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Folk Alley Radio Show #170928

September 29, 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:

Phil Ochs - Outside A Small Circle of Friends - Pleasures of Harbor - A & M

Sam Amidon - My Old Friend - Bright Sunny South - Nonesuch

Molly Tuttle - Friend and a Friend - Rise (EP) - Molly Tuttle Music

The Wailin' Jennys - Wildflowers - Fifteen - Red House Records

Mudcrutch - I Forgive It All - 2 - Reprise Records

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

Susan Werner - Stray Dogs - An American in Havana - Susan Werner

Buena Vista Social Club (Ibrahim Ferrer) - De Camino a La Vereda - Buena Vista Social Club - Nonesuch

Ben Sollee - Pieces of You - Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native - Soundly Music

Elephant Revival - The Pasture - These Changing Skies - Itz Evolving Records

Carolina Chocolate Drops - Hit 'Em Up Style - Genuine Negro Jig - Nonesuch

David Rawlings - Good God A Woman - Poor David's Almanack - Acony Records

Old Crow Medicine Show - I Want You (live) - 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde - Columbia

Hour Two:

Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards - Stockholm - California Calling - Compass Records

Rob Lutes - Spence - Walk in the Dark - Lucky Bear Records

North Mississippi Allstars (compilation) - Freight Train To Nowhere - Treasure of the Broken Land: the Songs of Mark Heard - Storm Weathered Records

David Ramirez - People Call Who They Want To Talk To - We're Not Going Anywhere - Sweetworld/Thirty Tigers

Doc Watson & David Holt - Telephone Girl - Legacy - Highwindy

Hiss Golden Messenger - Harder Rain - Hallelujah Anyhow - Merge Records

Tift Merritt - Traveling Alone - Traveling Companion - Yep Roc Records

Iron & Wine - Bitter Truth - Beast Epic - Sub Pop Records

Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop - Midas Tongue - Love Letter for Fire - Sub Pop

Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers - On the Water - The Long Awaited Album - Rounder Records

Karan Casey - Mother Earth's Revenge - Chasing The Sun - Shanachie

Kris Delmhorst - Rules to Games - The Wild - Blueblade Records

Lenore - Dig - Lenore - Lenore

Blind Pilot - Like Lions - And Then Like Lions - ATO


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 3:12 PM

Album Review: Lenore., 'Lenore.'

September 27, 2017

by Elena See, Folk Alley

Lenore.jpgWhat's the sound of a second chance?

Lenore.

The brainchild of Rebecca Marie Miller and Joy Pearson
, Lenore. is a band that believes in second chances. Miller and Pearson were on the cusp of giving up their respective musical dreams when they met by chance at a Pokey LaFarge show in Portland, Oregon. It only took a few short hours for the pair to realize it was musical kismet that brought them together. Eventually, they joined forces with Edward Cameron (guitar) and Jessie Dettwiler (cello), and a new, harmony-driven, "witch-folk" quartet was born.

The opening track on Lenore.'s self-titled debut album, "Ether's Arms," sets the tone for the whole thing. Running away, finding solace somewhere else (sometimes with someONE else), and trying to fight your own demons so you can start living your life ("Heavy Eyes") - these are things that Lenore. clearly understands.

In addition, the duo shares a plea for help and guidance in "Heart So Heavy," and shows a quiet strength and determination in "The Sun," underscored with a beautiful acoustic guitar line.

The technical precision of that guitar, the lush cello that Dettwiler provides, and the melancholy, message-heavy songwriting provide the basis for the band's real strength: Miller and Pearson's unusual and evocative harmonies, created by two voices that are a delicious blend of difference that somehow fits together.

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'Lenore.' is available now at iTunes and Lenore.'s website.


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Posted by Linda Fahey at 12:48 PM

NPR Music Tiny Desk - Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers

September 25, 2017

by Robin Hilton, NPR

It's hard to think of an artist who's brought more joy to more people, across more generations -- and in more ways -- than Steve Martin. In the 1970s, he won the hearts of young children for his playful appearances with The Muppets while simultaneously charming legions of older fans with his subversive standup routines. Later, as an actor, he wrote and starred in some of the most memorable comedies (and a few dramas) of all time, while writing books, plays and even a Broadway musical.

Throughout his 50-year career, one constant in Steve Martin's life has been the banjo. It was a staple of his early standup shows and even fans who only wanted to laugh couldn't help but marvel at his playing. Over the years, he's continued to perform and record with country and bluegrass luminaries like Earl Scruggs, Dolly Parton, Vince Gill and others.

These days Martin is working on music full-time. He's just released a stellar bluegrass album he recorded with The Steep Canyon Rangers called (perfectly) The Long-Awaited Album, a record filled with often hilarious story songs and world-class performances.

Martin's set with The Steep Canyon Rangers at the Tiny Desk was at times thrilling, particularly his opening solo for the song "So Familiar." But it was also playful, comical and a joy to witness. At the end of the typical three-song performance, the group graciously decided to do one more called "Caroline," a hilarious, first-person account of how not to handle a breakup.


Set List

"So Familiar"
"All Night Long"
"On The Water"
"Caroline"

MUSICIANS

Steve Martin (banjo, vocals), Woody Platt (guitar, vocals), Mike Ashworth (percussion), Mike Guggino (mandolin), Charles Humphrey (bass), Graham Sharp (banjo, vocals), Nicky Sanders (fiddle)

CREDITS

Producers: Robin Hilton, Morgan Noelle Smith; Creative Director: Bob Boilen; Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin; Videographers: Morgan Noelle Smith, Niki Walker, Bronson Arcuri, Alyse Young; Production Assistant: Beck Harlan; Photo: Christina Ascani/NPR.

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Posted by Linda Fahey at 4:54 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #170921

September 21, 2017

by Linda Fahey

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PLAYLIST

(Artist - Title - Album - Label)

Hour One:

Amanda Shires - The Way It Dimmed - My Piece of Land - Silver Knife Records

Rodney Crowell - It Ain't Over Yet (feat. Rosanne Cash & John Paul White) - Close Ties - New West Records

John Prine - Just Waitin' - For Better, Or Worse - Oh Boy/Thirty Tigers

Iris Dement - Sing the Delta - Sing the Delta - Flariella Records

Van Morrison - Keep Me Singing - Keep Me Singing - Caroline International

Dori Freeman - If I Could Make You My Own - Letters Never Read - Blue Hens Music

Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones - Only Fooling - Little Windows - Cooking Vinyl

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

Girlyman - Caroline - Supernova - Fine Feathered Music

Old Crow Medicine Show - Caroline - Tennessee Pusher - Nettwerk (2008)

Josh Ritter - Showboat - Gathering - Pytheas Recordings

Ani DiFranco - Heartbreak Even - Revelling-Reckoning - Righteous Babe

Kris Delmhorst - Foolish Blood - The Wild - Blueblade Records

Jenny Scheinman - Bent Nail - The Littlest Prisoner - Sony Masterworks

Willie Watson - Gallows Pole - Folksinger Vol. 2 - Acony Records

Hour Two:

David Ramirez - Watching from a Distance - We're Not Going Anywhere - Sweetworld/Thirty Tigers

Peter Lang - Going Down the China Road - The Thing at Nursery Room Window - Takoma

Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton - Make it Up To Me - Wildflower Blues - Cinquefoil Records

Susan Werner - 1955 Chevy Bel Air - An American in Havana - Susan Werner

The Carper Family - My Old Chevy Van - Old-Fashioned Gal - The Carper Family

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams - Slidin' Delta - Contraband Love - Red House Records

Shawn Colvin - Hold On - Uncovered - Fantasy/Concord Music

Rob Lutes - Walk in the Dark - Walk in the Dark - Lucky Bear Records

Lenore - The Sun - Lenore - Lenore

Chris Hillman - Here She Comes Again - Bidin' My Time - Rounder Records/Concord

Roger McGuinn - Mr. Spaceman - Live From Mars - Hollywood

The Byrds - Ballard of Easy Rider (live) - There Is a Season - Columbia/Legacy

Yola Carter - Fly Away - Orphan Offering (EP) - Yola Carter/ Ear Trumpet

Paula Cole - Farewell, My Friends - Ballards - 675 Records


Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Jon Nungesser, and hosted by Elena See. 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 6:46 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #170914

September 15, 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 Lonely Heartstring band - Graceland - Deep Waters - Rounder Records

Jerry Douglas - Time Gone By - Under The Wire - Sugar Hill

Yola Carter - Home - Orphan Offering (EP) - Yola Carter/ Ear Trumpet

Mandolin Orange - Little Words - Such Jubilee - Yep Roc Records

Rachel Baiman - Take A Stand - Shame - Free Dirt

The Stray Birds - Loretta - Echo Sessions (EP) - The Stray Birds

Jolie Holland & Samantha Parton - You Are Not Needed Now - Wildflower Blues - Cinquefoil Records

Townes Van Zandt - White Freight Liner Blues - Sunshine Boy: The Unheard Studio Sessions & Demos 1971-1972 - Omnivore Records

Chris Hillman - Bells of Rhymney - Bidin' My Time - Rounder Records

Chris Hillman - Given All I Can See - Bidin' My Time - Rounder Records

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams - Contraband Love - Contraband Love - Red House Records

John, Jonathan, Nathan McEuen - Dinner! - The McEuen Sessions: For All The Good - Mesa/Bluemoon

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Love Will Find A Way - Acoustic - Capitol

Sean Rowe - Madman - Madman

Cory Chisel & Adriel Denae - Tell Me True - Tell Me True - Refuge Foundation for the

Hour Two:

Willie Watson - Dry Bones - Folksinger Vol. 2 - Acony Records

O'Connor Band with Mark O'Connor - Emily's Reel (live) - Live - OMAC Records

Dave Alvin - Delia - Public Domain - Hightone

Kris Delmhorst - All the Way Around - The Wild - Blueblade Records

Jeffrey Foucault & Kris Delmhorst - Left This Town (in-studio) - Folk Alley Exclusive - Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival - Folk Alley Exclusive

Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog - Hound Dog: The Peacock Recordings - Universal Music Group

Paul Geremia - Stray Dog Shuffle - Love My Stuff - Red House Records, Inc.

Charlie Parr - Dog - Dog - Red House Records

Josh Ritter - Feels Like Lightning - Gathering - Pytheas Recordings

Josh Ritter - When Will I Be Changed (feat. Bob Weir) - Gathering - Pytheas Recordings

Radney Foster - For You To See the Stars - For You To See the Stars - Devil's River Records

Neko Case, kd lang and Laura Veirs - Georgia Stars - case/lang/veirs - Anti/Epithaph

John Fullbright - Happy - Songs - Blue Dirt Records

Chris Thile - Faith River - Leading Off - Sugar Hill

Shelby Lynne & Allison Moorer - I'm Looking For Blue Eyes - Not Dark Yet - Silver Cross Records


Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Jon Nungesser, and hosted by Elena See. 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 3:00 PM

Hear It First: Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams, 'Contraband Love'

September 11, 2017

by Elena See, Folk Alley

Campbell Williams Contraband Love.jpgWhether you're in desperate need for a bluesy break-up album that'll finally kick out those tears you've been trying to shed, or you're ready for a collection of tunes that'll get you revved up for a weekend at your local dive bar, Contraband Love, the latest effort from the Americana power couple that is Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, is just the thing.

There's anger and revenge ("It Ain't Gonna Be a Good Night"), sadness and confusion over why a lover has gone away ("My Sweetie Went Away"), and a deep understanding - and the peace that comes with it - that you can't control or fix anyone other than yourself ("Contraband Love").

The duo's trademark vocal harmonies are in fine form on Contraband Love: rather than a careful melding of two very different voices, theirs is a crash of sound that, more often than not, works to effectively convey some hard-learned life lessons.

As Williams powerfully belts out thoughtful words of love and loss ("The Other Side of Pain," for example), Campbell's grit-filled waver searches (and usually finds) the harmonic counterpoint. The result of this less-than-slick production is undeniably human; it's the sound of two voices who've been around the block a few times and who are very, very comfortable with their capabilities.

And, speaking of musical capabilities, the husband-wife duo worked for years as supporting musicians for Levon Helm. He shows up on the album, too - check out a cover of the Carl Perkins' tune "Turn Around" for the drum sounds captured at one of Helm's last recording sessions.

Campbell and Williams are at their most effective when they're just letting the music happen. The laidback and mellow groove of "The Wishing Well" and "Slidin Delta" makes you want to keep listening - they're storytellers, really, more than anything else. And good ones, at that.

At other times, however, their voices seem almost forced in their intensity ("Three Days in a Row"). Though - maybe that's the point. The themes of addiction, loss, anxiety and resolution ARE certainly intense, after all. And those themes are themes the duo explores in Contraband Love, although, as Campbell said in a recent interview, it wasn't a conscious decision to write songs around these themes...it just kind of happened.

What didn't just happen is the duo's shared love of music south of the Mason-Dixon line. And you hear that love - and respect - for the music shining through on each track of Contraband Love.

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'Contraband Love' is out on September 15 via Red House Records and is available for pre-order at iTunes, Amazon.com, and Red House Records.

Upcoming tour dates

Posted by Linda Fahey at 11:48 AM

Hear It First: Willie Watson, 'Folksinger Vol. 2'

by Kelly McCartney (@theKELword) for FolkAlley.com

Willie Watson Folksinger Vol 2 Folk Alley.jpgIt's been six years since Willie Watson left Old Crow Medicine Show, the massively popular string band he helped form. And it's been three years since he release Folksinger Vol. 1. But he's back now with Folksinger Vol. 2. Produced by David Rawlings, the set of traditional folk tunes is as sparse and special as the other releases that come through Acony Records, beautifully fulfilling its torch-passing purpose.

Watson culled a batch of songs once sung by the likes of Lead Belly, the Grateful Dead, Furry Lewis, and others. The album's opener -- and first single -- Reverend Gary Davis's "Samson and Delilah" features the Fairfield Four, but it's the second track, "Gallows Pole," that delivers a true gut punch. A woodwind ensemble paints the cut's captivating backdrop as Watson's vibrato lilts and lulls its way through the heartrending tale. On the very next song, "When My Baby Left Me," he bends toward the blues and leans into the creaks and squeaks of his acoustic slide guitar. Then, out comes a banjo for "Dry Bones" to round out the full folk repertoire.

Across the album, Watson puts his spin on railroad tunes, minstrel songs, English traditionals, and work songs, bringing each one forward to a new generation with the help of Gillian Welch, Morgan Jahnig, and Paul Kowert. In addition to being a time capsule for fans in the here and now, Folksinger Vol. 2 may well be an entry point to the past for some young, aspiring folkie.

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'Folksinger Vol 2. is out on September 15 via Acony Records and is available for pre-order at iTunes and Amazon.com.

Upcoming tour dates

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Posted by Linda Fahey at 11:08 AM

Folk Alley Radio Show #170907

September 8, 2017

by Linda Fahey

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PLAYLIST

(Artist - Title - Album - Label)

Hour One:

Hayes Carll - Sake of the Song - Lovers and Leavers - Hwy 87 Records

Hayes Carll - Chances Are (in-studio) - Folk Alley Exclusive - Live from the 30A Songwriters Festival - Folk Alley Exclusive

Charlie Parr - I Ain't Dead Yet - Dog - Red House Records

Dock Boggs (compilation) - Bright Sunny South - Classic Banjo - Smithsonian Folkways

Twisted Pines - I Miss Talking - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Twisted Pines - Easton - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Twisted Pines - 21 and Rising - Folk Alley Sessions - Folk Alley Exclusive

Randy Newman - Sonny Boy - Dark Matter - Nonesuch Records

Muddy Waters - Good Morning Little School Girl - Folk Singer - MCA/Chess

Emily Saliers - Poethearted - Murmuration Nation - MRI

Indigo Girls - World Falls - Nomads, Indians, Saints - Epic

Hour Two:

David Rawlings - Midnight Train - Poor David's Almanack - Acony Records

Ben Sollee - The Hold Out/ Speed Breaker - Ben Sollee and Kentucky Native - Soundly Music

John Prine - Illegal Smile - Great Days: The John Prine Anthology - Rhino Records

Yola Carter - What You Do - Orphan Offering (EP) - Yola Carter/Ear Trumpet

Birds of Chicago - Barley - Real Midnight - Five Head Entertainment

Willie Watson - On the Road Again - Folksinger Vol. 2 - Acony Records

Natalie Merchant (Fairfield Four) - The Peppery Man - Leave Your Sleep - Nonesuch

Slaid Cleaves - So Good To Me - Ghost On the Car Radio - Candy House Media

Ray Wylie Hubbard - God Looked Around - Tell the Devil I'm Getting There As Fast As I Can - Bordello Records/Thirty

Jimmy LaFave - Never Came Back To Memphis - The Night Tribe - Music Road Records

Little Mae - Wash Me Clean - Forever and Then Some - Third Man Records

The Lonely Heartstring Band - Big Bruce - Deep Waters - Rounder Records/Concord

Jayme Stone - Susan Anna Gal - Jayme Stone's Lomax Project - Borealis

Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams - The Other Side of Pain - Contraband love - Red House Records

Amy Helm - Spend Our Last Dime - Didn't It Rain - Entertainment One Music


Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Jon Nungesser, and hosted by Elena See. 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 7:03 PM

Folk Alley Radio Show #170831

September 2, 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:

Laurie Lewis & The Right Hands (feat. Alice Gerrard) - Working Girl Blues - The Hazel and Alice Sessions - Spruce and Maple Music

Valerie June - Workin' Woman Blues - Pushin' Against a Stone - Sunday Best Recordings

The Devil Makes Three - Working Man's Blues - Do Wrong Right - Milan Records

The Band - King Harvest (Has Surely Come) - The Band - Capitol

Bonfield & Ebel - Ella's Labor Day Blues - Kadotume - ILM

Hard Working Americans - Mr. President Have Pity On the Working Man - Hard Working Americans - Melvin Records/Thirty

Miss Tess & The Talkbacks - Little Lola (in-studio) - Folk Alley Sessions Exclusive - Folk Alley Exclusive

Miss Tess & The Talkbacks - Ride That Train (in-studio) - Folk Alley Sessions Exclusive - Folk Alley Exclusive

Miss Tess & The Talkbacks - It's So Easy To Tell (in-studio) - Folk Alley Sessions Exclusive - Folk Alley Exclusive

Richard Shindell - Atlas Choking - Careless - Amalgamated Balladry

Richard Shindell - The Deer On The Parkway - Careless - Amalgamated Balladry

Courtney Marie Andrews - How Quickly Your Heart Melts - Honest Life - Mama Bird Recording Co.

Carolina Chocolate Drops - Kerr's Negro Jig - Leaving Eden - Nonesuch records

Anna & Elizabeth - Sun To Sun - Sun To Sun - Free Dirt Records

Hour Two:

Frazey Ford - September Fields - Indian Ocean - Nettwerk Records

Pharis & Jason Romero - Old September - A Wanderer I'll Stay - Lula Records

Rosanne Cash & Johnny Cash - September When It Comes - Rules of Travel - Capitol

John McEuen (feat. David Bromberg) - Excitable Boy - Made in Brooklyn - Chesky Records

Christine Albert - Keep Me In Your Heart - Everything's Beautiful Now - Moon House Records

John Paul White - Black Leaf - Beulah - Single Lock

John Paul White - The Martyr - Beulah - Single Lock

The Earls of Leicester - The Girl I Love Don't Pay Me No Mind - Rattle & Roar - Rounder

Guy Clark (Shawn Camp) (live) - Sis Draper - Songs and Stories - Dualtone

Shawn Camp & Billy Burnette - That's All Right Mama - Bluegrass Elvises Vol. 1 - Amer. Roots

We Banjo 3 - Trying To Love - String Theory - We Banjo 3

Lisa Hannigan - Undertow - At Swim - ATO

Blackie & The Rodeo Kings - Summertime's Over - South - File Under: Music

Alison Brown - The Sound of Summer Running - Stolen Moments - Compass

Bill Morrissey - Summer Night - Standing Eight - Rounder


Folk Alley's weekly, syndicated radio show is produced by Linda Fahey and Jon Nungesser, and hosted by Elena See. 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.

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