Sing Out

Sing Out – January 2, 2013 at 10:00pm



New Year's Edition:
Songs that could be
New Year's Resolutions
John McCutcheon
All God's Critters
Pete Seeger
Well May the World Go
Living Music
Arlo Guthrie
Wake Up Dead
Pete and Arlo: More Together Again in Concert
Rising Son Records
Laurie Lewis & Grant Street
Things in Life
Grant Street String Band
Flat Rock Records
Dave Bartholomew
The Monkey Speaks His Mind
Crescent City Soul (box)
Monty Python
Always Look on the Bright Side of Life
Monty Python Sings
Eva Cassidy
What a Wonderful World
Live at Blues Alley
Blix Street
Paula West w/George Mesterhazy
Nature Boy
unreleased live version of song on "Live at Jazz Standard"
City Hall Records
Guy Clark
Old Friends
Old Friends
Sugar Hill
Bob Franke
For Real
The OTher Evening in Chicago
Claudia Schmidt
You Must Believe in Spring
Big Earful
Flying Fish
Johnny Cash
Farmer's Almanac
Boom Chicka Boom
Roger Miller
You Can't Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd
King of the Road: The Genius of RM (box)
Charles Brown
Wouldn't It Be Grand
In a Grand Style
Bullseye Blues
Hank Williams (as Luke the Drifter)
Everything's Okay
Complete Hank Williams (box)
Bryan Bowers with Claudia Schmidt
Satisfied Mind
The View from Home
Flying Fish
Joe Ely
Satisfied at Last
Satisfied at Last
Rack 'em Records
Red Molly
May I Suggest
Love and Other Tragedies
Kate Wolf
Let's Get Together
An Evening in Austin
Wendy Burch Steel
If I Had Wings
Open Wings
Dragonfly Bridge Music
Wake the Dead
Fennario/Done Gone
live on Sing Out 10-28-09
engineer: Tony Ferro
Rod Stewart with Jeff Beck
People Get Ready
Storyteller (box)
Warner Bros
Nina Simone
Ain't Got No -- I Got Life (alternate version)
Forever Young, Gifted and Black
RCA Legacy
Bobby Womack
Nobody Wants You When You're Down and Out
Midnight Mover: The Bobby Womack Collection
James Brown
Every Beat of My Heart
Soul Pride: The Instrumentals
Bobby Womack
Across 110th Street
Across 110th Street (soundtrack)

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