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Sunday Street playlist for 08/28/2016

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening set: The "Hip"
The Tragically HipFiddler's GreenRoad Apples
The Tragically HipBobcaygeonPhantom Power
The Tragically HipAhead By A CenturyTrouble at the Henhouse
Set # 2
Richard ShindellThe Deer on the ParkwayCareless*
Brooks WilliamsSitting on Top of the WorldMy Turn Now*
Nick Lowe36 Inches HighThe Jesus of Cool
Paul SimonOne Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's FloorThere Goes Rhymin' Simon
Set # 3
Bob WeirOnly a RiverBlue Mountain*
Tom RussellMississippi River Running BackwardsBlood and Candle Smoke
Wreckless Eric & Amy RigbyThe Ballad of Easy RiderTwo-Way Family Favourites
Set # 4 - Chris J. Connolly live on WUSB
Chris J. Connolly1980'slive on WUSB*
Chris J. ConnollyHorseslive on WUSB*
Chris J. ConnollyFights at the Endlive on WUSB*
Set # 5
Richard ShindellAbbieCareless*
The Rolling StonesCountry HonkLet It Bleed
The Tragically HipBoots or HeartsUp To Here
Set # 6
Toots Thielemans/John BarryThemeMidnight Cowboy ST
Antje DuvekotChalk In The RainToward The Thunder*
Joni MitchellA Bird That WhistlesChalk Mark in a Rainstorm
Set # 7
Richard ShindellYour GuitarCareless*
Cheryl WheelerMrs. Pinocci's GuitarMrs. Pinocci's Guitar
Guy ClarkPicasso's MandolinBoats to Build
The Feinberg BrothersArkansasThe Feinberg Brothers*
Amy HelmGentling MeDidn't It Rain*
Steve ForbertTime Seemed So FreeCompromised*
Set # 8- Another "Hip" set
The Tragically HipFifty Mission CapFully Completely
The Tragically HipAt The Hundreth MeridianFully Completely
The Tragically HipIt's a Good Life If You Don't WeakenIn Violet Light
Jeff BuckleyThe Boy With The Thorn In His SideYou and I*
Eric LambertTangled Up In BlueA Bow To Bob*
Bob DylanThe Girl on the Greenbriar ShoreTell-Tale Signs

This week's edition of Sunday Street on WUSB, 90.1 fm and wusb.fm, featured several tracks from a soon-to-be-released album from Richard Shindell. We also shared some songs from Canada's The Tragically Hip, whose over thirty year career culminated in a brief tour ending with a nation-wide broadcast last Saturday evening. (Their frontman, Gord Downie, was recently diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.) Chris J. Connolly visited with us in the studio as he sets forth to record his second album and played some songs from it. And we remembered harmonica virtuoso, Toots Thielemans, who passed away on Monday at age 94.