Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – April 7, 2013 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Close to You
Kaleidoscope
Andy Breckman
So Far So Good
Proud Dad
Gadfly
Alan Senauke
Just About Time
Everything is Broken
Sonic Zen
Lou and Peter Berryman
Why Am I Painting the Livingroom
Love is the Weirdest of All
Cornbelt Records
Grace Potter
I Shall Be Released
Love For Levon
Star Vista
Taj Mahal
Giant Step
Giant Step / The Old Folks at Home
Columbia
Kate Wolf
Like a River
Gold in California Vol. One
Kaleidoscope
Toots and the Maytals
Country Road
The Very Best of Toots and the Maytals
Music Club
Paul Simon
Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
Live in New York City
Hear Music
Dire Straits
Walk of Life
On the Night
Warner
Talk
Charlie King and Karen Brandow
If Loving You Were a Dangerous Thing
Higher Ground
Vaguely Reminiscent Records
Cris Williamson
Soulful Days
Country Blessed
Second Wave
Patty Larken
Closest Thing
Strangers World
High Street Records
Cormac McCarthy
Walking on Solid Ground
Collateral
Rakish Tilt Records
Bruce Cockburn
Lovers in a Dangerous Time
Waiting for a Miracle
True North
Disappear Fear
Moment of Glory
Disappear Fear
Philo
Muppets
Stars and Stripes Forever
NA
NA
Andrei Codrescu
The Normal Family
No Tacos for Saddam
Gang of Seven
Martin Mull
Normal
Mulling it Over
Razor and Tie
Bruce Cockburn
The Trouble With Normal
Anything Anytime Anywhere
Rounder
Laurie Anderson
The Monkey's Paw
Strange Angels
Warner Bros.
Keb' Mo'
Everybody Be Yourself
Big Wide Grin
Sony
Talk
Jody Stecher
Long Time Coming
Wonders and Signs
Vegitaboy
Talk
Ry Cooder
Poor Man's Shangri-La
Chavez Ravine
Nonesuch
Rickie Lee Jones
Woody and Dutch on the Slow Train to Peking
The Duchess of Coolsville
Rhino
Lyle Lovett
White Boy Lost In the Blues
Release Me
Lost Highway
Pops Staples
World in Motion
Peace to the Neighborhood
Virgin Records US

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