Sunday, October 9, 2011

Podcast: End of Radio #37 - Crowded in the Wings (Folk III: 1980 - 1999)



"For their third in a four part series on folk music and its many descendants, your End of Radio co-hosts Jordan Cronk and Brian Webster till the dry soil of the ‘80s and ‘90s before emerging with a playlist heavy on alt-country, somber acoustics, and era-appropriate folk-rock. Yet even in the folk diaspora of the late century, they find plenty to mull over and reflect upon fondly. "
Playlist:

0:00 – 05:37
Intro / Discussion

04:42 – 12:41
The Jayhawks – “Nevada, California”
Michael Hurley – “Tia Marie”

12:41 – 18:43
Discussion

18:43 – 25:32
Uncle Tupelo – “Acuff-Rose”
Son Volt – “Tear Stained Eyed”

25:32 – 32:25
Discussion

32:25 – 39:05
Mary Margaret O’Hara – “A New Day”
Nanci Griffith – “More Than a Whisper”

39:05 – 45:57
Discussion

45:57 – 52:01
Palace Music – “Tonight’s Decision (And Hereafter)”
Songs: Ohia – “Blue Stone”

52:01 – 59:06
Discussion

59:06 – 1:06:52
Freakwater – “Scratches on the Door”
The Old 97s – “Salome”

1:06:52 – 1:16:32
Discussion / Outro

1:16:32 – 1:21:21
Bob Dylan – “What Good Am I?”

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