Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – December 30, 2012 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Gold in California
Kaleidoscope
Les Barker
Chronology
Arovertherapy
Mrs Ackroyd Records
Lou and Peter Berryman
New New Year Year
Rocky Frontier
Cornbelt
Alan Senauke
Just About Time
Everything is Broken
Sonic Zen
Arlo Guthrie
Celery Time
Precious Friend
Warner
Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer
Gentle Arms of Eden
Drum Hat Buddha
Signature Sounds
Chuck Berry
Reelin' and Rockin'
Reelin' and Rockin
Universal UK
John Hartford
Back in the Goodle Days
Aereo-Plain
Rounder
Andy Breckman
So Far So Good
Proud Dad
Gadfly
Cheryl Wheeler
Estate Sale
Circles and Arrows
Capitol
Bruce Cockburn
Tie Me at the Crossroads
Dart to the Heart
Columbia
Cheryl Wheeler
Further and Further Away
Mrs. Pinocci's Guitar
Philo
Phil Ochs
Changes
Phil Ochs in Concert
Elektra
Claudia Schmidt
Beaver Island Jubilee/For the Birds/Replenish
New Goodbyes Old Hellos
Flying Fish
Talking Heads
Once in a Lifetime
Stop Making Sense
Sire
Talk
Tuck and Patty
Time After Time
Tears of Joy
Windham Hill Jazz
Cliff Eberhardt
The Long Road
The Long Road
Windham Hill
Bruce Cockburn
Pacing the Cage
Anything Anytime Anywhere
Rounder
Kathy Mattea
33 45 78
Lonesome Standard Time
Mercury
Jackson Browne
Looking Into You
Saturate Before Using
Asylum
Garnet Rogers
Summer Lightning
Summer Lightning
Snow Goose Songs
Mark Knopfler and Emmy Lou Harris
This Is Us
All the Roadrunning
Warner
Talk
John Hyatt
Listening to Old Voices
Stolen Moments
A&M
Van Morrison
Into the Mystic
Moondance
Warner WEA
John Gorka
Riverside
Old Futures Gone
Red House
Claudia Schmidt
Old Devil Time
New Goodbyes Old Hellos
Flying Fish
Talk
Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie
Well May the World Go
Together in Concert
Rising Son
The Beatles
Your Mother Should Know
Magical Mystery Tour
EMI
Dave Alvin
These Times We're Living In
Treasures Left Behind
Red House

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