Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Playlist WCOM Revolution Starts Now July 28 2015

The Revolution Starts Now: The Topical Song Show, July 28, 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.

Steve Earle / The Revolution Starts Now / The Revolution Starts Now / E-Squared-Artemis / 3:09
Gene Autry / The Death of Mother Jones / !Protest! American Protest Songs 1928-1953 / Viper / 2:38
Paul Robeson / Joe Hill / Don't Mourn-Organize!: Songs of Labor Songwriter Joe Hill / Smithsonian Folkways / 2:59
John McCutcheon / There Is Power in the Union / Joe Hill’s Last Will / Appalseed / 2:58 Joe Hill's Last Will
Aunt Molly Jackson / Hard Times in Coleman Mines / Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Appalachian CoalfieldsAppalachian Coalfields / Lonesome Records / 2:34
Sarah Ogan Gunning / That Twenty-Five Cents You Paid [Live] / Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Appalachian Coalfields / Lonesome Records / 2:21
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Sue Massek / Down on the Picket Line / Precious Memories / Strictly Country / 1:34
Ron Short / The Redneck War / Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Appalachian Coalfields / Lonesome Records / 5:18
Kathy Mattea / Coal Tattoo / Coal / Captain Potato / 3:17
Hazel Dickens / The Yablonski Murder/ Music of Coal: Mining Songs from the Appalachian Coalfields / Lonesome Records / 2:57
Si Kahn / The Brookside Strike / New Wood / Philo / 2:29
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Dave McCarn / Cotton Mill Colic / [78 rpm single] / Victor V-40274 / 2:36
The Dixon Brothers / Weave Room Blues / Are You from Dixie?: Great Country Brother Teams of the 1930's / RCA / 2:35
Slim Smith / Bread Line Blues / Protest! American Protest Songs 1928-1953 / Viper / 3:20
Fraizer Family / Welfare Blues / 100 Early Blues Recordings / Goldenlane Records / 3:39
Big Bill Broonzy / Black, Brown and White / Classic Protest Songs from Smithsonian Folkways / Smithsonian Folkways / 2:45
New Lost City Ramblers / ’31 Depression Blues / 50 Years: Where Do You Come From? Where Do You Go? / Smithsonian Folkways / 3:15

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