Sunday, November 19, 2017

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now on WCOM November 14 2017


Thanks to this week’s interview guest Meghan Cary

Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 1:09
Tim Grimm / Gonna Be Great / Stranger in Time / self / 5:23
Neil Young & Promise of the Real / Already Great / The Visitor / Reprise / 5:48
Alastair Moock / Make it Great / Alastair Moock / Moock Music / 4:18
Meghan Cary / Responsibility / Sing Louder / Angel Bear / 3:58
Meghan Cary / River Rock / Sing Louder / Angel Bear / 3:32
Meghan Cary / Sing Louder / Sing Louder / Angel Bear / 4:21
Mavis Staples / If All I Was Was Black / If All I Was Was Black / Anti-Epitaph/ 3:56
Buffy Sainte Marie / Universal Soldier / Medicine Songs / True North / 2:41

Noel Paul Stookey / Impeachable / summerfallwinterspring / Neworld MultiMedia / 1:43

Monday, November 13, 2017

Classic Eno Festival Shows for rest of 2017 Announced

Classic Eno Festival Live

Saturdays at 11:00 am on WHUP-LP 104.7 www.whupfm.org 

Upcoming Shows
Freighthoppers 1996 (c)Becky Johnson

11/18/2017 – The Freighthoppers 1997
11/25/2017 – Etta Baker 1988
Ralph Stanley Signing Autographs 2015 (c)Becky Johnson
12/2/2017 – Ralph Stanley & the Clinch Mountain Boys 2000
12/9/2017 – Rev. Billy C. Wirtz 1988 and 1990
12/16/2017 – Sheila Kay Adams 1997
12/23/2017 – The Branchettes
12/30/2017 – The Seldom Scene 1988 second set

For more than three decades the annual Festival for the Eno has presented the best in traditional and contemporary music from North Carolina (and occasionally beyond) on multiple stages during the July 4 holiday weekend. What few folks know, however, is that the festival has recorded every one of those sets, and very little of that treasure trove has been available for public consumption. It is with great pride that WHUP showcases those performances in a weekly one-hour broadcast, curated by eminent music authority, organizer and promoter Art Menius.
The Eno Festival lineup over the years reads like a who’s who of North Carolina musicians and bands including legends as well as locals, all captured in the intimate setting of West Point on the Eno City Park under the guidance of audio engineer and archivist Jeff Brown. Classic Eno Festival Live brings listeners the best of those sessions, spanning a variety of musical genres and styles.
Classic Eno Festival Live is made possible by the Eno River Association, a Durham-based non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Eno Riverwatershed and expanding the Eno River State Park for the benefit of current and future generations, and in cooperation with the Southern Folklife Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, custodian of the festival archives.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now on WCOM November 7 2017


Thanks to our guests Leah Kaufman and Isabel Taylor



Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 1:09
The Nields / Tyrants Always Fall / [single] / self / 4:59
Buffy Sainte Marie / The War Racket / Medicine Songs / True North / 4:00
Mavis Staples / If All I Was Was Black / If All I Was Was Black / Anti-Epitaph/ 3:56
Leah Kaufman / Ruby Shoes / On to Something Fine / Boojum / 3:49
Leah Kaufman / Haw River Gold / On to Something Fine / Boojum / 3:45
Noel Paul Stookey / Impeachable / summerfallwinterspring / Neworld MultiMedia / 1:43
Bett Padgett / Living in this World / At the End of the Day / Ceilidhe’s Music / 3:15
Mara Levine / You Reap What You Sow / [single] / Mara’s Creations / 3:08
Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer / Well May the World Go – Letter from Pete’s Banjo / Community Music / 5:19

Boubacar Traoré / Dis Lui Que Je L'Aime Comme Mon Pays (Radio Edit) / Dounia Tabolo / LusAfrica / 3:47

Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now WCOM-LP October 31 2017

The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, October 31, 2017 on WCOM-FM 103.5, community radio for Carrboro and Chapel Hill, NC (www.wcomfm.org). Hosted each Tuesday from 4:00 to 5:00 PM Eastern Time by Art Menius (PO Box 1161; Carrboro, NC 27510). http://artmenius.com and http://bit.ly/artsradio. Underwritten by radicallocalism.com and Vimala's Curryblossom Cafe.

Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 1:09
John McCutcheon / World Series ‘57 / Sermon on the Mound / Appalsongs / 3:38
Skinner and T'witch / Halloween / The Fool’s Journey / S&T Records / 3:44
Lou Reed / Halloween Parade / New York / Warner / 3:33
Ruston Kelly / Halloween (Downstairs) / Halloween / Razor & Tie / 4:40
The Incredible String Band / Witches Hat / The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter / Elektra / 2:30
Fairport Convention / Tam Lin / The Best of Sandy Denny / Hannibal / 7:00
ETSU Bluegrass Pride Band / Sam Jocelyn’s Ghost / [single] / Now and Then / 3:59
Anne McCue with Dave Alvin / Devil in the Middle / Blue Sky Thinkin’ / Flying Machine Records / 4:06
Mavis Staples / If All I Was Was Black / If All I Was Was Black / Anti-Epitaph/ 3:56
Meghan Cary / Responsibility / Sing Louder / Angel Bear / 3:58
Nicholas Penn / Cigarettes for the Homeless / ill Eagle EP / self / 3:51
Jim Page / Masters of Lies / A Hand Full of Songs / self / 3:13

Christine Lavin / Turn This Ship Around / Spaghettification / self / 2:28

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Hail to the Chief

I can't play this on the radio, so all I can do is post this link to the Chuck D and the Prophets of Rage video, "Hail to the Chief, more about Pence than Trump.

Hail to the Chief

You can find a related op-ed by  Chuck D here: Why Donald Trump is a white-supremacist

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now on WCOM Chapel Hill-Carrboro October 24 2017


Thanks to interview guest Terry Kitchen


Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 1:09
John McCutcheon / Sermon on the Mound / Sermon on the Mound / Appalsongs / 4:21
Chip Taylor / I Read it in the Rolling Stone / Last Chance - The Warner Bros. Years / Train Wreck Records / 3:39
Wild Ponies / Tower and the Wheel / Galax / Gearbox Records / 4:05

Dori Freeman / Bright Lights / Letters Never Read / MRI / 3:14
Terry Kitchen / Seeds / The Quiet Places / Urban Campfire / 2:47
Terry Kitchen / Nature’s Way / The Quiet Places / Urban Campfire / 2:48

Terry Kitchen / The Kid Behind the Wall / The Quiet Places / Urban Campfire / 5:03
Mara Levine with Gathering Time / By My Silence / Facets of Folk / Mara’s Creations / 3:34
Beppe Gambetta / Randal Collins / Short Stories / Borealis / 3:25
Hiss Golden Messenger / When the Wall Comes Down / Hallelujah, Anyhow / Merge / 4:03

Windborne / Stole and Sold / Song on the Times / self / 2:18

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now on WCOM October 17 2017


Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 1:09
The Baseball Project / To the Veteran’s Committee / 3rd / Yep Roc / 2:18
Night Tree / Survivor’s Nign / Night Tree / Night Tree Records / 4:43

The Nields / Tyrants Always Fall / [single] / self / 4:59
Crys Matthews / We Must Be Free / Battle Hymn for an Army of Lovers / self / 3:43
Jackie Green / The Modern Lives / The Modern Lives - Vol 1 / Blue Rose Music / 3:25
Rhiannon Giddens / Freedom Highway / Freedom Highway / Nonesuch / 4:49
Mara Levine with Gathering Time / By My Silence / Facets of Folk / Mara’s Creations / 3:34
Bett Padgett / What if There Was One Religion / At the End of the Day / Ceilidhe’s Music / 4:15
Michael Veitch / Pledging Allegiance / Wake Up Call / Blurt Music / 3:57
Art Podell / Blame it on the Russians / [single] / Amsqosh Records / 3:57
Mark Stepakoff / Making Guns / Any Port in a Storm / self / 3:32
Crowe’s Pasture / The Storm / Edge of America / self / 3:54
Christine Lavin / What the Hell was That / Spaghettification / self / 4:12
Jim Page / Masters of Lies / A Hand Full of Songs / self / 3:13