Lena...
Billy Crockett - What Child is This? - A Very Blue Rock Christmas
Bob Rivers - Goin' Up To Bethlehem - Chipmunks Roasting On An Open Fire
Bob Rivers - O Little Town Of Bethlehem - I Am Santa Claus
Burl Ives - A Holly Jolly Christmas - Have a Holly Jolly Christmas
Burl Ives - Christmas is a Birthday - Have a Holly Jolly Christmas
Burl Ives - Silver Bells - Have a Holly Jolly Christmas
Carrie Newcomer - The Gathering of Spirits - Kindred Spirits
Christine Lavin - Christmas 1899 - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
Christine Lavin - Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind - Live at Caffe Lena...
Claudia Russell & Bruce Kaplan - Pass the Fruitcake - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
Craig Werth - These Ornaments - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
Dave Boutette - Boy With The Shepherd's Heart - single
David Roth - Little Christmas Song - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
David Wilcox - Miracle - A Very Blue Rock Christmas
Debi Smith - A Baby Cries - Hits and Holidays
Debi Smith - O Holy Night - Hits and Holidays
Dr. Seuss & Boris Karloff - Welcome Christmas (reprise) - How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Dr. Seuss & Boris Karloff - Welcome Christmas - How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - I Believe in Father Christmas - I Believe in Father Christmas EP
Emily Kurn - Light the Lamp (A Song for Hanukkah) - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
Florin St Band - My Favourite Time of Year - My Favourite Time Of Year
Gaither Vocal Band - Come And See What's Happenin' In The Barn - Christmas Gaither Vocal Band Style
Gathering Time - Deck the Halls - WhereforeArts.com Presents This Time and Place
Gathering Time - If It Helps to Know - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Gathering Time - It's Just So - When One Door Closes...
Gathering Time - Light One Candle - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Gathering Time - Sincerely Yours - When One Door Closes...
Gathering Time - Songs of Hope and Freedom - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Gathering Time - The Path That's Right for You - When One Door Closes...
Gathering Time - Train Coming - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Gene Keller - Nothing For Christmas - Hug A Bum
Gene Keller - Peace Every Day Of The Year - Hug A Bum
George Wurzbach - The Gathering - WhereforeArts.com Presents This Time and Place
Glee Cast - Deck The Rooftop (Glee Cast Version) - Glee: The Music, The Christmas Album
Ilene Weiss - Tree - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
Joel Mabus - Come, Thou Long Expected Jesus - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Il Est Ne, Le Devin Enfant! - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - O Little Town of Bethlehem - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Stille Nacht (Silent Night) - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - The First Nowell - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Up On The Housetop - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Wassail Song (Here We Come A-Caroling) - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - Wexford Carol - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Joel Mabus - While Shepards Watched Their Flocks - A Parlor Guitar Christmas
Judy Small - Fifty Something - Live at the Artery
Judy Small - Never Rock 'n' Rollers - Live at the Artery
Judy Small - Until... - Second Wind
Ken and Lisa Theriot - Cantique de Noël (O Holy Night) - The Gifts of Midwinter
Ken and Lisa Theriot - Drink to the Holly Berry - The Gifts of Midwinter
Ken and Lisa Theriot - Marmion's Christmas Song - The Gifts of Midwinter
Ken and Lisa Theriot - The Gifts of Midwinter - The Gifts of Midwinter
Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton - With Bells On - Once Upon a Christmas
Kingston Trio  - Road to Freedom - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - A Round About Christmas - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - A Round About Christmas - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - All Through the Night - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - Bye Bye Thou Little Tiny Child - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - Follow Now, Oh Shepards - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - Friendly Beasts - Glad Tidings from The Kingston Trio
Kingston Trio - Glorious Kingdom - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - Go Tell It On The Mountain - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - Goodnight My Baby - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - Mary Mild - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - Mary's Boy Child - Glad Tidings from The Kingston Trio
Kingston Trio - O Holy Night - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - Reverend Mr. Black - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - Sommerset Gloucestershire Wassail - The Last Month of the Year
Kingston Trio - We Wish You a Merry Christmas - KT Holiday Concert
Kingston Trio - We Wish You a Merry Christmas - The Last Month of the Year
Lizanne Knott - The Giving Time - Hudson Harding Happy Holidays, Vol. 8
Loretta Hagen - Santa If You're Listening - Mud And Stone
Lou and Peter Berryman - Big Dead Bird - House Concert
Lou And Peter Berryman - New New Year Year - Christine Lavin Presents Just One Angel V2.0
MacK Bailey - Ding Dong Merrily On High - Star Light - a Christmas Collection
MacK Bailey - Star Light - Star Light - a Christmas Collection
Mara Levine - Straw Against the Chill - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine With Jeff Scroggins And Colorado - Taladh Chriosda - Hudson Harding Happy Holidays, Vol. 8
Mark Stepakoff - Santa Drank The Whole Damn Bar - Hudson Harding Happy Holidays, Vol. 8
Mel Green - There's A Light On the Hill - I'm Taking My Time
Michael Johnathon - Pachelbel's Canon - Front Porch
Nancy Beaudette - Babe Of Bethlehem - Fa la la
Nancy Beaudette - Fa la la - Fa la la
Nancy Beaudette - Silvertone Guitar - Fa la la
Nora And One Left - Big Red Bicycle Christmas - Bicycle
Out Of The Rain - Auld Lang Syne (Featuring Carol Statella & Ron Hipp) - Auld Lang Syne
Pat Lamanna - Gather in the Warmth - Full Circle
Pat Lamanna - What Would Jesus Buy? - Do I Know My Song Well Enough to Start Singing Yet?
Peter, Paul & Mary - We Wish You A Merry Christmas - A Holiday Celebration With The New York Choral Society
Rant Maggie Rant - Hornpipe/Hark! The Herald Angels Sing - Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration
Rant Maggie Rant - Port na Deori Set - Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration
Rant Maggie Rant - The Holly and The Ivy - Frost & Fire: A Celtic Christmas Celebration
Robin & Linda Williams - On A Quiet Christmas Morn - The First Christmas Gift
Robin Greenstein - Here We Come A-Wassailing - Songs of the Season
Robin Greenstein - Jingle Bells - Songs of the Season
Robin Greenstein - Winter Deck the Halls - Songs of the Season
Sandy Haddon - Angels from the Realms of Glory - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - Good King Wenceslas - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - Still, Still, Still - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - The Holly and The Ivy - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - The Sussex Carol - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - We Three Kings of Orient Are - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Sandy Haddon - What Child Is This? - The Holly and The Ivy A Collection of Christmas Carols
Santa's Elves - Auld Lang Syne - Santa's Elves Sing The Hits
Santa's Elves - Bucky the One-Eyed Reindeer - Santa's Elves Sing The Hits
Sara Hickman - Winter Wonderland - A Very Blue Rock Christmas
Slade - Merry Xmas Everybody - Merry Xmas Everybody
Smithfield Fair - Abide With Me - Winter Kirk
Smithfield Fair - Child in the Manger - Winter Kirk
Smithfield Fair - Lord of the Highlands - Winter Kirk
Smithfield Fair - The Apple Tree/Midwinter Awakening - Winter Kirk
SongSisters - Kinder - SongSisters LIVE!
SongSisters - Tell Me Now - SongSisters LIVE!
Stan Rogers - At Last, I'm Ready for Christmas - From coffee house to concert hall
Stan Rogers - The Mary Ellen Carter - Between the Breaks... Live!
Stan Rogers - The Mary Ellen Carter - Home In Halifax
Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen - Whose Is Yours - Berrymania
Steve Gillette & Cindy Mangsen - Your State's Name Here - Berrymania
Stu Weaver - Images of Christmas - Season
Stu Weaver - Silver Bells - Season
Stu Weaver - Together Again - Season
Susan Kane - New York Winter - A Word Child
Terri Hendrix - Do You Hear What I Hear? - A Very Blue Rock Christmas
The Band - Christmas Must Be Tonight (2001 Digital Remaster) - Islands
The Barra MacNeils - Bound For Bethlehem - O Christmas Three
The Barra MacNeils - Maybe This Christmas - O Christmas Three
The Early Mays - I'm Going Home, It's Christmas Time - Out Under The Sky
The Early Mays - Merry, Merry Christmas - Out Under The Sky
The Partridge Family - My Christmas Card To You - A Partridge Family Christmas Card
The Robert Bobby Trio - The Peace Song - A Brief History of Time
The Royal Guardsmen - It Kinda Looks Like Christmas - Snoopy's Christmas
The Royal Guardsmen - Snoopy's Christmas - Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron / Snoopy And His Friends
The Taubl Family - Christmas Favorites - This Christmas Choose Jesus
The Taubl Family - Family Christmas Medley - A Taubl Family Christmas
The Taubl Family - Jingle Bells - This Christmas Choose Jesus
The Taubl Family - O Holy Night - This Christmas Choose Jesus
The Weavers - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen - Kisses Sweeter than Wine (Disc 2 of 2)
The Weavers - Star Carol - Kisses Sweeter than Wine (Disc 2 of 2)
The Weavers - The Seven Blessings of Mary - Kisses Sweeter than Wine (Disc 2 of 2)
The Weavers - We Wish You A Merry Christmas - Kisses Sweeter than Wine (Disc 2 of 2)
Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon - The Christmas Trilogy
Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon Rock - The Christmas Trilogy
Wizzard - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday - I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
World Premiere Recording - Once in a Year (Bonus Track) - Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical
World Premiere Recording - Where are You, Christmas? (Bonus Track) - Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical

Playlist - 2013-11

Playlist - 2013-11

November 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Andrew Lippa - Live Out Loud - If I Sing: The Songwriter's Album
Arlo Guthrie - Alice's Restaurant (The Massacree Revisted) - Alice's Restaurant (The Massacree Revisited)
Arlo Guthrie - Alice's Restaurant Massacre (LP Version) - Alice's Restaurant
Arlo Guthrie - City of New Orleans - Live at Caffe Lena ...
Arlo Guthrie - The Alice's Restaurant Multi-Colored Rainbow Roach Affair - Rehashed 4:20 Sampler
Bill Staines - Wyoming Home - Live at Caffe Lena ...
Bobby Darin - Simple Song Of Freedom - Aces Back To Back
Childsplay - The Last Alleluia - As The Crow Flies
Christine Lavin - Good Thing He Can't Read My Mind - Live at Caffe Lena ...
Craig Bickhardt - Home for the Harvest - single
Debi Smith (w/ Doc Watson & The Smith Sisters) - Keep on the Sunny Side - Hits and Holidays
Debi Smith - Chevy Impala - Hits and Holidays
Debi Smith - Niagara Falls - Hits and Holidays
Debi Smith - Pass it On - Hits and Holidays
Erik Balkey - Born In The USA - Everything Is Great
Gathering Time - Light One Candle - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Gathering Time - Train Coming - Songs of Hope and Freedom
Green Corn Revival - Hard Timin' Monopolizin' Blues - Bound For Glory
Greg Klyma - How's It Goin' - Another Man's Treasure
Greg Klyma - Men In My Family - Another Man's Treasure
Greg Klyma - Time Does Fly - Another Man's Treasure
Hank Woji - Hanks Ole Dusty Road Rag - Holy Ghost Town
Heather Pierson - Let It Roll Off Your Back - The Hard Work of Living
John Batdorf and Michael McLean - Ain't Dead Yet - Soundtrax 2 Recovery
John Batdorf and Michael McLean - Look Inside - Soundtrax 2 Recovery
John McCutcheon - Adagio in Am - 22 Days
Laura Zucker - Let's Go - Life Wide Open
Laura Zucker - Life Wide Open - Life Wide Open
Laura Zucker - This Time - Life Wide Open
Loretta Hagen - Hunker Down - Mud And Stone
Lou Dominguez - Citizens United - We the People
Lou Dominguez - Happy American Solstice - We the People
Lou Dominguez - Weight of the World - We the People
Michael Cerveris & Loose Cattle - Pinball Wizard - North of Houston: Live at 54 BELOW
Michael Cerveris & Loose Cattle - Wagon Wheel - North of Houston: Live at 54 BELOW
Michael Johnathon - Pachelbel's Canon - Front Porch
Nora And One Left - The World Is A Wonderful Place - Bicycle
Odetta - Down by the Riverside - Gonna Let it Shine A Concert for the Holidays
Odetta - Keep On Movin' It On - Gonna Let it Shine A Concert for the Holidays
Odetta - Shout for Joy - Gonna Let it Shine A Concert for the Holidays
Odetta - This Little Light of Mine - Gonna Let it Shine A Concert for the Holidays
Peter, Paul and Mary - Blowin' In The Wind - Peter, Paul And Mary With Symphony Orchestra (The Prague Sessions)
Peter, Paul and Mary - Day Is Done - Peter, Paul And Mary With Symphony Orchestra (The Prague Sessions)
Peter, Paul and Mary - Some Walls - Peter, Paul And Mary With Symphony Orchestra (The Prague Sessions)
Peter, Paul and Mary - Weave Me The Sunshine - Peter, Paul And Mary With Symphony Orchestra (The Prague Sessions)
Robin & Linda Williams - Saved - Live at Caffe Lena ...
Robin Greenstein - Celebrate Hanukkah - Songs of the Season
Robin Greenstein - Chanukah Medley - Songs of the Season
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion - Folk Song - Live at Caffe Lena ...
The Cumberland Trio - All God's Critters - Back Where We Began (Live Concert)
The Cumberland Trio - ENCORE Circles - Back Where We Began (Live Concert)
The Cumberland Trio - My Rockabye - Back Where We Began (Live Concert)
The Cumberland Trio - Rocky Top - Back Where We Began (Live Concert)
The Pozo-Seco Singers - Time - Time For...The Pozo-Sego Singers: The Complete 1966 Recordings
The Specials - Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) - 6 x 6 Eighties
Willie Nile - This Is Our Time - American Ride
Woody Guthrie - Lonesome Valley - American Radical Patriot
Woody Guthrie - Midnight Special - American Radical Patriot

Playlist - 2013-10

Playlist - 2013-10

October 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Bob Dylan & Friends - My Back Pages - Bob Dylan The 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
Burning Bridget Cleary - Autumn Lux Lucis - Everything Is Alright
Burning Bridget Cleary - The Connemara Store - Totes For Goats
Burning Bridget Cleary - The Elfin Knight - Totes For Goats
Burning Bridget Cleary - The Faeries - Everything Is Alright
Burning Bridget Cleary - The King And The Fair Maid - Totes For Goats
Burning Bridget Cleary - Three Set - Everything Is Alright
Burning Bridget Cleary - Where's Pete: The New Copper Plate, The Old Copper Plate, The Scholar - Totes For Goats
Childsplay - Bow For Rama/St. Croix Jig/Christmas Eve - As The Crow Flies
Childsplay - Don't Get Weary Children/Sleepy-Eyed Joe - As The Crow Flies
Childsplay - Leave No Millionaire Behind - As The Crow Flies
Childsplay - Lianne MacLean's Revenge/The Catchy Bug - As The Crow Flies
Debi Smith - Haunted - Hits and Holidays
Debi Smith w/Doc Watson - Pie - Hits and Holidays
Erik Balkey - Baseball In My Blood - Everything Is Great
Erik Balkey - Everything Is Great - Everything Is Great
Erik Balkey - Hard Times - Everything Is Great
Erik Balkey - Love, It Ain't Easy - Everything Is Great
Erik Balkey - My America - Everything Is Great
Esther Golton - Face - Stay Warm
Esther Golton - Nectarina & Avocado - Stay Warm
Esther Golton - Overjoyed - Stay Warm
Esther Golton - Stay Warm - Stay Warm
Esther Golton - Where is the Field? - Stay Warm
Frank Wakefield - Will the Circle be Unbroken - Live at Caffe Lena: Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse 1967-2013
Gabriel Ebert - Telly - Matilda The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording
Harpeth Rising - Four Days More - Tales From Jackson Bridge
Harpeth Rising - Ghost Factory - Tales From Jackson Bridge
Harpeth Rising - The Sparrow - Tales From Jackson Bridge
Harpeth Rising - You Won't Hear It From Me - Tales From Jackson Bridge
Jacqui & Bridie - Hello Friend - Live at Caffe Lena: Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse 1967-2013
Joel Mabus - American Patrol - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
Joel Mabus - Billy in the Low Ground - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
Joel Mabus - By the Waters of Minnetonka - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
Joel Mabus - Joke on the Puppy - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
Joel Mabus - Leather Wing Bat - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
Joel Mabus - Three Thin Dimes - Pepper's Ghost & other banjo visitations
John McCutcheon - Adagio in Am - 22 Days
John McCutcheon - Dry Land Fish - 22 Days
John McCutcheon - Heaven's Kitchen - 22 Days
John McCutcheon - She Sings - 22 Days
John McCutcheon - The Man Walking His Dog - 22 Days
Judy Small - Until... - Second Wind
Lon Milo Duquette - I Once Was the Hero of Megiddo - Gentle Heretic
Misner And Smith - Calling - Seven Hour Storm
Misner and Smith - Next Time Around - Seven Hour Storm
Misner and Smith - Tamalpais - Seven Hour Storm
Patrick Sky - Reality - Live at Caffe Lena: Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse 1967-2013
Peter, Bethany & Rufus - Blue Tail Fly - Puff & Other Family Classics
Peter, Bethany & Rufus - Foggy Dew - Puff & Other Family Classics
Peter, Bethany & Rufus - Puff, The Magic Dragon - Puff & Other Family Classics
Smoke Dawson - Devil's Dream - Live at Caffe Lena: Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse 1967-2013
Spuyten Duyvil - Here and Hereafter - Temptation
Spuyten Duyvil - Honey on my Grave - Temptation
Spuyten Duyvil - Temptation - Temptation
Spuyten Duyvil - The Window - Temptation
Suzie Brown - Everywhere I Go - Almost There
Suzie Brown - I'm Gonna Be A Wheel Someday - Almost There
The Greenbriar Boys - Hit Parade of Love - Live At Caffe Lena: Music From America's Legendary Coffeehouse 1967-2013
The Robert Bobby Trio - A Brief History of Time - A Brief History of Time
The Robert Bobby Trio - My Baby's Back - A Brief History of Time
The Robert Bobby Trio - The Last Meal - A Brief History of Time
The Robert Bobby Trio - The Peace Song - A Brief History of Time
The Tuttles & AJ Lee - Beaumont Rag - Endless Ocean
The Tuttles & AJ Lee - Cotton Eyed Joe - Endless Ocean
The Tuttles & AJ Lee - Furnace Creek - Endless Ocean
The Tuttles & AJ Lee - My Window Faces The South - Endless Ocean
The Tuttles & AJ Lee - Where The Old Red River Flows - Endless Ocean
Wool & Grant - In America - Wool & Grant
Wool & Grant - Lonely One - Wool & Grant

Playlist - 2013-09

Playlist - 2013-09

September 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Aaron Tveit - Something's Coming - The Radio In My Head (Live at 54 BELOW)
Aaron Tveit - What You'd Call A Dream - The Radio In My Head (Live at 54 BELOW)
Bob Franke - A Still, Small Voice - Brief Histories
Bob Franke - For Real - Long Roads, Short Visits
Bob Franke - The Great Storm is Over - Christine Lavin Presents Follow That Road
Brooks Williams - Carry On - New Everything
Brooks Williams - Moon Over Maverick - New Everything
Brooks Williams - New Everything - New Everything
Brooks Williams - One Step - New Everything
Brooks Williams - Teach Me - New Everything
Cheryl Wheeler - When Fall Comes To New England - Driving Home
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - 100 Candles - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - A Big Truck Brought It - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - Brand New Song - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - Don't Spend It Honey - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - If I Were You Instead of Me - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - Lord Loves a Wino - Paper Nickels
Corin Raymond and the Sundowners - The Lord Giveth (and the Landlord Taketh Away) - Paper Nickels
Disappear Fear - American Artist - Broken Film
disappear fear - Changes - Get Your Phil
Disappear Fear - Farmland And The Sky - Broken Film
Disappear Fear - Love Out Loud - Broken Film
Disappear Fear - Perfect Shade (Blue) - Broken Film
Disappear Fear - Princess and the Honey Bee - Broken Film
Disappear Fear - Start - Broken Film
Fairport Convention - Walk Awhile - Celtic: The Essential 30 Collection Disc 2
Hula Honeys - Waikiki - A Hui Ho (Until We Meet Again)
Hula Honeys - You're at a Lu'au Now - A Hui Ho (Until We Meet Again)
Jim Kweskin - Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) - Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think)
Laura Benanti - He Comes for Conversation - In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention (Live at 54 BELOW)
Laura Benanti - Mr. Tanner - In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention (Live at 54 BELOW)
Laura Benanti - New Mexico - In Constant Search of the Right Kind of Attention (Live at 54 BELOW)
Mara Levine - April Come She Will - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Burning Tree - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Killing The Blues - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Leaves that are Green - Jewels and Harmony
Mark Stepakoff - Beer View Mirror - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - Greasy Spoons and Country Tunes - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - I Didn't Do Anything - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - The Story - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - War Movies and Westerns - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - Whatever in the World - The Story Behind the Story
Mark Stepakoff - You Either Get It or You Don't - The Story Behind the Story
Monocle Band - As Fast As I Can - Monocle Band
Monocle Band - Can't Get By - Monocle Band
Sally Rogers - Thanksgiving Eve - The Unclaimed Pint / In the Circle of the Sun
Spuyten Duyvil - I'll Fly Away - Temptation
Stan Rogers - The Last Watch - The Very Best of Stan Rogers
Stephen Sondheim - A Weekend In The Country - A Little Night Music
The Barn Birds - Autumn - The Barn Birds
The Barn Birds - Do You Smell Something Burning? - The Barn Birds
The Cumberland Trio - Old Blue - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Shuckin' The Corn - The Cumberland Trio
The Limeliters - Circle - Until We Get It Right!
The Limeliters - Harmony - Until We Get It Right!
The Limeliters - Place In The Choir, A - Until We Get It Right!
The Limeliters - Power And The Glory, The - Until We Get It Right!
The Strawbs - Autumn: Heroine's Theme/Deep Summer's Sleep/The Winter Long - Halcyon Days - The A&M Years

Playlist - 2013-08

Playlist - 2013-08

August 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Aengus Finnan - My Heart Has Wings - Once Upon a Time
Aengus Finnan - Rollin Home - Once Upon a Time
Aengus Finnan - Saskatchewan Rose - Once Upon a Time
Aengus Finnan - When the Whistle Blows - Once Upon a Time
Burning Bridget Cleary - Clay Slaps Reel /The Appropriate Dipstick /Trip to Miriam’s - Pressed for Time
Burning Bridget Cleary - I Know Who is Sick /On the Spot - Pressed for Time
Burning Bridget Cleary - Oh My Little Darling / Fire on the Mountain - Pressed for Time
Carolann Solebello - Brooklyn in the Rain - Steel and Salt
Carolann Solebello - Chinatown - Steel and Salt
Carolann Solebello - Movie Queen - Steel and Salt
Friction Farm - I Read Your Book - I Read Your Book
Friction Farm - Let It Rain - I Read Your Book
Friction Farm - These Days - I Read Your Book
Ganey Arsement - C'est trop tard - Le Forgeron
Ganey Arsement - John Dale's Zydeco - Le Forgeron
Ganey Arsement - Le Forgeron - Le Forgeron
Ganey Arsement - Petite ou la grosse - Le Forgeron
Ganey Arsement - Pipeliner Blues - Le Forgeron
Jaime Michaels - I Don't Believe In Yesterday - Unknown Blessings
Jaime Michaels - Unknown Blessings - Unknown Blessings
Lauren Lapointe - Heroine - Superhero
Lauren Lapointe - I Believe - Superhero
Lauren Lapointe - Silver Cowboy Boots - Superhero
Lauren Lapointe - Superhero - Superhero
Marty Raybon & Full Circle - A Little More Sawdust On The Floor - The Back Forty
Marty Raybon & Full Circle - Mountain Love - The Back Forty
Marty Raybon & Full Circle - That Janie Baker - The Back Forty
Monocle Band - Can't Get By - Monocle Band
Neil McCaffrey - Grow For Me - When I Grow Up: Broadway's Next Generation   Live at 54 BELOW
New York Cast - I Flew To Havana Last Wednesday - Seven Come Eleven - A Gaming Gambol
Peter, Paul & Mary - Puff, The Magic Dragon [Live] - Peter, Paul And Mary In Concert
Peter, Paul, Mary - If I Had a Hammer - Peter, Paul & Mary
Phil Ochs - Changes - There But For Fortune
Phil Ochs - I'm Going To Say It Now - There But For Fortune
Phil Ochs - What's That I Hear - There But For Fortune
Phil Ochs - When I'm Gone - There But For Fortune
Rik Palieri and George Mann - I Don't Want Your Millions, Mister - The Almanac Trail
Rik Palieri and George Mann - Union Maid - The Almanac Trail
Rik Palieri and George Mann - Which Side Are You On? - The Almanac Trail
Schooner Fare - We The People - Classic Schooner Fare
Schooner Fare - We The People - We The People
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Aragon Mill - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Brookside Strike - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Five Days a Week - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Gone, Gonna Rise Again - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Rock Me, Roll Me - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Sailing to Alaska - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Tarpaper Shacks - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - To Hear Doc Watson Play - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - What Will I Leave - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - When the Morning Breaks - Aragon Mill
Si Kahn and the Looping Brothers - Wild Rose of the Mountain - Aragon Mill
Steep Canyon Rangers - Tell the Ones I Love - Tell the Ones I Love
Terence Martin - Bethlehem - Sleeper
Terence Martin - The Way It Didn't Go - Sleeper
Terence Martin - Wooden Nickels - Sleeper
The Barn Birds - Desert Rose - The Barn Birds
The Barn Birds - Sundays Lovin' You - The Barn Birds
The Black Family - The Charladies Ball - What A Time
The Black Family - The Great Storm Is Over - What A Time
The Black Family - What A Time - What A Time
The Brandywine Singers - Two Little Boys - The Brandywine Singers
The Byrds - Chimes Of Freedom - Mr. Tambourine Man
The Cumberland Trio - A Lion Named Sam - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Babylon - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - John Henry - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Make Me A Pallet - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Old Blue - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Ride Up - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - Song For A Drifter - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - South Australia - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
The Cumberland Trio - The Hallandale Jail - Lost And Found - The 1964 New York Sessions
Theda Phoenix - Light in You - Legacy
Tim Hardin - Simple Song Of Freedom - Simple Songs Of Freedom: The Tim Hardin Collection

Playlist - 2013-07

Playlist - 2013-07

July 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Ajay Mathur - Come See Conquer - Come See Conquer
Andy Pratt - Avenging Annie - Andy Pratt
Arlo Guthrie - This Land is Your Land - Live In Sydney
Arlo Guthrie / Pete Seeger - Garden Song (Album Version) - Precious Friend
Arlon Bennett - Carry Me - World of Possibility
Arlon Bennett - Nothing Like a Song - World of Possibility
Arlon Bennett - World of Possibility - World of Possibility
Buddy Mondlock - Stay Up All Night - The Memory Wall
Buskin & Batteau - Lancelot's Tune (Guinevere) (Live) - Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years of Music
Carol Connors - A Swingin' Summer - Surf Bunnies & Hot Honeys
David Mallett - Closer Now Than Ever - Open Doors & Windows
David Mallett - Dulcimer - David Mallett
David Mallett - Garden Song - Inches & Miles, 1977-1980
David Mallett - Good Times - Greenin' Up
David Mallett - Thanks to Mother Mercy - Open Doors & Windows
Donovan - Riding in My Car - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Ethan Haberfield, Zoe Considine & Isabela Moner - Farmer Tan - When I Grow Up: Broadway's Next Gen. Live at 54 BELOW
Friction Farm - Let It Rain - I Read Your Book
Friction Farm - These Days - I Read Your Book
Garnet Rogers - Under The Summer Moonlight - All That Is - The Songs Of Garnet Rogers
Guy Clark - Homegrown Tomatoes - Songs and Stories
Jackson Browne - You Know the Night - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Jeff Cannon - Courage to be Kind - 13 Questions
Jeff Cannon - Hypnotized and Occupied - 13 Questions
Jeff Cannon - Wild Peace - 13 Questions
Jenai Huff - Across The Great Divide - Transitions
Jenai Huff - Somebody Like You - Transitions
Jim Lampos - Grand Illumination - Grand Illumination
Jim Lampos - On The Pier - Grand Illumination
Jim Lampos - Pockets Full Of Sand - Grand Illumination
Jim Lampos - Time, Ladies And Gentlemen - Grand Illumination
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - After the Dance - The Great Unknown
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - I'll Never Be Satisfied - The Great Unknown
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - I'm Alright Now - The Great Unknown
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - On the Day I Leave This World - The Great Unknown
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - Ordinary Life - The Great Unknown
Jim Patton & Sherry Brokus - Rebels Without Applause - The Great Unknown
Jonathan Edwards - Get Together (Live) - Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years of Music
Judy Insley - Calling In The Horses - Remember Beautiful
Judy Insley - Easy - Remember Beautiful
Judy Insley - Lullabies (Featuring Beverly Meyer) - Remember Beautiful
Judy Insley - Roll On - Remember Beautiful
Judy Insley - Spigot - Remember Beautiful
Judy Insley - The Wheel - Remember Beautiful
Katseye - Alpena Colada - Makin' Lemonade
Katseye - I Believe In Second Chances - Makin' Lemonade
Katseye - Makin' Lemonade - Makin' Lemonade
Katseye - Stronger Than The Rain - Makin' Lemonade
Katseye - Watching You - Makin' Lemonade
Kelsey Fowler - A Way Back To Then - When I Grow Up: Broadway's Next Gen. Live at 54 BELOW
Linda McRae - Be Your Own Light - Rough Edges & Ragged Hearts
Mara Levine - If I Needed You - Mara's Gems
Mara Levine - If I Were A Carpenter - Mara's Gems
Mara Levine - Stepstone - Mara's Gems
Mara Levine - The Firefly Field - Mara's Gems
Mara Levine - Wild Rose Of The Mountain - Mara's Gems
Matthew Gumley - Someone To Fall Back On - When I Grow Up: Broadway's Next Gen. Live at 54 BELOW
Neil McCaffrey - Grow For Me - When I Grow Up: Broadway's Next Gen. Live at 54 BELOW
Old Crow Medicine Show - Howdi Do - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Old Crow Medicine Show - Union Maid - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Old Crow Medicine Show;Joel Rafael;Jimmy LaFave;Donovan;Rosanne Cash;John Leventhal;Sweet Honey In The Rock;Lucinda Williams;Jud - This Train is Bound for Glory - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Old Crow Medicine Show;Joel Rafael;Jimmy LaFave;Donovan;Rosanne Cash;John Leventhal;Sweet Honey In The Rock;Lucinda Williams;Jud - This Land is Your Land - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Peter, Paul and Mary - Car-Car [Live] - Peter, Paul And Mary In Concert
Peter, Paul, Mary - If I Had a Hammer - Peter, Paul & Mary
Rik Palieri and George Mann - Hold the Fort - The Almanac Trail
Ronstadt Generations - Star Spangled Banner - Prelude
Ronstadt Generations - This Land is Your Land - Prelude
Rosanne Cash With John Leventhal - Pretty Boy Floyd - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Susan Cattaneo - Watching The Sparks Fly - Heaven To Heartache
The Del McCoury Band with Tim O'Brien - So Long, It's Been Good to Know Yuh - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
The Del McCoury Band with Tony Trischka and Tim O'Brien - Woody's Rag - Woody Guthrie: At 100! (Live At The Kennedy Center)
Tom Rush - Hot Tonight (Live) - Tom Rush Celebrates 50 Years of Music

Playlist - 2013-06

Playlist - 2013-06

June 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Alice DiMicele - Simple Gifts Medley - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Alice DiMicele - The Monkey And The Engineer - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Alice DiMicele - This Little Light Of Mine - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Bethesda - As We Grow Old - The Reunion
Bethesda - Go - The Reunion
Bethesda - Rotted Pines - The Reunion
Bethesda - Signs - The Reunion
Bobby Fisher - Music to Entertain Mom and Dad: Part 1 - Hymns and Hers for Happy Hearts
Buddy Mondlock - Stay Up All Night - The Memory Wall
Buddy Mondlock - What Do I Know - The Memory Wall
Carrie Rowan & Stefilia's Stone - Your Hands - Almost Home
Cat Stevens - Father And Son - Tea For The Tillerman
Charmer - Another Southern Summer - The Perfect Cafe
Charmer - Flying High - The Perfect Cafe
Charmer - The Eleventh Hour Tango - The Perfect Cafe
Charmer - Time For Living - The Perfect Cafe
Christine Lavin - Air Conditioner - Beau Woes And Other Problems Of Modern Life
Chuck Brodsky - The Point - Tulips For Lunch
Correo Aereo - Periquera - Semillas de Inmensidad
Deborah Holland - California - Vancouver
Deborah Holland - Lucky So And So - Vancouver
Deborah Holland - My Happy Ending - Vancouver
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Audubon's Lucy - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Beth - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Hannah - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Late Last Summer - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Ralph's Watch - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Victor and Naomi - Late Last Summer
Dick Hyman / Judy Hyman - Wolf Dreams - Late Last Summer
Hounds Of Finn - Golden Ticket - Gravity Pulls
Hounds of Finn - Wild Mountain Thyme - Gravity Pulls
Jenai Huff - Brother Warrior - Transitions
Jenai Huff - Living My Dreams - Living My Dreams
Jon Brooks - Because We're Free (Reprise) - Delicate Cages
Jon Brooks - There are Only Cages - Delicate Cages
Jon Vezner - Why Walk When You Can Dance - Catz Of The Colosseum
Laura Cortese - Heel To Toe - Into The Dark
Loretta Hagen - The Fall Wind - Erstwhile
Loretta Hagen - The Table - Something More
One Left - Tennessee Moon - This Land I Love
One Left - This Land I Love - This Land I Love
Original Broadway Cast - Fathers And Sons - Working
Original Broadway Cast Recording - Raise You Up / Just Be - Kinky Boots
Original Broadway Cast Recording - Take What You Got - Kinky Boots
Paul Casey - Everytime It Rains - Mixes 2012
Randy Brown - Leaves of Aspen - But Wait, There's More...
Randy Brown - Too Much Love - But Wait, There's More...
Randy Brown - Walked On the Moon - But Wait, There's More...
Robin Greenstein - I Can't Lose With You - Acousticness
Robin Greenstein - I'll Be There (Anytime at All) - Acousticness
Robin Greenstein - Tomorrow's A Brand New Day - Acousticness
Roy Book Binder - Electric Cigarette Blues - The Good Book
Roy Book Binder - Step Right Up - The Good Book
Roy Book Binder - The Good Book - The Good Book
Schooner Fare - Sweet Tennessee - Signs Of Home
Si Khan - Abundance - Bristol Bay
Si Khan - Bristol Bay - Bristol Bay
Si Khan - Everything is Bigger in Alaska - Bristol Bay
Si Khan - Out on the Lake - Bristol Bay
Si Khan - The Beauty of Alaska - Bristol Bay
Si Khan - Upstream - Bristol Bay
Smithfield Fair - A Second Cup - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - All Over The World - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Hazy, Lazy Days - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - If I Had Wings - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Stick, Brick & Mortar - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Sweet Sugar Cane - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Stefilia's Stone - I Am Life - Like the Moon
Stefilia's Stone - Take It Back - Like the Moon
The Copper Ponies - Last Train - Ring Them Bells
The Irish Rovers - The Unicorn - Years May Come, Years May Go
The Limeliters - America The Beautiful / This Land Is Your Land - Alive! In Concert

Playlist - 2013-05

Playlist - 2013-05

May 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Ajay Mathur - Flying to the Moon - Come See Conquer
Alice DiMicele - Simple Gifts Medley - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Alice DiMicele - The Monkey And The Engineer - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Alice DiMicele - This Little Light Of Mine - If I Were An Otter: Songs For Kids Of All Ages
Andrew McKnight & Beyond Borders - Beyond Borders - One Virginia Night
Anne Hills - Mother - The Things I Notice Now
Barleycorn - Grace - The Great Irish Pub Ballads Collection
Ben Reel - River Of Time - Darkness &The Light
Ben Reel - You're Not Alone - Darkness &The Light
Bill & Gloria Gaither - The Sweetest Song I Know - The Best Of Homecoming - Volume One
Cal Scott - Love You More - Carved Wood Box
Cal Scott - Paid Too Much for the Diamond - Carved Wood Box
Cal Scott - Smallest Act of Kindness - Carved Wood Box
Carrie Newcomer - The Gathering of Spirits - The Gathering of Spirits
Christine Lavin - Air Conditioner - Beau Woes And Other Problems Of Modern Life
Claudia Russell - All Our Luck Is Changing - All Our Luck Is Changing
Claudia Russell - Follow Your Tail Lights Home - All Our Luck Is Changing
Claudia Russell - Hey Hey - All Our Luck Is Changing
Claudia Russell - You Are The Light - All Our Luck Is Changing
Colm Gallagher - Reel in the Flickering Light - Reel in the Flickering Light
Comanchero - One Foot in the Grave - The Undeserved
Davey O - Positively Charged ID - single
Davey O. - Carnival - Testing For Rust
Davey O. - No Money Down - Testing For Rust
Dennis Cash - A Carter Family Song - Sing Me A Carter Family Song
Dennis Cash - Picture On The Wall - Sing Me A Carter Family Song
Dennis Cash - Sunshine In The Shadows - Sing Me A Carter Family Song
Dennis Cash - The Schoolhouse On The Hill - Sing Me A Carter Family Song
Dennis Cash - You've Been A Friend To Me - Sing Me A Carter Family Song
Dylan Sneed - Under the Sheets - Texodus
Erich McMann - Back On The Farm - The Last American Songbook
Hannalee - Can't Believe It - Morchella
Hannalee - Home You're Leaving - Morchella
Jan Seides - Circle Of Friends - Siren Song
Jan Seides - Femme Fatale - Siren Song
Jan Seides - Forgive Your Debtors - Siren Song
Jan Seides - Gotta Dance - Siren Song
Jeff Scroggins & Colorado - Mama Don't Forget To Pray For Me - Western Branches
Karyn Oliver - Hallelujah - Magdalene
Karyn Oliver - Magdalene - Magdalene
Kingston Trio - Where Have All the Flowers Gone - On a Cold Winter's Night (The Kingston Trio Holiday Concert)
Laura Cortese - Heel To Toe - Into The Dark
Linda McRae - Four & Twenty Blackbirds - Rough Edges & Ragged Hearts
Loretta Hagen - Positively Charged ID - single
Lucy Kaplansky - (what's So Funny 'bout) Peace, Love And Understanding - Flesh & Bone
Matt Stone - Brown Dog - Northern Lights
Matt Stone - Orion - Northern Lights
Nancy Cassidy - Hallelujah - Runaway Train
Nancy Cassidy - Song of Joy (feat. Keith Greeninger, Steve Uccello, Kimball Hurd, Dayan Kai & Roger Feuer) - Song of Joy
Nathaniel Noton-Freeman - I'm Too Scared To Dance - DREAM
Nathaniel Noton-Freeman - The Great Gesticulator - DREAM
Nathaniel Noton-Freeman - The Waves - DREAM
Paul Casey & Bronaugh Gallagher - Everytime It Rains - Mixes 2012
Peggy Seeger - It's Pete - single
Smithfield Fair - A Second Cup - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - All Over the World - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Hazy, Lazy Days - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - If I Had Wings - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Stick, Brick, & Mortar - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Smithfield Fair - Sweet Sugar Cane - Stick, Brick & Mortar
Stefilia's Stone - I Am Life - Like the Moon
The Copper Ponies - Ring Them Bells - Ring Them Bells
The Copper Ponies - Why Worry - Ring Them Bells
The Gloria Darlings - Come Home To Me - Come Home To Me
The Gloria Darlings - Ghost Girl - Come Home To Me
The Gloria Darlings - Hide And Seek (I'm Gonna Love You One More Time) - Come Home To Me
The Gloria Darlings - Insomniac's Lullaby - Come Home To Me
The Gloria Darlings - Mermaid Song - Come Home To Me
The Kings Of Mongrel Folk - Festival Love - Bitter Truth
The Kings Of Mongrel Folk - Texas / Speed the Plow - Bitter Truth
The Kings Of Mongrel Folk - Un Soir - Bitter Truth
The Kings Of Mongrel Folk - Zen Gospel Singing - Bitter Truth
Tracy Walton - Walls - If I Ever Get Away

Playlist - 2013-04

Playlist - 2013-04

April 2013 additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Andrew McKnight - Count Your Blessings - Something Worth Standing For
Andrew McKnight - These Shoes - Something Worth Standing For
Andrew McKnight - Wildwood Flower/The Old Hundred Road - Something Worth Standing For
Annie Wenz - Play Ball - Ride The Sky
Beth Desombre - The Chicken Song (The Meaning of Life) - At Home In This Town
Bob Bradshaw - Wings Of Desire - Bob Bradshaw
Bob Shane - Pay Me My Money Down - The World Needs a Melody
Brandi Carlile, Emmylou Harris - Take Me Home, Country Roads - The Music Is You: Tribute to John Denver
Bruce Springstone - Take Me Out To the Ballgame - Bruce Springstone Live At Bedrock
Cal Scott - Carved Wood Box - Carved Wood Box
Cal Scott - One More River - Carved Wood Box
Cat Stevens - Peace Train - Teaser And The Firecat
Chad Mitchell Trio - The Whistling Gypsy - Mighty Day on Campus
Christine Lavin - Ballad Of A Ballgame - Beau Woes And Other Problems Of Modern Life
Colm Wilkinson - Imagine/Peace Will Come - Broadway And Beyond The Concert Songs
Craig Jackson - A Sweeter Song - Sweeter Songs
Dar Williams - I Have Been Around The World - In The Time Of Gods [Advance]
Dar Williams - Summer Child - In The Time Of Gods [Advance]
Dar Williams - The Light And The Sea - In The Time Of Gods [Advance]
Dar Williams - This Earth - In The Time Of Gods [Advance]
Drew Gasparini - Right Here - I Could Use a Drink: The Songs of Drew Gasparini
Dropkick Murphys - For Boston (Album Version) - Sing Loud, Sing Proud
Dropkick Murphys - Tessie (Old Timey Baseball Organ Version) - Tessie
Elvis Costello - (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love And Understanding - Armed Forces
Emma's Revolution - Peace, Salaam, Shalom - One X 1,000,000 = Change
Emma's Revolution - T.E.A. (Taxed Enough Already?!) - Revolutions Per Minute
Erich McMann - The Red, White, & Blue - The Last American Songbook
Erik Balkey - Baseball In My Blood - While The Paint Dries
Faith Prince - But The World Goes 'Round - Total Faith Live From The Royal Room At The Colony
Faith Prince - Lydia, The Tattooed Lady - Total Faith Live From The Royal Room At The Colony
Faith Prince - The Ladies Who Lunch - Total Faith Live From The Royal Room At The Colony
Fisher And Ronstadt - Ancient And Unending - Ancient And Unending
Fred Small - Peace Is - The Heart Of The Appaloosa
Glenn Eric - The Moon - Blanket of Stars
HuDost - The Alchemist - 4th Way Folk
James Durst - Die Gedanken Sind Frei / Thoughts Are Free - My Country Is The World
Jeni & Billy - Sweet Song Coming 'Round - Sweet Song Coming 'Round
Jerry Garcia & David Grisman - There Ain't No Bugs On Me - Not For Kids Only
Joan Baez - We Shall Overcome - Carry It On
Joanne Rand - Flying Rattlesnake - Stories From The Inside Out (Nashville Sessions)
Joanne Rand - Long May You Laugh - Stories From The Inside Out (Nashville Sessions)
Joanne Rand - Nation Of Earth - Stories From The Inside Out (Nashville Sessions)
Joanne Rand - Weird Kid - Stories From The Inside Out (Nashville Sessions)
John Fogerty - Centerfield - Centerfield - 25th Anniversary
Karyn Oliver - Hallelujah - Magdalene
Karyn Oliver - Magdalene - Magdalene
Keith Ferreira - Evrybody Wants to Be a Cat - The Singing Accountant - Beyond The Sea
Keith Ferreira - The Bare Necessities - The Singing Accountant - Beyond The Sea
Kimarnock Edition - Pay It Forward - Pay It Forward
Merrilee Rush - San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair) - Angel Of The Morning
Monochrome Set - The Midas Touch - Eligible Bachelors
Musical Cast Recording - Can You Use Any Money Today? - Call Me Madam
Old & In The Way - I Ain't Broke But I'm Badly Bent - That High Lonesome Sound
Old Crow Medicine Show - Back Home Again - The Music Is You: A Tribute to John Denver
Pepper Proud - Bus Stop - Riddles & Rhymes
Pepper Proud - Lullaby - Riddles & Rhymes
Pete Seeger - We Shall Overcome - Pete Seeger's Greatest Hits
Peter, Paul and Mary - Right Field (LP Version) - No Easy Walk To Freedom
Plastic Ono Band - Give Peace a Chance - Power to the People - The Hits (Remastered)
Randy Brown - Schrodinger's Cat - But Wait, There's More...
Renaissance - Midas Man - Novella
Standells - Dirty Water (Stereo Remix) - The Very Best Of The Standells
Stefilia's Stone - Like the Moon - Like the Moon
Steve & Kristi Nebel - If Peace Will Come - Tandem
Steve Goodman - A Dying Cub Fan's Last Request - Affordable Art
Stu Weaver - (If You Find The Way) I'll Find The Time - Seconds
Susan James - Tule Fog - Driving Toward The Sun
Susan James - Wandering - Driving Toward The Sun
The Avett Brothers - I Never Knew You - The Carpenter
The Avett Brothers - The Once And Future Carpenter - The Carpenter
The Pine Hearts - Big Sciota - Distant Lights
The Pine Hearts - Don't Let The Stars Bring You Down - Distant Lights
The Pine Hearts - Last Man Standing - Distant Lights
The Pine Hearts - Ok Ok - Distant Lights
The Pine Hearts - On Our Own - Distant Lights
The Pine Hearts - Virginia - Distant Lights
The Steel Wheels - The Race - No More Rain
Tom Paxton - My Favorite Spring (Album Version) - Live At McCabe's Guitar Shop
Tom Paxton - Peace Will Come - Peace Will Come
Valerie & Walter Crockett - Peace of Change - Long Live Album

Playlist - 2013-03

Playlist - 2013-03

March 2013 additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Ali Marcus - Of Homes and Loved Ones - Americana Hotel
Beth Wood - Doing This Dance - The Weather Inside
Beth Wood - Get Good - The Weather Inside
Bob Bradshaw - Home - Bob Bradshaw
Bob Bradshaw - Wings Of Desire - Bob Bradshaw
Bob Franke, Jack Hardy, Steven Baird - The Great Storm is Over - CooP - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 1, No. 6) Street Singing
Brother Sun - Jericho Road - Some Part Of The Truth
Brother Sun - Lady Of The Harbor - Some Part Of The Truth
Brother Sun - Sad - Some Part Of The Truth
Brother Sun - St. Christopher - Some Part Of The Truth
Brother Sun - These Hands - Some Part Of The Truth
Burns & Kristy - 17 Again - Caravan
Burns & Kristy - If I Fly - Caravan
Burns & Kristy - Peace In My Heart - Caravan
Burns & Kristy - Runaway Train - Caravan
Burns & Kristy - Standing Like A Tree - Caravan
Celtic Thunder - Clancy Brothers Medley (I'll Tell Me Ma / Courtin' In The Kitchen / Irish Rover) - Voyage II (AmazonMP3 Exclusive)
Eric Bannan - Fire Engine Red - Wild Places
Eric Bannan - This Train - Wild Places
Fast Folk Company - Great Storm Is Over - Fast Folk Musical Magazine (Vol. 3, No. 7) Live at the Bottom Line
Forest Sun - The Sky Is Smiling - Just Begun
Gaelic Storm - Kiss Me I'm Irish - Kiss Me I'm Irish
Jay Psaros - Backwards - Simply
Jay Psaros - Cowboy Song - Simply
Jay Psaros - Mountain Ridge - Simply
Jay Psaros - Sugar Coat Band - Simply
Jed Marum - Calla's Waltz - The South Wind
Jed Marum - Olivia Rose/The Vicar's Daughter - The South Wind
Jed Marum - Shines Like Gold - The South Wind
Jed Marum - Swing Low Sweet Chariot - The South Wind
Jed Marum - The Minstrel Boy - The South Wind
Jed Marum - The South Wind - The South Wind
Jonathan Edwards - Athens County (LP Version) - Jonathan Edwards
Kurt Winikka - Poodles In The Wild - Says The Rain
Lizanne Knott - Lay Me Down - Standing In The English Rain
Lizanne Knott - Stones Throw Away - Standing In The English Rain
Loretta Hagen - I'm Gone - Mud And Stone
Loretta Hagen - Now That You're Home - Mud And Stone
Loretta Hagen - Take Me - Mud And Stone
Marcy Marxer - Angeline the Baker - Things are Coming My Way
Marcy Marxer - It's the Girl - Things are Coming My Way
Megan Hilty - Dare You to Move - It Happens All the Time
Megan Hilty - Hopin' - It Happens All the Time
Melissa Greener - Always - Transistor Corazon
Melissa Greener - Everybody Wants Some - Transistor Corazon
Melissa Greener - That's What Makes You Strong - Transistor Corazon
Michelle Amato - Dear Irish Boy - Celtic Memories Sampler
Sham Rock - Irish Stew - The Album
Stephanie Bettman & Luke Halpin - Fiddler's Bend - Live In Los Angeles!
Stephanie Bettman & Luke Halpin - Get Close To Me - Live In Los Angeles!
Stephanie Bettman & Luke Halpin - Sing Along - Live In Los Angeles!
Stephanie Bettman & Luke Halpin - Stiff Upper Lip - Live In Los Angeles!
Steve Quinzi - Road To Glory (Instrumental) - Celtic Memories Sampler
Talitha MacKenzie - Changerais-Tu? - Spiorad
Talitha MacKenzie - Hopa! - Spiorad
The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem - A Jug of Punch - In Person at Carnegie Hall
The Clancy Brothers & Tommy Makem - Home Boys Home [Album Version] - Luck Of The Irish
The Clancy Brothers And Tommy Makem And Their Families - Bold O'Donahue - Irish Folk Songs And Airs
The Irish Rovers - Pat Of Mullingar - The Unicorn
The Levins - Dropping Keys - My Friend Hafiz
The Steel Wheels - Go up to that mountain - No More Rain
The Steel Wheels - I will love you - No More Rain
The Steel Wheels - O Child - No More Rain
The Steel Wheels - Waters edge - No More Rain
The Tiller'S Folly - Water At the Bar - A Ripple In Time
Tommy Scott - Going Home - Celtic Memories Sampler
Zoe Mulford - Coyote Wings - Coyote Wings
Zoe Mulford - Sister, Sail - Coyote Wings
Zoe Mulford - When the Coffee's All Gone - Coyote Wings

Playlist - 2013-02

Playlist - 2013-02

February 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Abbie Gardner - Comes Love - Hope
Abbie Gardner - It's You - Hope
Arlo Guthrie / Pete Seeger - How Can I Keep From Singing (Album Version) - Precious Friend
Arlon Bennett - A Friend in You - World of Possibility
Billy Mitchell - Re-Tired - Boomer Power
Chad Mitchell Trio - On My Journey - Mighty Day On Campus
Cheryl Wheeler - Arrow - Cheryl Wheeler Live
Cheryl Wheeler - Little Kids - Cheryl Wheeler Live
Cheryl Wheeler - Potato - Cheryl Wheeler Live
Cheryl Wheeler - Shutcher Piehole - Cheryl Wheeler Live
Chris Vallillo - Battle Cry of Freedom - Abraham Lincoln in Song
Chris Vallillo - Darling Nelly Gray - Abraham Lincoln in Song
Chris Vallillo - Hard Times Come Again No More - Abraham Lincoln in Song
Chris Vallillo - Let the Band Play Dixie - Abraham Lincoln in Song
Chris Vallillo - River Road - The Last Day Of Winter
Chris Vallillo - The Water Is Wide - The Last Day Of Winter
Christian McNeill, Sea Monsters - I Will Always Be Your Friend - Everything's Up for Grabs
Comanchero - Cold & Lonely Night - The Undeserved
Corey Koehler - When the Wind Blows Softly - Singles
Corey Koehler - Why Wait - Singles
Craig Werth - I Need You Now - The SpokesMan
Craig Werth - Spinning Gold - The SpokesMan
Craig Werth - The SpokesMan - The SpokesMan
Craig Werth - Zucchini - Bonus - The SpokesMan
Darryl Purpose - Next Time Around - Next Time Around
Darryl Purpose - Race The Wind - Next Time Around
Dave Rudolf - Shovel Snow, Shovel Snow - Completely Cracked Christmas
Elaine Mahon - Rise Up Singing - Rise
Emily Pinkerton - Beautiful Dress - Ends Of The Earth
Emily Pinkerton - Ends Of The Earth - Ends Of The Earth
Emily Pinkerton - Summer Heat - Ends Of The Earth
Joe Crookston - A Friend Like You - Darkling & the BlueBird Jubilee
Joe Crookston - Darkling & the BlueBird Jubilee - Darkling & the BlueBird Jubilee
Joe Crookston - Everything Here is Good - Darkling & the BlueBird Jubilee
Jon Shain - A Dram Lest We Get Dry - Ordinary Cats
Jon Shain - Soldiers Reel - Ordinary Cats
Joshua James - Surrender - From the Top of Willamette Mountain [Explicit]
Judy Collins - How Can I Keep From Singing? - That Thing That's A Whole Lot Bigger Than This – Hymns From Home
Judy Collins - The Blizzard - The Essential Judy Collins
Mary Beth Cross - Banjo Man - In My Right Mind
Mary Beth Cross - Before I Go - In My Right Mind
Mary Beth Cross - Caledonia - Beyond Good and Evil
Mary Beth Cross - For Good - In My Right Mind
Mary Beth Cross - In My Right Mind - In My Right Mind
Mumford & Sons - Awake My Soul (Live From Red Rocks) - The Road To Red Rocks (Live)
Mumford & Sons - I Will Wait (Live From Red Rocks) - The Road To Red Rocks (Live)
Mumford & Sons - Whispers in the Dark (Live From Red Rocks) - The Road To Red Rocks (Live)
Neal & Leandra - I've Been Everywhere - A Hundred Years From Now
Neal & Leandra - Learn How To Float - A Hundred Years From Now
Neal & Leandra - Nothing Left To Lose - A Hundred Years From Now
Neal & Leandra - One - A Hundred Years From Now
Neal & Leandra - Serenity - A Hundred Years From Now
Neal & Leandra - Star Girls - A Hundred Years From Now
Nora And One Left - My Bike And Me - Bicycle
North Sea Gas - I Wish They'd Do It Now - Edinburgh Toon
North Sea Gas - Sound The Pibroch - Tak A Dram Afore Ye Go
Palmyra Delran - Shy Boy - Shy Boy
Patti LuPone - Gypsy In My Soul - Far Away Places: Live At 54 Below
Patti LuPone - I Regret Everything - Far Away Places: Live At 54 Below
Paul Kelly - I'm On Your Side - Spring and Fall
Peter, Paul & Mary - Come And Go With Me (LP Version) - A Song Will Rise
Peter, Paul & Mary - Puff, The Magic Dragon (Live In Japan 1967) - Peter, Paul & Mary: Live in Japan, 1967
Peter, Paul & Mary - Puff, The Magic Dragon [Live] - Peter, Paul And Mary In Concert
Sally Barris - Perfect Love - Wilder Girl
Sally Barris - Standing Still - Wilder Girl
SMASH Cast - Don't Forget Me (SMASH Cast Version featuring Katharine McPhee) - BOMBSHELL
SMASH Cast - Hang The Moon (SMASH Cast Version featuring Bernadette Peters with Megan Hilty) - BOMBSHELL
SMASH Cast - Second Hand White Baby Grand (SMASH Cast Version featuring Megan Hilty) - BOMBSHELL
Smithfield Fair - Snow Child - Every New Day
Spark & Whisper - Carries Me Away - Spark & Whisper
Spark & Whisper - End of the Rainbow - Spark & Whisper
Spuyten Duyvil - In Sympathy - In Spite of the Deval
Spuyten Duyvil - Judge Not - New Amsterdam
Spuyten Duyvil - Shady Grove - New Amsterdam
Spuyten Duyvil - Someone Who'll Shine - In Spite of the Devil
Steve Chizmadia - Find A Song - Jack Of All Trades
Steve Chizmadia - I'm Alright - Jack Of All Trades
Steve Chizmadia - I'm Still Me, Are You Still You? - Jack Of All Trades
Steve Chizmadia - Song For Pete - Jack Of All Trades
Steve Chizmadia - The Wall Street Fat-Cat Tax-Payer Bail-Out Blues - Jack Of All Trades
Stu Weaver - Let It Snow - Season
Sue Young - Gliding - Gliding
Sue Young - String Of Pearls - Gliding
Trout Steak Revival - Ashes To Ashes - Flight
Trout Steak Revival - Greasy Coat - Flight
Zoe Mulford - Pocket Fulla Quarters - Coyote Wings

Playlist - 2013-01

Playlist - 2013-01

January 2013 Additions to Positively Charged Radio

Format is Artist - Title - Album

Brad Cole - Fall - Down The Line
Brad Cole - Pilgrimage - Down The Line
Brad Cole - Butterfly - Down The Line
Christine Lavin - Doris & Edwin: The Movie - Live at the Cactus Cafe
Craver,Hicks,Watson & Newberry - Tying Ten Knots in the Devils Tail - You've Been a Friend to Me
Craver,Hicks,Watson & Newberry - How Does a Glass Eye Work - You've Been a Friend to Me
Craver,Hicks,Watson & Newberry - You've Been a Friend to Me - You've Been a Friend to Me
Craver,Hicks,Watson & Newberry - Ship in the Clouds/Red Fox - You've Been a Friend to Me
David Rovics - Why Don't They Play You On The Radio? - Meanwhile In Afghanistan
Debra Cowan - Walloping Window Blind - Dad's Dinner Pail and Other Songs
Debra Cowan - Dad's Dinner Pail - Among Friends
Debra Cowan - Good Fish Chowder - Among Friends
Debra Cowan - The Dreadnought Mutiny - Among Friends
Debra Cowan - One More Before We Go - Among Friends
Gathering Time - Hard Times Come Again No More - single
Lazybirds - Oh Marie - American Roots
Lazybirds - Gettin' Up In The Mornin' - American Roots
Lazybirds - Backroads Boogie - American Roots
Lazybirds - My Blue Heaven - American Roots
Lazybirds - Ode To The Little Brown Shack Out Back - American Roots
Lazybirds - Devil's Trilogy - American Roots
Mara Levine - HALLELUJAH - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - When I Sing with You - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - By My Side - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - River - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Blackberry Time - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - I Will Walk with You - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Straw Against the Chill - Jewels and Harmony
Mara Levine - Leave Time - Jewels and Harmony
Marcy Marxer - Things are Coming My Way - Things are Coming My Way
Mike Craver - Beautiful Bibulous Babylon - Bosh & Moonshine
Mike Craver - The Ballad Of Frederick Fosdick - Bosh & Moonshine
Mike Craver - The Mortician From Mordden Manitoba - Bosh & Moonshine
Mike Craver - The Ballad Of Deadwood Dan - Bosh & Moonshine
Mike Craver - When It's Rhubarb Time In Orangeville - Bosh & Moonshine
Nanci Griffith - High On A Mountain Top - Intersection
Nanci Griffith - Just Another Morning Here - Intersection
Nanci Griffith - Sing - The Loving Kind
Noel Paul Stookey - Ameica The Beautiful - One & Many
Noel Paul Stookey - In These Times - One & Many
Noel Paul Stookey - The Big Picture. - One & Many
Noel Paul Stookey - Not That Kind Of Music. - One & Many
Nora And One Left - A Winter's Ride - Bicycle
Norbert Leo Butz - No One - Memory & Mayhem - Live at 54BELOW
Norbert Leo Butz - Sixteen Tons - Great Big Stuff - Memory & Mayhem - Live at 54BELOW
Norbert Leo Butz - Poison and Wine - Memory & Mayhem - Live at 54BELOW
Original Broadway Cast Recording - The Life That You Wished For - Chaplin: The Musical
Original Broadway Cast Recording - Life Can Be Like the Movies - Chaplin: The Musical
Peter Mayer - The Houses Of Winter - Midwinter
Santa's Elves - New Years Day - Santa's Elves Sing the Hits
Smithfield Fair - A Fine Homecoming Day - 20 For 20
Smithfield Fair - Greyfriar's Bobby - 20 For 20
Smithfield Fair - Home To Islay - 20 For 20
Smithfield Fair - Swept Away - 20 For 20
Smithfield Fair - If I Were A Wealthy Man - 20 For 20
Smithfield Fair - Have a Good Time - Every New Day
Smithfield Fair - Every New Day - Every New Day
Smithfield Fair - On My Way Back Home - Every New Day
Smithfield Fair - Summerville Airfield - Every New Day
Stan Rogers - Forty-five Years - The Very Best of Stan Rogers
The Coal Porters - Barefoot on the Courthouse Lawn - Find the One
Trout Steak Revival - Ashes To Ashes - Flight
Trout Steak Revival - Bell - Flight
Trout Steak Revival - Greasy Coat - Flight
Various artists - One Day More - Les Miserables: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack
Walt Cronin & Martin Beal - Lay You Down - Gone So Long
Walt Cronin & Martin Beal - Thought Of You - Gone So Long
Walt Cronin & Martin Beal - Gone So Long - Gone So Long
Walt Cronin & Martin Beal - Hold On To Me - Gone So Long
Walt Cronin & Martin Beal - Then I'd Smile - Gone So Long
Zoe Mulford - Welcome to Another Year - WhereforeArts.com Presents This Time and Place

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