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Sunday Street playlist for 12/29/2013

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening Set
Herdman, Hills and MangsenAt the Turning of the YearAt The Turning of the Year
Richard and Linda ThompsonWe Sing HallelujahI Want to See the Bright Lights Tonight
Black 47New Year's in Olde Tymes Square(mp3 from forthcoming album, Last Call)*
Set # 2
Tim GrimmKing of the FolksingersThe Turning Point*
Rambling' Jack Elliott & Tom RussellThe Sky Above, the Mud BelowThe Long Ride
Poor Old ShineThe Hurry All AroundPoor Old Shine*
The Lone BelowYou Can Be All Kinds of EmotionalThe Lone Below*
Set # 3
Lynn MilesMy RoadDownpour*
Patty LarkinIt Could Be WorseStill Green*
Patty GriffinGo Wherever You Wanna GoAmerican Kid*
Set # 4
Brother SunPushing StonesSome Part of the Truth*
Guy DavisBlack CoffeeJuba Dance*
Toby WalkerRoaches and BedbugsWhat You See is What You Get*
Hans TheessinkEarly This Morning BluesWishing Well*
Brooks WilliamsCarry OnNew Everything*
Set # 5
Bryan FerryLove is the DrugThe Jazz Age*
Aaron NevilleGypsy WomanMy True Story*
The James Hunter SixThe GypsyMinute By Minute*
Set # 6
Butchers BlindBurn Up Bright (Lower East Side)Destination Blues*
Willie NileSunrise in New York CityAmerican Ride*
James MaddockBetter On My OwnAnother Life*
Set # 7
Oscar IsaacHang me, Oh Hang MeInside Llewyn Davis*
The Milk Carton KidsThe Ash & The ClayThe Ash & The Clay*
Lily & MadeleineThe Devil We KnowLily & Madeleine*
Lord HuronEnd of the EarthLonesome Dreams*
Bob DylanNew MorningAnother Self Portrait*

Today's "turning of the year" edition of Sunday Street was devoted to some of the outstanding releases of the past year. We could have easily played several hours more but touched on as many of them as we could during the program. We'll be likely to play some more of them on next Sunday's program. Steve Matteo, who writes about popular music for Long Island Pulse, joined us to discuss the past year in music and share a number of his favorites. Today's program also looked towards 2014 with a fine new release from Tim Grimm slated to appear this week.