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Sunday Street playlist for 09/14/2014

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening set
Robert PlantTurn It UpLullaby and the Ceaseless Roar*
Van MorrisonCaravanMoondance
Josh RitterMonster BalladsThe Animal Years
Rosanne Cash50,000 WattsThe River and the Thread*
Set # 2
Jesse WinchesterGhostsA Reasonable Amount of Trouble*
Mumford & SonsGhosts That We KnewBabel
Parsonsfield (Poor Old Shine)The Ghosts Next Door/No More Cane on the BrazosLive at Infinity Hall
Set # 3
Jesse WinchesterEvery Day I Get The BluesA Reasonable Amount of Trouble*
Iain Matthews/Matthews Southern ComfortYankee LadyOrphans and Outcasts Vol.1
Butchers BlindHighway SongPlay for the Films
Patty GriffinHighway SongAmerican Kid*
Robert PlantHouse of LoveLullaby and the Ceaseless Roar*
Set # 4: Iain Matthews phone conversation and the following songs:
Iain MatthewsWhen I Was A BoyThe Art of Obscurity*
Iain MatthewsIt'll Take a Long TimeSongs of Sandy Denny
Set # 5
Loudon Wainwright IIIBrand New DanceHaven't Got the Blues (Yet)*
Loudon Wainwright IIIHaven't Got the Blues (Yet)Haven't Got the Blues (Yet)*
Bill MorrisseyI Ain't WalkingCome Running
Mark ErelliMorrissey Falls in Love at First SightMilltowns
John PrineLiving In the FutureStorm Windows
The GreenbeansA Happy LifeThe Greenbeans*
Set # 6
Robert PlantPoor HowardLullaby and the Ceaseless Roar*
Shovels and RopeThe Devil is All AroundSwimmin' Time*
The DuhksBurnBeyond the Blue*
Old Crow Medicine ShowSweet AmarilloRemedy*
Dylan set
Iain MatthewsIt Takes a Lot to Laugh...Orphans & Outcasts Vol.1
Bob DylanMy Wife's Home TownTogether Through Life

Today's edition featured new music from some legendary performers and a phone conversation with another legendary performer. Robert Plant's new album, a new release from Loudon Wainwright III, and the last studio album from the late Jesse Winchester were highlighted. We spoke with another legend, singer/songwriter Iain Matthews, whose musical roots can be traced to his work as a founding member of Fairport Convention, but who has followed a most intriguing musical path since the heyday of Fairport. He plays The University Cafe this evening, with master guitarist Jim Fogarty accompanying him, and our friends from Butchers Blind opening. (www.universitycafe.org)