Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – October 14, 2012 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Gold in California
Kaleidoscope
The Beatles
Come Together
Abbey Road
Parlophone
Talk
Grateful Dead and Bob Dylan
Man of Peace
Postcards of the Hanging
Grateful Dead Productions
Peggy Seeger
Everyone Knows
An Odd Collection
Rounder
Randy Newman
Mr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)
Good Old Boys
Reprise
John Gorka
Road of Good Intentions
Writing in the Margins
Red House
Darrell Scott
American Tune
Modern Hymns
Appleseed
John Hiatt
Blues Can't Even Find Me
Mystic Pinball
New West
Geoff Bartley
Everything's 4 Sale
Mercy for the Dispossessed
Magic Crow
Charlie King and Karen Brandow
You Can't Buy Me
Higher Ground
Vaguely Reminiscent Music
Leonard Cohen
Democracy
More Best of...
Columbia
Talk
Roy Zimmerman
Light at the End of the Tunnel
Radio Sampler
Metaphor Records
Groucho Marx
I'm Against It
Paris Hollywood
Chanson's Actualities
Greg Brown
I Don't Want to Have a Nice Day
The Live One
Red House
Fats Waller
Your Feet's Too Big
The Very Best of Fats Waller
Collector's Choice
The Band
The Weight
The Last Waltz
Warner Bros.
Lou and Peter Berryman
Dueling Paranoias
Double Yodel
Cornbelt Records
Monty Python
I'm So Worried
Monty Python Sings
Virgin Records
Don Henley
Everybody Knows
Tower of Song
A&M Records
Bruce Cockburn
Five Fifty-One
Small Source of Comfort
True North
Charlie Varon
Visiting Professor of Pessimism
Visiting Professor of Pessimism
Charlie Varon.com
Kim and Reggie Harris with Bernice Reagon
Oh Mary Don't You Weep
Get On Board
Appleseed
Lyle Lovett
I Will Rise Up/Ain't No More Cane
It's Not Big It's Large
Curb
Talk
Paul Simon
Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
Live in New York City
Hear Music
Talk
Holly Near
One Good Song
Peace Becomes You
Calico Tracks
Ry Cooder
Three Chords and the Truth
My Name is Buddy
Nonesuch

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