Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – December 2, 2012 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Gold in California
Kaleidoscope
Randy Newman
I Think It's Going to Rain Today
Songbook Vol. 1
Nonesuch
Tom Waits
Emotional Weather Report
Nighthawks at the Diner
Elektra
Marc Cohn
The Rainy Season
The Rainy Season
Atlantic
Ferron
Snowin' in Brooklyn
Shadows on a Dime
Cherrywood Station
Jimmy LaFave
Buckets of Rain
Road Novel
Bohemia Beat
Cris Williamson
Waterfall
The Changer and the Changed
Wolf Moon
Willie Nelson
Both Sides Now
Both Sides Now
Sony
Bob Dylan
You Ain't Goin' Nowhere
Greatest Hits Vol. 2
Columbia
Pat Humphries
Swimming to the Other Side
Same Rain
Moving Forward Music
Talk
Tim O'Brien
Brother Can You Spare a Dime
Oh Brother, Can You Spare a Dime
Cmh
Ry Cooder
How Can a Poor Man
Live at the Vienna Opera House
NA
New Lost City Ramblers
Old Age Pension Check
Songs From the Depression
Folkways
New Lost City Ramblers
Franklin D. Roosevelt's Back Again
The Early Years
Smithsonian Folkways
Utah Phillips
The New Deal
The New Deal Now
No Guff Records
Jody Stecher
Long Time a Comin'
Wonders and Signs
Vegitiboy Records
Jody Stecher
Weasels and Snakes
Wonders and Signs
Vegitiboy Records
Talk
Les Barker
An Admission
Up the Creek Without a Poodle
Mrs. Ackroyd Records
Mary Chapin Carpenter
I Feel Lucky
Come On Come On
Columbia
Ry Cooder
I Got Mine
The Ry Cooder Anthology
Rhino
The Stanley Brothers
If I Lose
If I Lose
Starday
Sister O.M. Terrell
Gambling Man
News and the Blues
Columbia
Mark Knopfler
You Can't Beat the House
Get Lucky
Warner Bros.
Mark Knopfler
Get Lucky
Get Lucky
Warner Bros.
Cathy Fink and Marcy Marxer
It's Better Than That
A Parent's Home Companion
Rounder
Dire Straits
The Bug
On Every Street
Vertigo
Talk
The Grateful Dead
Uncle John's Band
The Greatful Dead Go to Nassau
Rhino
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Almost Home
Party Doll and Other Favorites
Columbia
Ry Cooder
I Think It's Going to Work Out Fine
Bob till You Drop
Warner Bros.

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