Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show January 6 2014 on WCOM-FM 103.5

The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, January 6, 2014 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://lazyfarmboy.blogspot.com.

Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 3:10
Neil Young & Crazy Horse / Winterlong / Neil Young Archives Volume I [1963 - 1972] / Reprise / 3:40
Jerry Kearns / Top Hits of 1965 / WKIX-AM 850 aircheck from Jan 1 1966 / 3:24
The Decemberists / January Hymn / The King is Dead / Capitol Records / 3:13
John Doyle / The Month of January / Wayward Son / Alliance / 5:26
Pierce & Grace Pettis & Billy Crockett / In the bleak midwinter / A Very Blue Rock Christmas / Blue Rock Artists / 3:10
Laurie Lewis and Tom Rozum / Snowy Road / Winter’s Grace / Signature Sounds / 4:28
Bessie Jones with the Georgia Sea Island Singers / Before This Time Another Year / Get In Union / Tompkins Square / 3:36 
Frank Patterson / The Eighth of January / Altamont: Black String Band Music / Rounder / 2:30
Benton Flippen / The Eighth of January / Old Time New Times / Rounder / 3:02
Sam McCracken / The Eighth of January / Possum Up a Gum Stump: Home, Field & Commercial Recordings of Alabama Fiddlers / Alabama Traditions / 1:47
Johnny Horton / The Battle of New Orleans / Honky Tonk Man: The Essential Johnny Horton / Sony / 2:29
Image result for Johnny HortonJohnny Horton / North to Alaska / Honky Tonk Man: The Essential Johnny Horton / Sony / 2:47
Johnny Horton / Sink the Bismark / Honky Tonk Man: The Essential Johnny Horton / Sony / 3:12
Homer and Jethro / The Battle of Camp Kookamunga / America’s Song Butchers: The Weird World of Homer and Jethro / Razor & Tie / 2:39

Hot 8 Brass Band / New Orleans (After the City) / New Orleans Brass Bands: Through the Streets of the City / Smithsonian Folkways / 6:47

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