Across the Great Divide

Across the Great Divide – April 5, 2015

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This week, songs about Indiana and Arkansas, Passover and Easter,  Coming to town are Tom Paxton, Janis Ian, and Arlo Guthrie.  Plus, we’ll hear a couple of Anglo-American Folk Ballads that the late Richard O. Moore might have played back in April 1949 when he with others were there for the start of KPFA.  Hosted by Kevin Vance.


Kate WolfAcross The Great DivideWeaver Of VisionsRhino
Peter Paul & MaryIt's RainingPeter Paul & MaryWarner Bros
Scott Miller and The CommonwealthSin In IndianaFor Crying Out Loud2009
Richard ShindellOne Man's ArkansasNot Far Now
FlirtationsSomething Inside So StrongOut On The Road
FerronHarmless LoveNot A Still LifeCherrywood Station
Paul RobesonGo Down MosesSong For AmericansVanguard
Richard ThompsonPharaohAmnesiaCapitol
Judith Kate FriedmanTribesCount Me InPatience & Adventure Musicworks
Kim & Reggie Harris & Rabbi Jonathan KliglerHa Lachma Anya (this Is The Bread Of OppressionLet My People Go! A Jewish & African American Celebration Of FreedomAppleseed
VocolotI Have A Million NightingalesThree Songs For Israeli Palestinian Peace
Laura LoveYou Aint Got No Easter ClothesYou Aint Got No Easter Clothes
Dar Williams with Richard Shindell and Lucy KaplanskyThe Ballad of Mary MagdelenCry Cry CryRazor & Tie
Roy BaileyStand Up For JudasLeon Rosselson The World Turned Upside DownPM Press
Ben HarperI'll RiseWelcome To The Cruel WorldVirgin
OdettaAin't No Grave Can Hold My Body DownThe Essential OdettaVanguard
Steve EarleJerusalemJerusalemE Squared
Pete SeegerRamblin' Boy / What Did You Learn In School TodayWe Shall OvercomeColumbia
Janis IanThis Train Still RunsThe Essential Janis IanColumbia Legacy
Tom PaxtonI Am Changing My Name to ChryslerLive At McCabe's Guitar Shop2006
Tom PaxtonGeorge W. Told The NationShort Shelf Life Songs2006
Janis IanFolk Is The New BlackFolk Is The New BlackCooking Vinyl Rude Girl
Arlo GuthrieHobo's LullabyKoch / Rising Son
John Jacob NilesThe Maid Freed From The GallowsFolk Song AmericaSmithsonian Collection
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