Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Playlist The Revolution Starts Now on WCOM-FM103.5 Carrboro-Chapel Hill

The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, October 20, 2015 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. Underwritten by radicallocalism.com.

Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 3:09
Hillfolk Noir | Pop Songs for Elk
Hillfolk Noir / Little Sadie – Walking Boss / Pop Songs for Elk / Self / 3:22
Doug Wallin / Omie Wise / Family Songs and Stories From the North Carolina Mountains / Smithsonian Folkways / 3:05
Jesse Milnes & Emily Miller / Hiram Herbert / Deep End Sessions Vol. II / Self / 3:26
Dock Boggs / The Death of Jerry Damron / His Folkways Years 1963-1968 / Smithsonian Folkways / 4:17
Sue Massek, Alice Gerrard, and Si Kahn / The Lonesome Death of Harry Simms / Precious Memories / Strictly Country / 2:00
Tommy Jarrell / John Brown’s Dream / County Legends / County Records / 3:29
Hiram Stamper / Brushy Fork at John’s Creek / County Legends / County Records / 2:04
The Stanley Brothers / The Flood / Complete Mercury Recordings / Mercury Nashville / 3:07
The Stanley Brothers / No School Bus in Heaven / Complete Mercury Recordings / Mercury Nashville / 2:48 Image 1
Bill Monroe / Molly and Tenbrooks / Anthology / MCA Nashville / 2:20
Del McCoury / White House Blues / Celebrating 50 years / McCoury Music / 2:15
Laurie Lewis and Kathy Kallick / To Hell With the Land / The Songs of Vern and Ray / Spruce and Maple Music / 3:22
Doc Watson / The Wreck of the Number Nine / The Definitive Doc Watson / Sugar Hill / 2:58
Dock Boggs / Cole Younger / His Folkways Years 1963-1968 / Smithsonian Folkways / 1:52 Image 1
Free The Honey / High Peaks / Fine Bloom / Self / 2:51
Anna Roberts-Gevalt and Elizabeth LaPrelle / Sun to Sun / The Very Day I’m Gone: The Songs of Addie Graham / June Appal / 2:14


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