Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – October 21, 2012 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Gold in California
Kaleidoscope
Talk
Becky Hobbs
Mama Was a Working Man
All Keyed Up
RCA
Utah Phillips
Lawrence
Fellow Workers
Righteous Babe
Utah Phillips
Bread and Roses
Fellow Workers
Righteous Babe
Judy Collins
Bread and Roses
Bread and Roses
Collector's Choice
Sweet Honey in the Rock
Oughta Be a Woman
Selections 1976-1988
Flying Fish
Indigo Girls
Shame on You
Shaming of the Sun
Epic
Peggy Seeger
I'm Gonna Be An Engineer
Three Score and Ten
Appleseed
Dolly Parton
9-5
Live From London
Dolly Records
Rebel Voices
Hospital Workers
Caution: Women at Work
Revellie
Judy Collins and Pete Seeger
Union Maid
A Tribute to Woody Guthrie
Warner
Talk
Lou and Peter Berryman
Acme Forgetting Service
Love is the Weirdest of All
Cornbelt
Roy Zimmerman
Vote Republican
You're Getting Sleepy
Metaphor
The Prince Myshkins
I Don't Remember
Total Myshkin Awareness
www.princemyshkins.com
John McCutcheon
The Young Ones Don't Remember
Gonna Rise Again
Rounder
Talk
Bruce Springsteen
Cadillac Ranch
Live 1975-1985
Columbia
Ry Cooder and David Lindley
Mercury Blues
Live at the Vienna Opera House
NA
Natalie Cole
Pink Cadillac
Greatest Hits Vol 1
Elektra
Carrie Rodriguez and Chip Taylor
Maybelline
Live from the Ruhr Triennale
MRI Associated
Bill Morrissey
Car and Driver
Standing Eight
Philo
Lou and Peter Berryman
The Speculator
Love is the Weirdest of All
Cornbelt
Uncle Dave Macon
From Earth To Heaven
Uncle Dave Macon
Smithsonian Folkways
Talk
Bobby McFerrin
Don't Worry, Be Happy
Don't Worry Be Happy
EMI Specialty
Eric Idle
Always Look at the Bright Side of Life
Eric Idle Sings Monty Python
Restless
Lou and Peter Berryman
John Ed Hammet
What Again?!
Cornbelt
Leo Reisman
Happy Days are Here Again
Nipper's Greatest Hits
RCA
Brian Joseph
We're Gonna Laugh
We're Gonna Laugh
Frog Songs
Robert Earl Keen
Feels So Good Feeling Good Again
Walking Distance
Arista
The Beatles
Here Comes the Sun
Abbey Road
Parlophone
Talk

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