Sunday Street playlist for 09/02/2018

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening set
Lou ReedSeptember SongLost In The Stars
Bob DylanSeptember of My YearsTriplicate
Rosanne Cash & Johnny CashSeptember When It CoMESRules of Travel
Set # 2 : For Labor Day
The Rolling StonesSalt of the EarthBeggar's Banquet
Joe JencksHandsPoets, Philosophers, Workers & Wanderers*
John GorkaBraceroWhat's That I Hear?
Phil OchsLinks On The ChainI Ain't Marchin' Anymore
Set # 3
Sarah McQuaidIf We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get DangerousIf We Dig Any Deeper It Could Get Dangerous*
Richard & Linda ThompsonShoot Out The LightsShoot Out The Lights
Martin SimpsonI Can't Keep From CryingEssential Collection
Set # 4
The LYNNeSHeavy LiftingHeartbreak Song For The Radio*
Buddy & Julie MillerKeep Your DistanceBuddy & Julie Miller
Larry Campbell & Teresa WilliamsThe Other Side of PainContraband Love*
Set # 5
The Brother BrothersColoradoSome People I Know*
The Brother BrothersRed and GoldSome People I Know*
Simon & GarfunkelBleecker Street (demo)Old Friends
The End of AmericaFightersThe End of America
Amilia K SpicerFill Me UpWow and Flutter*
Set # 6
Asleep at The WheelPencil Full of LeadNew Routes*
Asleep at The WheelChoo Choo Ch BoogieAsleep at the Wheel
Louis Jordan & His Tympani FiveAin't Nobody Here But Us ChickensGreatest Hits
Joe JacksonJumpin JiveJumpin Jive
Ella FitzgeraldVote For Mr. RhythmThe Early Years Part I
The KennedysHe Ain't Got RhythmRhapsody in Uke
Willie NelsonI Got RhythmSummertime
Asleep At The WheelWillie Got There FirstNew Routes*
Set # 7
Asleep At The WheelDublin BluesNew Routes*
Guy ClarkHank Williams Said It BestDublin Blues
Tom RussellThe Last Time I Saw HankFolk Hotel*
Loudon Wainwright IIHank and FredHere Come The Choppers
Loudon Wainright IIIUnrequited to the Nth DegreeYears In The Making*
Set # 8 - For Labor Day II
The Flying PickettsFactoryLost Boys
Stan RogersThe White Collar HollerBetween The Breaks...Live!
Sam CookeChain GangGreatest Hits
The Paul Butterfield Blues BandWork SongEast/West
Big Brass BedMaggie's FarmDylan Jam + two
Bob DylanWorkingman's Blues No.2Modern Times