Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – March 23, 2014 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Close to You
Kaleidoscope
Talk
Laurie Lewis
Manzanar
Seeing Things
Rounder
Talk
Eliza Gilkyson
Highway 9
Land of Milk and Honey
Red House
Jackson Browne
Soldier of Plenty
Lives in the Balance
Asylum
The Prince Myshkins
Ministry of Oil
Total Myshkin Awareness
princemyshkins.com
The Waifs
Lies
A Brief History
Jarrah
Bright Morning Star
Medley
Live in the US
Vaguely Reminiscent Sounds
Les Barker
The Civilized World
The War on Terrier
Mrs. Ackroyd
Bob Dylan
License to Kill
Infidels
Columbia
Lori B
My Country
Shadows of Love
Deeply Nourishing Music
Pink Floyd
Get Your Filthy Hands Off My Desert
The Final Cut
Parlophone
Pink Floyd
The Fletcher Memorial Home
The Final Cut
Parlophone
Buddy Miller
1000 Little Bombs
Poison Love
Hightone
Charlie King and Karen Brandow
Who's Next at the Gallows
Higher Ground
Vaguely Reminiscent Sounds
Mose Allison
Everybody's Crying Mercy
The Best of Mose Allison
Rhino / Atlantic
John Gorka
War Makes War
Old Futures Gone
Red House
Gil Scott-Heron
Work for Peace
Spirits
TVT
John Gorka
Where No Monument Stands
So Dark You See
Red House
Keb' Mo'
What's So Funny About Peace Love and Understanding
Peace - Back By Popular Demand
Okeh
Cat Stevens
Peace Train
Cat Stevens Greatest Hits
A&M
Talk
Roy Zimmerman
Jerry Falwell's God
Homeland
Metaphor
Butterbeans and Susie
Adam and Eve
Butterbeans and Susie
Document Records
Monty Python
The Galaxy Song
Monty Python Sings
Virgin Records America
Tom Lehrer
The Elements
And Evening Wasted
Reprise
Dave Carter and Tracy Grammer
Gentle Arms of Eden
Drum Hat Buddha
Signature Sounds
John Mellencamp
Golden Gates
Uh-Huh
Island / Mercury
Talk
Lou and Peter Berryman
Why Am I Painting the Living Room?
Love is the Strangest of All
Cornbelt
Greg Brown
Spring Wind
The Live One
Red House
Holly Near
Sky Dances
Sky Dances
Redwood Records

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