On Air

Sunday Street playlist for 11/09/2014

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening Set
Terence MartinLost HillsLost Hills
Lynne MilesNight DriveLove Sweet Love
Richard ShindellThe Next Best WesternCourier
Set # 2
Linda ThomsonBonny BoysFamily*
Robert PlantA Stolen KissLullaby and The Ceaseless Roar*
Richard & Linda ThomspnThe Dark End of the Street(guitar, vocal)
Richard ThompsonThat's EnoughFamily*
Set # 3
Steve Tilston & Maggie BoyleSprig of ThymeOf Moor and Mesa
Steve Tilston & Maggie BoyleA Fool Such As IAll Under The Sun
PentangleI've Got A FeelingEssential Pentangle
Tim BuckleyStrange Feelin'Live at The Troubadour
Set # 4
Kami ThompsonCarefulFamily*
WinterpillsAmazing SkyAll My Lovely Goners
WinterpillsThe Wolf Is on the HillEcholalia*
Set # 5
Black 47Sam HallRise Up*
Black 47Stars and StripesRise Up*
Set # 6
Teddy ThompsonRightFamily*
Elvis PresleyMy Baby Left MeElvis 1956
Greg KihnThe Break Up Song (They Don't Write 'Em)RockihnRoll
Set # 7 - Pete Mancini and Chris Smith of Butchers Blind live in the studio
Butchers BlindThursday GirlSingle*
Butchers BlindBlack and White Dreamslive on WUSB*
Butchers BlindEnough Already Anywaylive on WUSB*
Bob Dylan and the BandOne Too Many Mornings (unreleased version)Complete Basement Tapes*

An in-studio visit from Pete Mancini and Chris Smith (of Butchers Blind) was featured on today's program along with several tracks from a forthcoming Thompson "Family" album produced by Teddy Thompson. Black 47 this week ends their twenty-five year run of performances, so we played a couple of songs from their recent album. And we noted the passing this week of Maggie Boyle and the third anniversary of the passing of Terence Martin.