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Album Review: Steep Canyon Rangers, 'Out In the Open'

December 6, 2017

by Elena See, Folk Alley

Steep Canyon Rangers Out In the Open.jpgThe six musicians who make up the North Carolina based Steep Canyon Rangers started out nearly twenty years ago with their feet firmly planted in the bluegrass genre. Over time, they've morphed into a true supergroup: crazy good musicians who've developed an innate understanding of each other's talents and who know exactly how to work with each other to achieve the best possible sound. But, in 2017/2018, is it a true bluegrass sound? Well, kind of.

Of course, identifying a band as part of a specific musical genre has become less and less important. Good music is good music and, frankly, who cares if it's called country or bluegrass or rock 'n' roll? The Steep Canyon Rangers don't seem to care, that's for sure, and neither does producer Joe Henry. Together, they've created 'Out in the Open,' an album that really does offer something for everyone.

There's a melancholy Americana sound that rings out in the opening track, "Farmers and Pharaohs" (just try not to sink into some deep personal reflection as you listen to a man who longs for another chance at the past); barbershop quartet (sextet?) fans will delight in "Shenandoah Valley," with its almost-but-not-quite-gimmicky whistling and vocal harmonies; and there's a classic country feel to "Love Harder," thanks in part to the banjo, mandolin, and fiddle trio that runs throughout the tune. And, in true bluegrass fashion, each instrument gets its chance to shine throughout the album, too: the banjo quietly (yes, really) works its magic on "Roadside Anthems," and harmonica fans will rejoice in the title track.

In short, 'Out in the Open' is a stellar addition to the Rangers' discography. It's full of emotion, heart, and soul, and for an album of songs that seem to circle around themes of loss, regret, and wishes for second chances, there's an underlying air of hope, a promise that, as you hear in a gorgeous cover of Bob Dylan's "Let Me Die in My Footsteps," "mistakes of a past history" won't be repeated.

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'Out in the Open' will be released January 26, 2018 via Ramseur Records, and is available for pre-order now at iTunes and Amazon.com.

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Posted by Linda Fahey at 3:52 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171130

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

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PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Darrell Scott - Jesus Was A Capricorn - Live at the Station Inn - Soundly Music

Over the Rhine - If We Make It Through December - Blood Oranges In The Snow - Great Speckled Dog

Mike Barnett (feat. Tim O'Brien) - Mary and the Soldier - Portraits in Fiddles - Compass Records

Mike Barnett (feat. Bobby Hicks) - Fiddle Patch - Portraits in Fiddles - Compass Records

Twisted Pine - Bound To Do It Right (The Jersey City Song) - Twisted Pine - Signature Sounds

Cara Dillon - The Faughan Side - Wanderer - Charcoal Records

John Doyle - North Sea Holes - Evening Comes Early - Shanachie

Boubacar Traoré (w/ Leyla McCalla) - Je chanterai Pour toi - Dounia Tabolo - Lusafrica

Leyla McCalla - Latibonit - Folk Alley in-studio recording - Folk Alley in-studio

Steep Canyon Rangers - Going Midwest - Out in the Open - Ramseur Records

Billy Strings - Pyramid Country - Turmoil & Tinfoil - Apostol Recording

John Hartford - Holding - Aereo-Plain - Rounder

KC Groves - Little Rain - Happy Little Trees - KC Groves

Free the Honey - High Peaks - Fine Bloom - Free the Honey

Hour Two:

Mama's Broke - Count the Wicked - Count the Wicked - Mama's Broke

André Brunet - La Grosse Maison Rouge - Folk Alley Sessions at FestiTrad - Folk Alley Exclusive

Stephen Fearing - Blowhard Nation - Every Soul's a Sailor - Stephen Fearing

Samantha Fish - No Angels - Belle of the West - Ruf Records

Lucinda Williams - Drunken Angel - Car Wheels on a Gravel Road - Mercury

David Rawlings - Money is the Meat In the Coconut - Poor David's Almanack - Acony Records

Gillian Welch - Revelator - Time (The Revelator) - Acony

Mary Gauthier - Bullet Holes in the Sky - Rifles & Rosary Beads - In the Black Records/Thirty

Slaid Cleaves - Still Fighting the War - Still Fighting the War - Music Road Records

Upstate Rubdown - Ball Rolling - A Remedy - Upstate Rubdown

Richie & Rosie - Brushy Folk of St. John's Creek - Nowhere In Time - Richie & Rosie

Jeffrey Martin - Billy Burroughs - One Go Around - Fluff & Gravy

Tommy Emmanuel - Looking Forward to the Past (feat. Rodney Crowell) - Accomplice One - CGP Sounds/Thirty Tigers

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell - La Danse de la Joie - The Traveling Kind - Nonesuch Records

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 3:38 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171123

November 24, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

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PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

The Early Mays - Little Pink - Chase the Sun - Birds on the Wing Records

Kathy Kallick Band - Kentucky Mandolin - Foxhounds - Live Oaks Records

Sam Bush - Bowling Green - Storyman - Sugar Hill

Robert Ellis & Courtney Hartman - Gentle on My Mind - Dear John - Refuge Foundation for the

John Hartford - Don't Leave Your Records in the Sun - Mark Twang - FlyingFish

Samantha Fish - Gone For Good - Belle of the West - Ruf Records

Luther Dickinson - Mean Ol' Wind Died Down - Blues & Ballads (A Folksinger's Songbook) Volumes I & II - New West Records

Offa Rex - The Gardener - The Queen of Hearts - Nonesuch

The Chieftains (feat. Decemberists) - When The Ship Comes In - Voices of Ages - Hear Music

Tommy Emmanuel (feat. Amanda Shires) - Borderline - Accomplice One - CGP Sounds/Thirty Tigers

Chet Atkins & Tommy Emanuel - Road to Gundaghi/Waltzing Matilda - The Day Finger Pickers took Over the World - Columbia

Pat Donohue - Stealin' from Chet - Backroads - Bluesky

Langhorne Slim - Private Property - Lost at Last Vol. 1 - Dualtone Music Group

Laura Marling - How Can I - Short Movie - Ribbon Music

Hour Two:

Mike Barnett - Fox Chase - Portraits in Fiddles - Compass Records

Chris Thile & Michael Daves - Ookpik Waltz - Sleep with One Eye Open - Nonesuch

Mile Twelve - Ace of Hearts - Onwards - Delores the Taurus

Cara Dillon - Sailor Boy - Wanderer - Charcoal Records

Kris Drever - Harvest Gypsies - Black Water - Compass

The Milk Carton Kids - New York - Prologue

Christian Lopez - Caramel - Red Arrow - Blaster Records

Dori Freeman - I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight - Letters Never Read - Blue Hens Music

Richard Thompson - Push and Shove - Acoustic Rarities - Beeswing

Fairport Convention - Farewell, Farewell - Liege & Lief - A&M

Darrell Scott - I Don't Believe You (She Acts Like We Never Have Met) - Live at the Station Inn - Soundly Music

Darrell Scott - The Open Door - Live at the Station Inn - Soundly Music

Willie Watson - John Henry - Folksinger Vol. 2 - Acony Records

Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn - Bloomin' Rose - Echo In the Valley - Rounder Records/Concord

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 10:00 AM

Best of 2017 Listener Poll

November 22, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Best of 2017 Listener Poll SQ 300x300.pngIt's been an amazing and inspiring year for folk, roots, and Americana music. Everything from debut and breakout releases by new artists, to brilliant masterpieces by some of our favorite songwriters, and everything in between!

Folk Alley wants to know YOUR favorites of the year.

Now is your chance to vote for your Top 10 favorite folk, roots and Americana albums of 2017.

CLICK HERE to VOTE!

Posted by Linda Fahey at 1:07 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171116

November 20, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

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PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Gary Nicholson, Darrell Scott, Tim O'Brien (compilation) - Texas Cookin' - This One's for Him: A Tribute To Guy Clark - Icehouse Music

Lyle Lovett - Church - Joshua Judges Ruth - MCA

Still on the Hill - Seven Pies - OZARK: a Celebration in Song - Termite

Joe Craven - Hot Turkey - Camptown - Blender

Cheryl Wheeler - Potato - Sylvia Hotel - Philo

Gretchen Peters - Blackbirds (in-studio) - Folk Alley Exclusive - Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival - Folk Alley Exclusive

Gretchen Peters - When All You Got Is A Hammer (in-studio) - Folk Alley Exclusive - Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival - Folk Alley Exclusive

Gretchen Peters - The Cure for the Pain (in-studio) - Folk Alley Exclusive - Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival - Folk Alley Exclusive

Alan Doyle - Come Out With Me - A Week at the Warehouse - Universal Music Canada

Fortunate Ones - The Bliss - The Bliss - Old Farm Pony Records

Eddie Berman - Tarmac Blues - Before The Bridge - Nettwerk Music Group

Stephen Bennett - Libby's Tune - Everything Under The Sun - Cimirron

Anna Tivel - All Along - Small Believer - Fluff & Gravy records

Hour Two:

Kacey Musgraves - Family - Pageant Material - Mercury Nashville

Darrell Scott - Family Tree - Family Tree - Sugar Hill

Richie & Rosie - Waterbound - Nowhere In Time - Richie & Rosie

The Horse Flies - Jenny on the Railroad - Human Fly - MCA

Natalie Merchant - House Carpenter - The House Carpenter's Daughter - MythAmerica

Langhorne Slim - Bluebird - Lost at Last Vol.1 - Dualtone Music Group

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell - Bluebird Wine - Old Yellow Moon - Nonesuch

Joan Osborne - Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn) - Songs of Bob Dylan - Womanly Hips Records

The Lonely Heartstring Band - Rambling, Gambling Willie - Deep Waters - Rounder Records/Concord

Bob Dylan (Mono) - Subterranean Homesick Blues - Original Mono Recordings (Best Of) - Columbia Legacy

The Early Mays - Say-O - Chase the Sun - Birds on the Wing Records

The Early Mays - Mannington No. 9 - Chase the Sun - Birds on the Wing Records

Chris Hillman - New Old John Robertson - Bidin' My Time - Rounder Records/Concord

Noam Pikelny - Milford's Reel - Beat The Devil and Carry A Rail - Compass

Mary Chapin Carpenter - Thanksgiving Song - Come Darkness, Come Light - Zoe

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 4:29 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171109

November 11, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

{{Audio for this show is no longer available.}}

PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Neil Young - Old Man - Harvest - Reprise

Mile Twelve - Old Tom - Onwards - Delores the Taurus

Flatt Lonesome - I'm Not Afraid To Be Alone - Silence In These Walls - Mountain Home

Ana Egge - We Are One - [single] - Story Sound

Mandolin Orange - Lonesome Whistle - Blindfaller - Yep Roc Records

Richard Thompson - Genesis Hall - Acoustic Classics II - Beeswing

Richard Thompson - Alexander Graham Bell - Acoustic Rarities - Beeswing

Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn - On This Winding Road - Echo In The Valley - Rounder Records/Concord

Ganey Arsement - John Dale's Zydeco - Le Forgeron - Salty Bayou Music

Dori Freeman - Over There - Letters Never Read - Blue Hens Music

Elephant Revival - Grace Of A Woman - These Changing Skies - Itz Evolving Records

The Infamous Stringdusters - Jessica - Undercover, Vol. 2 (EP) - Lumenhouse Recordings

Eileen Jewell - You'll Be Mine - Down Hearted Blues - Signature Sounds

Gram Parsons (feat. Emmylou Harris) - Return of the Grievous Angel - Grievous Angel - Reprise

The Wailin' Jennys - Boulder To Birmingham - Fifteen - Red House Records

Hour Two:

Eddie Berman - Easy Rider - Before the Bridge - Nettwerk Music Group

The Steel Wheels - Milo - Leave Some Things Behind - Big Ring Records

Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys - Old Song - Ionia - Lindsay Lou Music

May Erlewine - Hurricane - Mother Lion - Earthwork Music

Josh Ritter - Train Go By - Gathering - Pytheas Recordings

Langhorne Slim - Life Is Confusing - Lost at Last Vol. 1 - Dualtone Music Group

Hurray For The Riff Raff - I Know It's Wrong (But That's Alright) - Small Town Heroes - ATO Records

Jason Isbell - Relatively Easy - Southeastern - Southeastern

Jeffrey Martin - What We're Marching Toward - One Go Around - Fluff & Gravy

Mavis Staples - Fight - Your Good Fortune (EP) - ANTI

Chastity Brown - Whisper - Silhouette of Sirens - Red House Records

The East Pointers - Pour Over - What We Leave Behind - The East Pointers

Cathie Ryan - Sheaine Bhain - Cathie Ryan - Shanachie

The Deep Dark Woods - Roll Julia - Yarrow - Six Shooters Records

Bruce Cockburn - Forty Years In The Wilderness - Bone On Bone - True North

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 10:51 AM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171102

November 3, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

{{Audio for this show is no longer available.}}

PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Tom Paxton - Bottle of Wine - The Best of Tom Paxton - Elektra

Tom Paxton - The Last Thing On My Mind - The Best of Tom Paxton - Elektra

May Erlewine - Never One Thing - Mother Lion - Earthwork Music

Joshua Davis - Nowhere Without You - The Way Back Home - Earthwork Music/Soundly

Stella! - I Suppose - Sorry, Stella - Earthwork Music

Kris Delmhorst - All the Way Around - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Kris Delmhorst - Color of the Sky - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Kris Delmhorst - Tracks In the Snow - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Kris Delmhorst - Temporary Existence - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Langhorne Slim - Old Things - Lost at Last Vol.1 - Dualtone Music Group

The East Pointers - John Wallace - What We Leave Behind - The East Pointers

Jeffrey Martin - Poor Man - One Go Around - Fluff & Gravy

Anna Tivel - Alleyway - Small Believer - Fluff & Gravy Records

Hour Two:

Bela Fleck & Abigal Washburn - Over the Divide - Echo In the Valley - Rounder Records/Concord

Bryan Sutton - Cumberland Reel - Into My Own - Sugar Hill

Dori Freeman - Cold Waves - Letters Never Read - Blue Hens Music

The Wailin' Jennys - Loves Me Like A Rock - Fifteen - Red House Records

Paul Simon - Kodachrome - There Goes Rhymin' Simon - Warner Bros.

Mile Twelve - Sunny Side of Town - Onwards - Delores the Tuarus

Kristin Andreassen - Sunny Above the Clouds - Gondolier - Yellowcar Music

Bruce Cockburn - States I'm In - Bone On Bone - True North

David Francey - High Wall - Late Edition - Laker

Go Jane Go - Somewhere Beyond the Roses - Go Jane Go - Dead Reckoning

Eilen Jewell - Nothing In Rambling - Down Hearted Blues - Signature Sounds

Memphis Minnie - Me and My Chauffeur Blues - I Ain't No Bad Girl - Portrait

The Deep Dark Woods - Fallen Leaves - Yarrow - Six Shooter Records

Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers - Always Will - The Long Awaited Album - Rounder Records

Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards - Swing & Turn (Jubilee) - California Calling - Compass Records

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 6:48 PM

Video Premiere: Ana Egge, "We Are One"

Ana Egge We Are One cover.jpgIn September of 2017, Ana Egge met up with songwriter Gary Nicholson in Nashville, TN and wrote "We Are One." They felt the need to examine those occasions whether it be eclipse or calamity, when, in wonder or distress, we come together. Especially now, at a time when our country is so divided. These are moments to be cherished, as the song states, when "you look into a stranger's eyes, and see yourself looking back" and recognize "all our differences are nothing in the face of love."


"We Are One" is available for download HERE.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 1:50 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #171026

October 27, 2017

by Linda Fahey

Folk Alley Logo - tan matte 240.jpg Each week, host Elena See collects the best in contemporary and traditional folk, Americana and roots music from the latest releases, classics, exclusive Folk Alley in-studio and live concert recordings. Two new hours each week.

{{Audio for this episode is no longer available.}}

PLAYLIST

Artist - Title - Album - Label

Hour One:

Rayna Gellert - The Cruel Mother - Old Light: Songs from My Childhood & Other Gone Worlds - StorySound Records

Rayna Gellert - The Fatal Flower Garden - Old Light: Songs from My Childhood & Other Gone Worlds - StorySound Records

Bob Weir - Ghost Towns - Blue Mountain - Columbia/Legacy

Matt The Electrician - Ghost Story - Accidental Theif - Self

Riders in the Sky - Ghost Train - Ridin' the Tweetsie Railroad - MusicWagon

Rosanne Cash - Long Black Veil - The List - Manhattan Records

Johnny Cash - Ain't No Grave - American VI: Ain't No Grave - Columbia

Lenore - Ether's Arm - Lenore - Lenore

Leonard Cohen - You Want It Darker - You Want It Darker - Sony/Columbia

Syd Barrett - Golden Hair - The Madcap Laughs - Capital

Paul Simon - The Werewolf - Stranger to Stranger - Concord Records

John Jorgenson Quintet - Ghost Dance - Ultraspontane - Self

Pat Donohue - You Haunt Me - Nobody's Fault - Bluesky Records

Shirley Collins - Cruel Lincoln - Lodestar - Domino

Hour Two:

The Jellyman's Daughter - Darling Corey - The Jellyman's Daughter - The Jellyman's Daughter

Ralph Stanley - O Death - O Brother Where Art Thou - Mercury

Tom Waits - Dead And Lovely - Real Gone - Anti

Tim O'Brien - He Had a Long Chain On - And the O'Boys - Sugar Hill

Bronwynne Brent - Devil Again - Stardust - Bronwynne Brent

Donovan - Season of the Witch - Donovan's Greatest Hits - Epic

The Incredible String Band - Witches Hat - The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter - Hannibal

Kasey Chambers - The Devil's Wheel - Dragonfly - Essence Group

Bob Brozman - Devil's Slide - Devil's Slide - Rounder

Solas - The Unquiet Grave - Sunny Spells and Scattered Showers - Shanachie

Sarah Jarosz - Shankill Butchers - Song Up In Her Head - Sugar Hill

Ben Caplan - Deliver Me - Birds With Broken Wings - Coalition Music

Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale - Vampire Girl - Buddy and Jim - New West Records

Buffy Sainte-Marie - The Vampire - Illuminations - Vangard

Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit - If We Were Vampires - The Nashville Sound - Southeastern Records

Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Elena See with assistance by Jon Nungesser. The show is available for free to stations via PRX.org or directly from WKSU via FTP for non-PRX members. The Folk Alley Radio Show is presently carried on over 50 stations nationally.

Posted by Linda Fahey at 1:24 PM

Album Review: Jeffrey Martin, 'One Go Around'

October 24, 2017

by Elena See, Folk Alley

Jeffrey Martin One Go Around 400.jpgIf you're looking for elegant sorrow, for compelling and gracious misery, for poetic sadness, then Jeffrey Martin is the musician you need.

Formerly a high school creative writing teacher, Martin puts his skills as a storyteller to very good use on One Go Around. Not surprisingly, given that history, each of his songs uses deliberate and very careful language. And those carefully constructed sentences and carefully chosen words create characters that are so alive that it's almost jarring when one song/story ends and another begins.

There's the woman he can't forget no matter how hard he tries ("Long Gone Now"), the father who's devastated and angry by what his son has experienced ("What We're Marching Toward"), and the mother unable to change, no matter how hard she tries ("October Dark"). My favorite is the heart-rending opening track, an ode to a parent's devotion to a child, "Poor Man."

With recurring images of smoking, drinking, lost dreams, and repeated failures, these songs are not uplifting. They are not cheerful. They are dark and sad and real. And that - that realness - that's what'll make you want to listen to the next story. And the next. And the next.

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'One Go Around' is out now on Fluff & Gravy Records and available at iTunes and Amazon.com

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