Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – November 10, 2013 at 11:00am

Playlist

Playlist

Artist
Song
Album
Label
Kate Wolf
Across the Great Divide
Close to You
Kaleidoscope
Talk
Si Kahn
The Last Good War
In My Heart
Philo
Lori B
My Country
My Country
Paradox Arts
Timbuk 3
National Holiday
Edge of Allegiance
IRS
Charlie King and Karen Brandow
Homeland Uber Alles
Sparks and Tears
Vaguely Reminiscent Records
The Prince Myshkins
The Ministry of Oil
Total Myshkin Awareness
www.princemyshkins.com
The Jolly Bankers
Ways of the Gangsters
Death and Taxes
www.jollybankers.com
Richard Shindell
Waist Deep in the Big Muddy
Vuelta
Koch
Randy Newman
Song for the Dead
Trouble in Paradise
Warner Bros.
Gris Gaffney
'68
Mi Vida Loca
Hightone
Slaid Cleaves
Still Fighting the War
Still Fighting the War
Music Road
John Prine
Sam Stone
John Prine
Atlantic
Utah Phillips and Ani DiFranco
Korea
The Past Didn't Go Anywhere
Righteous Babe
James Taylor
Riding on a Railroad
James Taylor (live)
Columbia
The New Lost City Ramblers
The Battleship of Maine
The Early Years
Smithsonian / Folkways
John Prine
Take the Star Out of the Window
John Prine
Atlantic
Utah Phillips
The Violence Within
I've Got to Know
Alcazar
Phil Ochs
Is There Anybody Here
Phil Ochs in Concert
Elektra
Buddy Miller
With God on Our Side
Universal United House of Prayer
New West
Dire Straits
Brothers in Arms
On the Night
Warner Bros.
John Gorka
Where No Monument Stands
So Dark You See
Red House
Johnny Cash
Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream
Live in Madison Square Garden
Sony
Cat Stevens
Peacetrain
Cat Stevens Greatest Hits
A&M
Talk
Ida Cox with Coleman Hawkins
Wild Women Don't Get the Blues
Blues for Rampart Street
Prestige
Francine Reed
Wild Women Don't Get the Blues
Lyle Lovett Live in Texas
Curb
Miriam Makeba and Nina Simone
I Shall Be Released
Eyes on Tomorrow
Polydor
Miriam Makeba
Vukani
Eyes on Tomorrow
Polydor
Keb Mo
(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace Love and Understanding
Peace... Back By Popular Demand
Okeh /Epic

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